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Mophie Powerstation PD XL hands-on: Charge your mobile device up to 2.5 times faster

CES 2019: Anker announced refreshed product line Lots of new accessories being unveiled by Anker, including chargers, in-car chargers, power banks, speakers, and much more. Source Article from Powerstation PD XL hands-on: Charge your mobile device up to 2.5 times faster blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNet×144.png

Online casino group leaks information on 108 million bets, including user details

Image: Kahuna Casino, Composition: ZDNet An online casino group has leaked information on over 108 million bets, including details about customers’ personal information, deposits, and withdrawals, ZDNet has learned. The data leaked from an ElasticSearch server that was left exposed online without a password, Justin Paine, the security researcher who discovered the server, told ZDNet. ElasticSearch is a portable, high-grade… Read more →

Is Apple paving the way for a new budget mini iPhone?

Over the weekend, cut-priced versions of the iPhone SE made a brief appearance on Apple’s US clearance page, before being quickly snapped up by buyers. Priced at $249 for the 32GB version, and only $299 for the 128GB variant (which represent a price cut of $100 and $150 respectively compared to the original price), it makes sense that these were… Read more →

Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 April ’19 Update: What’s new

Credit: Microsoft Microsoft made available today its 315 pages of release notes for its Dynamics 365 April ’19 update, outlining new features it will roll out for its ERP, CRM, Mixed Reality and Power Platform between April and September 2019. The notes mention “hundreds of new capabilities” across the various Dynamics 365 modules, with a special focus on those features… Read more →

HP updates Chromebook education edition lineup

HP Chromebook x360 11 G2 Education Edition HP HP refreshed its Chromebook for education lineup with availability in April as technology vendors begin the courting process to win deals for the upcoming school year. The company rolled out the HP Chromebook x360 11 G2 Education Edition. The new systems sport the latest Intel processors, better connectivity and 11.5 hour battery… Read more →

Panasonic, Toyota to form electric vehicle battery joint venture: report

Toyota and Panasonic are coming together to create a joint venture (JV) focused on electric vehicle battery research and development with a focus on bringing down the cost of these critical EV components. According to Japanese publication Nikkei, the automaker and tech giant will create the JV in 2020, in which Toyota will hold a 51 percent controlling stake and… Read more →

Brazil’s Original bank rolls out facial recognition technology

Brazil’s first digital bank Original has introduced facial recognition functionality for authentication of banking transactions. With the functionality, dubbed Liveness, customers will be able to perform operations by validating their information through their mobile phone. Facial recognition out of control? Half of US adults have their faces on police databases Facial-recognition databases used by the FBI and state police hold… Read more →

DarkHydrus abuses Google Drive to spread RogueRobin Trojan

The DarkHydrus advanced persistent threat (APT) group is back and this time is not only using Windows vulnerabilities to infect victims but is also abusing Google Drive as an alternative communications channel. Last week, researchers from the 360 Threat Intelligence Center (360TIC) said the hackers have a new campaign underway which is focusing on targets in the Middle East of… Read more →