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lundi 26 mars 2018, 16:52
Smart home technology is catching on in a big way with a third of US consumers now having two or more smart devices, according to a new study. The Smart Home report from GfK Research shows a high level of awareness of the technology, with 58 percent of US consumers saying...
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Facebook is constantly messing about with its News Feed, and it's only a matter of weeks since the social network said it was going to prioritize local news. Initially, this was only the case in the US, but now the change is rolling out around the globe. The company says...
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Google search results are, usually, multi-page affairs, but if a new test gets off the ground this could be set to change. The search giant is conducting a limited test that sees the arrival of a 'More results' button at the bottom of search results, replacing the 'Next...
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According to new research, 97 percent believe unsecured IoT devices could be catastrophic for their organization, yet just 29 percent actively monitor for related third-party risks. The study conducted by the Ponemon Institute and risk assurance body Shared Assessments shows ...
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After a series of release candidates, Linus Torvalds could well be ready to unleash version 4.16 of the Linux kernel onto the world at the weekend. That is unless he changes his mind about the RC build: 'rc7 is much too big for my taste,' he says in his weekly update to the...
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dimanche 25 mars 2018, 23:16
There has been much in the news lately about Facebook letting its users down. The most egregious abuse is the Cambridge Analytica scandal, where the social network allowed that third party company to collect private user data. It has led many to join the #DeleteFacebook...
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Full-page advertisements have appeared in a number of Sunday newspapers in the UK and US as Facebook embarks on a damage limitation exercise following the revelations about Cambridge Analytica's use of personal data. The ads, signed by Mark Zuckerberg, say: 'We have a...
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It has been a bad week for Facebook -- and its users -- after it was revealed that Cambridge Analytica had harvested data from millions of accounts on the social network. Now it turns out that Facebook itself has been engaged in gathering user data. A social media user,...
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There can be few Android users who have learned about an exciting new app or game, only to be disappointed to discover it's not available in their country. There have been various ways around this, including downloading APKs from unofficial sources, but now Google has...
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samedi 24 mars 2018, 15:50
Apple has pitched the idea of introducing more than a dozen new emojis with a focus on disabilities. In a submission to the Unicode Consortium, the iPhone maker suggests 13 new emojis depicting a guide dog, wheelchair users and prosthetic limbs. The company says that the...
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Spotify has revealed that around 2 million of its users have been using hacked versions of apps to bypass ads without paying for the privilege. It means that more than 2 percent of the service's free users are useful modified versions of apps. The hacked apps also allow for...
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Ads may be central to the running of the web, but that doesn't mean people want to see them. Ad blocking is more popular than ever, and it's something that's been noted by Mozilla. Revealing its 2018 roadmap for Firefox, the company says that an ad blocker is being added to...
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When it comes to talk of Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election that saw Donald Trump catapulted to power, the focus has been very much on Facebook and Twitter. But now the blogging platform Tumblr has held its hand up and revealed that it was used by...
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vendredi 23 mars 2018, 23:00
If you’re not sure how to do something with Windows 10, there are plenty of guides to be found on the web. Today, however, Microsoft is launching a new app called Cortana Show Me which is designed to guide you through Windows 10 settings. SEE ALSO: Microsoft releases...
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As we edge ever nearer to the final release of the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, Microsoft is upping the rate that new builds arrive to Insiders on the Fast ring. Three days ago saw the arrival of Build 17127, and today, hot on the heels of that, comes Build 17128. SEE...
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While replacing Windows 10 with a Linux-based operating system is a fairly easy exercise, it shouldn’t be necessary. Look, if you want a computer running Linux, you should be able to buy that. Thankfully you can, as companies like System76 and Dell sell laptops and...
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A slip-up by notorious hacker Guccifer 2.0 -- famous for attacking the DNC servers -- appears to have confirmed what has been believed for some time: that the hacker is based in Russia. It was long-believed that Guccifer had links to Russia, but use of VPNs and other...
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With GDPR coming into effect on 25th May, many organizations will find themselves needing to appoint a data protection officer in order to comply. But appointing full-time compliance staff can be a difficult and costly exercise. Which is why cyber security company...
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If you want to know how well Windows 10 is doing in terms of share, you have a number of choices. You can view the figures from StatCounter, which show Windows 10 now ahead of Windows 7, or you can view the figures from NetMarketShare, which show Windows 7 still comfortably...
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Two-hundred-and-seventy-five in a series. Welcome to this week's overview of the best apps, games and extensions released for Windows 10 on the Windows Store in the past seven days. Microsoft reduced the offline time during feature updates of Windows 10 significantly and...
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