Security Trump calls on Apple to unlock alleged shooter's phone for FBI Microsoft January 2020 Patch Tuesday fixes 49 security bugs Windows 7 end of life: Security risks and what you should do next The bizarre story of the first ransomware attack (ZDNet YouTube) Best home security of 2019: Professional monitoring and DIY (CNET) How to protect specific folders and files in Windows (TechRepublic) … [Read more...] about Hacker leaks passwords for more than 500,000 servers, routers, and IoT devices
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NEW DELHI: iPad sales have gone up in India even as the overall growth in numbers slowed down worldwide. Interestingly, the Cupertino giant also reported growth in sales in the Indian market across iPhone and Mac computer range. This was disclosed by Apple during the course of announcement of results for the third quarter on Tuesday. However, the company did not disclose the actual sales figures for the country. Apple said it sold 15.3 million iPads, a marginal increase over 14.6 million units of the tablet it sold last year. A part of this increase was also attributed to growth in markets like India where iPad sales were up 45% on an year-on-year basis. During the earnings call, Apple's senior vice-president and chief financial officer Luca Maestri said, "iPad sales grew overall in the developing markets with particularly strong year-over-year growth in the Middle-East, where iPad sales were up 64%, in China where they grew 51%, and in India, where they were up 45%." Apple … [Read more...] about iPad, iPhone & Mac sales go up in India
Walmart If you can't swing a vintage cart on 1stdibs, this silver metal and classic glass version is a steal when it comes to bar gift ideas. With two tiers and built-in bottle holders, it has plenty of storage space for bottles, glasses and bar tools of varying heights and sizes. (If you're able to spend a little more on bar gifts, this gold bar cart with a midcentury modern vibe is also nice.) … [Read more...] about Best bar gifts for 2020
Myths and interesting factsTurns out, people tend to have more heart attacks on the Monday following the "spring forward" switch to daylight saving time. Researchers reporting in 2014 in the journal Open Heart, found that heart attacks increased 24 percent on that Monday, compared with the daily average number for the weeks surrounding the start of DST.Before the Uniform Time Act was passed in the United States, there was a period in which anyplace could or could not observe DST, leading to chaos. For instance, if one took a 35-mile bus ride from Moundsville, West Virginia, to Steubenville, Ohio, he or she would pass through no fewer than seven time changes, according to Prerau. At some point, Minneapolis and St. Paul were on different clocks.A study published in 2009 in the Journal of Applied Psychology showed that during the week following the "spring forward" into DST, mine workers got 40 minutes less sleep and had 5.7 percent more workplace injuries than they did during any other … [Read more...] about Daylight Saving Time: A Guide to the When, Why, What and How
How Do You Use It? Using IKR is easy—just use it whenever you want to say, “I know, right?” If someone says, “I hate how dogs smell,” you might say, “IKR? I would never let a dog in my house!” If you want to be snarky, you could say “IKR?” after a friend tells you how sick he is of internet slang. … [Read more...] about What Does “IKR” Mean, and How Do You Use It?