This week, we were amazed to hear that an unprecedented Twitter hack took place. It seams that hackers gained access to one or more of Twitter’s internal tools and systems. This leaves a lot security concerns and questions for the average user or for companies which might want to know […]
Huawei has just lost its access to all the Google services, but what does this ban means for the consumers? In the ongoing trade war between USA and China, Huawei has been the biggest victim with some big allegations in its name. As a result USA has been actively banning […]
T-Mobile and Sprint are looking to merge and are looking to capitalise their combined markets to create a nationwide 5G network. The 5G network is the next generation of mobile internet with speeds of between 15x to 100x faster than 4G networks.
Following the scandals plaguing Facebook, the social media giant is changing some of its policies. The aim of the changes is to protect user’s data and stop unneeded access being given to apps and services. The company is changing its events API, groups API, pages API, Facebook login, Instagram platform […]
Facebook is facing legal troubles following the breaking story of Cambridge Analytica using personal data to create what could almost be called a “social experiment” in thought influence and control. Facebook is claiming the company has done nothing wrong and it is not responsible for any the trouble caused by […]
AMD now has security flaws like Intel’s Spectre and Meltdown show up in a wide range of their processors. 13 critical flaws in AMD Ryzen and EPYC processors mean that attackers can get in and access data, install malware and control the computer with full access to the system. CTS […]
In the tech community, there has been much talk about diversity in the workplace. A survey looking at Google diversity employment stated the company has majority male employees, either white or Asian. Within Google, there have been efforts to enhance the diversity from some corners and efforts to stop the hiring […]