The effects of the last week’s cyber attack are still fresh in multiple countries around the world. It started last Sunday when Skype users from the UAE noticed that the app is not working. Upon investigating this problem, it was discovered that it might be an effect of a cyber attack. This discovery has forced […]
The protection of users’ online privacy is finally being taken seriously in America, but despite their best efforts, it is just not enough. The new threats appear on a daily basis, and they are lurking around every corner. The newest one brings danger right to the palm of your hand. Even your phone number is […]
We can all agree that wifi is more convenient than using an ethernet cable. The ability to bring your laptop, iPad or smartphone anywhere you like with access to the information superhighway is really one of the amazing things of our era. We honestly are all lucky to have access to this global platform connecting […]
Reports made available by Trend Micro earlier in the week showed that 800+ applications currently on offer as free apps on the Google play platform contain some dangerous, information stealing Virus called Xavier. This malware was said to have been first uncovered about two years ago. At the initial time, it wasn’t really seen to […]
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The largest fundraising in the history of China’s cloud industry has been unveiled. Some years back, multi-billion level funding would have been a crazy thought in the first place, but now it is becoming a reality. The leading broker in the sector QingCloud is making public the biggest funding in the business in history. The […]
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Since the announcement of Tesla’s Supercharger stations and their fast-charging network in 2012, Tesla has spread the news about adding solar arrays and batteries to the stations, but not many stations received solar array. Only half a dozen stations out of 800 stations have this feature. More battery and solar systems will consist of the […]
The tests of autonomous vehicles have already started a long time ago, but now, it seems that new locations are opening up and allowing tests. One such case happened in the state of New York this May. An application process was started, and many companies hurried to get their chance and receive a license. Audi […]
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One of the most successful carmakers of Japan, Toyota, has finally sold the last of the stake that it had in Tesla. It would seem that two companies went from being allies to becoming fierce competitors and that further cooperation became impossible. The sale was completed in 2016, but the official announcement only came out […]
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Google is quite known for not missing any opportunity to say that Android has more users than iPhone, but according to recent statistics, Apple definitely makes more money on smartphone sales. Also, iOS has one of the richest app libraries, and they have targeted a small but still very powerful set of iOS devices in […]
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The US has a new plan when it comes to dealing with potential security threats, and that’s to ban all laptops from entering or leaving the country via airplanes. This new plan was revealed on Sunday, by John Kelly, the US Homeland Security Secretary. He also said that the plan is to ‘raise the bar’ […]
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