Don’t you just love it when you wake up to a massive security exploit that affects pretty much every device you own that has a processor? If you do, you’re going to love it when you find out that there are actually TWO massive security exploits that affect pretty much every device you own that has a processor.
They’re called Meltdown and Spectre, and here’s what you should know about these vulnerabilities as well as what you can do to keep yourself safe.
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You may have heard of Lenovo‘s new gaming lineup launch earlier this year. Yep, it’s Legion and the good news is that these affordable gaming laptops — the Y520 and Y720 — have arrived on Malaysian shores.
Yes, that’s right. Now YOU will be able to decide when your Windows will update. Windows 10 will not automatically take control of your computer and reset it at the worst possible moments anymore.
Here’s how the Windows 10 Creators Update will handle the system update:
The 2016 Rio Olympic games kicks off tomorrow with the opening ceremony beginning at 7am local time. We’re sure many of you would want to tune into the Olympic games, but may not know what’s the best way.
Well, we’ve got an easy method for you and best of all, it’s absolutely free of charge.
You’ve got to love the executives of Chinese companies, as they just love sharing little tit bits and teasers on Weibo. There are no particular losers when they decide to do so, consumers are hyped and the organisation gets free publicity once tech media sites pick up the story.
We’re just grasping at straws here though Huawei’s exec Richard Yu did post an image of a stylus – accompanied by a device that’ll be shown at launch – with the words “The new style of business” and the product launch schedule included.
No, you didn’t read that wrongly, we said MateBook, not MacBook.
Huawei has apparently gone to great lengths to put ownership on a name that we’d never expect. This comes after news that Chinese tech conglomerate will be entering the PC market in the near future. Supposedly, making a hybrid device that’ll rival the Microsoft’s Surface and other PC-makers’ 2-in-1s.
Combos, packages and all-in-ones, a compelling proposition for someone who has limited space in their homes/offices. While not as powerful as a custom-made tower, the HP Pavilion 23-inch AIO is a screen, a desktop, and by an extension a keyboard and mouse too.
But when you have iMacs, Dell’s XPS AIO and the Lenovo IdeaCentre line making their own case in homes and offices around the world, where does it fit?
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For all things about Chinese tech companies, we media bees usually rely on Weibo. Facebook is banned in China, so locals rely on Weibo for their social media needs. A source for both official and rumoured details on the latest Huawei and Xiaomi devices.
Weibo again comes to the rescue with rumours suggesting that Huawei will enter the PC segment with a device dubbed “MateBook” – cue raised eyebrows.
Communication began from face to face conversations and has become more of a virtual experience in its current state. No matter in voice, video or text, we’ve all found new ways to get our messages across. Words fly across our screens all the time, especially in our instant messaging apps, but are letters enough? Do they allow individuals to express themselves well? If you feel you’ve always used Emojis more often than just plain text, you should take a look at the keyboard by EmojiWorks’.