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Twitter totally solves all of its problems with new profile photos

Twitter finally made it happen. With a simple redesign, the beloved social media giant has solved all of its problems. You heard it here first. Every. Single. One. Of. Them. SEE ALSO: Why all the cool kids are migrating to Mastodon The racism, sexism, harassment, bots, fake news, Donald Trump, and all of its other issues — they’re… Read More »

Nokia rolls out its first ‘petabit-class’ router

With internet traffic set to double again before the current batch of routers are obsolete, Nokia is turning to new silicon to help upgrade core networks. With internet traffic set to triple over the next five years or so, according to recent estimates from Nokia and Cisco Systems, Nokia thinks the time is right for a new range… Read More »

Twitter Testing Dedicated Spot For Live Videos On Its Homepage

It’s no secret that Twitter has been looking at live videos as one of the ways to drive engagement on its website and gain new users – and it may have just found the best way to present the live streams to millions. Twitter is testing a dedicated spot for live streams on its desktop homepage. A Twitter… Read More »

Huawei discounts its Watch, MateBook and Fit for a Dads & Grads promotion

Starting today, Huawei is joining the barrage of companies to introduce Dads & Grads discounts. So, in case you’re looking for tech gift ideas for Father’s day or someone’s graduation, Huawei has you covered. Don’t expect to get a bargain on the Huawei P10 or P10 Plus, though, as the discounted products are all among the less-famous Huawei… Read More »

Asus’ thinnest convertible laptop leads its Computex showcase

Asus has claimed it has created the world’s thinnest convertible laptop with the ZenBook Flip S. Measuring in at 10.9mm thin and 1.1kg in weight, it trumps even the 12-inch MacBook as the smallest and lightest laptop. To create such a compact convertible, Asus constructed a new ergo lift hinge design that’s made of steel alloy and only… Read More »

Moto G5S Plus leaked images show off the smartphone in all its glory

Two new Motorola smartphones are expected to go official in the coming weeks, the Moto G5 and Moto G5S Plus. Both belong to the mid-range category and are likely to be introduced in Latin America, at least initially. We’ve been reporting about both Moto smartphones a couple of times, and we’ve also had a glimpse of what’s to… Read More »

HP Admits Conexant Audio Driver Was Logging Keystrokes on Its Laptops, Issues Fix

If you think that by covering your laptop’s webcam and using your OS in safe mode will ensure that you are not being monitored via your PC or laptop, you should think twice. There are a multiple ways to do that and one of them is keystroke logging, which is essentially a surveillance technology to record the keystrokes… Read More »

HP Admits Conexant Audio Driver Was Logging Keystrokes on Its Laptops, Issues Fix

If you think that by covering your laptop’s webcam and using your OS in safe mode will ensure that you are not being monitored via your PC or laptop, you should think twice. There are a multiple ways to do that and one of them is keystroke logging, which is essentially a surveillance technology to record the keystrokes… Read More »

Microsoft takes its databases worldwide with Cosmos DB

Cosmos is an expansion of DocumentDB, a managed NoSQL database service that Microsoft launched in 2015. Its key innovation is a feature that lets developers pick between five consistency models that range from “strong” to “eventual” consistency. The tool allows developers to store and access data with a variety of APIs, including DocumentDB, MongoDB, SQL, Gremlin, and Azure… Read More »

Can a Computer Be Hacked If It’s Not Connected to the Internet?

Hacking has become synonymous with today’s digital ecosystem, and whether it is the Democratic National Committee (DNC), the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) or JP Morgan, size, resources or capability are irrelevant if someone wants the information you have badly enough. The breach these organizations experienced is proof. But in these cases, some points of their infrastructure were connected… Read More »