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Patch status for the new MDS attacks against Intel CPUs

Earlier today, a group of academics and security researchers disclosed a new vulnerability class impacting Intel CPUs. Known as Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) attacks, these vulnerabilities allow threat actors to retrieve data that is being processed inside Intel CPUs, even from processes an attacker’s code should not have access. Four ...

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Tinder Lite App Planned to Widen Scope of Dating App

Photo Credit: Facebook/ Tinder In a bid to rope-in more users without having to worry about the on-device space management and extravagant Internet usage, dating app Tinder is planning to launch its light-weight Tinder Lite app. A Tinder Lite app would give it access to millions of people who have ...

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Australia has 24.3m active retail mobile services: ACCC

Mobile handsets are Australia’s most used service in operation (SIO) for internet activity, according to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) new internet activity report. The new report [PDF] will be released biannually and provides information on the number of retail SIOs, download speeds, as well as the volume ...

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Apple CEO Tim Cook: You don’t need a degree to code mobile apps

Study compares computer-science students from four countries, US ranks top Despite starting computer-science degrees with high skills in math and science, students in China and Russia don’t end up as good as their US counterparts. Computer-science graduates in the US can expect to pay over $100,000 to get an education ...

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Apple releases iOS 12.3 with redesigned TV app

Apple and Samsung bring iTunes and AirPlay to smart TVs Over 100 countries set to receive access to iTunes movies and TV shows on 2018 and 2019 Samsung smart TVs. Apple has released iOS 12.3 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The latest update to its mobile operating system features ...

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Android developers can now force app updates

Half a year ago, at the Android Dev Summit, Google announced a new way for developers to force their users to update their apps when they launch new features or important bug fixes. It’s only now, at Google I/O, though, that the company is actually making this feature available to ...

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