Monday , August 29 2016

Fitbit releases the Charge HR and Surge

Fitbit is a well known and respected brand when it comes to producing fitness tracking devices. They’ve had great success with their previous devices in the past and there’s no reason to expect that this will change with the new, smarter generation of fitness tracking devices coming into the market …

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Google stops developing updates for WebView opening up potential for security issues for over 60% of Android users


A large portion of Android devices could be open to attack, according to security a new report from security research team Rapid7, and it’s all thanks to Google. According to a report in Forbes, security firm Rapid7 has advised that Google is no longer updating their WebView tool, used to …

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Sony launches [email protected] initiative for smartphones – curing disease with your phone


Distributed computing models have made up for a lack of super-computing availability for many years. From the early days of the [email protected] project in the 90’s, looking for extra-terrestrial life, through to the [email protected] initiative launched by Sony and Dr Vijay Pande from Stanford university on the PS3 back in …

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