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Latest Google Chrome update draws government and telecom concerns

The encrypted version of Google’s Chrome browser has raised concerns among a number of internet safety watchdogs and intelligence agencies who fear the move could endanger the safety of children online. Critics of the encrypted version of the browser, which is currently available for download but not the default version, argue that it could make …

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Intel’s new H-Series mobile processors bring high performance to laptops

Intel is continuing the journey of rounding out its Coffee Lake Refresh processor (CPU) family with a new slew of high-performance mobile CPUs. Anyone looking for high-power CPUs in laptops will likely be looking at computers powered by these new models in the near future. Intel is simultaneously expanding its lineup of 9th-generation Intel Core …

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Nvidia expands GTX 16-Series with new mobile graphics and desktop GTX 1650

Nvidia’s Turing architecture is making its way to more affordable gaming laptops. While the Nvidia 20-Series graphics processors (GPUs) – like the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 – have seen mobile versions released on high-end gaming laptops, now more affordable 16-Series GPUs are coming to gaming laptops as well. Nvidia’s new 16-Series mobile …

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AMD’s Zen 3 processors to be built in new way that improves efficiency

AMD is already set to make the leap into processors (CPUs) built on a 7-nanometer (nm) process with its upcoming Zen 2 family of chips. But, new information about the 7nm+ process that will be used to create its Zen 3 chips is making the future of AMD’s Ryzen, Threadripper and Epyc processors all the …

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Bad bots are responsible for a fifth of all web traffic

Yes! You heard it right, about a fifth of all website traffic now comes from malicious bots. This makes it roughly 20.4% of web traffic daily. This automated traffic is responsible for offensive attacks on websites, APIs and mobile apps; the financial sector (especially banking) being the worst. According to Distil Research Lab’s Bad Bot …

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Facebook’s latest blunders affected contacts and passwords for millions of users

Facebook has a long, long record of privacy fails and data scandals, but even by its standards the latest one is a jaw-dropper: the platform has revealed up to 1.5 million Facebook users might have had their email contacts unknowingly uploaded to the site. The process was unintentional – according to Facebook – and happened …

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Ubisoft offers Assassin’s Creed Unity for free so you can see Notre-Dame Cathedral

Following the tragic burning of the Notre-Dame Cathedral spire in Paris, Ubisoft – the developers behind the historically driven Assassin’s Creed series – has responded charitably. For the next week (until April 25), PC users will be able to download Assassin’s Creed Unity for free. This entry into the franchise lets players explore late 18th-century …

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