Archive for month: January, 2020

It’s Now Easy to Shift Facebook Pics to Google

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation is delivering results. Big time. Facebook on Monday announced a tool that allows anyone to copy their endless selfies and holiday pictures from the Zuckerberg e...

Google is finally killing off Chrome apps, which nobody really used anyhow

Today, Google shared an updated timeline for when Chrome apps will stop working on all platforms. June 2022 is when they’ll be gone for good, but it depends on which platform you’re on (via 9to5Google). Previou...

Microsoft’s new Edge Chromium browser launches on Windows and macOS

Microsoft is officially launching its new Edge Chromium browser today across both Windows and macOS. A stable version of the browser is now available for everyone to download, just over a year after the softwar...

Mobile Device Management

Mobile device management is taking on an increasingly important role in today’s business climate. Here’s why. Mobile device management is very important in today’s business climate. Obviously, all of your use...

DELL XPS 13

The camera is in the right place on the new Dell XPS 13. That may seem like a small thing, but to people who have used this laptop in the past it’s the main thing. It’s the main thing because that seemingly min...

7 Infamous Cloud Security Breaches You May Not Know About…

Pro wrestling giant WWE was recently the victim of a security breach leaked personal data for 3 million customers. Hackers reportedly gained access to the information after striking a database left unprotected ...

Cyberwar with Iran: How vulnerable is America?

The U.S. airstrike in Baghdad that killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani on Friday will likely lead to retaliatory cyberattacks against America, security authorities say. That means the power and electricity ...

INSIDE INTEL’S INCREDIBLY SMALL MODULAR DESKTOP PC:

Today, you can upgrade a desktop PC’s gaming performance just by plugging in a new graphics card. What if you could do the same exact thing with everything else in that computer — slotting in a cartridge with a...

Google’s identity crisis is deepening

The biggest tech news yesterday is that the former Google human rights chief says he was “sidelined” over the proposed, censored Chinese search engine known as “Dragonfly.” Ross LaJeunesse, the executive, knew ...

The partnership between TechsoMed and Lenovo is enabling physicians to target cancer with never before seen precision.

To treat cancerous tumors, physicians have long relied on surgery, chemotherapy and radiation — highly invasive treatments that push patients’ bodies to their limits. Surgically removing tumors requires long ho...