PewDiePie-ransomware encrypts files permanently
Fans of YouTube star PewDiePie have developed two new types of ransomware, in an attempt to persuade as many people as possible to subscribe to its channel. That way, fans want him to beat rival T-Series as the most popular channel on Google's streaming service.
When it comes to the number of subscr... Read more
“Oracle fired hundreds of employees last week for restructuring.
Oracle appears to have dismissed hundreds of its engineers. The company is currently engaged in a global restructuring to focus more on its cloud infrastructure operations. Today, the company confirms that it is in the process of making a round of redundancies.
IEE Spectrum reported on Friday that t... Read more
Zoom announces new features for all its products
Zoom is once again expanding its portfolio considerably. The company is considered to be a leader when it comes to business communication environments and will launch new features for the Zoom Phone, Zoom Rooms and Zoom Meetings in the near future.
Zoom's portfolio focuses on a combination of video... Read more
5G AT&T’s e-service appears to be slower than 4G networks
AT&T's 5G Evolution service is marketed as a true 5G service. The aim is to make the American public aware of the high speeds that 5G can achieve. But test results from OpenSignal show that the service is slower than competitors' enhanced 4G LTE networks. A small disgrace for the company, which ... Read more
VodafoneZiggo increases internet speed for consumers and entrepreneurs
In April, Ziggo will increase internet speeds for over 2.4 million consumers and 130,000 businesses. Private customers with a Start, Complete or Max package get 25 percent more download speed up to 500 Megabit per second (Mbit/s). For business customers with Complete or Max, this increases by 20 per... Read more
Microsoft develops automated DNA storage system
Microsoft has developed an automated DNA storage system. That could replace the optical storage systems on which computer systems today often rely. In any case, it is a system that limits the space needed to accommodate the world's growing data collection drive.
Microsoft believes that synthetic DNA... Read more
AI predicts the ideal temperature in the office
Artificial intelligence may soon be able to set the thermostat exactly so that everyone is happy with it. AI will not only be able to automate certain activities, but will also have applications in smaller areas. For example, new artificial intelligence will soon be able to predict the temperature p... Read more
Opera adds free unlimited VPN to its Android browser
A month and a half ago Opera announced that it wanted to build a free unlimited VPN into its Android browser. Today, this function has actually been added to the browser. Version 51 of the mobile web browser allows users to make full use of it.
The VPN enables users to protect their online identity ... Read more
Drinking water supply under pressure due to cyber attacks on critical infrastructure
It's World Water Day today. This year's theme: don't leave anyone behind. Providing everyone with drinking water requires sustainable change and that requires not only efficient water management, but also safe data management. This is one of the most important priorities set by the government, the m... Read more
ABBYY Business Card Reader app now includes Salesforce integration
ABBYY today announced that the ABBYY Business Card Reader app for Android can now be integrated with Salesforce. This way, contacts can be transferred directly from scanned business cards to Salesforce CRM.
The release of this new feature takes place at the same time as the tenth anniversary of the ... Read more