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A bug in Word apparently targeted by scammers trying to steal banking logins will be patched, Microsoft has said. To continue reading the full article courtesy of the BBC UK, please click the following photo:
It's almost impossible to avoid the cloud now, because of the movement of commercial and government services to the web, the multiplication of computing devices and the rapid growth in smartphones. These different trends reinforce one another. To read the entire article courtesy of The Guardian; please click on the following picture:
Britain's new cyber security chief says attacks by Russia- and China-sponsored hackers have 'threatened national security'. To read the full article courtesy of The Guardian UK, please click on the picture below
Electronics giant LG has admitted its new premium-priced computer displays experience "performance issues" when placed near a wi-fi router. To read the full article courtesy of the BBC UK, please click on the picture below:
Samsung has delayed the launch of its upcoming Galaxy S8 smartphone following the results of its months-long investigation into the Note 7 fires. To read the full article, courtesy of The Telegraph, please click the picture below:
Samsung has permanently ceased production of its high-end Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after reports of devices it had deemed safe catching fire. Click the picture below to read the full article, courtesy of the BBC:
Only a week before Apple are set to announce their latest smartphone, Samsung is recalling its flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphone and said that battery problems were behind phones catching fire. Click the picture below to read the full article, courtesy of the BBC.