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(hx) 09:15 AM CEST - Jul,22 2018 - Post a comment / read (4)
  • 50 Years of Innovation at Intel - Fifty years ago, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore founded Intel with a purpose: To ponder what might be possible. To imagine, to question and to do wonderful in pursuit of a better future. Intel's anniversary is official July 18, 2018, but all year long we will bring together our people, our partners and our communities to celebrate a bright future for Intel today, and a better world tomorrow.
  • Corning Designed Gorilla Glass 6 to Better Handle Real-World Drops - Corning today announced Gorilla Glass 6, an improved version of its toughened glass for mobile devices. Corning specifically engineered Gorilla Glass 6 to better handle drops. The company claims the glass can survive 15 drops onto rough surfaces made from a height of one meter. The glass can withstand drops from higher heights than Gorilla Glass 5. The glass of today's devices is most often damaged when dropped from about waist height. Gorilla Glass 6 is 0.8mm thick, and yet still retains strength and opacity. The company says it improved its testing methods to account for different impact surfaces and angles to ensure it could strengthen the glass. Gorilla Glass 6 is equivalent to previous generations of Gorilla Glass when it comes to scratch resistance. It will be up to individual mobile device makers to cover their displays with Gorilla Glass 6. Gorilla Glass 6 is already in production.
  • Google Vows to Appeal $5 Billion Fine from EU - Google has been fined $5 billion by the European Union (EU) for anti-competitive practices. First Google required Android phone manufacturers to bundle Google search and other Google web services with every device as the default in exchange for access to the Google Play store. Secondly, Google paid phone manufacturers to make sure that only the Google Search app was preinstalled on such devices. Lastly, Google has obstructed the development of competing mobile operating systems that could have provided a platform for rival search engines to gain traffic. Google has 90 days to amend the contracts with phone manufacturers that require Google services to be set as the default on devices sold to consumers or face additional daily fines.
  • How exactly does binary code work? - Have you ever wondered how does information travels from one device to another over the internet? How do your speakers know which note to recreate when you're playing music off your cellphone? Jose Americo N L F Freitas takes you through a short lesson on what is binary code and how modern electronics rely on binary code to communicate.
  • Extract password from TeamViewer memory using Frida - Do you use TeamViewer to ease access to any of the boxes on your network? If so, this warning over at CVE Search (CVE-2018-14333) is worth a look and certainly the readme on vah13/extractTVpasswords is worth a read. While you would most likely need to be physically at the computer in question, or if system was already compromised in some other way, it is possible to use this TeamViewer password exploit to later gain full control over the system remotely. TeamViewer through 13.1.1548 stores a password in Unicode format within TeamViewer.exe process memory between "[00 88] and "[00 00 00]" delimiters, which might make it easier for attackers to obtain sensitive information by leveraging an unattended workstation on which TeamViewer has disconnected but remains running.
  • Huawei Says GPU Turbo Update to Boost Mate 10 Pro, P20 Pro  - Huawei today announced plans to tweak the graphics performance of its phones. The company will update a number of devices with what it calls GPU Turbo, a graphics processing technology that lets phones run GPU-intense apps, such as games, faster and more efficiently. Huawei claims that GPU Turbo optimizes system software and hardware resources to improve GPU efficiency by 60% while lowering power consumption by 30% thanks to its re-architected method for handling graphics. The end result is a noticeable upgrade in device performance without forcing users to buy a new phone in order to run the latest games and apps. Huawei plans to roll the update out to its flagship devices, the Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, P20, and P20 Pro in August, with other devices to follow later in the year.
  • iPhone Battery Life Dropped Significantly After iOS 11.4 Update - It seems as though every new iOS updates brings various complaints from users ranging from performance setbacks to battery life issues, and iOS 11.4 is no exception. iPhone users running iOS 11.4 right now have been complaining in droves that battery life has suffered after the update. Reports indicate that there are over 33 pages of complaints on the Apple website from users suffering from varying levels of battery drain since updating to iOS 11.4. The main complaint is standby battery life has been significantly impacted for many of these users. One user claims that before iOS 11.4 he was able to go a full day without charging his iPhone 6, but after the update, the phone only lasts about half a day. The user maintains the only change to his device was the update to iOS 11.4.
  • Apple to Bring More Emoji to iPhone Later This Year - Apple today committed to adopting more than 70 new emoji. The Unicode Consortium announced Unicode 11, which includes dozens of new emoji, in February and made the final version available in June. Apple says new emoji characters will soon grace the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac. Unicode 11 brings new representation for emoji with options for red hair, gray hair, curly hair, and no hair, as well as more food, animals, sports, and other items. Apple didn't specifically say Unicode 11 will be added to iOS 12, but that is the route Apple is most likely to pursue. iOS 12 is already in beta testing and will be distributed to iOS devices in September or October.
  • Galaxy Note 9 Geekbench Score Claims Even Faster Exynos 9820 CPU - Samsung Galaxy Note fans have a lot to look forward to with the Note 9 that's incoming next month. We saw some leaked benchmarks turn up in late May and in those benchmarks the device was running an Exynos 9810 SoC but that's presumably for the non-US version of the device. More benchmarks have leaked and this time, the leak claims that the Note 9 in this run was powered by an even faster Exynos 9820 SoC. The new leak shows a device carrying the Samsung SM-N960X designation. It scores a whopping 4,089 in the single core test and 12,246 for a multi-core score. These scores absolutely crush the scores we saw on the benchmark leak back in May when the Exynos 9810 version racked up 2,737 on single-core and 9,064 on multi-core. The benchmark results show this Exynos 9820 device was running Android 8.0.0 and was using 3,483MB of RAM, or 4GB. The version that made the benchmark run back in May was backed by 6GB of RAM. These scores do show that the alleged Note 9 does just edge out iPhone X in multi-core performance at least. Apple will certainly have higher performance up its sleeves when the new iPhones launch in the coming months packing the A12 chipset, however.
  • The Great Apple Keyboard Cover-Up - This flexible enclosure is quite obviously an ingress-proofing measure to cover up the mechanism from the daily onslaught of microscopic dust. Not -- to our eyes -- a silencing measure. In fact, Apple has a patent for this exact tech designed to "prevent and/or alleviate contaminant ingress."
  • Sprint Hikes Prices with Revamped Unlimited Plans - Sprint today announced new "Unlimited Plus" and "Unlimited Basic" plans. Unlimited Plus replaces the old Unlimited Freedom plan and raises the price from $60 to $70 per month for the first line. Additional lines are discounted, down to $42 per line for a family of five. Like the old Unlimited Freedom, Unlimited Plus offers HD video streaming and Hulu, however Tidal music streaming is now included, and the mobile hotspot allowance has increased from 10 GB to 15 GB. A limited-time offer slashes the price of Unlimited Plus by $20 per line if customers bring their own phone or buy one at full price, instead of leasing a phone from Sprint. That works out to $50/month for one line, or as little as $22/line for five lines. A new Unlimited Basic plan costs the same as the old Unlimited Freedom plan, but offers less. Video streaming is limited to SD resolution, music streaming is limited to to 500kbps, and mobile hotspot data is throttled after 0.5 GB. Unlimited Basic includes Hulu, but not Tidal. Unlimited Basic runs $60/month for the first line. Additional-line discounts bring the price per line down to $32/month for a family of five. There is no discount for using a non-leased phone, meaning Unlimited Plus is temporarily $10/line cheaper than Unlimited Basic with a non-leased phone. The new plans will be available starting tomorrow, July 13th
  • Opener Unveils First Ultralight Electric Personal VTOL Aircraft for - Opener which is partially financed by Google co-founder Larry Page has announced that their BlackFly ultralight electric fixed-wing vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft has passed US certifications. While there is no license required to fly the vehicle, they will require a FAA Private Pilot written examination like a pilot would take and an introductory course. You can check out the specifications here. The things that stood out to me were the amphibious capabilities, 25 mile range, 25 minute charging time, 32 F - 86 F operating temperature and 250 lbs payload limit. It even has an Automatic Return-to-Home button for training purposes.
  • Samsung's New IOT-enabled Family Hub Fridge - The Family Hub fridge also assists to reduce food wastage, with an in-built Food list function. The app tracks food expiry dates to help users keep track of their groceries. The Meal Planner app provides personalised recipes for family members based on food preferences and restrictions while taking into account food expiration dates, helping you to squeeze out the most taste, nutrition and value from your ingredients. The Shopping List app then collates the items to be purchased on the next grocery run. Integration with supermarkets and existing grocery delivery platform might be made available in due course.
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  • Vivo Launches All-Screen NEX Phone Outside China - Vivo has announced that its all-screen NEX flagship phone will be launching this month in Russia, India, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Taiwan, making it available in the global unlocked market. The international model supports LTE bands 2/4/5/12/25/25/41, meaning basic support for AT&T and T-Mobile networks, as well as full support for the CDMA and LTE bands used by Sprint. The NEX has a truly all-screen design.
  • Joss Whedon will return to sci-fi TV with HBO's The Nevers - Joss Whedon, the creator of acclaimed TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly, has been announced as showrunner for a new HBO series titled The Nevers. The Friday announcement confirms Whedon as "executive producer, showrunner, writer, and director" for his first-ever non-network TV series, following his RECENT executive producer and co-creator duties on the ongoing series Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. HBO describes the show as "an epic science-fiction drama about a gang of Victorian women who find themselves with unusual abilities," and its statement makes no bones about Whedon's legacy by claiming it "follows in the footsteps of Buffy." HBO did not announce a release window, actors, or other principal members of the cast and crew.
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars to Return With New Episodes - During San Diego Comic-Con, Disney announced the revival of an animated series that younger Star Wars fans grew up with a decade ago. Star Wars: The Clone Wars is set to return for a 12 episode run on Disney's direct-to-consumer streaming service. The first five seasons of the series introduced fan favorites like Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Padme to the series. Star Wars fans have spent the last decade begging for the creation of the final episodes to tie the story together.
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last 10 comments:
El_Coyote(08:54 PM CEST - Jul,22 2018 )
That teamviewer explot is more than a year old. many versions has been released since then.
I haven't check if it's still valid as i've switched to another provider myself.

heretic(09:12 PM CEST - Jul,22 2018 )
El_Coyote> That teamviewer explot is more than a year old. many versions has been released since then.
I haven't check if it's still valid as i've switched to another provider myself.

Yeah, looks like the fixed this bug long time ago.

So you really left Teamviewer? What's good alternative?

Teamviewer was best but since Permira acquired them they are too greedy and the software isn't so stable and troblefree like before :-(

El_Coyote(07:08 PM CEST - Jul,23 2018 )
Since my need is primarily private, I switched to google chrome remote desktop (and RealVNC for my raspberry pi's).
My problem with teamviwer is that it keeps detecting my usage as "commercial usages" and puts a 30 second limit on sessions.
Their forums are full of people with the same problems.

Tom(03:05 PM CEST - Jul,24 2018 )
El_Coyote> Since my need is primarily private, I switched to google chrome remote desktop (and RealVNC for my raspberry pi's).
My problem with teamviwer is that it keeps detecting my usage as "commercial usages" and puts a 30 second limit on sessions.
Their forums are full of people with the same problems.

Chrome is all I use, works with all my devices.. but sometimes SplashTop as it has some nice security features.

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