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UK’s Dixons Carphone Says Has Been a Victim of Cybercrime

British mobile phone and electricals retailer Dixons Carphone said on Wednesday it had been the victim of cybercrime, having discovered unauthorised access to payment card data held by the company. The group said an ongoing investigation indicated there was an attempt to compromise 5.9 million cards in one of the processing systems of Currys PC World and Dixons… Read More »

Here’s how less than $40 of computer science training can land you a six-figure salary

Earning a degree in computer science is almost as open ended as some liberal arts degrees. From data analysis to IT projects to engineering to security specialities, the paths to taking advantage of a computer science education are varied. One area where there isn’t much variation for computer science students is in how much they get paid. Because… Read More »

Become a Guest on Your Own Computer

Q. I have heard that making a guest account on the computer and using it yourself can help stop viruses. Why is this, and how would I go about making an extra account? A. Administrator accounts on a Windows, Mac or Linux computer have the ability to adjust settings, install new programs, change passwords and perform other functions that affect… Read More »

HTC U12+ Won’t Ship With a 3.5mm Headphone Jack to USB Type-C Adapter

HIGHLIGHTS HTC U12+ won’t come with a bundled headphone adapter It will instead include USB Type-C powered HTC USonic earbuds This new move makes HTC a distinct player HTC U12+ won’t include a headphone adapter to let you use traditional 3.5mm jack headphones with the given USB Type-C port. Thankfully, the flagship does include USB Type-C powered HTC USonic earbuds in… Read More »

Duda Review: A Powerful Platform for Web Design Agencies

Duda is a comprehensive digital platform for agencies that promises to do more than just help them build professional-looking websites. Unlike blogging platforms, content management systems, and other cloud-based site builders, Duda focuses on technology that encompasses brand-building, client management, and team collaboration for businesses and digital agencies. To help determine if the platform is right for you, here’s a closer… Read More »

Facebook Announces a New Sleep Mode for Messenger Kids App

In an effort to give more control to parents, Facebookhas launched a Sleep Mode in its Messenger Kids that will allow parents to set predetermined “off times” for the app on a child’s device. When the app is in Sleep Mode, kids cannot send or receive messages or video calls, play with the creative camera or receive notifications. If they try… Read More »

Nokia X Advertisement in China Hints at April 27 Launch, Touted to Be a Mid-Range Handset

HMD Global has lately been on the front foot, having launched several Nokia-branded smartphones in the past couple of years. From feature phones like the Nokia 3310 (2017) to low-cost Android smartphones like the Nokia 1 and premium handsets like the Nokia 8 Sirocco, HMD has revived the Nokia brand especially in core Asian markets such as India. The latest reports suggest the company… Read More »

Benefits of hiring a well-known web design agency

Your sites coding will be done properly Your coding will be done by experts in the field that have had training and experience in developing sites. This is clear from their reputation – if their site Coders weren’t very good, they wouldn’t have gained a high profile because the coding of a site acts as the building blocks.… Read More »

OnePlus 6 Will Embrace the Notch and Retain a 3.5mm Headphone Jack, Reveals Co-Founder Carl Pei

OnePlus 6 will indeed have a notch at the top of its display, similar to the iPhone X. OnePlus has confirmed it will be the next smartphone manufacturer to join the industry trend popularised by Apple, and even provided an image of how the notch will look on its next flagship alongside exact dimensions. OnePlus Co-Founder Carl Pei made the revelations in an interview that… Read More »

A single unicode symbol can crash iPhone, iPad and Mac apps

Apple’s been in the headlines over the past few months, for all of the wrong reasons. According to TechCrunch, their PR losing streak isn’t going to stop any time soon. TechCrunch reports that an IOS software development house has discovered that two unicode symbols, when inputted into a number of popular iOS apps, will cause the apps to crash.… Read More »