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  • The free LibreOffice 7.0 office suite is available August 10, 2020 by Founder & Owner - LibreOffice 7.0 offers an extremely interesting alternative to paid office application suites. With “LibreOffice” you can perform a variety of office tasks, such as writing texts, creating presentations and managing spreadsheets, at no cost, just as you would with any other “Office” suite. Especially those users who see as a main disadvantage the inability to upgrade the office software Διαβάστε Περισσότερα ...
  • 80% of users invent their own passwords August 4, 2020 by Founder & Owner - A recent Kaspersky report found that 83% of users invent their own passwords, while 54% say they do not know how to check if any of their login details have been compromised. Passwords are the most common method of identification, but they are effective only if they are difficult to breach and only if they remain confidential. And with the growing number of applications requiring Διαβάστε Περισσότερα ...
  • Dark Mode available in eBay Native Apps July 30, 2020 by Founder & Owner - eBay launches “Dark Mode” for all its “native” applications. This feature is designed to enhance the consumer experience, leverage device settings, create greater accessibility, and deliver optimal quality to the platform’s customers. So far, “Dark Mode” is the most sought-after “app feature” for 2020. Now most users know that bright screens can tire the eyes; when the eyes are strained throughout the day Διαβάστε Περισσότερα ...
  • Safe “national quantum Internet” planned by the US July 29, 2020 by Founder & Owner - The draft strategy for the development of a national quantum Internet was presented last week by the “US Department of Energy” at a press conference at the “University of Washington”. The move is part of the broader context of the international quantum “race” in the telecommunications industry, with the report providing –at the US department’s announcement– a path to the development of the “National Quantum Διαβάστε Περισσότερα ...
  • New techniques for better computer graphics July 29, 2020 by Founder & Owner - Software techniques that make lighting more realistic in “computer-generated” images were developed by researchers at Dartmouth College and their industry partners. The new techniques focus on “real-time” graphics that must maintain the illusion of interactivity, as scenes change as a result of user movements. These graphics can be used in applications such as video games, scientific visualization tools, Διαβάστε Περισσότερα ...
  • Microsoft Teams monitors are designed to facilitate teleworking July 26, 2020 by Founder & Owner - In addition to software upgrades, Microsoft also offers the right hardware for those who work from home.  At a time when teleworking is timelier than ever, the “Microsoft Teams” ecosystem is offering even more options to every professional and beyond. “Microsoft Teams” monitors are small, portable displays with a built-in high-performance microphone, speakers, and cameras so you can comfortably complete video Διαβάστε Περισσότερα ...
  • Microsoft opens its cards for upcoming Windows 10X July 24, 2020 by Founder & Owner - As already known, Microsoft is preparing to launch Windows 10X, first on single-screen devices and later on dual-screen devices.  What has become known so far is that Windows 10X will be available from spring 2021 on devices with the single screen, while starting in spring 2022 one will be able to take advantage of all the virtues of the new operating system on dual-screen devices. The Διαβάστε Περισσότερα ...
  • “Human” hands for robots July 22, 2020 by Founder & Owner - An innovative humanoid hand for robots with a “human” touch designed and developed by engineers at Michigan State University. As we know, in industrial conditions, robots are used for tasks that include repetitive grip and handling objects; at the end of the robot where a human hand would be located, there is a grab. “The innovative humanoid hand design is Διαβάστε Περισσότερα ...
  • Viber adds emoji reaction function to its communities July 22, 2020 by Founder & Owner - Rakuten Viber announced emoji reactions in communities to take the “likes” on its platform a step further. More specifically, celebrating World Emoji Day on July 17, Viber asked its users in different countries what their favorite emoji was; users were able to choose between five emojis: heart, laughter, shock, sadness, anger (💜, 😆, 😲, 😢, 😡) and what dominated Greece is 💜. Διαβάστε Περισσότερα ...
  • Tips for secure access to free Wi-Fi on holiday July 21, 2020 by Founder & Owner - Most of us usually search for a free Wi-Fi hotspot on our holidays to connect, in order to avoid data charges from mobile operators. Most of us connect all devices, such as smartphones, tablets and laptops, to public open Wi-Fi spots, so we can access our e-mails, surf the Internet, or post on social media. But are we aware of the proper and Διαβάστε Περισσότερα ...
  • Smartphones: Does your phone finally kill you or not? July 15, 2020 by Founder & Owner - And yet when you think about things that might want to kill you, you rarely look at your phone. And yet your phone is killing you. We know, the news isn’t good. It does happen. Dozens of people have lost their lives from mobile phones and we are not talking of course about the new 5G antennas that make your mind fried Διαβάστε Περισσότερα ...
  • How social media make access to financial services more difficult July 13, 2020 by Founder & Owner - 18% of consumers worldwide face problems accessing financial services due to the evaluation of their information on social media through rating systems, according to the latest Kaspersky report: “Social credits and security: embracing the world of ratings”. While such social scoring systems are now more widespread and have already been implemented in many countries and Διαβάστε Περισσότερα ...
  • Trojans, Backdoors and Droppers the most popular malware July 10, 2020 by Founder & Owner - Anonymous statistics from free requests in the “Kaspersky Threat Intelligence Portal” revealed that almost three-quarters (72%) of the analyzed malicious files were divided into three categories:“Trojans”,“Backdoors” and “Droppers”. The statistics also show that the types of malware that researchers often investigate do not match those most prevalent. Malicious activity detection is only the starting point for attack research. To develop response Διαβάστε Περισσότερα ...