7 Useful Apps Every Traveler Should Have on Their Phone

Vacay! V-A-C-A-Y! There’s a smartphone app for everything these days, and when it comes to travel, our phones have become like our own personalized travel agents. From finding flights, to accessing real time translations, they’ve become a one stop shop for everything we need to search for, book, and enjoy our holidays.

Link: 7 Useful Apps Every Traveler Should Have on Their Phone
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Apple Watch Spring Bands Are Here & More Coming Soon, Report Says

Three of the new Apple Watch Bands for Spring 2020

David Phelan

May 31 update below: this post was first published on May 30, 2020.
Each Spring, Apple launches new Apple Watch bands, straps and loops to match the season. Spring came a little later this year, thanks to the world as it is…

Link: Apple Watch Spring Bands Are Here & More Coming Soon, Report Says
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Hacker Finds Huge Apple Security Hole; Apple Pays $100,000 Bug Bounty

A bug bounty hunter in India found an Apple security hole wide enough to drive a not-so-prototypical Mac truck through.
Or an iPhone, for that matter.

An Apple logo at an Apple Store.

Photo by Zhiyue Xu on Unsplash

‘Sign In With Apple’ is supposed to increase your online…

Link: Hacker Finds Huge Apple Security Hole; Apple Pays $100,000 Bug Bounty
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Exclusive: Mexican broadcaster Televisa to launch mobile phone service, challenging Slim

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican broadcaster Televisa said on Sunday it will start offering mobile phone service, a bid to challenge billionaire Carlos Slim’s America Movil, which has long dominated the country’s telecommunications market. Rather than building infrastructure, Televisa will operate as a mobile virtual network operator, or MVNO, and begin by offering service to existing customers of its cable and home internet packages, sold under its Izzi brand.

Link: Exclusive: Mexican broadcaster Televisa to launch mobile phone service, challenging Slim
via http://www.reuters.com

The Cloud May Be ITs Antidote for COVID-19

Joaquin is a 20+ year technology veteran helping to lead businesses in the move to the Cloud. He frequently speaks on panels about the future of tech ranging from IoT and Machine Learning to the latest innovation in the entertainment industry. He has helped to modernize software for industry leaders like Sony, Daimler, Intel, the Golden Globes, Siemens Wind Power, ABC, NBC, DC Comics, Warner Brothers & the Linux Foundation.

Link: The Cloud May Be ITs Antidote for COVID-19
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ACbackdoor a Malware that Infects both Windows and Linux Systems

With little to no documentation of its origin, it has capabilities for pretty complex operations which include arbitrary execution of shell commands, updating, arbitrary binary execution, and persistence. Although both of the variants have different backdoor commands and differ in terms of their nature, similarities exist as well such as both using the same protocol to communicate with its Command & Control (C&Centre.

Link: ACbackdoor a Malware that Infects both Windows and Linux Systems
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Microsoft Edge To Save Edits Made To PDF Files Without Saving a Copy Each Time

techtsp quotes The Windows Club: In a major breakthrough, Microsoft Edge now supports Native File System API, which will take progressive web apps and their usage to a whole new level. An official roadmap entry points towards the new development, which only means one thing: Bridging the native app gap using modern web technologies…

Link: Microsoft Edge To Save Edits Made To PDF Files Without Saving a Copy Each Time
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