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Windows Defender is the latest thing Microsoft has broken – here’s how to fix it

Windows Defender is the latest thing Microsoft ...

September 21, 2019 By King

Microsoft has broken something else with an update – this appears to be becoming a bad habit of late – and this time it’s Windows Defender, although the problem has now been fixed according to the software giant. So what is this issue, exactly? Well, an update for Windows Defender which fixed a previous bug has (once again) triggered

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How to schedule Android 10’s dark theme for any...

September 15, 2019 By King

The dark theme in Android 10 is one of the most anticipated features in the update, but it’s missing some options that users want. One of those is the ability to schedule the dark and light themes in Android 10 based on the time of day and now, thanks to a third-party developer, that’s possible. Originally,

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How to schedule Android 10’s dark theme for any time of day
Is The Fastest Storage Array In The World Now From IBM?

Is The Fastest Storage Array In The World Now F...

September 13, 2019 By King

3D illustration of super computer server racks in datacenter DEPOSITPHOTO There are very few architectures in the computing world like a mainframe. It delivers obscenely high levels of performance while simultaneously scaling towards the upper reaches of what you’d believe is feasible. It does this without any performance hiccups. Mainframes are built for continuous up-time.

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Dell EMC upgrades PowerMax storage systems with...

September 11, 2019 By King

Dell EMC overhauled its PowerMax storage systems to include dual port Intel Optane drives, NVMe over Fabric across the portfolio and integrations with VMware, Ansible and Kubernetes. The company’s PowerMax line launched a year ago to target industries such as banking, cloud service providers and healthcare that need low latency and resiliency. In addition, the

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Dell EMC upgrades PowerMax storage systems with NVMe over fabric, dual port Intel Optane drives
Facebook’s lead EU regulator is asking questions about its latest security fail

Facebook’s lead EU regulator is asking question...

September 6, 2019 By King

Facebook’s  lead data protection regulator in Europe has confirmed it’s put questions to the company about a major security breach that we reported on yesterday. “The DPC became aware of this issue through the recent media coverage and we immediately made contact with Facebook and we have asked them a series of questions. We are awaiting Facebook’s

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Warning Issued For Millions Of Microsoft Window...

September 3, 2019 By King

Windows 10 users haven’t had it easy in recent months. And while some problems were out of Microsoft’s control, the company has brought a lot of problems on itself. And now users need to watch out for another. Windows 10 1903 users risk breaking their Bluetooth connectivity with Microsoft’s latest update STEVE KOTECKI Picked up by the eagle eyes

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Warning Issued For Millions Of Microsoft Windows 10 Users
Lock in a Lifetime of Secure and Convenient Cloud Storage with Koofr

Lock in a Lifetime of Secure and Convenient Clo...

September 1, 2019 By King

If you’re still relying on traditional, external hard drives when it comes to backing up and transferring your data, you’re missing out. Cloud storage services have come a long way since their admittedly shaky inception, and it’s now possible to store everything from small files to entire hard drives securely online. But not all cloud

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The hottest smart gadgets from European startup...

August 31, 2019 By King

IoT (Internet of Things) is a rapidly growing industry within the field of technology. It is one of the widest ecosystems as it comprises a whole lot of devices. A few years back, there were very few smart devices that let you do basic tasks such as turning your lights on via a smartphone. Now, the

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The hottest smart gadgets from European startups making life easier in 2019