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New Adobe Tool Makes Reading PDFs On Mobile Easier

Reading PDFs on a smartphone can be a lesson in frustration. Even at full-screen width, most smartphone display screens are just too small to display it comfortably, which inevitably results in some awkward scrolling as you try to read whatever information the PDF contains. That's about to change. Recently, Adobe rolled out a new AI-based feature that ...

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Facebook Working On Business Suite For Managing Social Media

Social Media giant Facebook, recently announced a new app aimed at Enterprise users. If you maintain an active corporate presence on Facebook and Instagram, you'll be particularly interested in the company's new offering. It is designed to give business owners a dashboard that will make it easier to manage their company's social media presence, allowing users to ...

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Microsoft Considering Adding Meet Now Button For Online Meetings

The Coronavirus pandemic has changed a number of things about how the world works. One of the bigger and more noticeable changes is, of course, the fact that so many people are working from home these days. They're relying on video conferencing software in lieu of face to face meetings. This year, Google and Microsoft have seen ...

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Running And Bicycling App May Be Sharing Personal Data

Do you use the Strava app when you run or bike? If so, it may be sharing your personal information in ways you hadn't expected. Andrew Seward, the head of Data and Product Development at Experian was out for a morning run when he noticed something so unusual that he felt compelled to tweet about it. While on his ...

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Popular Eyewear Provider Hit By Ransomware Attack

You may not be familiar with the name Luxottica, but the Italian-based eyewear manufacturer is the largest company of its kind in the world. It has popular brands such as Ferrari, Michael Kors, Ray-Ban, Armani, Coach, and others in its expansive portfolio. Unfortunately, the company recently found itself on the receiving end of a ransomware ...

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Corporate Networks Being Targeted By New Ransomware

There's a new threat actor on the hacking world stage, going by the name "OldGremlin", and they're causing some serious damage to corporate networks around the world. The group's malware campaign seems to have begun back in March of this year (2020) and for the moment, at least, is centered in Russia. Of course, it ...

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Data Breach Of Department Of Veterans Affairs

Hackers aren't picky when it comes to target selection, and no one is safe. Unfortunately, that includes the Department of Veterans Affairs, which recently disclosed that a hacker successfully breached their system and made off with personal information belonging to more than 46,000 veterans served by the department. According to the official breach notification, the hackers utilized ...

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Staples May Have Exposed Some Of Its Customer Data

If you're a customer of US retail chain Staples, you may have recently received a notification from the company regarding a problem with their Order Tracking system. According to information in the notification, the data was left exposed due to insufficient protections of the data stream accessed when a customer clicked to review their current and ...

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Nvidia Gets In The CPU Game With ARM Purchase

If you're more than a casual gamer, you're probably already quite familiar with Nvidia, one of the industry's leaders when it comes to graphics cards. Recently, the company announced a massive $40 billion deal that should push the tech giant to new heights. Nvidia has been in talks for months with Arm Holdings, Ltd. ARM is a ...

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Microsoft Edge Browser Is Included With Latest Windows 10 Updates

Do you use Microsoft Edge? Unfortunately, Microsoft doesn't care whether you do or not, they're force-installing the browser on Windows 10 systems as part of their updates. Ostensibly, this is because the company is retiring their older versions of Edge and replacing them with the new Chromium-based edge. In order to make sure that all of the ...

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