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The Best Internet Radio Stations: Streaming Tips And Our Top Station Picks
28th Apr 2020 [29 days ago] from PCWorld
Streaming music via internet radio is one of the worlds best free entertainment options.
PNY Pro Elite SSD Review: A Fast, Affordable External Drive With Nice Extras
28th Apr 2020 [29 days ago] from PCWorld
The PNY Pro Elite (CS2060) is a portable SSD that doesn’t break the bank. In real-world testing, it performed on a par with the Samsung T5, and even the newer T7 Touch, but it costs about $20 to $70 less. It comes with the requisite cables...
Anker Soundcore Wakey Bedside Speaker Review: Booming Audio, With A Side Of Wireless Charging
28th Apr 2020 [29 days ago] from PCWorld
Use your Apple or Samsung smartphone to configure this Bluetooth speaker, then drop it on top to charge it.
Coronavirus Tracking Tool From Apple And Google Embraced By Germany
28th Apr 2020 [29 days ago] from Naked Security
Germanys ditched a homegrown alternative that featured a centralized database of location data, raising privacy concerns.
Arlo Audio Doorbell, Hands On: Simple And Flexible Door Security
28th Apr 2020 [29 days ago] from ZDNet
Talk to your visitors without answering the door, or pair it with a camera to see and hear who wants to come in. Arlos audio doorbell is both simple and flexible, but wed like a little more customisation.
‘Evil GIF’ Account Takeover Flaw Patched In Teams
28th Apr 2020 [29 days ago] from Naked Security
Microsoft has fixed a flaw in Teams that could have allowed attackers to launch a wormlike attack on multiple accounts by sending one victim a malicious GIF image.
Warning! Fake Zoom “HR Meeting” Emails Phish For Your Password
28th Apr 2020 [29 days ago] from Naked Security
Scammers have turned to employment worries as their latest lure for Zoom phishing scams.
Were Going On A Vuln Hunt. Were Going Catch A Big One: Researchers Find Windows Bugs Dominate, But Fixes Are Fast
28th Apr 2020 [29 days ago] from The Register
The average Windows 10 PC has 14 weaponized bugs A study of vulnerabilities - bugs that can be a gateway for malware or allow privilege escalation by an intruder - shows that Windows platforms have the most by far, but that they also tend...
Coronavirus Delays Debut Of Taiwan Electronic ID Card
27th Apr 2020 [29 days ago] from ZDNet
Ministry of Interior says it can’t make cards in time for October release because of reliance on imported equipment.
2.44 Million Aussies Have Registered For COVIDSafe
27th Apr 2020 [29 days ago] from ZDNet
Another 9 million needed before the government would reach its 40% quota.
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