How irrelevant mobile hacker destroys lives
Violet Blue explains how SIM-swap attacks were used to steal an online account and even for $ 100,000 from a victim's bank account. In those attacks someone uses personal information to convince your mobile service provider to transfer your number and associated phone account to the device in the attacker's possession.
If you use accounts that confirm your identity with a text message, you may also be vulnerable to them. One man who lost $ 25,000, his Gmail and his Twitter got his phone number just to see T-Mobile resubmit the hacker.
Reactions to leaving Jony Ivo from Apple
Now that we've had time to think about news that Apple's design chief Jony Ive – a man behind iconic products like the iPod, iPhone, and more – goes away, what does that mean? Nicole Lee believes that Ivvo's legacy and how he helped her become what she is today, pointing out that "I've been inextricably linked to the job," and Apple's return, and hence the meteoric rise of the company to where it is today. "
Meanwhile, Daniel Cooper focuses on Apple's move from hardware to services. For devices we will see in the future, he asks whether their heirs can "relax on some of his known breaks" in favor of larger batteries or more functional keyboards.
iPadOS makes Apple tablets again a priority
After a couple of days of using the iOS 13 tablet release, Chris Velazco says he "is already impressed by the changes Apple has made … Apple has put forward many criticisms that prevented iPad Pro from being the computer to which it relates." As for all others, they will benefit from subtle performance enhancements and additional varnishing. "
Bill Gates says his "biggest mistake" did not win Android
The founder of Microsof recently talked with Village Global recently that his biggest mistake was not that Android had become. Gates has admitted that the company is trying to adapt to mobile devices, as both the iPhone and Google Android flooded users in the revolution of smartphones. If you do not remember Windows Mobile, let's just say that you do not miss much.
The new Raspberry Pi 4 is ready for 4K video
The recently released Raspberry Pi 4 Model B model combines a well-known small computer design panel with some significant performance incentives, especially for the media. With a more powerful 1.5GHz quad-core Broadcom processor with H.265 decoding, two micro-HDMI inputs and up to 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, Pi 4 can broadcast 4K video at 60 fps. It could be your next, somewhat future-DIY media hub.
Valve index overview: VR of the next level
At a price of $ 1,000, Devindra Hardawar notes that the Index of Valves is not even "improperly accessible" compared to other VR capabilities. However, this "aspirational" piece of equipment impresses with comfortable headphones, smooth finger trace controllers, and excellent picture quality. See and see why Index "has almost everything we want in the new generation of VR VR headphones."
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