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Qualcomm’s next Snapdragon promises always-on smartphone cameras
Qualcomm’s next Snapdragon promises always-on smartphone cameras
Mark Hachman
pcworld
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Android Malware Apps Get Extra Crafty and Net Over 300,000 Installs
The dropper apps disguised themselves as PDF and QR code scanners, as well as fitness apps.
Mark Knapp
pcmag
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AWS wants to get your mainframe apps into the cloud – fast
AWS Migration Acceleration Program for Mainframe aims to get customers off of the Big Iron "as fast as they possibly can"
Michael Cooney
networkworld
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Online spending on Black Friday decreased for the very first time
Online shoppers spent $8.9 billion this year
Emma Roth
theverge
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Jack reportedly stepping down from Twitter CEO role
Jack reportedly stepping down from Twitter CEO role
Alex Wilhelm, Amanda Silberling
techcrunch
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The Best Cyber Monday 2021 Security, IT, VPN, & Antivirus Deals
Cyber Monday is here and there are great deals available for computer security.
BleepingComputer Deals
bleepingcomputer
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What the Future of Programming Languages Looks Like
Developers have been using programming languages for decades to build ingenious new tools and streamline the coding process.
Nate Nead
readwrite
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How to record audio files in Windows 10
Getting started is very easy.
Alaina Yee
pcworld
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Over nine million Android devices infected by info-stealing trojan
A large-scale malware campaign on Huawei`s AppGallery has led to approximately 9,300,000 installs of Android trojans.
Bill Toulas
bleepingcomputer
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Facebook Messenger and Instagram may not get default end-to-end encryption until 2023
The cause of the delay has to do with user safety
Emma Roth
theverge
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UK will require new homes to have EV chargers starting in 2022
Electric vehicle (EV) charging stations will be required for all new homes and businesses in the UK
Steve Dent
techcrunch
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Some Tesla owners unable to unlock cars due to server errors
Some Tesla owners worldwide are unable to unlock or communicate with their cars using the app due to an outage of the company`s servers.
Lawrence Abrams
bleepingcomputer
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Zuckerberg`s Haptic Glove Is Based Off Copied Tech, Company Claims
A VR-robotics company called HaptX accuses Meta of copying its patented technology
Michael Kan
pcmag
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Ford and GM are getting into chip development to help deal with the shortage
Ford announced a new deal with chipmaker GlobalFoundries today
Jasmine Hicks
theverge
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Windows 10 Privacy Fix – 6 Tools and 4 Ways to Prevent It from Spying on You.
Windows 10 is a great operating system, but being honest it’s not really the most “privacy-conscious” one.
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deepwebsiteslinks
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NFT MAKERS ARE TRYING TO BUILD THE NEXT DISNEY
There’s a long way to go
Adi Robertson
theverge
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Apple will sell you iPhone parts to fix your own phone at home
Apple is opening up iPhones and Macs to DIY repairs.
Jacob Kastrenakes
theverge
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US, UK warn of Iranian hackers exploiting Microsoft Exchange, Fortinet
US, UK, and Australian cybersecurity agencies warned today of ongoing exploitation of Microsoft Exchange.
Sergiu Gatlan
bleepingcomputer
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Under-display cameras are slowly getting better
As is often the case with new technology, under-display cameras didn’t make a great first impression.
Sam Byford
theverge
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Apple to Pay Store Workers $30 Million Settlement for Bag Checks That Occurred Off the Clock
Employees reported that bag checks averaged between five and 20 minutes, but could stretch to up to 45 minutes on the busiest days.
Jody Serrano
gizmodo