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Saturday, 7 Mar 2015
They say it takes a common enemy to unite people. With the Lizard Squad being the common enemy, the three big names in gaming are now united in preventing DDoS attacks.
Thursday, 5 Mar 2015
What do you call a year that started with one of the biggest data breaches ever? Trend Micro simply calls it 2014, with predictions that 2015 will be worse.
Wednesday, 4 Mar 2015
Valve is adding a whole range of new devices into its ensemble, including the Steam Link, a device which allows you to stream PC games directly to your TV.
Tuesday, 3 Mar 2015
With its expertise in the hardware and software department firmly bolted down, connectivity is now Google's final hurdle before they can come around full circle.
Monday, 2 Mar 2015
Qualcomm introduced new LTE-U chips at MWC 2015, with technology that will make use of the unlicensed 5GHz spectrum currently in use by Wi-Fi networks. The idea is for carriers to install many small LTE-U cells in public locations, which would end up boosting the signal of their big towers that work on the licensed spectrum.
Sunday, 1 Mar 2015
Uber recently made known that it had suffered a data breach, which has affected 50,000 of its drivers in the U.S. The odd thing is that the breach took place well over nine months ago.
Thursday, 26 Feb 2015
We are living in an era that thrives on the concept of instant gratification. With the introduction of 5G Internet speeds, that unhealthy desire for things to be achieved instantaneously is undoubtedly not going to fade away.
Tuesday, 24 Feb 2015
Google wants you to stop worrying about your kids being bombarded by nonsensical videos, and is doing so by introducing the YouTube Kids app.
Monday, 23 Feb 2015
The US seems to be dragging its feet in creating effective cyber defenses, especially considering it is such a technologically advanced nation. Now we know why.
Monday, 16 Feb 2015
The Megaupload copyright infringement case sees its first conviction after three years. Programmer Andrus Nõmm pleaded guilty "to move on with his life," according to site owner Kim Dotcom.