(LiveHacking.Com) – CurrentC has notified its users about a security breach which enabled hackers to steal the email addresses of some of its pilot program participants. According to a statement released by the company, “many of these email addresses are dummy accounts used for testing purposes …
Hear what the Android Authority YouTube team thinks of the Nexus 6.
The team gets together to give their thoughts on the Nexus 6, one week after the announcement. Talk
Check out this quick look at Inbox, the latest email app developed by Google.
Written companion – http://goo.gl/1VXe3e Have you gotten your Inbox by Gmail invite yet? If not, com
Fond memories of the BarcoNet team.
Christmas time fun and games.
Apple has released iOS 8.1, primarily to activate Apple Pay, but also to patch five CVE-listed vulnerabilities including a fix for the infamous SSL 3.0 POODLE security vulnerability.
(LiveHacking.Com) – Apple has released iOS 8.1, primarily to activate Apple Pay, but also to patch five CVE-listed vulnerabilities including fixes for a Bluetooth flaw and a fix for the infamous SSL 3.0 POODLE security vulnerability. POODLE (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption) is the …
Jayce shares what Android Authority staff think about Android Lollipop thus far.
Jayce shares what Android Authority staff think about Android Lollipop thus far. http://www.androida
If you needed another clue that the launch of the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 is nigh, three new animated commercials apparently featuring the devices went live a few hours ago.
Besides Linux 3.18 being closer to allowing the AArch64/ARM64 kernel code to compile under Clang and many ARM/ARM64 Linux kernel improvements, another 3.18 addition for the new 64-bit ARM architecture is the addition of PCI support.
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Bad idea of the week: The Washington Post's editorial board, in a widely circulated call for “compromise” on encryption, proposed that while our data should be off-limits to hackers and other bad actors, “perhaps Apple and Google could invent a kind of secure golden key” so that the good guys could get to it if necessary.
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Internet of Things (IoT) comes to the humble coffee machine!
Demo shows how the ARM mbed IoT Platform enables Nespresso Coffee machine to detect the use of the c