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SRT adds a dash of Demon to Challenger Hellcat Widebody


Durango R/Ts also receive a 9-speaker BeatsAudio sound system, front park assist, and the choice of a sweet B5 Blue exterior color shared with the Durango SRT . About Dodge and SRT Brands The Dodge brand is America's mainstream performance brand. In case the pricing for the Durango SRT is prohibitive, one might fancy the aggressive looks and would settle for it without paying the premium for the extra performance as well - this is where the R/T kicks in, getting the extra show without ... Read More »

Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 mid-end chipset announced at MWC Shanghai 2017


Specifically, Qualcomm notes that its 1.8GHz octa-core ARM Cortex A53 processor features a 25 percent increase in computer performance over its predecessor, the Snapdragon 435 , which also ran eight A53 cores, but at lower frequencies. As mentioned earlier, this new Snapdragon 450 brings in a lot of changes over the predecessors, however, there are a few key categories where the company focused more to deliver a better experience. Read More »

Box Inc (BOX) Stock Jumps on Microsoft Azure Partnership


Box will also incorporate more of Microsoft's machine learning and artificial intelligence services into its platform and add Azure's global locations to its zoned data center program. Box will also offer its Box Zones service introduced previous year with Azure, which offers local data storage to ensure compliance with national security and protection legislation. Read More »

441kW Project 8 is Jaguar's most extreme road vehicle


The back sections of the wheel arches front and rear have been cut away in a bid to aid the aerodynamics. It's the most powerful Jaguar road auto to date, a vehicle that will top 200mph, reach 60mph from a standstill in at least 3.3 seconds, and only the roof and front door skins are carried over from the regular XE. Read More »

WRAPUP 5-Cyber attack sweeps globe, researchers see 'WannaCry' link


The attack is being carried out by the Petya virus, with users being told to pay US$300 in cryptocurrency per infected computer to unlock their systems. The most vulnerable places are "where the operators are a lot of the times at the mercy of manufacturers and providers of those technologies and there's a long time between existence of a fix and implementation of a fix", Mr Woods said. Read More »

Cybersecurity in Focus Again as Hacker Employ "Unprecedented" Ransomware Attack


The May release of the WannaCry virus has been blamed on North Korea , but authorities have yet to name any suspects in this most recent round of attacks . The new virus has a fake Microsoft digital signature appended to it and the attack is spreading to many countries, Costin Raiu, director of the global research and analysis team at Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab , said on Twitter . Read More »

Nougat starts rolling out to Asus Zenfone 3 Zoom


Even though there is no resemblance of Zenfone 4 Series here. The Zenfone 4 Selfie is the second phone with the selfie name but instead of calling it the Zenfone Selfie 2, we think this name is better to prevent confusion and allow for a more uniform naming scheme. Read More »

Petya ransomware monitored in S. Korea


The attack appears to be a year-old ransomware threat, known at Petya , created originally in 2016 but updated to use the EternalBlue exploit, an attack program leaked by the ShadowBrokers as part of the cache of code allegedly stolen from the National Security Agency. Read More »

Petya Ransomware hits India's Jawaharlal Nehru Port, operations suspended


A new ransomware attack has crippled businesses, financial institutions, and airlines throughout Europe . Many firms, including Symantec , have suggested the ransomware is a variant of Petya , a known ransomware . "It appears to be a variant of a piece of ransomware that emerged previous year", said computer scientist Prof Alan Woodward. "As a result of these cyber attacks these banks are having difficulties with client services and carrying out banking operations", the ... Read More »

Republican wins Georgia election in blow to anti-Trump effort


It reminded me a lot of the special election in upstate NY early in President Obama's term where a tea party candidate surged and it looked like he may win a seat unexpectedly. "To come within a hair's breath of winning that seat is nothing short of extraordinary", said House Democratic Caucus Vice Chairwoman Linda Sánchez, D-Calif. Read More »

Ryan has faith McConnell can save health bill


Senate GOP leaders have abruptly delayed the vote on their plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act until after July 4th recess. Ryan told reporters on Tuesday: "I would not bet against Mitch McConnell ". The budget office report said the Senate bill's coverage losses would especially affect people between the ages of 50 and 64, before they qualify for Medicare , and with incomes below 200% of the poverty level, or around 30,300 dollars for an individual. Read More »

After WannaCry, a new ransomware called Petya is unfolding its claws

Ukraine's government said the cyberattack was the biggest ever to hit the country, and an adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs was quick to suggest the attacks appeared to have originated from Russian Federation. Dukes, who is now executive vice president at the Center for Internet Security, said the sophistication of the new ransomware suggests an organization with the development budget to be able to weaponize the EternalBlue exploit. Read More »

Microsoft's Phil Spencer Says Xbox One X Is Compatible With VR

At that price, the Xbox One X does not come with any accessories or any games. "[Emulation] is hard. Xbox 360 specifically is a PowerPC chip, emulated to x86, which is difficult". And while some fans surely appreciated the focus on software, I know there are plenty of you out there that enjoy diving into the nitty gritty of what makes up a console. Read More »

Germany's BSI says Petya malware used in cyber attacks


Security experts said they did not believe that the ransomware released on Tuesday had a kill switch, meaning that it might be harder to stop.Cyber intelligence firm Flashpoint said it believed the outbreak began in Ukraine , where attackers loaded the ransomware onto computers when they requested updates of a widely used accounting software program.An adviser to Ukraine's interior minister said earlier in the day that the virus got into computer systems via "phishing" emails written in ... Read More »

Amazon Announces New Prime Exclusive Phones from Nokia, Alcatel, and Moto


They are sold as an Amazon Prime phones and is offered add-free in the US. The Moto E4 , the Nokia 6, and others have joined Amazon's Prime Exclusives category for available smartphone devices. The Idol 5S runs Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box, whereas the A50 and A30 Plus come with Android 7.0 Nougat. The display of this phone is 5.2-inch with the front camera is of 8MP and the rear is of 12 MP. Read More »

How to download and install the update

To facilitate this, they have also provided a Feedback assistant app, which you can find right on your home screen after you install the public beta of iOS 11. On the iPad side of things, however, there have been a number of more significant additions to iOS 11 . But if you can put up with it stuttering and becoming confused sometimes, then you'll get the most out of putting it on there. Read More »

Google Hit With $2.7 Billion Fine By European Antitrust Monitor


Google said in a statement that it tries to show ads in ways that are helpful for buyers and sellers. It is the biggest fine the European Commission has ever imposed on a single company in an antitrust case, exceeding a €1.06-billion sanction handed down against United States chipmaker Intel in 2009 and goes far beyond what USA regulators have ever fined a tech company. Read More »

Google hammered with £2bn European Union fine for rigging searches

Setting aside the enormous fine, the decision has larger implications for USA -based tech titans that do business worldwide, and specifically the European Union , where antitrust regulations are much more stringent than America. "Those, you don't find to the same degree on Google Shopping". The Commission argues Google's practices have had a big impact on competition, allowing it to make "significant gains in traffic" at the expense of its rivals and to the detriment of European consumers. Read More »

Xbox Games With Gold For July Are Underwhelming


Still, this gives Sony an easy in to have the better lineup for this month- they had an excellent selection last month, headlined by Life is unusual on the PS4- hopefully they don't drop the ball this month, either. Originally on Wii U, it featured nine-player sidescrolling mayhem based around levels that change color on the fly. Modes include Arena, King of the Hill, ColourMaster, and The Bowhemoth. Read More »

Senate health care bill would leave 22 million uninsured, audit says


The Senate's plan, like the House plan, drastically cuts federal funding for Medicaid and financial assistance to make health care affordable. Five Republicans have expressed doubt about voting for the bill in its current iteration, but it's unclear whether or not they will vote against the BCRA or are simply maneuvering to have it amended. Read More »

Facebook founder Zuckerberg stops in Omaha

The visit comes on the heels of Zuckerberg's announcement of a new mission for Facebook. Its new mission statement is to "give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together", which the company's CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced last week at the inaugural Facebook Communities Summit in Chicago. Read More »

Google finally retires Gchat, replaces it with Hangouts


When it was launched, Google introduced it as a simple chat experience for Gmail service users. Google Talk's old XMPP support still remains in use, because it's the only way to send and receive Hangouts messages outside the official mobile apps and Chrome extension. Read More »

Indian PM Modi meets his Dutch counterpart for talks

While the two sides also talked about issues involving democracy and human rights during the Obama administration, now with Trump "it is more of a business-oriented, give and take approach", he said. "We held extensive discussions on opportunities in India". They looked forward to working together in a spirit of friendship in the years to come. Prime Minister, to create jobs in our countries, to grow our economies, and to create a trading relationship that is fair and reciprocal. Read More »

European Union fines Google a record 2.4 billion euros

It denied other companies the chance to compete on the merits and to innovate. However this case is ultimately resolved, we believe it is critical that any online platform with excessive market power should not be allowed to discriminate unfairly against competitors while being allowed to develop product and service innovations that benefit consumers. Read More »

Japan's airbag giant Takata files for bankruptcy


Takata's chairman and chief executive Shigehisa Takada, said KSS was the "ideal sponsor" as the company addresses costs related to airbag inflator recalls . Takata has already agreed to pay a billion-dollar fine to settle with United States safety regulators over its airbags. Under the agreement with Key, remnants of Takata's operations will continue to manufacture inflators to be used as replacement parts in recalls. Read More »

Western Digital 'Resubmits' Bid For Toshiba's Flash Memory Unit With KKR


The U.S. partner has strongly opposed Toshiba's plan to sell its chip unit, Toshiba Memory Corp., saying that any sale without its consent breaches a joint-venture contract. For several months, Western Digital has argued that Toshiba can not sell its memory business to a third party without permission because the segment includes joint ventures with Western Digital's subsidiary, Sandisk. Read More »

Microsoft Promises Next-Generation Security with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

In addition to the above security improvements, Microsoft is also using cloud intelligence to provide better protection for users of Windows Defender Antivirus. Is Microsoft more vulnerable that we thought? The keys are removed from public versions of Windows to prevent users from gaining information about Microsoft's personal source code. Read More »

'SteamWorld Dig 2' (NS) Also Coming To PS4 And PC


A release date hasn't been announced (in fact, it's been pushed back slightly) but today the game appeared on Steam , and the studio said that the delay between the Nintendo and PC releases won't be almost as long this time around. More often than not problems take a lot longer to tackle than anticipated. Image & Form also shared some words around Wii U, 3DS, and Vita. Image & Form's procedurally-generated mine-'em-up SteamWorld Dig was an utter delight, so when news broke that a ... Read More »

Germany through to U-21 Euros semis despite Italy defeat

He added: "Whatever the manager thinks is the best formation that is what we will go with. England have done a good job with their youth players so we know it will be a very hard game for us". But Under-21 boss Kuntz said: "No we haven't practised them this time ". "Both teams have got good players and I hope that the game is as good as the buildup". Read More »

Nintendo reveals classic SNES console


It even includes all of the same games as the U.S. release even though some of the games on that list weren't actually released in the PAL region during the Super Nintendo's original run. Japan receives the Nintendo Classic Mini Super Famicom from October for ¥7,980 on October 5. Now the company has the Mini SNES on the horizon which is due to launch this September, and they promise that stock will be much better this time around. Read More »