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Nokia 3310 launched in India at Rs 3310


The display is better than the monochrome display of the old Nokia 3310 which had a resolution of 48×48 pixels. It is powered by a 1200mAh battery that is rated to deliver a maximum talk time of up to 22.1 hours, listening to MP3 songs it is rated to go for 51 hours, and its standby time extends to 31 days. Read More »

Almost 1 million tune in to watch Derek Jeter's speech

He'd later add that Jeter is likely the greatest Yankee player of all-time. Adam Warren (1-0) got the win as the Yankees stopped a three-game slide. At his jersey retirement ceremony, the star shortstop admitted to reporters that he has no idea what he's in for. "Outstanding, he deserve it man", Ortiz said while holding out a thumbs up. Read More »

Don't click: What is the 'ransomware' WannaCry worm?

Microsoft had "patched", or fixed it, in updates of recent versions of Windows since March, but many users did not apply the software fix. Previous year an acute-care hospital in Hollywood paid $17 000 in bitcoin to an extortionist who hijacked its computer systems and forced doctors and staff to revert to pen and paper for record-keeping. Read More »

Apple Releases iOS 10.3.2 Update

It's best to err on the side of caution this time. If you have your Apple TV set to update automatically, it may already be installed, or the process may start on its own when you turn on your Apple TV. You install the 41.7 MB update via the Watch app on your iPhone (in Watch Settings General Software Update ). You'll need to be connected to Wi-Fi to download the latest iOS version, and have enough battery or be plugged to your charger. Read More »

Fallen Ghosts expansion coming to Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands this month


If you're still tearing up Ghost Recon Wildlands' Bolivian sandbox or wishing you had more of a reason to do so, here's something to keep in mind: the next expansion isn't far off. Jammers come with a jamming antenna in their backpack and are able to neutralise drones and interfere with all electronic equipment. Fallen Ghosts adds a new campaign with 15 new missions . Read More »

Are you vulnerable? How to protect against the global 'WannaCrypt ransomware attack'

Microsoft released patches last month and on Friday to fix a vulnerability that allowed the worm to spread across networks, a rare and powerful feature that caused infections to surge on Friday. Russia's health ministry said its attacks were "effectively repelled". French carmaker Renault's assembly plant in Slovenia halted production after it was targeted. Read More »

Trusts were told about security patch last month — NHS cyberattack

It said the ransomware called "WannaCry" or "WannaCrypt" encrypts the computer's hard-disk drive and then spreads laterally between computers on the same local area network (LAN). The firm said ((http://tinyurl.com/my5qurg )) it has warned about the exponential growth of ransomware, or crimeware, as well as the dangers of sophisticated surveillance tools used by governments. Read More »

FireEye, Inc. (FEYE) Gained 2.35% in the last trading session

Following the completion of the transaction, the president now owns 544,861 shares in the company, valued at approximately $6,162,377.91. The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the SEC, which is accessible through this link . KEX's profit will be $26.37 million for 34.41 P/E if the $0.49 EPS becomes a reality. FireEye had a negative net margin of 67.23% and a negative return on equity of 37.85%. Read More »

Ransomware Cyber-Attack A Wake-Up Call, Microsoft Warns


The ransomware, called WannaCry , locked down all the files on an infected computer and asked the computer's administrator to pay in order to regain control of them. The ransomware's rapid spread suggests that many organizations have been slow to update their systems to newer versions of Microsoft's Windows operating system that address the bug, which likely aided the worm's movement. Read More »

HTC U11 shown off on video ahead of official debut


Expected to be called Edge Sense, the technology will place sensors around body of the phone that will be used to control various functions. The app cannot be downloaded neither does it have any description but the screenshots give you a pretty good idea as to what HTC plans to demonstrate. Read More »

Corwin's celebrating National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day


In 1937, Ruth Graves Wakefield of Whitman, Massachusetts must have been curious what a little bit of chocolate would add to her cookies. My mom is an fantastic baker, but her favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe came from her best friend, Pat Crawford. Read More »

Maruti to revitalise sedan market with new Dzire


The 2017 Maruti Dzire could have had a longer version with a bigger boot for the export markets, provided if there was enough demand for the vehicle. Last week, rival Hyundai Motors India had also launched an upgraded version of Xcent that competes with Dzire . Read More »

The internet is whipping out some Core-i9 tales


These are the Intel Core i9 , which will appear in the next few weeks in two versions with 10 and 12 process cores and will also have up to 44 PCIe tracks to create desktop PCs with truly fantastic features. Although if past is any indication then it would be quite good as is expected from Intel . According to WCCF Tech , the Intel Skylake X Core i9-7920X processor is a juggernaut featuring a total of 12 cores and 24 threads. Read More »

Windows Store To Support iTunes Soon


A great productivity feature that's been announced for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is the new Timeline feature. This announcement was also accompanied by the news of the arrival of WSL , commonly called Bash on Windows, on Windows Server. Read More »

How much has been paid to ransomware hackers REVEALED — NHS cyber attack


The cyber attack that crippled NHS computer systems is the biggest of its kind ever launched, security chiefs have said. Security experts have warned that a second wave of the virus would attack Asia on Monday. As a loose global network of cybersecurity experts fought the ransomware hackers, in China, state media said more than 29,000 institutions had been infected along with hundreds of thousands of devices. Read More »

Microsoft says cyber attack should be wake up call for governments

More than 75,000 similar attacks reportedly happened in nearly 100 countries, with Russia, Ukraine and Taiwan hardest hit, according to the cybersecurity firm Avast. Hidden in the code was an unregistered web address which the virus would always try to contact when first infecting a computer. This move will prevent their systems from falling prey to the malware that has attacked payment systems across the world. Read More »

Ransomware attack should be wake-up call for governments

Following that, it automatically spreads to all linked computers. Once all of the files are encrypted, users recieve a "ransom" message asking for a payment to unlock the files. Anyone who hasn't updated their Windows PC recently. These updates need to be taken seriously. At least eight Australian businesses have been hit by a global cyber attack, but the country appears to have avoided the worst. Read More »

Liberty Global plc (NASDAQ:LBTYA) Needle Ticks -11.61% For the Week

Howard Hughes Medical Institute now owns 7,750 shares of the company's stock valued at $265,000 after buying an additional 120 shares in the last quarter. For the current quarter the company has high EPS estimates of $0.28 in contradiction of low EPS estimates of $-0.24. Since the start of the New Year, Liberty Global plc (NASDAQ:LBTYA) shares have seen a move of -0.98%. Read More »

Uber Self-Driving Car Program Goes Back To Court


He finished up by noting that Uber has voluntarily moved Levandowski away from any work on lidar, even though in his view Waymo hasn't met the legal standard for getting an injunction. Waymo has not been able to search Mr Levandowski's personal laptop - or even question him about it - as he is invoking his Fifth Amendment rights, the part of United States law that means people cannot be forced to incriminate themselves. Read More »

North Korea Tests Missile That Comes Dangerously Close to Russian Federation

Official reports from South Korea, Japan, and the United States all state that the missile flew high and splashed down off North Korea's northeast coast, near Russian territory. North Korea is not thought to be able yet to make a nuclear warhead small enough to mount on a long-range missile, though some outside analysts think it can arm shorter-range missiles with warheads. Read More »

All you need to know about the Ransomware attack

According to an NDTV report , however, over 100 systems of the Andhra Pradesh police have been affected by the ransomware. Britain's National Health Service said about a fifth of NHS trusts - the regional bodies that run hospitals and clinics - were hit by the attack on Friday, leading to thousands of canceled appointments and operations. Read More »

Amazon officially launches Echo Show - Alexa's touch screen bigger brother

How does the new model compare to each one of them? The original Amazon Echo, released in 2014 and now selling for $149.99, is a tall cylindrical smart speaker that comes with built-in microphones. When you're not using the Show's screen it will display the next appointment in your calendar and it can also tell you who might be up for a chat with the "Drop in" feature. Read More »

Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) Receives Buy Rating from Oppenheimer Holdings Inc


Amazon.com, Inc. ( AMZN ) stock price rose 32.86 percent over the past one year, while increased 27.65 percent during the past 6 months. Other research analysts have also issued research reports about the stock. "( AMZN ) Rating Reiterated by Susquehanna Bancshares Inc" was reported by The Cerbat Gem and is the sole property of of The Cerbat Gem. In related news, CEO Jeffrey P. Read More »

WannaCry Ransomware: Microsoft Calls Out NSA For 'Stockpiling' Vulnerabilities

The Europol chief said his agency was working with the US Federal Bureau of Investigation to find those responsible, and that more than one person was likely to be involved. "We think Asia-Pacific was impacted probably not as heavily as the European regions, but I don't think they dodged a bullet", said Tim Wellsmore, Asia-Pacific director for threat intelligence at FireEye, a California-based network security company. Read More »