Day: December 4, 2018

Ron Perlman on playing an aging hit man and tweeting toxic politicians – CNET

Yes, there’s the new movie Asher. But Perlman is also on the lookout for a TV show to star in. Don’t ask him about Sons of Anarchy though. …read more Source:: CNet

Qualcomm announces first ultrasonic fingerprint reader: Headed to the Galaxy S10? – CNET

The 3D Sonic Sensor will live within your screen. …read more Source:: CNet

HPE Q4 tops estimates despite net loss from tax charge

The enterprise player reported fourth quarter net loss of $757 million, or 52 cents a share. …read more Source:: ZDNet

OM5G… Qualcomm teases next Snapdragon chip for phones: the 855 with a fingerprint Sonic Screwdriver, er, Sensor

AI acceleration, 5G next-gen mobe broadband, all the usual boxes ticked The next top-end addition to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor family, which power millions upon millions of Android smartphones, will be the 855.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

High-End Headphones Get Flexible Boom Upgrade

It seems a reasonable assumption that anyone who’d be willing to spend a few hundred dollars on a pair of headphones is probably the type of person who has a passion for high quality audio. That, or they work for the government. We’re fairly sure [Daniel Harari] falls into that former category though, given how…

1-800-Flowers Becomes Latest Payment Breach Victim

Details are so far scant in this latest in a string of data breaches. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Qualcomm’s next chip for high-end smartphones is called Snapdragon 855 – CNET

The company, which is hosting a conference this week, didn’t provide many details beyond the processor’s name. …read more Source:: CNet

Windows 10 or Cisco Advanced Malware Protection: Pick one

Redmond warns that the malware tool doesn’t play nice with the latest upgrade Companies running Cisco’s Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) software will have to hold off on installing the latest Windows Update.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

Kubernetes’ First Major Security Hole Discovered

Kubernetes has become the most popular cloud container orchestration system by far, so it was only a matter of time until its first major security hole was discovered. And the bug, CVE-2018-1002105, aka the Kubernetes privilege escalation flaw, is a doozy. It’s a CVSS 9.8 critical security hole. From a report: With a specially crafted…

Ford files ‘Mach E’ trademark, likely for Mustang-inspired EV SUV – Roadshow

Anything’s better than trying to revive “Mach 1.” …read more Source:: CNet