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Menlo Secure Cloud Browser Enables a Safer Enterprise Workspace

Instead of trying to force users to embrace a new browser -- and thus expand the enterprise attack surface -- Menlo's add-on tools protect data and users with end-to-end visibility and dynamic policy enforcement directly inside browser sessions to block zero-hour phishing, malware, and ransomware at...

Mobile Security Firms Fortify Defenses as App Attacks Accelerate

Better cybersecurity may soon come to a mobile app you use in time to defend against a rising wave of data breaches, malware assaults, and AI-powered bot attacks.

AI in 2024 Ushers in New Cybersecurity Dynamics

AI and quantum computing are reshaping the cybersecurity landscape. Expect a mix of advanced threats and cutting-edge defenses in this rapidly evolving digital realm.

How To Speed Up a Suddenly Slow Android Phone

Understanding what causes digital debris to accumulate is vital to revitalizing an Android smartphone, and restoring its optimal performance is easier than you might think. Follow these practical tips to speed up your laggy Android device and enhance its functionality.

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SevaCare Blood Pressure Monitor Offers Affordable Home Health Assurance

The SevaCare Blood Pressure Arm Cuff Monitor by Monoprice provides more than what you might expect with a typical home health care product. Its price makes keeping regular tabs on your heart health affordable and efficient.

AI Will Have a Transformative Impact on Software Development in 2024

In a tech landscape brimming with anticipation, 2024 promises a paradigm shift for developers worldwide.

AI-Powered Software Offers Breakthrough for Treating Dyslexia

Dysolve, the first artificial intelligence-powered platform for dissolving dyslexia and associated learning disabilities, is paving the way for a new treatment approach.

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LinDoz Returns With Advanced AI To Revamp the MakuluLinux Lineup

LinDoz, a sidelined MakuluLinux distro that made an ideal Windows-to-Linux crossover, welcomes the new year with artificial intelligence and virtual camera powers.

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Tech Forecast 2024: Better Cyber Coexistence, Productivity, Privacy

Tech industry experts delve into pivotal tech trends for 2024, examining cybersecurity evolution, the impact of AI on privacy, breakthroughs in quantum computing, and shifts in the tech startup world.

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Kumander Linux: This New Distro Puts You in Charge of Computing

The user-friendly interface of Kumander Linux, its compatibility with a wide range of hardware, and the inclusion of applications like Bottles and LibreOffice make it a compelling choice for both newcomers and seasoned Linux users.

AI Evolution: Tackling Fears, Bias, Security, and Efficiency

With the rise in popularity of artificial intelligence, C-level bosses are pressuring managers to utilize AI and machine learning. That fallout is causing problems as mid-level execs struggle to find ways to meet the demand for next-generation AI solutions.

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Monoprice CrystalPro 27″ Monitor Delivers Productivity, Convenience at a Bargain Price

The Monoprice 27" CrystalPro 4K UHD Monitor is a productivity-enhancing display offering stunning visuals, adjustable ergonomics, and exceptional value. Ideal for both office and home use, it's a top choice for quality and affordability.

Insider Tips for Buying a New Personal Computer

Buying a new computer can be a daunting task. This primer will guide you to making an informed decision, saving money, and ensuring a more productive and satisfying computing experience.

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Gunnar Tallac Glasses: A Stylish Solution for Blue-Light Protection

A seldom-considered computing safety feature has nothing to do with protecting your data or preventing online identity theft. Rather, it focuses on providing visual clarity and reducing eye strain. Gunnar Optiks' new Tallac blue-light-blocking computer glasses in do just that.

Wind River Linux Drives New Solutions for Software-Defined Vehicles

Mainstream consumers typically do not know the Linux operating system powers their email service, favorite websites, television sets, and even their mobile phones and computers in some cases. Now, Wind River Linux is making inroads into the operation of electric-powered cars.

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AnkerWork PowerConf C300 Webcam Delivers AI-Powered Excellence in a Compact Design

Great hardware performance can sometimes be found in small devices. AnkerWork hits that mark with its PowerConf C300 Webcam.

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Noorio B310 AI-Powered Camera Spotlights Better Outdoor Security

The Noorio B310 security camera has two features you will not find with most outdoor security cams -- dependable local storage and a built-in floodlight. This combination makes the Noorio B310 an ideal solution to safeguard a home's outdoor areas.

DiagnosUs App Uses Gamification To Fill Gaps in Medical Education

DiagnosUs offers a free yet challenging approach to teaching medical diagnosis skills with real patients' X-rays and ultrasound images. Among the app's primary users are medical students, nurses, lab technicians, and physicians.

Qualys Discovers Critical Linux Flaw ‘Looney Tunables’

A key concern with Looney Tunables is the buffer overflow it triggers in the dynamic loader's handling of the GLIBC_TUNABLES environment variable. It leads to full root privileges on major Linux distributions.

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AnkerWork B600 Video Bar Lights Up a Better Conferencing Experience

If you want to enhance your virtual meeting activities and add convenience and flair to your videoconferencing routines, the AnkerWork B600 Video Bar could be well worth the price.

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