There just seems to be no end to the advancements that the ongoing tech revolution has been bringing upon mankind.
You can expect to see more automation, but even more importantly, more connection, which will push our daily lives into something that used to be incomprehensible a mere decade ago.
Here, we’ve outlined a number of technological advancements to expect in 2017. Continue reading
The digital landscape for the coming year is going to be even more complex.
The rise of social media means public opinion matters more than ever and we are already seeing how new technology trends affect some of our daily interactions.
But behind the scenes, technology continues to improve. Here are some digital trends to watch out for. Continue reading
Ever since Steve Jobs quoted to his biographer that he had “finally cracked” the problem of interactive TV interfaces, rumours have been rife about when Apple will announce they are releasing a TV set.
Jobs stated that he wanted to create an integrated television set that would have a really simple, user friendly interface, similar to that of iPads, and would be able to synch with other Apple devices.
The actual concreteness of the Apple TV rumours has not been supported with evidence, although in 2011 a former employee of Apple confirmed they had entered into a partnership with a TV component company. Continue reading
After two years of development, The Endian development team has announced the release of Endian Firewall Community 3.0, built based on CentOS and intended to create firewalls.
The distribution includes a comprehensive set of tools to protect the network from external threats (UTM – Unified Threat Management), such as a packet filter with stateful , funds for anti-virus scanning HTTP/FTP/POP3/SMTP traffic system content filtering tools to protect phishing and spam, SSL / TLS VPN, intrusion detection system . Control system via the web- interface or command line. Size of the boot iso-image – 217 MB. Continue reading
According to the Microsoft company, the support of Windows XP will stop, regardless of when OS was installed.
Microsoft remind to customers that after April 8, 2014 support of the operating system Windows XP will stop completely. Termination of support includes the rejection of the development of any updates or patches, including security updates.
The Corporation continues to insist that 29% of users who use Windows XP worldwide have not so much time to migrate to new versions of OS. At the same time, partners of MS received direct instructions from the corporation – to apply any possible efforts to prompt users to stop usage of Windows XP. Continue reading
According to researchers, the popularity of mobile devices makes them an excellent target of hackers who use gadgets during the attacks.
The report of Prolexic Technologies Company shows that mobile applications have become increasingly used within the corporate sector to conduct DDoS-attacks since Q4 2013. Continue reading
Fourteen top manufacturers of LCD TV screens expect to increase the products’ shippings next year, despite the fact that half of them have experienced decreasing in volumes of shippings in 2013.
TV manufacturers from South Korea, Japan and China plan to produce about 236 million of LCD TV screens in 2014, it means that an increase will be 13.4% more comparing to the estimated volume of shippings in 2013, analysts in IHS think that overall shipping in 2013 was 208.1 million units. Continue reading