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Bitdefender teams up with Netgear to tackle IoT security concerns

Cybersecurity firm Bitdefender is teaming up with networking giant Netgear to tackle concerns surrounding the safety of IoT security. A licensing agreement between the two companies has been put in place to ‘provide industry leading router technology with state of the art IoT security capabilities. Basically Bitdefender’s IoT security tech …

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Intel chip fix to take rest of week as Microsoft pulls patches

The chip bug saga that has put almost all PCs, Macs and mobile devices at risk of being hacked is likely to rumble on for at least another week. While Intel has announced that it needs another few days to release its patch, Microsoft has pulled its fixes after AMD-powered …

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CES 2018: AMD makes christmas Ryzen price cuts permanent

AMD had a remarkable 2017, returning to form with a range of Ryzen processors that were not only more powerful than their Intel counterparts, but more affordable.  Today, AMD has made Ryzen more competitive by lowering the MSRP across-the-board by up to 30 per cent.  While that may sound like …

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AMD-powered PCs crocked by Microsoft chip fix

The chip bug saga is showing no signs of going away, if anything it appears to be getting worse by the day. The latest kick in the chip makers’ proverbials comes after Microsoft released a fix for Meltdown and Spectre bugs. According to a report by The Register, the fix …

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CES 2018: Amazon pulls the Alexa trigger on PC

With CES kicking off in full force today, perhaps one of the most significant announcements has already been made: Alexa is headed to PC. Acer, Asus, Lenovo and HP have all announced plans to integrate Amazon’s digital assistant into Windows 10 PCs in an attempt to challenge Microsoft’s own Cortana …

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Chip bug scandal hits Intel share price

The fallout from the chip bug scandal is already having a knock-on effect on the manufacturers under scrutiny. Intel is the first firm to announce that its share price has fallen as investors worry about the outcome of the chip flaws discovered earlier this week. Intel’s share fell by nearly …

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Is the world’s first $1 trillion company cause for concern?

Apple is leading the charge to become the world’s first $1 trillion company. Many industry analysts predict the iPhone maker will break the $1 trillion threshold later this year, with Amazon set to push them all the way in a bid to become the first company to reach the 13 …

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LG to launch AI-powered Smart TVs

LG has introduced ThinQ artificial intelligence, the company’s proprietary technology for voice control, image processing, and more, in its smart TVs. The voice control capabilities will also integrate with other smart home devices, like robot vacuums, smart lights, and more. The new technology will be powered by LG’s α9 processor, …

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AMD kicks Intel while it’s down trying to patch ‘major security flaw’

Intel is scrambling to fix a major security flaw that exists in almost every one of its processors manufactured over the last decade. The major security flaw – first reported by the Register – could be exploited in severe attacks if it isn’t fixed quickly enough. To make things worse, …

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Samsung Galaxy Note users reporting battery issues

Some owners of Galaxy Note 8 smartphones have reported that they have been unable to charge their handset after fully running the battery out.  The Korean firm has been trying to address the issues on an individual basis and has been quick to stress that it has received "a very limited …

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