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Kaspersky Lab Announces Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 and Kaspersky Anti Virus 2015

by Dee-Ker · 2 days ago · 2 Comments · 901 views

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Kaspersky Lab, together with Kaspersky Asia Pacific brand ambassador Jay Chou, have announced the latest range of software security products in Malaysia, which includes the Kaspersky Anti Virus 2015 and Internet Security 2015 at the ongoing Malaysia IT Fair 2014.

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Kaspersky Lab Releases New Updated Product Line for Home Users

by Dee-Ker · 3 days ago · 1 Comment · 415 views

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Kaspersky Lab has announced the release of its latest range of security software for home users: Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2015, Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 and Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 – Multi-Device.

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Apple Patents A Flexible Shape-shifting Display

by Dee-Ker · 4 days ago · 1 Comment · 1.3k views

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Apple has just been awarded a patent from the US Patents and Trademark Office for “Electronic devices with flexible displays” that involves multiple display panel layers with incorporated actuators that morphs into buttons, sliders, toggle switches, and more.

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Windows 9 Might Be Unveiled On 30 September: Followed By The Release of Tech Preview

by Syefri Zulkefli · 1 week ago · 9 Comments · 2.7k views

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Released in 2012, Windows 8 is barely two years old but it is widely known that Microsoft is already working on the next iteration of the operating system. Codenamed “Threshold and referred by many as Windows 9, the new operating system is expected to be released to consumers sometime in 2015 according to early information but it seems like that we might be able to see it in action very soon.

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Google Chrome Will Begin Red-Flagging Misleading Downloads

by Izzuddin Helmi · 2 weeks ago · No Comments · 1k views

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We’ve seen this happen countless times: you go to a website to download software and reach a download page with several “Click to Download” buttons, where only one is the actual download link. Clicking on these misleading ads could be a nasty affair, where you could be redirected to a site that automatically downloads malware without your knowing, or even pop-ups that parade you with scareware, prompting you to download bogus anti-virus software. Worse still is when some sites are actually hosting malware that is disguised as useful software. Thankfully, Google is helping to clear that out.

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Unreal Tournament Fan-Made Pre-Alpha Build Available

by Farhan · 2 weeks ago · No Comments · 311 views

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Gamers who cannot wait for Epic Games to officially get started on the next installment of Unreal Tournament can technically get in on the action now. A group of UT fan developers have made a pre-alpha prototype build public for community feedback. While most of the graphics and gameplay are still placeholders, it provides a first look at the development process of the game.

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Microsoft Researches The Next Level Of Touchscreen Haptic Feedback

by Dee-Ker · 3 weeks ago · 2 Comments · 1.6k views

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Microsoft Research is currently working on a new technology that brings a more advanced haptic feedback to touchscreens on the displays of devices like smartphones, tablets, and computers.

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Next Version Of Windows Expected To Drop Charms; Introduce Virtual Desktops

by Farhan · 3 weeks ago · 3 Comments · 1.9k views

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Rumours are beginning to circulate that Microsoft is preparing to drop the Charms bar for the next version of Windows. Widely assumed to be called Windows 9 (codenamed Threshold), the next iteration of the world’s most widespread operating system appears to be removing even more of the features that ended up underutilised in Windows 8. It is also believed that Virtual Desktops will be added as features; despite the option already having existed in Mac OS X and Linux for several years.

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Valve May Have Quietly Launched The Source 2 Engine

by Farhan · 3 weeks ago · No Comments · 827 views

Dota 2 Compendium Update

Gamers have been eagerly waiting news about the impending launch of Valve’s Source 2 with little to show for it. However, it appears that the new gaming engine has made an appearance in the most recent update to the Dota 2 Workshop. The revelation was first made on Reddit, where user RoyAwesome noticed some significant changes to the file system of the modding tools.

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Hacker Claims To Have Found Vulnerability In Passenger Aircraft Software

by Farhan · 4 weeks ago · No Comments · 1.1k views

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A cyber security researcher claims to have found a method of hacking into satellite communication systems of passenger planes. Ruben Santamarta, a consultant with IOactive, is scheduled to reveal the details of his discovery at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas this week. If he is right, it could spur a complete review of aircraft security.

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China Drops Foreign Security Software Providers

by Farhan · 4 weeks ago · No Comments · 733 views

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The Chinese government has dropped foreign security software providers from its list of approved vendors. With both Kaspersky and Symantec no longer listed as options, China will now rely purely on local experts for its security needs. State controlled news portal, People’s Daily, broke the news while also indicating that other foreign technology companies are also being dropped in favour of local solutions. Apparently Microsoft is the only remaining vendor that isn’t Chinese left on any technology procurement list.

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Australians Hack ATM To Play Doom

by Farhan · 1 month ago · No Comments · 1.4k views

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Classic first person shooter Doom appears to be the default go-to game for hackers who want to make traditionally boring machines interesting. The latest device to join the Doom-capable club happens to be an automatic teller machine in Australia. Controls are done using the standard ATM keypad, although the two Aussies behind the project intend to get the buttons on the sides of the display to function as weapons selectors.

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