Samsung To Bring Open RAN To Europe With Vodafone UK
Samsung Electronics today announced that it has been selected as a leading Open RAN vendor for Vodafone, a major telecommunications company, to bring virtualized Radio Access Network (vRAN) to the United Kingdom (UK), as well as its latest 4G and 5G solutions, including its Massive MIMO and other radios.
Thousands Of Fake Online Pharmacies Shut Down In INTERPOL Operation
The Interpol (International Criminal Police Organization) has taken down thousands of online marketplaces that posed as pharmacies and pushed dangerous fake and illicit drugs and medicine.
Adobe Removing ‘Photoshop Mix’ and ‘Photoshop Fix’ From App Store On June 21
Adobe is removing its free “Photoshop Mix” and “Photoshop Fix” apps from the App Store on June 21.
Volkswagen Data Breach Affects 3.3 Million Customers
Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. (VWGoA) is the North American subsidiary of the German Volkswagen Group. It is responsible for US and Canadian operations for Volkswagen, Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, and VW Credit, Inc.
Avaddon Ransomware Shuts Down Its Operation And Releases Decryption Keys
The Avaddon ransomware gang has shut down its operations and released the decryption keys. for free.
How To Watch Euro 2021 Live: UEFA Euro Online Streams
For those living in European countries, tuning in to the cup won’t be an issue, with many nations broadcasting some games on free-to-air television. Those of you outside of Europe won’t be so lucky.
Cybercriminals Breach EA Games Server, Selling Source Code
Cybercriminals have breached the network of Electronic Arts (EA) and claim to have stolen roughly 750 GB of data, including game source code and debug tools.
The Department Of Justice Seized Slilpp, The Largest Marketplace For Allegedly Stolen Online Account Login Credentials
The Slilpp marketplace has been selling stolen login credentials, including usernames and passwords for bank accounts, online payment accounts, mobile phone accounts, retailer accounts, and other online accounts.
Russian Court Fines Facebook For Failing To Delete Banned Content
A Russian court fined social media giant Facebook 17 Million roubles (about $235,000) for failing to delete content which Moscow deems illegal. The fines come amid a wider spat between Moscow and Google. Russia’s communications watchdog on Monday warned that Moscow could eventually slow down the…
Sony To Launch Professional-Use Drone Airpeak S1
Sony Group Corporation (“Sony”) plans to release the “Airpeak S1” as the first model in Airpeak line, which has been developed with the intention of contributing to the further development of drones and the utmost in value creation.
Samsung Breaks New Ground With Mass Production Of Industry’s Smallest 0.64μm-Pixel Mobile Image Sensor
Samsung introduced the industry’s first 0.64-micrometer (μm)-pixel image sensor, the 50-megapixel (Mp) Samsung ISOCELL JN1. Equipped with the latest pixel technologies such as enhanced ISOCELL 2.0, Smart-ISO, and Double Super PDAF, the JN1 can capture more vivid images on the industry’s smallest 50Mp mobile sensor.
How To Protect Yourself And Your Loved Ones From Tech Support Scams
According to The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) 2020 report, the majority of tech support scam victims (66 percent) are over 60 years of age and experienced 84 percent of the losses, for a total of over $116 million.
South Korea’s Data Protection Watching Fined Microsoft And 5 Other Firms For Leaking Personal Data
The Personal Information Protection Commission (PIPC) said that the six entities were ordered to pay 84.4 million won (US$75,700) in penalties — penalty surcharges of 53.4 million won and administrative fines of 31 million won — over leaks of their clients’ personal information.
Content Creators Can Now Earn Extra Payout On Facebook And Instagram
The social media giant Facebook and its photo and video sharing social networking service Instagram are working on new tools to help its creators earn more money from the platform.
El Salvador Becomes First Country To Approve Bitcoin As Legal Tender
El Salvador’s legislative body passed a law early Wednesday that will make the nation the first in the world to deem bitcoin legal tender.
Samsung SmartThings Unveils New Interface, Offering Customers A More Dynamic Connected Home Experience
Samsung Electronics today announced the release of the next generation of SmartThings, the premier technology enabling connected living and driving the future of IoT.
How To View, Pause, Or Stop Notifications On Mac
Some notifications come from your security system. Others may affect your pay. For a variety of reasons, turning off all notifications probably won’t suit you. Here is a list of alerts you may want to leave on.
Gmail Blocks More Than 100 Million Phishing Emails Everyday : Google
Gmail blocks more than 100 million phishing attempts and Google Play Protect scans over 100 billion apps for malware and other issues, as cyber-attacks by nation-states and criminals are increasingly becoming brazen and effective