This September 9, 2015 was suppose to be one of the biggest Apple Event, with bigger venue and bigger promise. And it was a disappointment, people are kind of over joyed. Take a look at our quick coverage on all updates of today.
Android is an increasingly popular OS which, thanks to its open-source nature, has found widespread use. Intel is now hoping to make it big in the PC industry by pushing for such computers which can run both Android and Windows.
ATM machines may look fairly secure pieces of hardware but if they are running Windows XP and have a public USB port, they are no good. Researchers have now revealed how hackers used malware-laden USBs to hack into such ATMs to withdraw cash.
Apple’s new Mac Pro has been around for some days now. While until now, we have been hearing raving reviews about this top-end machine, a review on AnandTech now reveals that the machine arrives with poor 4K monitor support.
NSA’s surveillance tactics are an ever-green treasure-trove that just won’t exhaust. Spiegel has now reported that the agency can intercept computer shipments and bug them before they reach the buyers.
For long, Microsoft has offered a number of games such as Solitaire, Minesweeper and Mahjong on Windows PCs. The company has now announced that Windows Phone 8 users can enjoy the same games on their handsets, for free.
If you’ve already updated to Windows 8.1, then there’s a good news for you. Facebook’s app for the platform has been ramped up with a number of new features. These include a smileys sticker pack as well as notifications of fresh News Stories.
RSA is one of the most prestigious encryption companies around the globe. A report from Reuters now reveals that NSA paid RSA a whopping $10 million to include backdoors in its products so that NSA could exploit them.
Microsoft has made available an updated version of Facebook for Windows Phone. It now features a second Live Tile, giving a separate window to pin chats, events, groups, pages, photo albums and others.
Apple’s old-day Mac machines are so rare these days that they are sold as tech antiques. Imagine our surprise, then, when Jeff Keacher, an engineer, tried to hook up his 27-year-old Mac to the internet and it worked.
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