Day: January 27, 2020

Hackers target NFL teams on Twitter ahead of Super Bowl – CNET

Teams including the Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers were all targeted. …read more Source:: CNet


Trucks and SUVs aren’t just popular new cars — they’re in demand as classics too – Roadshow

Older utility vehicles from automakers such as Ford, Chevy and Jeep are becoming incredibly sought after. …read more Source:: CNet


Following NGINX acquisition, F5 unveils NGINX Controller 3.0

F5 Networks also reported its latest quarterly financial results, as did Juniper Networks. …read more Source:: ZDNet


Alcohol-free liquor and cocktails: Everything you need to know – CNET

Zero-alcohol beverages that are so much better than just drinking a Coke. …read more Source:: CNet


Apple’s self-driving car system could use voice, gesture guidance – Roadshow

A patent application from the company shows how it imagines humans would interact with its software. …read more Source:: CNet


Eight Atari-themed hotels are being built across the US – CNET

The hotels will have “immersive” gaming experiences including AR and VR. …read more Source:: CNet


Motorola on the Razr’s Folding Screen: ‘Bumps and Lumps Are Normal’

Last week, Motorola’s Razr handset went on sale for $1499. Alongside the pre-order launch, Motorola has posted a series of videos on its YouTube channel that are somewhere between brief ads and how-tos for the folding phone. And as you might have guessed from the headline, “Caring for razr” caught The Verge’s eye. From the…


Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will reportedly go on sale in February for $1,400 – CNET

The company’s next folding phone with hopefully see fewer problems than the original Galaxy Fold. …read more Source:: CNet


Will iPhone 12 look identical to iPhone 11? Not exactly, but maybe, yeah – CNET

It’s a surprise to me too. …read more Source:: CNet


Google halts paid-for Chrome extension updates amid fraud surge: Web Store in lockdown ‘due to the scale of abuse’

Meanwhile, probe reveals how Avast’s ‘anonymized’ user data can be, er, deanonymized On Saturday, Google temporarily disabled the ability to publish paid Chrome apps, extensions, and themes in the Chrome Web Store due to a surge in fraud.… …read more Source:: Register