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Nov 21, 2020
Twitter begins rolling out their fleets feature
Twitter is now rolling out their launch of “Fleets” to various markets. What are “Fleets”? The easiest way to explain this one is to think of it like Instagram stories, […]
Nov 2, 2020
Raspberry Pi 400 released - A keyboard with a built-in Computer
The Raspberry Pi 400 is a compact keyboard with an ARM-based GB RAM computer built-in. Now that's different! All you need to do is plug it into your monitor, Insert […]
Oct 22, 2020
Acer Chromebook Spin 513 - First with a Snapdragon Processor
Acer has announced their next two Chromebooks - the Chromebook Spin 513 and Chromebook Enterprise Spin 513. These are the first of the Chrome OS-based laptops that will be powered […]
Sep 16, 2020
Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 - The Next Update Coming
The Galaxy Watch 3 is receiving yet another update. The initial release of this update has been seen in Vietnam and seems to be focused on the LTE variants of […]
Apr 8, 2020
Netflix PIN Option Added To Keep Your Account Safe!
When you end up giving in and sharing your Netflix password with your loved ones, you want to make sure your user account is untouchable. Not giving in the first […]
Apr 6, 2020
Video-Conferencing app Zoom to be "Banned" in NYC Schools
Many countries need to resort to video-calling in order to teach, work and perform certain tasks with people they cannot reach due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A video-conferencing app, in […]
Mar 28, 2020
Three Phishing Scam Targets Mobile Users Across the UK
Three mobile users across the UK are being targeted with a new phishing scam that is designed to steal your personal details. Cofense, a company that develops security software, has […]
Mar 19, 2020
How to track the Coronavirus Pandemic using a Dashboard
Many people around the world want to keep an eye on the COVID-19 pandemic. How many deaths? How many cases? Recoveries? Deaths? Which cities? Well now they can do that […]
Mar 18, 2020
Facebook Wrongly Removed Coronavirus posts off their Platform!
With all of the panic concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, Facebook has started removing legitimate URLs that are being shared as Facebook posts and comments. These URLs lead users to websites […]
Mar 11, 2020
Necurs Botnet Finally Offline Due to Microsoft!
Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit had coordinated to take down Necurs botnet and have now done so. The name doesn't ring a bell? Necurs was a botnet that is pretty well […]
Mar 4, 2020
Let's Encrypt Bug Leads to 3 Million HTTPS Certs Revoked!
Recently, a bug has been found in Let's Encrypt in their CAA code. This means that they now have to go over approved sites and potentially strip them of their […]
Feb 16, 2020
Over 500 Chrome Extensions Were Collecting and Uploading Private User Data
Recently, it was found that about 500 Chrome extensions on the Chrome Web Store have uploaded private browsing data to their own servers. These are potentially owned and controlled by […]
Feb 13, 2020
Coronavirus Shuts Down MWC 2020 Due to Health Concerns
As everyone has probably seen, the coronavirus is all over the news. It was first heard of in China but is now spreading across the world. How is this tech […]
Jan 3, 2020
US Maritime Base Offline Due to a Ransomware Attack!
A US maritime base was forced down for over thirty hours due to a ransomware attack. Officials has said they believed that the ransomware was sent in an email link. […]
Jan 3, 2020
Chrome OS 80 will let you sideload Android Apps on your Chromebook without developer mode
Most modern day Chromebooks come with the ability to run Android Apps. Some, come with the Google Playstore ready to be activated, signed in, and utilised. But, there was always […]
Dec 29, 2019
Deal - ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 Selling for $100 Off!
There's quite a few reasons why the winter holidays are amazing: food, people, gifts. But more importantly, deals! One of those deals include the ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 having $100 […]
Dec 8, 2019
20 VPS Companies Shut Down Leaving Customers 2 Days to Backup their Data
Virtual Private Servers are pretty useful. For example, you could run private analytics and manage your IoT devices pretty easy. Unfortunately, quite a few people have been affected by 20 […]
Nov 18, 2019
Chromebook Keyboard Shortcuts that may Surprise you!
Have you got a Chromebook and want to make your life a little easier? - you can do this by using some of the Chromebook keyboard shortcuts that you may […]
Nov 1, 2019
Urgent Chrome browser Security Bug Discovered - Update now!
Anyone who uses the Chrome Browser should read this! You need to update your web browsing software immediately to the latest version of Chrome for your security. The new version […]
Oct 22, 2019
FREE Samsung Developer Conference Ticket Giveaway #SDC19
It is almost time - SDC 2019 is coming around which means once again, we can give away another ticket to a lucky IoTG reader. This lucky winner will get […]
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