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Speck GrabTab hands-on: Better than a PopSocket in a couple ways

Apple products you shouldn’t buy (November 2018 edition) While Apple carried out a big refresh of its hardware lineup in September and October, refreshing the iPhones, iPad Pro, and some of the Macs, there are plenty of other Apple products … Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/speck-grabtab-hands-on-better-than-a-popsocket-in-a-couple-ways/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Speck GrabTab hands-on: Better than a PopSocket in a couple wayshttps://www.zdnet.com/pictures/speck-grabtab-hands-on-better-than-a-popsocket-in-a-couple-ways/#ftag=RSSbaffb68http://www.zdnet.com/blog/rss.xmlLatest blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for… Read more →

Singapore to collaborate with Canada, US on cybersecurity

Singapore has inked partnership agreements with Canada and the US that encompass data sharing as well as joint technical certification programmes and capacity building initiatives. The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) said it signed a two-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Development, which would include collaboration in various areas such as information… Read more →

Singapore to spend $10M on new urban technology

Singapore has earmarked S$14 million (US$10.19 million) to drive the development of smart urban estates that can operate and consume energy more efficiently. To be spread across three years, the investment would go towards helping technology companies build and pilot “innovative urban solutions” for smart estates, said Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA). Singapore touts open platforms in smart nation drive,… Read more →

Best Chromebook Black Friday 2018 deals: Dell, Google, HP, and more

Thanks to their low price and popularity with schools, Chromebooks remain one of the bright spots in a flagging PC market. No surprise, then, that retailers are offering many Chromebook deals for Black Friday. While some of the sales are for Chrome OS running laptops with smaller screens and minimal specs that cost as little as $99, Chromebooks have evolved… Read more →

Popular Dark Web hosting provider got hacked, 6,500 sites down

Daniel’s Hosting, one of the largest providers of Dark Web hosting services, was hacked this week and taken offline, ZDNet has learned from one of our readers. The hack took place on Thursday, November 15, according to Daniel Winzen, the software developer behind the hosting service. “As per my analysis it seems someone got access to the database and deleted… Read more →