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  • Best Gaming Monitors 2018: G-Sync, FreeSync, Budget and More - After years of near-stagnation, the monitor space - and the gaming monitor space in particular - has exploded with innovation in recent years. There's screen-smoothing adaptive refresh (in both AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync flavors), ultra-high refresh rates (up to 240Hz!), curved displays and ultra-wides (both aimed at increasing immersion) and pixel-dense 4K screens with high refresh that are visually stunning but as hard on the wallet as they are on pretty much any graphics card setup.
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  • Evidence of Supermicro Infected Hardware Found at U.S. Telecom -  Bloomberg says that security expert Yossi Appleboum has found evidence of altered Supermicro hardware in a major U.S. telecom's network. Mr. Appleboum has worked for the Israeli Army Intelligence Corps and is now co-chief executive officer of Sepio Systems in Gaithersburg, Maryland. His company was hired to scan data centers for an undisclosed telecom and discovered that a server was performing unusual communications. An implant was discovered on the server's Ethernet connector. He says that his company has seen other modifications on hardware being imported from China and explained that Supermicro isn't the only victim of the Chinese supply chain.      
  • Super Micro mobos used by Apple, Amazon contained Chinese spy chips - In response to the discovery, Apple is reported to have scrapped some 7,000 Super Micro servers in its data centers, and Amazon sold off a Chinese data center. Apple ended its relationship with Super Micro in 2016, although it maintains that this was for unrelated reasons. Super Micro, Apple, and Amazon all deny every part of the Bloomberg story. Amazon says that it's untrue that "[Amazon Web Services] worked with the FBI to investigate or provide data about malicious hardware;" Apple writes that it is "not aware of any investigation by the FBI," and Super Micro similarly is "not aware of any investigation regarding this topic." Bloomberg may be misunderstanding the 2016 incident in which a Super Micro server with malware-infected firmware was found in Apple's design lab.
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  • Apple Releases iOS 12.0.1 to Clean Up Bugs -  Apple has made iOS 12.0.1 available to iPhones and iPads. This is the first public update since Apple released iOS 12 last month. The goal of today's update is to resolve performance issues and stamp out bugs that were part of the initial public release. For example, iOS 12.0.1 tackles a problem that prevented some iPhone Xs devices from charging properly via the Lightning port. It resolves a problem that caused iPhone Xs devices to join 2.4 GHz WiFi networks instead of 5 GHz networks. It fixes an issue that made Bluetooth unavailable, and a problem that prevented subtitles from appearing in some apps. It also restores the original position of the ".?123" key on the iPad keyboard, which had been switched with the emoji key. iOS 12.0.1 is free to download from Apple.                          
  • Apple Plans to Give Away Original Content for Free to Device Owners - Apple has revealed that iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV owners will be getting original content on its upcoming digital video service for free. Subscription options, such as HBO and Starz, will be available for those wanting premium channels for a fee.
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  • Google to Shut Down Google+ After Security Lapse - Google has came clean about a security problem it first discovered in March. One of the APIs that helps people share their account profiles with others through Google+ was inadvertently left open for apps to access. Google says about 438 apps had the ability to access user data, including name, email address, occupation, gender, and age, for a lengthy period of time. As far as Google knows, none of the 438 apps were aware of or used the security hole to take user data. Google believes the public profile data of about 500,000 people was left exposed, though not accessed. Google patched the bug immediately in March, but chose not to reveal this information to the public for fear of regulatory reprisal. Further, Google says Google+ has seen traffic diminish significantly, with 90% of sessions lasting less than five seconds. Due to the security lapse and the low usage, Google has chosen to sunset Google+. Consumers will have 10 months, through August 2019, to download their data before Google+ is turned off permanently. Google+ initially hoped to be a social networking alternative to Facebook. It later scaled back the service with a focus on businesses and groups                   
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last 10 comments:
devilhood(12:34 AM CEST - Oct,15 2018 )
Apple fucking stinks. Fuck Apple.

I stopped using the iSnowflake a year ago and haven't looked back.

Csimbi(03:29 PM CEST - Oct,15 2018 )
quote:
With two of the largest smartphone manufacturers in the world dropping support for it, it seems the days of the headphone jack are numbered, indeed.

I would be okay with this but the vulnerabilities that exist in Bluetooth won't let you use any wireless peripheral.
Bluetooth must be disabled you get hacked, period.
And that leaves you with wired headsets only.

quote:
Could You Answer Elon Musk's Tricky Interview Question?

Wow. That was depressing.
Noone actually listened to the question...
Ouch.
Seems to work well with stressed people (and idiots who open their mouth before thinking).

If you listened to the question, you would know that the statement is wrong because you are not quite where you started: you are one mile west of your origin.
You would be at the same place only if you went 1 mile to the east.

Tom(07:07 PM CEST - Oct,15 2018 )
devilhood> Apple fucking stinks. Fuck Apple.

Stopped using their products a year ago and haven't looked back.


Never used their products, knew they sucked from the start. :wink:

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