Pixel 6, Tensor chips and all ASUS Chromebooks

This week’s episode of The Chrome Cast should probably be renamed “The Pixel Show”. In case you missed the news, Google officially unveiled its next flagship phone earlier this week. Needless to say, we are excited and there is a lot to say. While we spend a good chunk of …

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Global Embedded Media Card Industry to 2028

Dublin, Aug 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “Integrated Multimedia Cards Market By Density, Application, and End User: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2028” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global integrated multimedia card (eMMC) market size is expected to reach $ 11.53 billion by 2028, up …

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Teradici brings Mac-as-a-service to multiple platforms

In the wake of the arrival of Windows 365, Mac-as-a-service takes a new step like Teradici adds macOS support to its Teradici Cloud Access Software (CASE). Teradici CAS now provides high-quality remote Mac access that is robust enough to support compute-intensive workloads in a range of systems. I spoke with …

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SafeBreach introduces new tools to automate zero-day detection

At Black Hat and Def Con this week, SafeBreach security researchers Peleg Hadar and Tomer Bar will showcase two new tools developed to automate the discovery of zero-day vulnerabilities. Both announcements highlight the power of automation to increase the efficiency and reach of vulnerability research. The first tool, hAFL1, developed …

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CUSD discusses Student Chromebook Project

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Russia tells UN it wants vast expansion of cybercrime offenses, as well as network backdoors, online censorship • The Register

Russia has presented a draft convention to the United Nations, ostensibly to fight cybercrime. The proposal, entitled “United Nations Convention on Combating the Use of Information and Communications Technologies for Criminal Purposes”, [PDF] calls on Member States to develop national laws to punish a much broader set of offenses than …

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