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Samsung Will Soon Offer Smartphones With 64MP Image Sensor

Samsung is upping the ante in the smartphone world. The company recently announced that they will be introducing 48-mp and 64-mp image sensors for smartphones launching in the fall of 2019. Both ...

Here is Your Best Option Now That Windows 7 is Ending

With only six months to go, Windows 7 is going away for ...

How To Create A Disaster Recovery Plan For Your Business

Data loss is a true business disaster. As a business owner, you risk ...

Amazon Sellers Dealing With Increased Hacking And Fraud

Amazon has a problem. If you're an Amazon shopper, that means you have a problem. The company recently revealed that more than a hundred sellers using the company's platform were victims of ...

Chrome Will Offer More Ways To Control Web Tracking

Google announced a pair of important security features of upcoming versions of its Chrome browser at this year's I/O Developer Conference. Both changes are designed with the same goal in mind: To ...

Some Dell Systems Are At Risk Of New Hacks

Do you use Dell equipment at home or in your office? If so, then the recent discovery made by independent security researcher Bill Demirkapi should give you pause. Recently, Mr. Demrikapi discovered ...

Security Is Now A Concern For Open Source Software

This year's Open Source Security and Risk Analysis Report analyzed the anonymized data of more than 1,200 commercial codebases from 2018. According to the report, managing open source risk continues to pose ...

WhatsApp 0-Day Hack exposes IOS and Android devices

Hackers used a zero day flaw to attack IOS and Android devices, secretly downloading spy software on the phones.  The software maliciously installed ...

Stolen Personal And Medical Information Was Found Online

Jeremiah Fowler, a researcher with Security Discovery recently found an unprotected Elasticsearch databased owned by a company called SkyMed on the internet.  According to his findings the database was configured such that ...

Google Giving More Flexibility To Private Data Removal

Tech giant Google recently unveiled the next step in its plan to put more power in the hands of users when it comes to their own data.  The most recent change involves ...

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