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iPhone shipments could be delayed after Apple chip supplier is hit by a virus

The chipmaker for Apple has warned shipments of the new iPhones could be delayed after its production line was hit by a computer virus. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), which also produces the chips for other Apple devices, was forced to close down several of its factories over the weekend in order to recover from the virus outbreak that infected 80pc ...

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HOW DO YOU SECURE THE CLOUD? NEW DATA POINTS A WAY

The march toward the cloud for data and services has many companies rethinking their approach to cyber security. Do they need a cloud security strategy? What is different about a cloud security strategy? Recent surveys have shed light on how security strategies are changing, and more important, how they should change. Placing more IT infrastructure in the cloud is in ...

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When fashion questions artificial intelligence

Look Forward gives you a glimpse of the Salon Traffic, the Fédération du prêt-à-porter féminin’s major event. The closing conference, organised in partnership with Showroomprivé.com and moderated by Fabrice Jonas (Modelab), gathered Nicolas Latour (Digital University DDB), Antoine Millien (Fabernovel Innovate), Tony Pinville (Heuritech), Clarisse Reille (Défi), Alicia Birr (Google France), Guillaume Aurine (Salesforce) an Anil Benard-Dende, COO of Showroomprivé.com, ...

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What to Do If Your Kindle Is Lost or Stolen

Kindles, like any other small electronic devices, are easy to lose; they’re also a good target for thieves. Here’s what to do if your Kindle goes missing. By default, anyone who has your Kindle in their possession can buy books from your Amazon account without having to enter a password. This means that if your Kindle gets stolen and you ...

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UX overbid: client’s first

During « Les trente glorieuses », a period when the world’s most developed countries experienced a tremendous economic growth and life conditions improvement, consumers witnessed an increase in products innovation and the development of new technologies. Consumers would be offered numerous products, each one more original than the other, and supported by ubiquitous ad campaigns. Brands engaged in a never-ending fight to ...

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What Lenses Should I Buy for My Nikon Camera

The best thing about DSLR cameras is that you can use different lenses for different situations. With dozens of lenses to choose from, however, which ones do you buy? Let’s have a look at some of the best Nikon lenses for different situations. Lenses are pretty expensive—and the best lenses are incredibly expensive—so don’t view this as a “must have” ...

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Google Business Has A New Feature For Video Post

Google now added video post feature on Google business. It will reflect in google search results. “Google said” you can now upload videos to your Google Posts so they show up in your local panel”. We usually post text in a week or so but from now onward we can add image and video through google business. It is fully ...

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6 Things You Should Do to Secure Your NAS

Your NAS is probably one of the most important devices on your home network, but are you giving it the attention it deserves when it comes to security? The last thing you want is for your NAS to get hacked and/or invaded by malware, like the SynoLocker ransomware that crawled its way onto Synology NAS boxes a couple of years ...

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Apple’s 6.1″ iPhone Could Feature LG’s New MLCD+ Display Tech

LG Display has for years been one of Apple’s primary liquid crystal display (LCD) suppliers, producing panels for devices like iPhone, iPad and more. And while Apple is currently rumored to be readying three new iPhone models for the fall of 2018 – two of which are slated to boast 5.8- and 6.5-inch OLED displays produced by Samsung Display Co. – the company is ...

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