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Archive | July, 2019

Google brings Titan Security Key to the UK

Google has revealed it is bringing its Titan Security Key to a range of new markets, including the UK. The physical key offers increased security for users, providing two-factor authentication (2FA) and will now be coming  The company says that the physical security keys have entirely cut out phishing attacks among Google employees, and wants  Full Article…

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab S4

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is pitched to be a professional’s tablet – powerful, versatile, and with a few new features that make it an attractive alternative to the comparably-sized 11-inch iPad Pro. But is it truly better than its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, that came out the year before? You’d be forgiven  Full Article…

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The 5 best back to school backpacks for 2019

All of the semester’s books, plus your laptop, plus your everyday essentials is a heavy enough physical burden to bear much less the figurative weight of coursework and a reputation to upkeep. Picking out the best back to school backpack for you can lift some of that burden. Naturally, we happen to be experts in  Full Article…

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Entrepreneurs not threatened by AI and automation

Entrepreneurs in the US face both technological and political disruption that is helping them to prosper and grow while also requiring them to adapt in new ways according to GoDaddy's new Global Entrepreneurship Survey. The web hosting giant's survey was conducted by the research firm Savanta and surveyed 4,505 small business owners in Australia, Canada,  Full Article…

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Financial malware threat grows

The number of users hit by financial malware grew by seven percent during the first half of 2019 to reach 430,000 according to new research from Kaspersky which revealed the growing threat that banking Trojans pose to both businesses and individuals. This type of malware is aimed at stealing finances and financial data while also  Full Article…

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