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Lost Your Car? Google Maps Might Help

Google Maps has, for years now, been the savior of directionally challenged people everywhere, and it just got even better. Thanks to a new update that was made without fanfare, it will ...

Microsoft Ends Support For Windows Vista April 11

If you’re one of the relatively few people still using Windows Vista, you should know that the OS is on life support. As of April 11, Microsoft will no longer be providing ...

Concerns Over SmartHome Eavesdropping Have People Worried

With all its potential, the Internet of Things has problems. The single biggest one of these relates to privacy. This came into sharp focus last year when a smart TV producer revealed ...

Your DNA May Be Next Place Your Data Is Stored

The next big thing is going to be really small, at least if Microsoft has anything to say about it. They’ve been experimenting with storing data in what some might call the ...

Recent Major Website Outage Was Caused By A Simple Mistake

Last week, Amazon’s AWS (Amazon Web Services) suffered an 11-hour outage that resulted in dramatic slowdowns and complete unavailability of more than 100 large internet retailers and a number of the web’s ...

Auto Company Apps Are Making It Easier For Car Thieves

Another week, another big problem for the Internet of Things. This time, it’s smart cars and the apps that surround them. There are an increasing number of apps available for a growing ...

Amazon Cloud Goes Down, Causes Outages Across The Internet

In recent years, an increasing number of companies have migrated to the Cloud for cost-saving reasons, but today, we got a painful reminder of the limitations and risks associated with doing that. ...

Nokia Phones Might Be Back With New Smart Devices

Remember back in the early 2000’s when Nokia was the king of the cellphone market? Well, if you’re feeling nostalgic for those days, there’s (potentially) good news on the horizon. At a ...

Is Your Money Safe? Bank Cyberattacks On The Rise

Kaspersky Labs originally discovered “fileless malware” back in 2014, but it wasn’t until this year that it became mainstream. Now, the company is reporting that more than 150 banks around the world ...

SVG Images Getting Wider Distribution As Malicious File Type

JavaScript is hands down the tool of choice of hackers who are interested in inserting malicious code onto a user’s device. Most commonly, scripts are embedded in compressed (zipped) files, and when ...