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Archive | June 4, 2019

The iPad finally works with a mouse through a hidden iPadOS feature

The absolute biggest change to the iPad that Apple introduced via its new iPadOS received zero mention on stage at the WWDC 2019 keynote: mouse support. Eagle-eyed software developer Steve Troughton-Smith discovered the new feature buried deep within the first iPadOS beta release. If you’re into the iPadOS beta, then you’ll have to dig through  Full Article…

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macOS Catalina release date, news and features

Apple has finally pulled the curtain back on macOS 10.15, officially named macOS Catalina. The company made the news via its live keynote address at its WWDC 2019 conference in San Jose, California. The company's head of software Craig Federighi showed off the new name and look for macOS during the keynote, confirming that this  Full Article…

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BBC investigation reveals UK universities under cyberattack

While businesses are often the target of cyberattacks, new research from BBC's Radio 4 has revealed that two thirds of UK universities have been hacked over the past four years. In addition to obtaining data on students and staff, the hackers behind the attacks also acquired valuable university research. According to EfficientIP, UK universities and  Full Article…

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