Got hold of a Raspberry Pi but not entirely confident with Linux? While the main desktop is easy enough to use, at times you’ll need to rely on command line entry in the terminal. But if you’re new to the Raspbian operating system and Linux, this is easier said than done. If you’re using a

It’s almost time for the Consumer Electronics Show, which means we’re going to hear about all kinds of exciting new technology! Dell is getting out ahead of the big event with the announcement of its new commercial Latitude 7400 2-in-1 laptop. The device actually features a proximity sensor that’ll wake the computer up automatically when

Making the jump from Windows to Linux isn’t always a walk in the park for long-time Windows users. That isn’t the say the experience isn’t a great one. It’s just that there are certain things you take for granted in Windows that are quite different in Linux. Some major differences include the need to become

Facebook Bug Exposes Users’ Photos

Saturday, 15 December 2018 by

A Facebook bug has exposed the private photos of up to 6.8 million users. The bug means thousands of third-party apps had potential access to photos they didn’t have permission to view. The worst thing is the amount of time Facebook took to disclose the incident. Facebook’s Very Bad Year It’s fair to say Facebook

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Quora has been hacked. The result is that up to 100 million Quora users may have had their data accessed by an as-yet-unknown third party. Quora is actively investigating the incident, and has already taken various steps to improve its security. For the uninitiated, Quora is a Q&A website which pairs people who have questions

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In April 2018, SmugMug acquired Flickr from Oath for an undisclosed sum of money. Now, six months on, SmugMug is making changes to Flickr in order to make a return on its investment. Which is good news for Pro users, and bad news for free users. Naturally. Flickr Puts a Price on Ambition The new

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