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IBM’s X-Force threat intelligence platform has revealed part of the data they’ve gathered on hacktivism since 2015, and what they’ve observed has been no small change: from a peak of 35 attacks in 2015, hacktivist attacks steadily declined to just
The European Union has had net neutrality regulations in place since 2016, but some are concerned that internet service providers are playing fast and loose with those rules. A group of 45 advocate organizations, companies and individuals
AZAZ, Syria The Turkish Red Crescent, locally known as Kizilay, launched mobile clinics in northern Syria on Saturday. The launching ceremony was held in Friendship Refugee Camp in Syria’s Azaz district and attended by Red Crescent head Kerem Kinik
The Trump administration might ease its Huawei trade ban.. if ever so slightly. A Commerce Department spokeswoman told Reuters in a statement that it might soon grant Huawei a temporary license to 'prevent the interruption' of service for existing..
We’ve already heard that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 range will include ‘Wireless PowerShare,’ Samsung’s name for the reverse wireless charging feature already found on phones like the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. However, a discovery by UK site Mobile
Remember when Samsung rushed out a replacement Note 7 that also blew up? A day after U.S. reviewers got their Samsung Galaxy Fold units, the internet was flooded with videos of wrecked foldable smartphones. Screens flickered, cracked, and bulged – a