A Linux-based trojan that targets government systems has been uncovered, although it is unknown how long it has been in operation. The trojan itself is not entirely unknown, both Symantec and Kaspersky Lab have previously detailed the Windows version of the malware known as Turla; this, however, represents a new dimension to the threat that could indicate that it is more widespread than expected.
The year is coming to an end and Christmas is around the corner so prepare for a lot of shopping deals and promotions. Apple’s online store for Malaysia is now offering free shipping on all orders made on the website so whether you’re buying an iPhone 6 or just a Lightning cable for your brand new iPad Air 2, you can have them shipped to your doorstep for absolutely no extra charge at all.
PlayStation 4 exclusive Destiny will be receiving its first piece of paid DLC soon, although users who have pre-ordered The Dark Below expansion have discovered that their games have been locked until the additional content is made available. This hasn’t affected everyone, as it appears to be confined to only the digital PS4 version.
Samsung and Oculus have made the Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition available in the US, with more territories and countries set to see the headset in 2015. While this is not technically a fully commercial version of the wearable, it is a massive step into getting VR headsets accepted by the general public.
Always wanted to find that old photo that you or your friends have shared many years back, but it’s such a hassle to scroll through thousands of photos just to locate one? Well, Facebook has just updated its Graph Search, making it a whole lot easier to stalk find things that your friends posted before. To make things even better, the update also brings Graph Search to iOS users so you can stalk search for things while you’re on the go.
HP and gaming rarely exist in same sentence these days but some time ago, the company was actually ambitious enough to venture into that particular area of the market. The company even acquired VoodooPC, a high performance PC company in order to push its position in the gaming market.
Together, they came out with the Voodoo Omen gaming desktop in 2008 but unfortunately, HP’s gaming ambition fizzled out not long after that. Hence, it seems a bit weird that HP has decided to bring the Omen name back to life once again in 2014. This time around though, it is reincarnated as HP Omen gaming laptop instead of its original desktop form factor.
Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) earlier today has temporarily shut down its official website after the site was defaced by an unknown party with statements in Vietnamese language. It appears that it was done in retaliation to the violent attack on Vietnamese supporters by a group of Malaysian fans that took place at Stadium Shah Alam last night.
Announced back in October, Spotify Family was the music streaming company’s plan to encourage households to purchase Spotify premium subscriptions at a discounted price. Now, Spotify Family is officially available in Malaysia and the prices will start from RM 22.35 for the user and one family member.