"This leaves Intel with one path: if you can't beat them, join them. Intel will retake an Arm license (it sold its Arm-based XScale business to Marvell in 2006) and come up with a competitive Arm SoC offering for PC OEMs. Margins will inevitably suffer as the Arm-based SoC field is filled with sharp competitors such as Qualcomm and Nvidia, sure to be joined by arch-enemy AMD and others, all ushering in a new era of PCs." … [Read more...] about Ex-Apple exec: Apple’s Arm-based silicon will speed end of Microsoft Windows-Intel duopoly
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Furthermore, there are ways in which private browsing can be defeated locally. If your computer is infected with malware that tracks network traffic and DNS requests, incognito mode can’t help you. It also can’t beat “fingerprinting” techniques, in which third parties (usually advertising networks) attempt to determine distinguishing features of your computer to track its activity across a network. … [Read more...] about Does Private or Incognito Mode Make Web Browsing Anonymous?
Also, if Defender found a threat during a Quick or Full scan, it may be wise to choose “Microsoft Defender Offline Scan” on the Scan Options screen and run it immediately afterward just in case. Hopefully, everything will come out normal. Good luck, and stay safe! … [Read more...] about How to Scan with Microsoft Defender Antivirus on Windows 10
There are multiple risk factors when you browse the internet: Unprotected Wi-Fi networks, websites that track your browsing habits, unsecured cloud services, et al. What you can do, however, is add a layer of protection with the help of a virtual private network (VPN). It provides you with a secure channel over a possibly unsecure connection, it protects your privacy, masks your location and, in some cases, even bypasses region-restrictions to certain content. Depending on your needs, you can use a VPN in three different ways… DEDICATED SOFTWARE ProtonVPN | protonvpn.com ProtonVPN protects your internet connection by hiding your IP address, masking your actual location from the websites you visit and it even routes all web traffic through servers with 256-bit encryption to deter hacking attempts. It does not log your activity or share your data with third parties or authorities. Its free plan lets you sign in from one computer only, but you get unlimited, ad-free browsing … [Read more...] about Three secure ways to surf the internet
A wallpaper may cause your Android smartphone to crash, especially if it is a Samsung one, as per tech leaker Ice Universe. The leaker tweeted about the issue, stating specifically that Samsung smartphone users were under high risk and posting the wallpaper also. WARNING！！！Never set this picture as wallpaper, especially for Samsung mobile phone users!It will cause your phone… https://t.co/kxXkDtjiEG … [Read more...] about Wallpaper causing Android smartphones to crash: Report