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Your wireless keyboard can give away all your passwords

Wireless keyboards from eight companies suffer from the KeySniffer vulnerability, allowing attackers to glean passwords, credit card numbers, and security questions and answers. Wireless keyboards from eight companies suffer from the KeySniffer vulnerability, allowing attackers to glean passwords, credit card numbers, and security questions and answers. According to a report by Threatpost, the vulnerability can allow attackers to eavesdrop on

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Intel unveils Project Alloy

Intel has unveiled its all-in-one virtual reality platform, Project Alloy. Its all-in-one VR platform “made from the ground up”. “A clear example of the future of merged reality today, the Alloy platform completely redefines what is possible in an all-in-one VR platform,” said Intel. Alloy will use Intel’s RealSense technologies, which are optimised for VR, to deliver

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Intel unveils Aero Ready-To-Fly drone

Intel has launched its Intel Aero Platform for drones, alongside a Yuneec Typhoon H drone with Intel RealSense Technology new drone technology at the Intel Developer Forum, featuring its Intel Aero Platform for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). Intel is focussed on creating new technologies in the UAV segment, and said pre-orders are open for the Intel Aero

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Xiaomi unveils new Mi Robot Vacuum

Xiaomi is taking on iRobot with its new Mi Robot Vacuum, which looks like a Roomba, but is a fraction of the price Xiaomi is taking on iRobot with its new Mi Robot Vacuum, which looks like a Roomba, but at a fraction of the price. The Mi vacuum features 12 sensors to navigate the

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Apple iPhone’s new wireless earphones

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has stated that Apple will look to make inroads into the Bluetooth headphone market. According to MacRumours, Kuo said Apple was working on a Bluetooth-like communication chip and its own Bluetooth headphones. This follows reports that Apple will remove the headphone jack from the iPhone 7. The company is also working on

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Why turning your PC off and on again is the best fix

It’s the most common answer to our computing woes: when your PC or mobile is playing up, try turning it off and on again. Or, alternatively, rebooting. To understand the concept of a “reboot”, it’s helpful to first understand what a boot means as far as computers are concerned. The word comes from the expression

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SanDisk unveils the biggest SD card in the world

SanDisk has revealed its prototype 1TB SD card. SanDisk the biggest SD card in the world, the prototype 1TB SDXC. There is no information on price or launch date, but Western Digital – which owns SanDisk – said the card will be produced to meet the needs of 4K and 8K media. “Higher-capacity cards expand the possibilities for professional

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Microsoft HoloLens

Microsoft’s HoloLens system is now available for pre-order in Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Devices will start to ship in late November. In the UK, a developer version of the HoloLens costs £2,719, while the commercial HoloLens suite is available for £4,529. “Since the launch of Microsoft HoloLens, we have seen really passionate

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Secure laptop bag with no visible zips

The RiutBag R15 is a secure 15-inch laptop backpack, with no visible zips to the person behind you. If you are looking for a secure laptop backpack, the RiutBag R15 is for you. The RiutBag R15 is a secure 15 litre, 15-inch laptop backpack design, with no visible zips to the person behind you. The

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Cheap Microsoft virtual reality headsets announced

Microsoft has stated that hardware partners will bring affordable virtual reality headsets to the market in 2017. Microsoft has partnered with hardware manufacturers to ship virtual reality headsets from early 2017. The VR headsets will be made by companies such as HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, and Acer, and will start from $299 (R4,157). The headsets will

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USB stick which can perform HIV tests

Scientists at Imperial College London and DNA Electronics have developed a type of HIV test on a USB stick. The device uses a drop of blood to detect HIV and then creates an electrical signal that can be read by a computer or handheld device. The disposable test could be used for HIV patients to

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The Linux alternative to Windows 10

If you are looking to move from Windows 10 to a secure open-source operating system and don’t want to learn a new interface, BetaNews has suggested you try Linux-based Zorin OS. If you are looking to move from Windows 10 to a secure open-source operating system and don’t want to learn a new interface, BetaNews

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ImBatch for batch image resizing, renaming and other tasks

If you have several images on your hard drive keeping them in order is a big hassle. If you want to perform different tasks like resizing them for better utilization of disk space or you want to add watermark images while sharing online, it is a daunting task to go individually. This is where batch

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Microsoft tool makes it easy to move from Evernote to OneNote

Evernote is the popular and top app for note taking and loved by many. Microsoft has a similar called OneNote until recently it is a paid application as part of the Office apps. But Microsoft recently made the OneNote family of apps free across devices, since then the usage of OneNote is increasing according to

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Microsoft ends sales of Windows 7 and Windows 8

Microsoft has stopped the sales of both Windows 7 and Windows 8 from now on, that means if you want to a buy a new laptop or desktop you have Windows 10 as the only option for now. The end of sales means the relevant version of Windows is no longer shipped to retailers or

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