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Cybersecurity has never been more important, yet there are new high-profile breaches seemingly on a daily basis. To combat those with malicious intent, penetration testers are employed to find weak spots in defenses.

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The internet is a wonderful place, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t people out there who want to take advantage of weak security and exploitable loopholes. On the same note, our privacy is dwindling, with data containing our information being sold to the highest bidder. A VPN can help keep you safe and keep your information your own.

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Google takes ARCore mainstream, brings Google Lens to hundreds more phones

Great news for those who live in an augmented reality.

Since its debut at 2017’s Google I/O conference, Google Lens has been impressing users with its ability to parse actionable and useful information from existing photos on the company’s own Pixel phones. It rolled out in October within the Photos app, and then expanded to Google Assistant in November.

At the same time, Google has been touting its augmented reality platform, ARCore, as a simplified and more  [Read More…]

Google Assistant is now available on hundreds of millions of Android phones

Google Assistant is rolling out to millions of Android phones without the need for a carrier or manufacturer update, and that’s a big deal.

From just two handsets to hundreds, Google has lifted the device restriction on its AI helper, Google Assistant.

Announced earlier this week, Google Assistant will replace Google Now and Now on Tap on any device running Android 6.0 and above that supports Google Play Services. That doesn’t sound like a lot, but it is: nearly  [Read More…]

Become a CompTIA certified IT professional with hundreds off this comprehensive training bundle

Getting started in the IT field can be difficult at the beginning. There is so much that you should know, so many certifications that you will want to have, and it can get quite expensive in a short amount of time. You could spend lots of money and time to learn the basics and get started, or you could do it in your free time at an affordable price.

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Lenovo lays off hundreds of Motorola employees

Over 95% of Motorola’s workforce has departed the company in the last four years.

Lenovo has announced a new round of layoffs. Globally, the layoffs impact “less than 2 percent of its 55,000 employees,” with a majority of the job cuts targeted at Motorola employees in the U.S. According to Droid-Life, over 50% of Motorola’s workforce in the U.S. is being let go, affecting over 700 jobs out of the remaining 1,200. That’s a reduction of  [Read More…]

Use these data calculators to estimate how much data you need and potentially save hundreds of dollars

Figuring out data plans for smartphones can be very confusing if you actually try to break down file size based on activity. It is hard to predict how much data you’re going to use when you don’t know how much data specific activities actually use. For example, a song that you stream can use as little as one

Google adds hundreds of new themes and new emoji to Gmail’s web interface

Gmail’s web interface can now be customized even further, as Google has added hundreds of new themes for users to pick from, along with some new emoji as well. There will be tons of new images to select from as the background, some of them captured by Googlers themselves, and once you find the right one you can use Google’s editing tools to make it look even better with your messages.

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Prime Stations strum their way to the Amazon Echo, putting hundreds of ad-free stations a voice command away

Amazon’s Echo got yet another new feature, and this time it is the addition of Prime Stations, which brings tons of ad-free music to the device.

Recently the Amazon Echo has been getting integration with a bunch of new services, and the most recent is Prime Stations. It wasn’t that long ago that we saw Prime Stations become available to Android users, and now the service is available on the Echo, allowing music to be controlled  [Read More…]