Mobile Design

Meltdown-Spectre: Four things every Windows admin needs to do now

By on Jan 10, 2018 in Mobile Design | 0 comments

The confetti from New Year’s Eve celebrations had barely been swept up before the first major security incident of 2018 arrived. News of a serious security flaw in modern processors broke on January 2, after engineers at every big technology company had spent a feverish few weeks and months dissecting the problem of “speculative execution side-channel...

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Why Google’s Fuschia won’t replace Android and Chrome OS

By on Jan 9, 2018 in Mobile Design | 0 comments

From the office of “rumor control,” I want to address a tiny elephant that’s been running rampant in the room. I want to preface this by saying, I have no proof of what I’m about to defend, nor do I have direct contact with anyone at Google about the platform in question. With that said, I do not believe Fuschia will not be replacing Android...

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Who’s affected by computer chip security flaw – News

By on Jan 7, 2018 in Mobile Design | 0 comments

Technology companies are scrambling to fix serious security flaws affecting computer processors built by Intel and other chipmakers and found in many of the world’s personal computers and smartphones. The two hardware bugs discovered can be exploited to allow the memory content of a computer to be leaked. Such a leak could potentially expose stored passwords and...

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Operating System Vendors Rushing Out Fixes for Intel Chip Flaw

By on Jan 6, 2018 in Mobile Design | 0 comments

Today’s topics include operating system vendors’ efforts to issue a fix for an Intel chip flaw; Microsoft’s acquisition of Avere Systems for its cloud data management technology; Google’s new Community Connectors that link Data Studio to web data resources; and the potential benefits of T-Mobile’s early tests of commercial-grade 5G wireless...

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Who’s affected by computer chip security flaw?

By on Jan 5, 2018 in Mobile Design | 0 comments

Technology companies are scrambling to fix serious security flaws affecting computer processors built by Intel and other chipmakers and found in many of the world’s personal computers and smartphones. The two hardware bugs discovered can be exploited to allow the memory content of a computer to be leaked. Such a leak could potentially expose stored passwords...

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