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Why Windows hack is being blamed on Russia-linked group

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The latest TV Box to hit the market is the Beelink i68. It is an Android 5.1 TV box powered by Rockchip’s hottest 64-bit SoC, the RK3368. The box is garnering a lot of attention because of it
The craze for multi-functional devices among generation next remains unabated. Manufacturers of electronic devices are focusing on developing many such unique products to catch the attention of cus
Excelvan CL720D is a portable LED Projector with slot for digital TV Slot. This advanced device is a projector that allows you and your family and friends to enjoy your favorite programs on a large
The vessel departed from China's southern province of Guangdong, heading for the Western Pacific to conduct deep-sea geological surveys for climate change, biological and environmental research,
As many as 43 percent of sea turtle species were lost, along with 35 percent of sea birds and nine percent of sharks.
We might see App Defence in Q3.
A new email attachment security solution is here.
A civil rights historical marker remembering Emmett Till was vandalized in Mississippi during the weekend. The sign was erected in 2011 to remember the life and death of the black teenager who was ki
Cybersecurity is a moving target; just because something protected your business last year, does not mean it will keep the company safe this year.
Cloud intelligence and machine learning are powering far more sophisticated defences.
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Now you can buy the HP Imprint Core i3 6th Generation laptop running Windows 10 by paying just Rs 999 per month.
Beyoncé and Jay Z are enjoying a grand stay in Malibu, but they will need to look for a new home by fall. Before Beyoncé, Jay Z and Blue Ivy moved to a Malibu mansion, they were occupying a luxurious
Here's everything we know about the brand new game from BioWare.
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Find out if you can get all the new features from iOS 11 public beta on your iPhone or iPad.
For the 50th anniversary of the first ATM, YouGov has conducted a global poll of 8000 consumers on behalf of ACI Worldwide to survey the usage of automated teller machines.
Both the Honor 9 and OnePlus 5 combine strong specs with affordable price tags - so which is right for you?
A research team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Monday shared a drone prototype, which would be able to both drive and fly. “The ability to both fly and drive is useful in environme
PRAGUE (Reuters) - A Czech appeals court on Tuesday lifted a ban that had prevented ride-hailing service Uber operating in Brno, the country's second-largest city.
Vodafone will offer one year of free Netflix subscription with some tiers of the RED postpaid plan.
The affordable smartphone brand is keeping its wearables line going with another basic fitness tracker.
“Black Lightning” stars Nafessa Williams and China Anne McClain revealed that they would like to do a crossover with other DC superhero series on The CW. During an interview with DC All Access at the
Researchers came across the new species during a visit to a remote part of the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico. It joins just two parrots from the Amazon parrot family to be found only in Mexico.
Today’s employees demand flexibility in terms of where and when they work and want a choice over the tools they use.
The powerful, dual-lens Honor 9 is here, but does it shine as bright as its predecessor?
Happiness is an important factor in our overall health, alongside nutritious eating and exercise. A bad day at work, a breakup, or an argument with a friend can lead us to fall into a bout of sadness
The touchpad is something we’ve associated with laptops for years, but now Google wants to put it on phones.
The Swedish car company announced today that it has struck a deal with NVIDIA, an artificial intelligence specialist which already builds self-driving systems for Tesla and Audi.
The Spidget Finner, a cloud-connected robot that is activated via smartphone, was created by a pair of scientists as part of the 'Boston Stupid Hackathon.'
A video posted on Facebook shows the odd, feathery invertebrate crawling along a wall in Brazil as a group of people marvel at its strange appearance.
LONDON (Reuters) - Uber [UBER.UL] said it had won the right to appeal against a court decision in favor of plans by a London regulator to impose new English reading and writing standards in a move whi
California on Monday became the first state to take a significant step toward listing the herbicide glyphosate as a potentially cancerous substance. This might result in the popular weed killer Round

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