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Microsoft halts rollout of Windows 10 October 2018 Update: What happens next?

Microsoft has unexpectedly pulled the latest Windows 10 update from public release. Microsoft has halted the rollout of Windows 10 version 1809, the October 2018 Update. The company released its latest feature update to the general public on Tuesday, October 2nd, and had planned to begin delivering it automatically through Windows Update roughly a week later. Those plans are on… Read more →

InvisibleShield Glass+ VisionGuard for Apple iPhone XS Max: Protection for your screen and your eyes

Image: ZAGG Glass screen protectors today are a common accessory where the tempered glass acts as a sacrificial panel to fail when you drop your phone so that the actual phone display remains intact. The newest ZAGG InvisibleShield Glass+ VisionGuard product is now available for your Apple iPhone X, XS, and XS Max for $44.99. The cost to replace a… Read more →

Amazon fires employee for sharing customers’ email addresses

In an email sent to customers on Friday, October 5, Amazon said it fired an eployee for sharing customers’ email addresses with a third-party seller. Third-party sellers are companies or individuals who sell products on Amazon. Amazon said it’s working with law enforcement in support of the former employee’s prosecution. The company also said it blocked the third-party seller from… Read more →

No, Apple hasn’t activated a secret Mac repair kill switch – yet

Apple T2 chip iFixit Despite the hysteria that was generated following the uncovering of internal Apple repair documents, it seems that it is still possible to swap parts on new Macs that feature the T2 chip. Must read: iOS 12 features you should try today According to Motherboard, who first reported on this, things seemed pretty dire. “Apple has introduced… Read more →

No, Apple hasn’t activated a secret Mac repair kill switch – yet

Apple T2 chip iFixit Despite the hysteria that was generated following the uncovering of internal Apple repair documents, it seems that it is still possible to swap parts on new Macs that feature the T2 chip. Must read: iOS 12 features you should try today According to Motherboard, who first reported on this, things seemed pretty dire. “Apple has introduced… Read more →

Microsoft pulls Windows 10 October Update (version 1809)

Microsoft has paused the rollout of Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809), the latest version of the Windows 10 operating system, which Microsoft released this week, on Tuesday, October 2. In a support document updated today, October 6, the Redmond-based OS maker said it took this decision after users complained that v1809 had deleted files after the update. We… Read more →

Web hosting providers take three days, on average, to respond to abuse reports

Web hosting providers take 3 days, 2 hours, and 33 minutes on average to respond to abuse complaints and remove malware hosted on their servers, according to a report published today. Abuse reports are commonly filed by security researchers, manually or using automated tools, and sent to web hosting providers at an email address specified on their sites. Researchers scour… Read more →

How women are being motivated to pursue STEM

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How to survive the retail apocalypse

More stores closed in 2017 than at any other time on record. Consumers are switching to online shopping for their needs. So, how do marketers connect with their consumers? Yes, Lifecycle Marketing has released its latest report, Surviving the Retail Apocalypse. It surveyed 1,000 consumers in June 2018 to find out what motivates consumers to engage with retailers, make purchases,… Read more →

DOJ explains recent wave of cyber-espionage-related indictments

Speaking at the CyberNext security conference in Washington today, a top Department of Justice official explained the DOJ’s recent proclivity for indicting members of foreign cyber-espionage units, something that no other country except the US has done until now. The DOJ official’s comments came after the US justice system has been recently heavily criticized for their actions. Until now, members… Read more →