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Month: October 2016

Last month, a devastating security flaw was found in iOS. The flaw that was discovered was a chained trio of zero day exploits that, if executed in the proper order, would allow a hacker to take total control over your iPhone. They would literally have unfettered access. Apple was quick to issue a patch for

The development of USB-C cables has generated quite a lot of excitement in the industry – even more now that there are standards in place to prevent faulty cables from being sold. This had been an issue in months past, where shoddily-made USB-C cables didn’t handle or monitor the throughput of power properly, resulting in

HP, a giant in the printer industry, is looking for new ways to grow its business. As hardware companies have been seeing a steady erosion of revenue, HP isn’t taking it lying down. In response, the company has finalized an agreement to acquire Samsung’s printer division, which will give it a complete line of printers

Thousands of publicly accessible FTP servers, including a number from Seagate network-attached storage devices, have been found on the internet that have been broken into, corrupted and are currently hosting cryptocurrency-mining malware. This is according to the latest report released by security researchers from Sophos. The research team made the discovery when they were tracking

Some, perhaps even many, people might think that it would be hard to improve on the iPhone. After all, Apple’s flagship product has sold more than a billion units, so people clearly like it, but Apple has done just that. The new phone is a wonder of both technology and design. Here’s what you can

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