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The Google Pixel has a scary vulnerability that could compromise all your data

The PwnFest hacking competition, held in Seoul yesterday saw an interesting demonstration by a white-hat hacker group, called Qihoo 360. The hack successfully targeted Google’s shiny new Pixel handset, won the group a $120,000 cash prize and opened-up a lot of patching work for Google. Both the regular and XL versions of the smartphone appear to be susceptible to the ... Read More »

‘Night mode’ (eye strain reduction) could make a return on Nexus devices

Many were upset that ‘Night mode’ went missing on the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X once the Android Nougat 7.1 beta OTA was installed. After much buzz about the omission of Night mode, Ian Lake from Google spoke about why the feature went missing: “it requires driver support that is no present on Nexus devices,” This was about a couple ... Read More »

Chinese demand could make VW world’s largest automaker

Amidst all the cheating scandal, Volkswagen Group is en route to take pole position and may go on to be the world’s biggest-selling automaker for the year 2016! What comes as a surprise is that VW has surpassed four time in-a-row champion – Toyota, by selling 7.61 million vehicles worldwide over the 7.53 million vehicles Toyota sold in the nine ... Read More »

Phone hacking: What the FBI won’t reveal could hurt users, experts argue

WASHINGTON—We already know that law enforcement agencies can hack our phones. But we don’t know what they find, how they find it, or even who helps them discover the information. Top cybersecurity experts and lawmakers argued about how much should be revealed at a July 11 meeting of the Congressional Internet Caucus. “Government hacking has already happened. The question of ... Read More »

palms on: The OneCompute Moto Mod could turn your Android phone into your laptop

We simply saw Motorola do something with Android that to date, most effective windows 10 has beencapable of do. Motorola’s OneCompute prototype Moto Mod takes the idea behind home windows 10’s Continuum function—the ability to assignment a home windows smartphone onto a laptop—and ports it to Android. proven at figure business enterprise Lenovo’s Tech world exhibition Thursday in San Francisco, ... Read More »

Motorola XT1622 and XT1642 pass through FCC, could be Moto G4 and G4 Plus

multiple unknown Motorola phones have been certified by FCC. The gadgets in question carry versionnumbers of XT1622 and XT1642, suggesting that those should very well be the approaching Moto G4 and G4 Plus given that ultimate yr‘s Moto G3 changed into the XT1540. The Moto G4 has additionally been spotted on benchmarking web page Geekbench, revealing a number ofits key ... Read More »

Gut bacteria could help prevent cancer

Researchers have shown that various types of intestinal bacteria might be factors in both causing and preventing obesity, and in other conditions and diseases. Now, a UCLA study suggests that it could also potentially be used to reduce the risk for some types of cancer. The research, published online April 13 in the peer-reviewed journal PLOS ONE, offers evidence that ... Read More »

Gut bacteria could help prevent cancer

Researchers have shown that various types of intestinal bacteria might be factors in both causing and preventing obesity, and in other conditions and diseases. Now, a UCLA study suggests that it could also potentially be used to reduce the risk for some types of cancer. The research, published online April 13 in the peer-reviewed journal PLOS ONE, offers evidence that ... Read More »

Cramer: You could have avoided Valeant’s disaster

One look at the action on Valeant’s stock on Tuesday, and now investors understand why Jim Cramer preaches that when the words “accounting irregularity” are associated with a company, that always means sell. Investors repeatedly assured Cramer that Valeant’s cash flow was so strong he didn’t have to pay attention to the decline in the stock because it was all ... Read More »

Neuronal feedback could change what we ‘see’

Ever see something that isn’t really there? Could your mind be playing tricks on you? The “tricks” might be your brain reacting to feedback between neurons in different parts of the visual system, according to a study published in the Journal of Neuroscience by Carnegie Mellon University Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Sandra J. Kuhlman and colleagues. Understanding this feedback ... Read More »