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U.S. government must stop using Kaspersky Lab antivirus software. Should you switch too?

After the U.S. government banned federal agencies from using Kaspersky Lab software last week, worries rippled through the consumer market for antivirus software. Best Buy and Office Depot said they will no longer sell software made by the Russian company, although one security researcher said most consumers don’t need to be alarmed. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security cited concerns about possible ties between unnamed Kaspersky officials and the Kremlin and Russian intelligence services. The department also said Russian law…

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New York governor wants credit-reporting firms to follow cyber rules

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Monday that he wants credit-reporting firms to comply with the state’s cyber-security regulations, the latest government official to crack down on the industry in the wake of the massive Equifax hack. Also on Monday, Bloomberg News reported that federal authorities have opened a criminal probe into stock sales by three Equifax Inc (EFX.N) executives before the company disclosed the massive data breach, news that has weighed heavily on the…

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China Communist Party Youth Twitter account prompts abuse

Image copyright Twitter / @ccylchina Image caption The Twitter account appeared to be set up on Friday Setting up a Twitter account may seem a fairly obvious thing for a political party to do, but the step has not so far worked for an account in the name of China’s Communist Party. The account, which claimed to be from the party’s youth wing, made its debut on Friday with a chirpy one-liner – “I’m here!” – and a picture of…

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PES 2018 Review | bit-tech.net

Price: £40   Developer: PES Productions  Publisher: Konami  Platform(s): PC, PS4, Xbox One Version Reviewed: PS4 The new football season is upon us, and another year brings with it another iterative release of Konami’s foot-to-ball franchise, as PES returns for its 2018 season. PES 2018 is a conservative entry in the series, parking the bus on the football series by playing it safe. However, while it only takes small steps forward, they’re confident ones, and it reaffirms PES’ role as…

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Toys R Us files for bankruptcy

Getty/Bennett Raglin The toy retailer Toys R Us filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Monday. The retailer made the move as part of an effort to pay down $5 billion in debt it owes as a result of a leveraged buyout in 2005, according to an earlier report from The Wall Street Journal. The chain’s trio of owners — the private-equity firms Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Bain Capital Partners and the real-estate investment trust Vornado Realty Trust — bought the company in…

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Apple blocking ads that follow users around web is ‘sabotage’, says industry | Technology

For the second time in as many years, internet advertisers are facing unprecedented disruption to their business model thanks to a new feature in a forthcoming Apple software update. iOS 11, the latest version of Apple’s operating system for mobile devices, will hit users’ phones and tablets on Tuesday. It will include a new default feature for the Safari web browser dubbed “intelligent tracking prevention”, which prevents certain websites from tracking users around the net, in effect blocking those annoying…

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Containers – The Next Small Thing – TechNet UK Blog

While application systems are always getting larger, the trend is for them to be made from smaller and smaller components.  To deploy and operate microservices and lightweight application components, development and DevOps teams are increasingly considering using containers, an operating system virtualisation technology. The trend of creating applications from a larger number of smaller components has meant some of them have become so small they no longer need a whole server to themselves – even a very small one.  However,…

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How Do Astronauts Look After Their Mental Health?

NASA is funding a study to work out how to treat the mental health of Astronauts on long-duration space missions. As part of the research, an e-mental health tool developed by researchers at Black Dog Institute will be trialled this month. myCompass is an interactive self-help tool which gives evidence-based psychological interventions for depression and anxiety, such as cognitive behaviour therapy, entirely via online platforms. The fully automated and free program lets you access personalised treatment plans anytime on your…

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Samsung Galaxy S9 may have a 1,000 fps camera

Samsung is reportedly working on a camera that can take up to 1,000 pictures a second. According to KoreaIT News, the South Korean tech giant is nearing completion of the testing phase, with mass production expected to begin in November. Presumably, this is so Samsung can include the specialized camera into its upcoming Galaxy S9 smartphone, which will release sometime next year. KoreaIT News says that Samsung is working on what it refers to as a “three-layered image sensor.” Normally, a…

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How I survived my two-week digital diet

Ofelia Legaspi goes two weeks with old technology like the walkman, discman and a point and shoot camera.  (Steve Russell / Toronto Star) | Order this photo   By Ofelia LegaspiSpecial to the Star Fri., Nov. 13, 2015 I’m a Millennial and I’m lucky. I was born in 1984, right on the cusp of the tech takeover. I recall text-commanded DOS computers, the grating sound of dial-up Internet and the advent of the first clunky cellphones the size of cordless receivers. It…

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