Press Release Category: Technology

‘Zero-Click’ Zoom Vulnerabilities Could Have Exposed Calls

Most hacks require the victim to click on the wrong link or open the wrong attachment. But as so-called zero-click vulnerabilities—in which the target does nothing at all—are exploited more and more, Natalie Silvanovich of Google’s Project Zero bug-hunting team has worked to find new examples and get them fixed before attackers can use them.…

Apple’s iMessage issue is much bigger than the color of the bubbles – CNET

Apple’s iMessage needs to start looking beyond the iPhone. Jason Cipriani/CNET Apple’s iMessage has a long history of separating people into “blue” and “green” bubbles based on whether they’re using an iPhone or Android phone. But that problem is now far bigger than looking cool in our group chats.Last week, the Wall Street Journal published…

Our Favorite Period Products

One afternoon when I was in fourth grade, the girls were whisked away to watch a video about periods, pads, and tampons. That’s about where my public education on menstruation began and ended—a secret discussion that boys couldn’t be privy to. It was, from that moment forward, ingrained in us that it is somehow embarrassing…

Windows 11 doesn’t have all the features we wanted – CNET

Windows 11 brought some welcome new features and a redesigned interface, but we haven’t gotten everything we wanted.  Microsoft Microsoft’s newest operating system, Windows 11, flaunts a redesigned interface with a more Mac-like aesthetic and some useful new features (including easier virtual desktop creation, widgets, Android app downloads and a more integrated Microsoft Teams experience),…

The Antitrust Case Against Facebook Draws Blood

On Tuesday, federal judge James E. Boasberg ruled that the Federal Trade Commission’s effort to break up Facebook could move forward. The case itself is far from decided. But by blessing the FTC’s theory that a monopoly can harm consumers even when its product is free, the judge has signaled that Facebook—and other tech platforms—are…

Bob Saget, comedian and star of Full House, dies aged 65 – CNET

Bob Saget has passed away, according to reports. JC Olivera/WireImage Bob Saget, popular American stand-up comedian, actor and TV host, was found dead in his hotel room in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday. TMZ was first to report the news.Saget was most famous for playing Danny Tanner on the ABC sitcom Full House, and hosted America’s…

The Mandalorian Could Use a Watson

Skip Article Header. Skip to: Start of Article. The Mandalorian is cool, but he may needs some friends his own age. (So, like, not Baby Yoda.) Courtesy of Disney The new Star Wars TV show The Mandalorian follows the adventures of a ruthless bounty hunter named Din Djarin. It has a strong Western vibe, something…

Bitcoin price falls below $42,000 as Fed hints at interest hike – CNET

SOPA Images/Getty Bitcoin’s voyage to the moon has once again encountered turbulence. The cryptocurrency on Friday morning fell below $42,000 for the first time since late September. It has dropped over 12% in the past 7 days, one of many cryptocurrencies to have tumbled in recent days. Ether, which held at around $4,000 for much…

CES 2022 Liveblog: Even More Gadgets From Tech’s Big Show

Keep in mind that the total output is 100 watts—if you plug in multiple devices, that power will be shared across those devices, but that should be plenty to recharge most laptops, smartphones, and tablets at fast-charging speeds. It has a plug that folds up, costs $79, and goes on sale in March.If you want…

#BettyWhiteChallenge urges fans to donate to animals in late star’s honor – CNET

Michael Buckner/Getty Images The late Betty White was an animal lover known for her charitable work and advocacy for animal causes. Jan. 17 would have been her 100th birthday, and the Betty White Challenge circulating on social media invites fans to donate $5 to their local animal shelter on that date in her memory.White, the last…

The Best Posture Correctors to Put a Stop to Your Slouch

We slouch at our desks for at least 40 hours a week and bend our necks toward our phones the rest of the time. Not to mention we’re nearing the two-year mark of a pandemic that has limited our usual activities. All of this may be affecting our back health. Bad posture doesn’t just cause…