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Take a look at the Honda EV Dashboard from Honda

Honda Urban EV is one of the most anticipated vehicles to be shown at the Geneva Motor Show next month. As a spiritual (and technological) successor to the revered Civic hatchback, the Urban EV is said to feature a number of high-tech toys, features and functionality when it hits the market in the near future (unfortunately only in Europe). Honda …

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Researchers Exploit Intel SGX to hide malware

A team of researchers have discovered a malicious code on Intel chips in this way that antivirus software is unable to detect it. Skylake processors back in 2015, the company software Guard eXtensions (SGX). Researchers Michael Schwarz, Samuel Weiser and Daniel. The enclaves operate within a hardware-isolated section of the CPU's processing memory Greetings (who helped discover last year's Specter …

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macOS 10.15: what we want to see

Over the past few months, macOS Mojave has grown to become one of the best iterations of Apple's operating system (OS) we've seen yet. With its system-wide Dark Fashion and tools for creatives, it improved on nearly every aspect of macOS High Sierra . But, that leaves us wondering: what does macOS 10.15 look like? Every year, we get a …

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Intel's mysterious Core i9-9990XE 14-core processor costs $ 2,300

The introduction of the ninth generation of Intel processors was a wild run with the introduction of new F-Series processors, the company's first 28-core processor and the secret sale of an Intel Core i9-9990XE chip. According to Puget Systems, Intel was running a secret quarterly auction, selling the company's new, previously unavailable, 14-core Core i9-9990XE processor for $ 2,300. This …

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British companies are more worried about Brexit than the DSDPR

IT decision makers across the UK have begun to see how data regulation can positively impact their organizations' business activities, according to new research by NetApp. The company interviewed IT executives, CIOs and CTOs of 501 UK companies find that more than half (53%) believe that data regulation has or will have a positive impact, while only 18% see adverse …

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One-third of businesses can not protect themselves from data breaches

According to a new research from the Ponemon Institute, one-third of companies lack the time and resources needed to prevent cyber-attacks that could lead to a data breach Vulnerability Management, "the Balbix Institute said More than 600 cybersecurity experts show that organizations have difficulty implementing the modern security solutions required to protect their data Appropriate security against data breaches is …

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NHS needs to use e-mail as the default says Health Minister

The NHS was asked to switch to e-mail correspondence to modernize and rescue the service in the millions. Undersecretary for Health and Welfare, Matt Hancock, has called on the NHS to cease the use of the fax and the post office with the latest attempt to update the health service with the technology. At a conference in London, Hancock criticized …

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