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Popup enlarges at the last second so users click on ads instead of ‘Close’ button

If there’s one thing that cyber-criminals are good at, it’s at coming up with new ideas to generate profits in the shadiest and sometimes the most original ways. Among all criminal groups, the most creative bunch are the ones involved with malvertising (malicious ads). Because of the quick pace at which browser vendors tend to patch reported problems, these groups… Read more →

OtterBox Pursuit and Strada for Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus: Premium leather and enhanced audio

10 Apple products you shouldn’t buy (March 2019 edition) Apple products are expensive, so it makes sense to avoid buying anything that’s nearing the end of its lifecycle, or when you can buy something of equivalent quality from another vendor. … Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/otterbox-pursuit-and-strada-for-samsung-galaxy-s10-plus-premium-leather-and-enhanced-audio/#ftag=RSSbaffb68OtterBox Pursuit and Strada for Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus: Premium leather and enhanced audiohttps://www.zdnet.com/pictures/otterbox-pursuit-and-strada-for-samsung-galaxy-s10-plus-premium-leather-and-enhanced-audio/#ftag=RSSbaffb68http://www.zdnet.com/blog/rss.xmlLatest blogs for… Read more →

Coming to an Apple store near you: the harder sell

Will it become a little more services-oriented? (Image: Corinne Reichert/ZDNet) You’re seated comfortably on your United Airlines flight. Flight Attendants have made their announcements. You’re about to sit back and relax when, oh, the Flight Attendant tries to interest you in a credit card. You wince and wish it would all stop. Yet, before you know it, the Flight Attendant… Read more →

AirPower fail: The latest victim of Apple’s OCD

ZDNet On Friday, a year and a half after AirPower was first announced in September of 2017 in conjunction with the rollout of iPhone X and iPhone 8, and after months of speculation about its absence at the most recent Apple hardware events, Apple’s senior vice president of hardware engineering, Dan Riccio, confirmed that the company would cancel the product…. Read more →

AirPower fail: The latest victim of Apple’s OCD

ZDNet On Friday, a year and a half after AirPower was first announced in September of 2017 in conjunction with the rollout of iPhone X and iPhone 8, and after months of speculation about its absence at the most recent Apple hardware events, Apple’s senior vice president of hardware engineering, Dan Riccio, confirmed that the company would cancel the product…. Read more →

AirPower fail: The latest victim of Apple’s OCD

ZDNet On Friday, a year and a half after AirPower was first announced in September of 2017 in conjunction with the rollout of iPhone X and iPhone 8, and after months of speculation about its absence at the most recent Apple hardware events, Apple’s senior vice president of hardware engineering, Dan Riccio, confirmed that the company would cancel the product…. Read more →

AirPower fail: The latest victim of Apple’s OCD

ZDNet On Friday, a year and a half after AirPower was first announced in September of 2017 in conjunction with the rollout of iPhone X and iPhone 8, and after months of speculation about its absence at the most recent Apple hardware events, Apple’s senior vice president of hardware engineering, Dan Riccio, confirmed that the company would cancel the product…. Read more →