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Tandy eventually decided that the thrusting young executive types of the early 1980s wanted something rather more portable when they took the elevators to the upper reaches of Nakatomi Plaza, so acquired the rights to Japanese company Kyocera's Kyotronic 85. The anglosphere's version was launched as the TRS-80 Model 100 and gave users a full keyboard and eight-line, 40-characters per line screen in glorious grey-on-grey.A 2.4MHz Intel 80C85 hummed along inside, sipping so little power that the machine was powered by a quartet of AA batteries. An on-board backup battery made sure the data in the machines' RAM – you could have between 8 and 32 kilobytes – remained safe.The Model 100 is often considered a proto-laptop and sold about six million units. Later upgrades adopted the clamshell form factor so common today, but there were also upgrades to the flat-format machines. And one of those was the Tandy 102 that Ed still possesses today.The 102 debuted in 1986, was thinner and lighter than its predecessors and offered 24 kilobytes as its minimum memory specification.“It's just a beeper, but it works well enough for me,” he wrote. He's also used the machine “as a catalog of CDs stored in CD changer cartridges via a custom BASIC application but that became obsolete when I swapped my JVC 6+1 changer for a 200-disc Kenwood unit with a CDDB interface.”


Another vintage machine that caught our eye this week was a Commodore 64, gutted for use as a keyboard.The user is an outfit called SteelOwl which offers a “room adventure” in Philadelphia, USA. The aim of this meatspace game is to escape from a room by solving several puzzles that dwell within, one of which requires players “to enter in clues they find on VHS tapes in a pretend 1980s video store.”The application isn't running on the C64, but the old machine's chassis is intact so it feel like players are bashing away at the machine's much-better-than-a-ZX-Spectrum keyboard.Steelowl's obtained a USB adapter for the C64 from Britain's Tynemouth Software which charges 40 quid for the kit, in case others out there fancy pressing a C64 into service. Tynemouth Software claim their kit can even connect a Commodore 16 keyboard. The Commodore what? The 16 was the heir to the Vic 20, but flopped just about everywhere. Wikipedia claims the machine went on to be Big in Hungary, a market Commodore chose as a dumping ground for the computer,



But we digress. If you've something older, or odder, than Ed's Tandy 102 let me know and you may appear in a future edition of Runtime. Or use that link to suggest a better name for this column. We considered “Uptime Funk”, FWIW. Israeli security researchers have been able to extract encryption keys from a nearby computer by analysing stray electromagnetic radiation.The attack by computer scientists from Tel Aviv University shows that TEMPEST-style side channel attacks are no longer just the preserve of Mission Impossible and three-letter spy agencies.In a paper, titled ECDH Key-Extraction via Low-Bandwidth Electromagnetic Attacks on PCs, the researchers demonstrate how secret decryption keys in applications using the libgcrypt11 library might be harvested.We show that the secret decryption keys can be extracted from PCs running the the ECDH encryption algorithm, using the electromagnetic emanations generated during the decryption process. By measuring the target's electromagnetic emanations, the attack extracts the secret decryption key within seconds, from a target located in an adjacent room across a wall.
ECDH (Elliptic Curve Diffie Hellman) is a standard public-key encryption algorithm used in OpenPGP, as specified in RFC 6637 and NIST SP800-56A. We attacked the ECDH implementation of GnuPG's libgcrypt 1.6.3 (the latest version at the time the paper was written). The attack asks for decryption of a single carefully-chosen ciphertext, iterated a few dozen times, and then uses time-frequency signal analysis techniques in order to extract from the electromagnetic leakage emitted by the target laptop during execution of ECDH decryptions.


The attack rig includes an antenna on a stand, amplifiers, software-defined radio (white box) and an analysis computer. Naturally enough, a lot of digital signal processing and number crunching is involved.The researchers (Daniel Genkin, Lev Pachmanov, Itamar Pipman and Eran Tromer) are due to present their findings in full at the upcoming RSA Conference in San Francisco on 3 March. Security conscious computer users are advised to update their libgcrypt11 packages, something that is already happening. For example, an update for Linux distro Debian can be found here.Many encryption packages on Windows or Macs do not support ECDH, rendering the attack irrelevant. Updates for packages that do support ECDH are already available.Other cryptographic schemes, running on PC-class computers, are also potentially vulnerable to side-channel attacks, the researchers warn. The Israeli team has already demonstrated hacks against RSA and ElGamal, other encryption schemes. More on the Israeli team's previous work can be found in our previous story here.



Unknown and unseen to most users, your smartphone is “talking” in its sleep, and that can sap your battery.The problem? Routing advertisements, one of the fundamental operating principles of the Internet, can demand enough communications to have a noticeable impact on battery life.Router advertisements are multicasts that remind the devices they serve what IP address the router's interface is using (in the old IPv4 world, 192.168.0.1, for example). However, when the smartphone receives that advertisement, it has to process it, even if the screen stays dark.Over at the IETF, a Cisco* engineer called Andrew Yourtchenko and Google* researcher Lorenzo Colitti are suggesting ways that sysadmins can lighten the load on users, at least in the IPv6 world.In particular, the authors say the habits of sysadmins in wired networks, where router advertisements might fly around every few seconds, don't translate well to the world of mobile devices.In RFC 7772, the pair lay down the current best practice for configuring systems so that on devices like phones and tablets, router advertisements don't suck more than 2 per cent of a device's power during sleep mode.


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Although detailed pricing has not been announced, the company said that the Idol 4 series will be available from April 2016, at prices from €279 to €449.Alcatel Plus 10
Next up from Alcatel is a Windows 10 2-in-1 tablet/laptop. The Plus 10 is a 10.1 device with a quad-core 1.92GHz Intel Atom x5-Z8350 chipset. The keyboard is detachable and includes a SIM slot for LTE (4G wireless) connectivity so you can use it as a wifi hotspot for up to 15 users.You also get basic cameras front and rear, 32GB internal storage, 2GB RAM, MicroSD slot, USB and HDMI ports. The Plus 10 is not the slimmest of devices but weighs only 850g, and battery life of 8 hours light usage is claimed. The model on display in Barcelona felt a bit plasticky but its light weight is a benefit.The Plus 10 will be available from June 2016, priced from €379, according to the presentation in Barcelona.


The company is very bullish on Windows, according to VP and chief marketing officer Dan Dery. The Plus 10 joins the Fierce XL Windows 10 smartphone, released earlier this year in the US, and the Pixi 3 8-inch Windows 10 tablet announced at CES in January and set for availability in April 2016. The Pixi 3 is an ARM-based device running Windows 10 Mobile, whereas the Plus 10 runs full Windows and is the first Alcatel device with an Intel chipset.Why do a Windows 10 device? There is a business market but there is also a very good consumer market, Dery told El Reg. A market that is very familiar with Windows. Having a laptop at home that can be detached as a tablet makes a lot of sense.MWC16 HP Inc has unveiled a big bet re-entry into the handheld device market, banking on enterprise’s attachment to the Windows ecosystem to blur the memory of its previous forays and retreats into the space.The vendor will unveil its Elite x3 phablet at MWC, a six inch-high, 7.8mm thick phablet, along with a desktop dock to connect with a big screen and proper corporate networks, and a mobile extender with full size keyboard and 12.5 inch screen.The device cops a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, meaning it will not be a true Wintel device, but it will run on Windows 10. It packs 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal memory and will take SD cards of up to 2TB - once they actually hit the market.And how much will all this cost? We don't know yet, with pricing due to be released shortly before its expected summer release.Michael Park, VP and GM for mobility and retail solutions at HP Inc, claimed the x3 is “the one device that is every device...we are basically covering desktop, notebook and phablet use cases with one product”.



He said that while most mobile/handheld vendors were pushing into the enterprise as “a marketing continuum” of their consumer product lines the X3 was an unapologetically commercial enterprise product “designed for a commercial lifecycle which is two to three years.”This industrial grade ethos extends to dual SIM support, claimed all-day battery life, dual biometrics, 8MP front facing camera, active noise cancellation and B&O optimised audio so that you can really appreciate the hold music while waiting for your conference call to start.The x3 is IP67 tested, meaning it can take a four-foot fall, and will operate under water for 30 minutes before failing. (Though if that latter use case is relevant, perhaps you need to reconsider who you’re doing business with.)Needless to say, Park also describes the device as “beautiful”. Nevertheless, despite all this status symbol box ticking, HP’s key selling point will likely be its compatibility with existing enterprise legacy systems.Park said the world doesn’t quite seem to have twigged that with Windows 10 for “the first time in the history of Microsoft that all devices have converged to the common Windows kernel.”While he had no illusions that the consumer world is unlikely to shift ecosystems any time soon, “In the world of commercial though when you go talk to a CIO and ask ‘what you do you use to drive productivity in your enterprise, to secure your back-end or to run your servers,' Microsoft is still the name in the game.”


“The average Fortune 500 company has 3,500 bespoke apps that they’ve written over the last 20 to 30 years, all on .Net, all for PCs, and those have to be moved to a mobile world if that is how people are going to work.”“I think what the market doesn’t see that’s going to happen is the ability to use Continuum in Windows 10 to now drive a new type of application where you write it once and it runs on a desktop, a phone, a Surface hub, a workstation without having to re-write code will present a massive TCO and value proposition for IT moving forward.”If enterprises opted for iOS and Android for their sub-notebook needs, he added, “you have to maintain all that code separately from everything you’ve done in the last 20 years and you have to carry it forward in terms of integrating those things as the underlying OSes change.The TCO implications for this “will become more evident once Windows 10 gains more adoption,” he said.Needless to say, HP has gained vocal support from Microsoft for the launch. The devices will also come bundled with the Salesforce One - when it is docked, it will kick into the full Salesforce One dashboard. Park said it was working with other ISVs on vertical apps, while HP will provide its own app catalog, dubbed Workspace.



What will really underpin the device’s success after its summer launch is whether HP can persuade corporates to buck their users' consumer-based prejudices, and overlook HP's own form in this sector.The company’s false starts in handheld devices and phones include mid-noughties Windows Mobile devices under the iPaq brand it inherited from Compaq. Yes, we're not sure what happened to them either.The company bought the seminal handheld firm Palm in 2010 for $1.2bn, then said it was only after the operating system, WebOS, before losing interest altogether during its minor meltdown under its short-lived CEO Leo Apotheker the following year. Much of the former Palm, and iPaq, IP was sold off in 2014 to... Qualcomm. Runtime Readers' tales of very old computers keep rolling in, so we'll keep rolling them out at you. We even gave ourselves a name for this silliness: Runtime.The last week's most interesting inbox insertion was news of a Tandy 102 that's still alive and kicking and helping reader “Ed” to stay alive and kicking too.The 102 is a member of the TRS-80 family, the PC that Tandy Corporation introduced in 1977. The TRS-80, known as the “Trash Eighty” by snooty Commodore 64 fanbois, started life as a desktop computer. Several models adopted the all-in-one shape made popular by the Commodore Pet and a “luggable” even made it into the range.

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With Docker, we will be able to ensure application portability, whether it is between dev and ops or between the data center and the cloud.DDC isn't reliant on any particular Linux distribution nor underlying hardware: your kernel and processor just need to support all the low-level stuff that Docker containers are built on. Pricing is based on how many nodes you want to scale DDC on: it's basically $150 per node per month, but do drop them a line to find out more on that score, if DDC floats your container boat. A UK court has approved for the first time the use of predictive coding as a basis for determining which electronic documents are relevant to a dispute.The High Court in London sanctioned its use in a multi-million pound dispute where more than 3 million electronic documents have to be assessed to determine whether they are relevant and disclosable.Master Matthews, who gave the judgment, said the use of predictive coding in the case would promote the overriding objective of the Civil Procedure Rules, which is that courts should seek to deal with cases justly and at proportionate cost. He said, though, that whether it would be right for approval to be given in other cases will, of course, depend upon the particular circumstances obtaining in them.


Litigation law expert Michael Fletcher of Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind Out-Law.com, welcomed the decision and said that, if anything, it is surprising it has taken so long for an English court to sanction the use of predictive coding as a means for meeting electronic disclosure requirements.This may be a vision of the future, but also a rather belated approval of the tools that tech-savvy litigators already have at their disposal and have been using to assess cases and in arbitration, Fletcher said. I don't therefore see this ruling as opening the floodgates for predictive coding, as cases will need to be of a certain value and have sufficient quantities of electronic documents to make it viable. However, it may encourage parties to consider predictive coding in High Court standard disclosure exercises going forward.Predictive coding is the use of software to review the majority of electronic documents in a disclosure exercise, instead of human beings. The software is programmed to account for findings made by senior lawyers who have reviewed a sample of the documents; those lawyers 'train' the document review platform as to what documents are likely to be relevant. Having been 'trained', the software then analyses the remaining documents and identifies their relevance to issues in the case,. The senior reviewers subsequently review further samples as a quality control process, determining whether the software has correctly identified relevant documents. This process will iteratively improve the quality of the 'training' until an acceptable level of accuracy is reached..



Fletcher said predictive coding can potentially save businesses involved in litigation both money and time in major e-disclosure reviews, and perhaps even be considered more reliable than manual document review.Master Matthews cited a number of reasons why he was persuaded to sanction the use of predictive coding in the case before him. He said that predictive coding had been shown to be useful in appropriate cases in other jurisdictions already. He referenced cases in the US and Ireland where predictive coding had been used for e-disclosure purposes.The Master said there is no evidence to show that the use of predictive coding software leads to less accurate disclosure being given than, say, manual review alone or keyword searches and manual review combined.Predictive coding will offer greater consistency in applying an approach to document review defined through senior lawyer sampling, rather than would be the case with many junior lawyers or paralegals independently applying the relevant criteria in relation to individual documents, Master Matthews said.The Master also said the English civil procedure rules do not prohibit the use of predictive coding software. He found that its use in this case was merited in part because of the huge number of electronic documents which must be considered for relevance and possible disclosure in the case before him and because it would be far less expensive to use predictive coding software than to proceed with manual searching of documents in the case.


The cost of using predictive coding software was deemed to be proportionate to the value of the claims at stake in the wider litigation, the judge said. He said that there is plenty of time to consider other disclosure methods if for any reason the predictive software route turned out to be unsatisfactory in the case before him because the trial in the case is not scheduled until June 2017. The final factor weighing in favour of using the tool was that all the parties in the case had agreed on using the software and the way it is to be used. Michael Fletcher notes that this highlights the benefits that can result from parties collaborating early on disclosure and seeking to find common ground on how to proceed in a cost-effective but robust way.MWC16 Just ahead of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Alcatel has announced the Idol 4 and 4S smartphones, complete with VR headset in the box, and a Windows 10 2-in-1 tablet/laptop.Alcatel, formerly known as Alcatel OneTouch, is a brand of the China-based TCL Communications. At a press event in Barcelona, the company unveiled a new logo and announced that it is dropping OneTouch from the name. Specialising in the budget and mid-tier segment, the company claims to be the fiftth largest handset manufacturer in the world, and aims to become number 5 in smartphones and tablets by the end of 2016.



Newly announced at MWC are the Idol 5.2 4+ and 5.4 Idol 4S smartphones, running Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The Idol 4+ has a Qualcomm SnapDragon 617 chipset, 1.7 GHz Octa Core, 1080x1920 display, 13MP rear camera and 8MP front, 3GB RAM and 16GB storage of which 10GB is free for the user.The slightly larger 4S sports a SnapDragon 652 chipset, 1.8 GHz Octa Core, 1440x2560 display, 16MP rear and 8MP front camera, 3GB RAM and 32GB storage of which 25GB is available for user storage. Both models have MicroSD slots.The challenge at MWC is how to differentiate your products from the mass of other Android handsets. The Idol 4 series has a couple of tricks, most notably a VR handset included in the box for the 4S, and available as an extra for the 4+. What you get is a strap-on headset into which the phone slots, providing a mobile VR experience which looks superficially similar to Samsung's Oculus-based Gear VR, into which you slot a Galaxy Note 5 or 6 series mobile.The Alcatel effort feels reasonably solid, though a bit fiddly to unpack and assemble judging by our quick hands-on in Barcelona. It is bulky though, and the key questions are what VR content will be available, and whether the headset will be destined for significant active use or the back of the drawer after purchase. A VR Store app for obtaining pictures, videos and games is pre-installed.


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Si vous vous êtes tenu éloigné de l’achat d’un Galaxy S7 pour voir ce que Samsung va faire avec son smartphone Galaxy Note plus tard dans l’année, sachez que j’ai quelques potins pour vous, provenant du site néerlandais GSM Helpdesk. Deux modèles sont évoqués, et son censés être des dispositifs de test pour le marché européen.Le site estime le Galaxy Note 6 sera équipé d’une monstrueuse batterie de 4 000 mAh, ce qui serait un bond significatif par rapport à celle d’une capacité de 3 000 mAh qui se retrouve à l’intérieur du Galaxy Note 5. Ce dispositif pourrait être l’un qui fonctionne pendant longtemps, très longtemps.Les sources de GSM Helpdesk ont également noté qu’il y a une chance que la phablette soit équipée d’un écran incurvé, même si ce choix n’est pas entériné puisque Samsung n’a pas encore décidé si oui ou non ce sera une bonne idée. Quoi qu’il en soit, la firme sud-coréenne a le savoir-faire de sa gamme de smartphones Edge, ce qui ne devrait pas lui poser trop de soucis.Apparemment, le futur Galaxy Note sera livré avec un écran de 5,8 pouces d’une résolution Quad HD, soit 2 560 x 1 440 pixels, un capteur d’empreintes digitales et une caméra de 12 mégapixels, semblable à celle qui a fait ses débuts dans le S7 et le S7 Edge, annoncés plus tôt cette année au MWC 2016. Cela semble contredire les rumeurs antérieures affirmant que le Galaxy Note 6 serait doté d’une nouvelle caméra. Nous avons également été amenés à croire que Samsung prévoyait de rendre la future phablette imperméable à l’eau.


Il a également été évoqué de voir un processeur Snapdragon 823 de Qualcomm, qui est essentiellement un Snapdragon 820 avec une vitesse d’horloge plus élevée, couplé à 6 Go de mémoire vive (RAM), 32 Go de stockage interne et une présence d’un port micro-SD.GSM Helpdesk n’est pas la source la plus prolifique en matière de précision d’informations, même si elle a réussi à obtenir les spécifications en avance pour le HTC 10. Nous nous attendons à voir le Galaxy Note 6 cet été, entre le mois d’août et le mois de septembre, donc nous devrions avoir d’autres nouvelles le concernant dans les semaines et mois à venir.Xiaomi a publié quelques smartphones cette année, y compris le tant attendu flagship Mi 5. Cela étant dit, Xiaomi cherche à améliorer les résultats des ventes de l’année dernière pour 2016, et dans le but de le faire, l’entreprise va avoir besoin d’offrir un bon nombre des produits attrayants à ses consommateurs.Oubliez les prochains smartphones et wearables comme étant secrètement gardés par des employés ou des entrepreneurs. En effet, Xiaomi préfère faire la fuite elle-même. Ce n’est pas une décision prise par n’importe quel ancien membre du personnel, mais par le PDG de la firme Lei Jun lui-même. Qu’est-ce qu’il a montré ? Un nouvel objet portable qui peut être le Mi Band 2.



Cette fuite est arrivée lors d’un événement en Chine, où Lei Jun l’a diffusé en ligne depuis son smartphone, et a décidé de fournir un aperçu sur le futur gadget se trouvant sur son poignet. Ce dernier n’a pas été désigné comme le Mi Band 2, mais comme le successeur du Mi Band, qui est évoqué depuis un certain temps. Les images ont montré un bracelet connecté plus large, cette fois avec un écran numérique sur la face avant.Le premier Mi Band est un bracelet connecté dédié au suivi de l’activité incroyablement abordable. En dépit d’une mise à niveau rapide à la fin de l’année dernière, où il s’est vu doté d’un capteur de fréquence cardiaque, le Mi Band Pulse — ou Mi Band 1S, a toujours été relativement pauvre en matière de fonctionnalité. Mais, cela peut changer avec l’ajout d’un écran. Cependant, un tel ajout peut également avoir un impact assez conséquent sur l’autonomie du futur bracelet — actuellement d’un mois pour le Mi Band, et peut-être le prix.Le bracelet en silicone ressemble à celui du Mi Band et du Mi Band 1S, ce qui peut signifier que le core (module de base) du Mi Band 2 sera amovible, prêt à se glisser dans un bracelet d’un autre coloris. Il y a aussi un bouton non identifié, ou un capteur sur le module de base, qui peut potentiellement être utilisé pour contrôler le bracelet.


Bien que sa photo a permis d’en apprendre davantage sur sa conception, Lei Jun n’a pas partagé tous les détails le concernant. On ne sait pas si cela est un prototype, ou les caractéristiques qu’il va offrir, ou quand il sera libéré. Xiaomi prévoit d’annoncer un nouveau smartphone, le Mi Max au mois de mai, et nous pourrions en savoir plus lors de cet événement.La Samsung Gear S2 est l’une des meilleures smartwatches disponibles à ce jour, mais si vous cherchez à en acheter une, cela vaudra peut-être la peine d’attendre que Samsung remplace celle-ci. En effet, il est spéculé que la prochaine itération sera disponible avant la fin de l’année.La rumeur veut que Samsung annoncera la Gear S3 à l’IFA 2016, et présentera une autre version limitée « grand luxe » (« super-luxury ») lors du Baselworld, en mars 2017. Autrement dit, le géant sud-coréen aurait déjà prévu ses smartwatches pour les mois à venir. De Grisogno, le bijoutier qui a fait une édition limitée de luxe sertie de diamants de la Gear S2 — qui coûte la « modique » somme de 15 000 dollars pourrait produire une version premium de la Gear S3.La Gear S3 reste néanmoins un mystère, puisque ce sont les premières informations que l’on entend à son sujet. Son lancement semble inévitable, étant donné le chaleureux accueil qu’à reçu la Gear S2. Bien que les premières versions aient rencontré quelques problèmes, on ne peut nier qu’elle est l’une des smartwatches les plus attrayantes, fonctionnelles et intuitives que j’ai pu tester. La navigation dans les menus avec une simple rotation du cadran semble presque trop simple, et il est surprenant de constater que ce système n’a pas été utilisé jusqu’ici, étant donné la façon dont il fonctionne.


Un fonctionnaire de De Grisogno a mentionné au Korea Herald : « nous collaborons actuellement avec Samsung pour développer sa smartwatch de prochaine génération ». Le fonctionnaire a également confirmé que la Gear S3 sera prête pour un lancement à l’IFA 2016.Si vous avez des fichiers stockés sur Mega, sauvegardez-les. C’est en tout cas ce que le fondateur, Kim Dotcom, qui est actuellement en appel d’extradition de la Nouvelle-Zélande aux États-Unis pour fraude, association de malfaiteurs, blanchiment d’argent, actes de racket et violation du droit d’auteur — rien que ça — a mentionné.Mega fournit 50 Go de stockage gratuit et chiffré sur le cloud à tout le monde ayant créé un compte. Les utilisateurs prêts à payer un peu plus de 9 dollars par mois obtiennent quant à eux la monstrueuse capacité de 4 To. Toutes les données sont cryptées, fournissant à Mega un dossier en béton pour l’aspect juridique, évitant ainsi toute violation de droits d’auteur. Le site est un successeur spirituel de Megaupload, également fondé par Dotcom, qui a été connu pour de nombreux utilisateurs comme un endroit idéal pour regarder des séries TV et des films piratés.



Dans un tweet récent, Dotcom explique que Mega est à court d’argent, en partie parce que Mega a dû survivre pendant presque deux ans sans pouvoir accepter de paiement par carte de crédit.Mega had to survive without a credit card payment processor for almost 2 years now. The air is getting thin. Backup your Mega files asap.Dotcom, pour ceux qui ne s’en souviennent pas, a fait parlé de lui en 2012 pour son emphatique réponse au gouvernement américain d’arrêter le très populaire site de partage de fichiers Megaupload. À un moment donné, il a affiché une vidéo commerciale où des célébrités comme P. Diddy, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian et Serena Williams ont tous approuvé le site.
Néanmoins, elle n’était pas terrible. Mais, elle ressemble parfaitement au style de Dotcom. Les utilisateurs ont aimé ce genre de geste, et le site lui-même, mais les autorités ont visiblement pas eu le même avis sur la question.Finalement, Megaupload a été fermé. Dotcom a été arrêté lors d’un spectaculaire raid à sa demeure à Auckland, en Nouvelle-Zélande. Ce fut un effort conjoint entre les autorités néo-zélandaises, le FBI, la Gendarmerie royale du Canada, le ministère de la Justice de Hong Kong, et les autorités de plusieurs autres pays.


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Bewegtbild aus dem Eigenheim gibt es dann per Smartphone-App auch unterwegs. Per App lassen sich "Gefahrenzonen" definieren, dann schlägt die Kamera Alarm, wenn dort Bewegungen festgestellt werden. Auch bei lauten Geräuschen gibt es Alarm per App und E-Mail. Mit eingebauten Infrarot-LEDs kann die Überwachungskamera auch bei Nacht bis zu fünf Meter weit schauen. Die mit vollem Namen Wireless AC 180° HD Cloud Camera DCS-960L genannte Kamera kostet rund 200 Euro.Mit TP-Links neuen Powerline-Adaptern sollen Daten im Haus noch schneller über die Stromleitungen übertragen werden. Dazu setzt der etwas sperrig benannte TL-PA9020P KIT auf den neuen AV2000-Standard für bis zu 2000 Megabit pro Sekunde. Die beiden Adapter des Sets werden in die Steckdose gesteckt, Anschlüsse für Ethernet sind vorhanden, außerdem gibt es WLAN mit Multiuser-MiMO und variabler Sendefeldgeometrie mit Beamforming. Damit die Steckdose nicht blockiert wird, ist ein Schutzkontaktstecker mit 16 Ampere Ausgangleistung integriert. Die Powerline-Adapter sind bereits im Handel und kosten rund 140 Euro.


Acers Travelmate P648 ist eines der ersten Geräte auf dem Markt mit dem neuen WLANad-Standard. Damit können über kurze Distanzen Datenübertragungsraten von bis zu 4,6 Gigabit pro Sekunde erreicht werden. Praktisch, um zum Beispiel auch Bild und Ton auf externe Monitore oder Projektoren zu übertragen. Ansonsten stecken im Magnesium-Aluminium-Gehäuse mit 14 Zoll großem Full-HD-Bildschirm (1920 zu 1080 Pixel) bis zu 20 Gigabyte (GB) Arbeitsspeicher, optional eine Geforce-940M-Grafikkarte und diverse Funkschnittstellen wie LTE-Datenfunk, NFC und Bluetooth. Auch USB-Typ-C-Anschluss ist an Bord, dazu drei USB-3.0-Ports. Der Akku hält laut Hersteller rund acht Stunden durch. Der Travelmate P648 ist für rund 1130 Euro zu haben.Wer ganz auf das Auto verzichten will, hat ein Problem: Wie transportiere ich den Wochenendeinkauf - und wie die Kinder? Für die meisten bedeutet das, entweder einen Anhänger oder ein Lastenrad zu kaufen. Das Salamander Cycle verbindet diese Elemente - und ist auch noch ein Kinderwagen.



Berlin (dpa) - Eine glatte 1 für Nordische Kombinierer und Rodler, die Eisschnellläufer bleiben mit Gesamtnote 5 dagegen fast sitzen. Die Zeugnisse der deutschen Wintersportler fallen nach einer durchwachsenen Saison höchst unterschiedlich aus.So profitieren die Biathleten mit ihrer guten Bilanz vor allem von Laura Dahlmeier. Die Deutsche Presse-Agentur verteilt Noten von 1 bis 5.NORDISCHE KOMBINATION: Note 1 Auf die Nordischen Kombinierer war auch in einer Saison ohne großen Höhepunkt Verlass. Gewinn des Seefeld-Triples und Gesamtweltcup-Sieg durch Eric Frenzel - der vierte in Serie, Platz drei durch Fabian Rießle, Sieg im Nationencup. Viel mehr geht nicht. Zwölf der 19 Saison-Weltcups gewannen die Schützlinge von Bundestrainer Hermann Weinbuch, hinzu kamen zwölf weitere Podestplätze.


RENNRODELN: Note 1 Nach einem etwas holprigen Saisonstart war am Ende alles wie fast immer in den vergangenen Jahren. Felix Loch, Natalie Geisenberger und Tobias Wendl/Tobias Arlt im Doppelsitzer holten sich jeweils die Siege im Gesamtweltcup. Auch beim Saisonhöhepunkt, der Heim-WM am Königssee, räumten die Bayern alle wichtigen Titel ab.BIATHLON: Note 2 Dank Laura Dahlmeier haben die Biathleten bei der WM reiche Beute gemacht. Fünf der acht Medaillen gingen auf das Konto der 22-Jährigen. Lange Gesichter gab es vor allem bei den Männern. In Oslo blieb vor allem Simon Schempp hinter den Erwartungen. Im Weltcup zeigte das gesamte Team dagegen Topleistungen. Insgesamt gab es 14 Siege und 45 Podestplätze. Da ragten Verfolgungs-Weltmeisterin Dahlmeier und Schempp mit je fünf Siegen heraus.SKISPRINGEN: Note 2 Severin Freund sorgte praktisch im Alleingang für eine erfolgreiche Saison. Er wurde Zweiter bei der Vierschanzentournee, Zweiter im Gesamt-Weltcup, gewann drei Einzelspringen und führte das Team zu WM-Silber im Skifliegen. Weitere siebenmal stand Freund auf dem Podest, was außer ihm lediglich Karl Geiger gelang. Eine Saison zum Vergessen erlebten die Frauen, die ohne Podiumsplatz blieben.


BOB: Note 2 Mit dem WM-Doppelerfolg im Zweierbob durch Francesco Friedrich und Johannes Lochner sowie den WM-Titel von Anja Schneiderheinze lagen die deutschen Bobfahrer bei den Titelkämpfen in Innsbruck/Igls voll im Soll. Den Titel im Viererbob verpasste Friedrich nur um vier Hundertstelsekunden, dafür holte Maximilian Arndt den Gesamtweltcup. Die Startzeiten stimmen, fahrerisch gibt es noch Reserven. Und die Materialdiskussionen ebben nicht ab.SKELETON: Note 2 Mit dem Weltmeistertitel von Tina Hermann sowie dem Doppelerfolg im Gesamtweltcup von Hermann und Jacqueline Lölling ist der Generationsumbruch unerwartet gut gelungen. Während die immer noch startschwachen Frauen fahrerisch und mit ihrem Schlitten-Material überzeugen, gehört der WM-Vierte Axel Jungk am Start zu den Besten. Allerdings ist die internationale Konkurrenz bei den Männern deutlich größer.SKI ALPIN: Note 3 Drei Siege von Viktoria Rebensburg und einer von Felix Neureuther sind zu wenig für die deutschen Skirennfahrer. In einem Winter ohne Großereignis fehlte oft die Konstanz innerhalb eines Rennens. Rebensburg hat dennoch gezeigt, dass sie eine Kandidatin für kleine und große Kugeln ist. In den schnellen Disziplinen sorgte vor allem Andreas Sander für viel Zuversicht vor der kommenden Saison.



SNOWBOARD: Note 3 Der Sieg in der olympischen Disziplin Slopestyle durch Silvia Mittermüller war ein starker Abschluss einer ansonsten schwachen Saison mit nur drei weiteren Podestplätzen. Bei den Raceboardern machten sich die Verletzungspausen von Isabella Laböck und Amelie Kober bemerkbar. Youngster Johannes Höpfl steigerte sich in der Halfpipe und macht Mut für die Zukunft.SKI-FREESTILE: Note 3 Zwei Siege, ein zweiter Platz, zweimal Dritter: Die Podestbilanz der Ski-Freestyler ist auf dem Niveau der vergangenen Jahre. Lisa Zimmermann gewann den ersten Big-Air-Weltcup der Geschichte, Heidi Zacher holte den einzigen Sieg im Skicross. In dieser Disziplin konnten die deutschen Starter die Erwartungen aber nicht komplett erfüllen und müssen sich im vorolympischen Winter steigern.EISKUNSTLAUF: Note 3 Die Paarläufer Aljona Savchenko und Bruno Massot gewannen auf Anhieb EM-Silber. Die fünfmalige Weltmeisterin möchte auch beim Saisonhöhepunkt, der WM nach Ostern in Boston, mit ihrem neuen Partner aus Frankreich eine Medaille holen. Nach dem Ausfall von Peter Liebers blieben die Einzelläufer aber blass. Der siebte EM-Platz von Nathalie Weinzierl stach da noch heraus.


Es geht nach langer Stagnation wieder bergauf. Dafür stand vor allem Talent Anna Seidel. Die 18-jährige Dresdnerin sorgte für die ersten beiden Podestplätze nach Jahren der Flaute. Beim Saison-Höhepunkt, der WM in Seoul, war für die Noch-Juniorin aber der Akku leer. Bei den Männern ist nach wie vor nichts von Aufschwung zu spüren.SKI-LANGLAUF: Note 4 Der Neuanfang braucht mehr Zeit als gedacht. Wenn man die Weltcup-Ergebnisse zugrunde legt, gab es sogar einen Rückschritt. Nur bei einem Team-Sprint schafften es Hanna Kolb und Sandra Ringwald auf das Podest. Wichtig war, dass sich alle den neuen Herausforderungen stellten. Vordere Platzierungen sollen in der nächsten Saison als Resultat des verschärften Trainings kommen. Ringwald und Jonas Dobler konnten mit ihren Leistungen überzeugen.EISSCHNELLLAUF: Note 5 Erstmals kein Podestplatz im Weltcup sorgte für Ernüchterung, war aber keine Überraschung. Seit der Nullnummer bei Olympia in Sotschi setzt sich der Sinkflug fort. Fünf vierte Platze bei der WM in Kolomna wurden durch die etablierten Claudia Pechstein und Patrick Beckert erkämpft, vom Nachwuchs ist weit und breit keine Spur. Daher setzt Sportdirektor Robert Bartko auf Jugend-Konzepte - die aber erst von 2022 an greifen.


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So... you're saying that... the laptop might have... different... states... than just working or not working.Who cares, it's not my laptop, I reply. And it's not my webserver either. We told them to get a reputable hosting company if they put it on the cloud and they just clicked on the first thing that came up in their Google search.I see. So back to this laptop – the Boss says, breaking out a small sweat as the CPU cranks up – are you saying that it could be considered to be alive, dead, neither … or both?Oh it's dead. I say. It's got Windows 8 on it.But you don't KNOW it's dead. And anyway, my home laptop has Windows 8 on it – nothing wrong with it!Knowing isn't the point – But we all know 8's a machine killer. But the only way you could be 100 per cent sure is by opening the lid! he saysIT'S RUNNING WINDOWS 8! I say Of course it's dead. Anyway, I wouldn't open the box, I'd just tell security that someone left them a vintage slab of Tennents Extra for helping them to push start their car.But what if they haven't help push start a car?


Trust me, the only thing OUR security would push start is the ciggy lighter in their car or the call button at a drive-thru deep fry house. And besides, the words 'Tennents Extra' ring in their ears so loudly the tinnitus will block the rest of the sentence out.So you'd maim a security guard just to prove a point?It's one of OUR security guards! They gain a stone a year, have a three figure BMI and an average life expectancy of 27! I'd be doing them a favour!So how do we make our website secure – as it sounds like we don't host it?You're right we don't. But there are some simple steps we generally take to secure a rogue service hosted in the cloud.Yes? Well first we find the ACTUAL cloud site that is hosting the service – in this case a web site....and get a consultant in to patch it and run penetration testing? the Boss says, with more technical words than he knows what to do with.No. Generally we get a work van, a brick, and three or four large drums of petrol with the filler caps removed...The Boss finally realises the futility of trying to engage me in technical conversation in pub-countdown time and wanders off to his office.San Francisco tech darling Docker will today push its Docker Datacenter (DDC) subscription service into general availability.DDC basically lets developers within an enterprise build and test apps inside containers, and deploy them into production using on-premises systems or virtual machines in the cloud. From laptop to server, apps running in their boxes should just work. Docker dubs this a container-as-a-service (CaaS) platform.



Crafted from a mix of open and closed-source software, DDC was first glimpsed in June last year and has been in beta for a while now. It was created after corporate programmers started using Docker containers to package apps with libraries and other dependencies on their laptops, and sysadmins wanted centralized tools to push this code live in a reliable and scalable manner.DDC basically sticks casters on containerized apps and rolls them off coders' laptops, across the factory floor, and out into the sunlight for customers to prod and poke. Docker calls this an end-to-end lifecycle of development, but where's the fun in that?At the heart of the thing is the Docker Trusted Registry, which lets admins manage and store Docker images. Software stacks are then built from these images, tested and deployed using Docker-supplied tools. Images can be cryptographically signed off by developers so that only trusted images end up on production systems.DDC also includes the Docker Universal Control Plane – a key ingredient and the bit that has technically hit general availability today – and, of course, Docker Engine.Below is an overview of the architecture: programmers build and test their images on their dev machines, then push them to the grey blob which is the Docker Trusted Registry, where files are organized and access is strictly controlled. Then images are deployed to on-premises or cloud-based systems as required.


If anything it encourages developers to break up their monolithic enterprise applications into separate components that all the cool kids are calling microservices. A new or updated logging microservice can be created by a developer, tested, and pushed to the registry as a Docker image, and then rolled out live as a container for apps to seamlessly use when ops is happy with the change.We've seen our customers take changes that require months to complete, and reduce their deployment to hours, Scott Johnston, Docker's senior veep of product management, told El Reg.For example, the ING bank in Europe would take nine months to deploy a change: it would have to go through all the steps of code review, Q&A, load testing, and staging and so on.With a monolithic application, changing just one line is so fraught with risk. After going in all with microservices, changes can be pushed without having to do a full recompile and rebuild: you can go from nine months to hours.That means customer-facing apps can be rapidly updated with features and tweaks to compete with rivals, for example. It means you can respond to customer requests and competitive pressures, added Johnston. A CIO or CTO can go to the CEO, and say: Hey, these apps we're queuing up? We're delivering them in weeks not months.



Docker to date isn't about mind-blowing computer-science breakthroughs; it's all about taking existing technologies that have been cranky to configure and a pain to master, and making them super-easy and smooth to use. Now it's taking that approach to container deployment for enterprises. Microservices isn't for everyone – you can't wave a magic wand and turn all dependencies into separate services, and it can introduce really irritating complexities. Still, a lot of people swear by them.Below is a simplified diagram showing how ADP, a major payroll processing service in the US, has used DDC to switch from monolithic programs to apps that are made up of interchangeable and updatable microservices.
It was pretty essential to Docker that it get its software right for ADP, because the finance biz processes Docker staffers' wage slips. Docker uses ADP, so we have an interest in deploying this successfully, said Johnston.As part of our initiative to modernize our business-critical applications to microservices, ADP has been investigating solutions that would enable our developers to leverage a central library of IT-vetted and secured core services that they could rapidly iterate on,” said ADP CTO Keith Fulton.


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This can only get worse so I plead to event organisers: get your Wi-Fi act in gear, because even software that doesn’t need to be online will try to go online anyway. It’s bad enough leaving it all to chance without actively inviting the internet devils to dance around your motherboards.Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Ubuntu, told The Register that converged devices – phones that can also be PCs – are the future of personal computing.Shuttleworth was at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona last week, where Ubuntu exhibited to show off its phones, tablets, and IoT (Internet of Things) initiatives.Among the displays was BQ's Ubuntu tablet, which has both a tablet mode and a windowed mode that can be enabled when attached to an external display, keyboard and mouse.We’re showcasing Ubuntu as a converged OS, said mobile product manager Richard Collins. It’s one codebase that can go onto any device that has some kind of need for a display, one SDK that developers can use. We’ll do the magic to make sure that apps scale for the display. All of that has been engineered into our first tablet product. If you connect a mouse and keyboard, it is running a full Ubuntu PC.


Ubuntu smartphones were also on display, destined for the Chinese market, from brands well-known in China, such as Meizu. Collins said that Chinese vendors wanted to build their own ecosystem, and that Ubuntu gave them freedom to do that.At MWC Microsoft, along with partners such as HP and Acer, were pushing the idea of Windows 10 Mobile as a converged phone and PC, using the feature called Continuum. Shuttleworth said he was delighted.“We’re quite lucky because HP made this big announcement that they were going to do a convergent device, a phone that could be a PC, and we’ve already got it. It really shifted people’s mood. We’ve been saying that we could build, as an open source project, a single device that could run across all these form factors. People have said that’s a little crazy, and now suddenly we’ve got some of the biggest companies in the world saying that’s a great idea,” he said.There’s stuff coming down the pike in terms of changes to personal computing form factors which I think will take this and make it the standard way everybody works. It’s hard to see now, but I’m convinced that’s the future, he added.



Shuttleworth also talked up Ubuntu's Internet of Things credentials. Running Ubuntu Core on devices improves security, he said, thanks to easy updates.We’re just a common operating system, but the way we’ve structured that solves one of the key problems for the world, which is the security of the internet of things. That means for example that last week’s major global compromise of Linux libc, which affects pretty much every home router in the world, all the carriers in the world could have fixed that problem if they were using this mechanism, because they would just have pushed the update, and they wouldn’t have to wait for the device manufacturers or do it independently, he said.If you imagine a world where everything has a little bit of Linux in it, this is a much healthier world because the core Linux piece can be updated independently of the piece running the fridge, or the piece running the home router.What are the advantages of Ubuntu over Google's Android, which is also Linux-based?In the devices space the key question is, is that a small server running that Uavia drone, or is that a phone? If you think of it as a server, then people’s natural inclination is to use a server operating system. If you are the developer thinking, I’m going to write that software on my laptop running Ubuntu and I’m going to test it on the cloud with Ubuntu, so the natural place to run it on the drone is Ubuntu, he said.


In phones Android has a phenomenal position. We serve the needs of people who want a very secure personal computing platform, and that’s enough for me. If personal computing gets reinvented again, who knows, we could be in front of that next wave.We are certainly at the front of this [IoT] wave. The Google car, the Tesla car, the Audi car, all of those self-driving cars, they all run Ubuntu. A bunch of the leading drone manufacturers, they all run Ubuntu. Robots run Ubuntu, and so on. In the Internet of Things, Ubuntu is the Android. In phones? We’re small but feisty, he told me.In tablets and phones, Ubuntu has the same issues as any mobile OS that is not iOS or Android, which is lack of applications. In this respect, even Windows 10 Mobile is ahead. Libre Office is no fun on a tablet, because it is not designed for touch.We have a new generation of apps that have been designed for touch and convergence, Shuttleworth assured me, but added, You’re right, we do need to create a new set of apps.The convergence idea is also an open question. While smartphones now have the computing power to equal basic desktop computers, the difficulty again is whether converged apps, that run seamlessly both as mobile and desktop software, really make sense.


HP's solution is that you use Windows Mobile as a client for cloud-hosted remote applications when docked to an external display. At MWC, Intel showcased another idea, with Android and Linux stacks side by side, running different sets of applications.A WordPress site? I ask Configured with every plugin under the sun? Loosely 'administered' by the PR team? Hosted on a cloud server in who-knows-where, chosen with the same care and attention you'd use in picking a toilet to use after seven pints and a bad curry and a half hour tube ride which only gets you half-way home.So it's not secure?Never updated, never vetted, protected by what's probably a one-bit self signed SSL key?So it IS secure? he asksWith content that was just sucked out of our old web server and sports massaged into the new server by someone who left their A-Z of IT night course just before C, when Butchery came up?So it's not secure?Nah, it's safe as houses, I say.The Boss has his sarcasm-proof hearing aids in so I'll have to spell it out plainly.It's insecure, I say.How insecure are we talking?



It is so insecure that the hosting company remirrors it every hour.So... it takes an hour to be compromised? he asks, using a word he must have recently heard at an IT Manager's round table somewhere.No, it takes about 30 seconds to compromise, but on average it takes about an hour for the robots to find it. I reply.Well what are the vulnerabilities? he asks – again with the technical words. (It's possible he's had a stack upgrade somewhere along the line)I could tell you – but the quantum rule of insecurity applies.The what?The quantum rule of insecurity – which states that the act of observing how vulnerable a host or service is changes the insecurity level of the service. Have you not heard of Schrödinger's Laptop?Schrödinger's Laptop?There's a laptop, in a box, with a bomb. The bomb is actually timed to explode at some unknown time in the future – BUT if you lift the lid there's a switch connected to the lid which will make the bomb go off immediately. So the question is, is the laptop working or not?Is it powered on? Is it open? the Boss asks, like a helpdesk savant.You're missing the point – the point is that you might not KNOW if the laptop was working or not, but as soon as you open the lid it will DEFINITELY not be working.


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The most likely first applications for this will be in the data center, he predicted. Having a DNA synthesizer and sequencer in situ would allow companies looking to archive their data for long-term storage to use DNA for holding onto petabytes of data at a time with very little physical storage space required.Security firm Bitdefender has issued an alert about a malicious app that hands over control of Macs to criminals via Tor.The software, called EasyDoc Converter.app, is supposed to be a file converter but doesn't do its advertised functions. Instead it drops complex malware onto the system that subverts the security of the system, allowing it to be used as part of a botnet or to spy on the owner."This type of malware is particularly dangerous as it's hard to detect and offers the attacker full control of the compromised system," said Tiberius Axinte, Technical Leader, Bitdefender Antimalware Lab."For instance, someone can lock you out of your laptop, threaten to blackmail you to restore your private files or transform your laptop into a botnet to attack other devices. The possibilities are endless."The malware, dubbed Backdoor.MAC.Eleanor, sets up a hidden Tor service and PHP-capable web server on the infected computer, generating a .onion domain that the attacker can use to connect to the Mac and control it. Once installed, the malware grants full access to the file system and can run scripts given to it by its masters.Eleanor's controllers also uses the open-source tool wacaw to take control of the infected computer's camera. That would allow them to not only spy on the victim, but also take photographs of them, opening up the possibility of blackmail.The addresses the malware uses to communicate with its controllers are stored on a Pastebin account. Unfortunately, these details are encrypted using RSA.


Here, it was a case of the human and digital worlds combining forces through an effective hex invocation. The very act of talking up the marvels of digital media technology in public was enough to trigger the negative vibrations on the sub-atomic plane, waking up the electron devils who then provoked a situation to cause maximum embarrassment through the medium of irony.However, in many cases, sod’s law has sod-all to do with it. More often than not, the great Lord Sod rarely needs to law down his rules: humans are perfectly capable of provoking their own cock-ups without recourse to divine intervention.By way of example, and in the light of the recent bout of celebrity deaths, I thought I’d share the following video with you. It features two great music stars back in the 1980s when they weren’t yet dead. Although much of it is in unsubtitled French, concentrate on the English dialogue, as a young, fresh and innocent Whitney Houston is inexplicably sat next to a outrageously pissed and leery Serge Gainsbourg.
Gainsbourg died 25 years ago this week. Whitney Houston followed 21 years later, by which time she’d overtaken him in the intoxication stakes.Today, we’d call this car-crash TV by design. The call of inevitability is deafening. But back then as the show was going on-air, I bet the TV executives who set it up were staring at the screen in horror and tutting: “Sacré bleu, ’oo’d ’ave guessed zat would ’appen?”



So it was with mixed emotions this week that I watched Apple’s lawyer Bruce Sewell, while giving testimony to US Congress, being forced to resort to reading his statement from printouts when his Apple iPad Pro appeared to let him down.On one hand, I sympathise. How embarrassing it must have been for the poor bloke, given that he’s an Apple lawyer whose Apple kit has just gone tits-up in front of millions of viewers and live-text readers. On the other hand, I wonder what the hell he was thinking to have even considered using his iPad Pro in such a public way. Surely he must know about the electron devils’ love for irony?That his iPad Pro should let him down was not unlucky. It was inevitable the moment he carried it into the committee room.My suspicion, however, is that the tablet was working just fine. Similarly, the audio connectors at the Student Journalism Awards were almost certainly plugged in and functioning correctly. Lord Sod and his army of mischievous little buggers were simply bemused onlookers.For reasons known only to software developers and their evil overlords, all my apps seem to be constantly poking about online, polling distant servers who knows where and reporting back on who knows what. You only have to launch a program for it to immediately turn its back on you for 10 or more seconds while it pisses off somewhere into the ether, for no good reason.


This is just fine in a public space when you have a 3G or 4G connection; assuming by “just fine” you mean you are happy to have your half-gig monthly free allocation sucked up by apps that have no business doing so. The problem is when your device, unknown to you, automatically connects to a glitchy Wi-Fi router that happens to have the same name as one you used in a coffee shop.Suddenly, that 10 seconds during which your software normally toddles off to blow its secretive mates across the internet has turned into a non-stop orgy of heavy petting that never quite gets anywhere and has to restart again, and again, and again. While this is going on, your device – be it a laptop, tablet or smartphone – is so engrossed that it shirks your attempts to win its attention back to what you want it to do.Apple’s Music app is a favourite example in this respect. Even if you have disabled its insane and incompetent streaming service and chosen to transfer your MP3s to the device itself, Apple Music insists on looking for something on the internet before it will play anything. If your connection it glitchy, the app shows a blank screen and refuses to play at all, even though the songs are on the SSD. The only way to get the bloody thing to play is to switch to Airplane Mode.



This is in addition to its random and unwanted re-interpretation of metadata. Apple Music has determined that Dark Side of The Moon is an album recorded by Various Artists.Back to shit Wi-Fi, think about it: every business event you have ever been to has suffered from a Wi-Fi connection that was weak, slow and liable to drop out at two-minute intervals, yes? Think of all those IT conferences and tech exhibitions at which exhibitors and organisers, apparently lacking the appreciation of irony as enjoyed by their cross-dimensional adversaries, cheerfully apologise for the poor Wi-Fi provision as if it was out their remit.It’s like when the already fragile public Wi-Fi at train stations dies altogether when cancellations are announced. I am told this is because it cannot withstand the rush of passengers trying to get online to find alternative travel times and routes or send messages to friends and family that they’ll be late.In other words, train station Wi-Fi is not designed for people hoping to get on a train.Now when I watch that video of Bruce Sewell, I don’t see an Apple lawman shafted in public by the laws of sod. Instead, I see someone whose tablet has automatically switched data from its own five-star, rock-solid 4G connection to a distant single-bar hotspot called ’HipsterWankCafe_FREE’, leaving his apps in turmoil in their attempt to send a constant stream of analytics back to the Illuminati.


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Le XT1650 est également apparu dans le benchmark sous Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, comme d’autres dispositifs Moto sur le marché.Le benchmark nous laisse avec beaucoup de questions sans réponses au sujet du Moto X (2016), comme les caméras qu’il aura, ou sa conception. Disposera-t-il d’un capteur d’empreintes digitales et d’un châssis métallique comme certaines rumeurs le mentionnent ?Comme vous le voyez, ces spécifications et ce benchmark sont en phases avec tous les autres flagships lancés en 2016. Motorola, sous la gouverne de Lenovo, devra innover en embarquant certaines caractéristiques uniques, afin de vraiment faire une rupture parmi les Galaxy S7, LG G5 et HTC 10.Nous devrions en savoir plus bientôt, puisque comme le Moto X Style a été annoncé en juillet 2015, nous ne devrions pas être très loin du lancement du Moto X (2016). En fait, Motorola annoncera quelque chose le 9 juin, bien que ce quelque chose puisse juste être le Moto G4.


Le Microsoft Surface Phone a été évoqué à de multiples et depuis si longtemps, que j’ai du mal à me souvenir quand les premières rumeurs le concernant sont apparues. Mais, nous pourrions enfin être en mesure de marquer une date de lancement dans nos agendas, ou au moins entourer un mois sur un possible lancement. Selon des sources évoquant le sujet à Windows Central, Microsoft va libérer le Surface Phone en avril 2017, aux côtés de la mise à jour Redstone 2 de Windows 10, qui devrait apporter de nouvelles fonctionnalités à la fois à la version de bureau de l’OS, mais également à la version mobile.Il est logique que Microsoft cherche à lancer un nouveau dispositif aux côtés d’une nouvelle version de l’OS — c’est ce que fait Apple ou encore Google — et nous avons déjà entendu que le Surface Phone pourrait voir le jour en 2017, de sorte que tout cela semble assez crédible.Apparemment, quand il arrivera sur le marché, ce dernier ne va pas être placé directement aux côtés d’autres fleurons du secteur, puisque la firme de Redmond va plutôt se concentrer sur ce qui en fera le smartphone le plus sûr dans le monde, et le meilleur en matière de productivité.



Il est facile de voir comment Microsoft va atteindre ce deuxième objectif. En effet, grâce à sa suite bureautique Office et sa fonctionnalité Continuum, qui peut essentiellement transformer un smartphone en un ordinateur de bureau, Microsoft semble outillée pour atteindre ses objectifs dans les années à venir. Apparemment, Microsoft prévoit d’améliorer encore Continuum pour le Surface Phone, dans le but d’en faire une « véritable alternative à un ordinateur ».En revanche, comment Microsoft prévoit de rendre le smartphone le plus sécurisé du monde, est plus discutable. Il a beaucoup de concurrence dans ce secteur, avec notamment des sociétés comme BlackBerry, ou encore Samsung (KNOX) et des dispositifs de niche, comme le Turing Phone. Mais, il est logique pour Microsoft d’insister sur ce point, étant donné que cela va lui permettre de se différencier d’Android et iOS.Si vous n’êtes pas intéressé par la productivité ou la sécurité du Surface Phone, ce dernier pourrait encore vous tenter. En effet, de précédentes rumeurs suggèrent qu’il pourrait venir en trois différentes versions : un modèle dédié aux consommateurs, un autre réservé aux professionnels et enfin un modèle premium.


Malheureusement, la mauvaise nouvelle est qu’avril 2017 est bien loin. Mais en attendant, Microsoft a au moins sa première grande mise à jour de Windows 10 à pousser au mois de juin, qui espérons-le, pourra déjà améliorer l’expérience sur mobile.Le MacBook 2016 est quasiment impossible à réparer. C’est en tout ce que révèle iFixit, après avoir pris en main le dernier ordinateur portable de la firme de Cupertino, avant de complètement le désosser, et lui attribuer une note de réparabilité de 1 sur 10. Autrement dit, il s’agit de la plus petite note qu’un périphérique peut avoir sur l’échelle d’iFixit.Un an après la libération de la gamme MacBook comme étant un ordinateur portable ultra léger, Apple vend maintenant une version mise à niveau, avec le dernier processeur sur le marché, et une meilleure autonomie. Le MacBook (2016) démonté par iFixit permet de le découvrir de l’intérieur, et ainsi découvrir ses entrailles et ses composants internes. Rassurez-vous, je vais vous faire suivre pas à pas le démontage, afin de connaître le MacBook (2016) pièce par pièce.L’équipe a lutté pour identifier les nombreuses différences visuelles entre MacBook (2016) et son prédécesseur, en notant que la seule façon d’identifier le modèle que vous avez est le numéro de série sur le châssis. L’emplacement de la batterie, la carte logique, et le châssis vont tous être des composants familiers à quiconque a déjà démonté le modèle de l’an dernier, ce qui est logique étant donné que c’est une mise à niveau mineure.



Il y a au moins un certain nombre de choses que quiconque tente de réparer un ordinateur portable sera heureux de trouver. Un certain nombre de vis à trois encoches, rendant difficile la réparation sur le modèle de l’an dernier, ont maintenant été remplacées par des vis Philips standards. Cependant, cela mis à part, cet ordinateur portable est conçu pour éloigner les regards indiscrets sous le capot. Voici la liste des problèmes rencontrés par iFixit lors du démontage :Beaucoup de vis internes semblent être remplies d’une substance qui se désintègre après avoir été utilisée un tournevis, suggérant qu’Apple veut savoir quand les gens essaient de regarder à l’intérieur de leurs ordinateurs, éventuellement pour faire respecter les conditions de garantie

La mémoire vive (RAM) et la mémoire flash sont soudées sur la carte mère, comme cela était également le cas avec le modèle de l’an dernier, rendant les mises à jour presque impossibles

À noter également pour tous ceux qui espèrent réparer un de ces ordinateurs portables : le porte USB-C est complètement différent de celui de l’année dernière, ce qui signifie que les revendeurs devront stocker différentes versions. Bien que la conception et la taille batterie soient identiques au modèle de l’an dernier, la batterie propose 4 % d’autonomie en plus. Ceci est probablement dû à un meilleur choix de la batterie.


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Der Weg in den Schmelzofen ist aber nicht unausweichlich. Da die meisten Telefone in der Regel nach eineinhalb bis zwei Jahren ersetzt werden, sind viele Altgeräte noch gut in Schuss und können nach einer kurzen Aufbereitung weiter vermarktet werden.Für die Entsorgung oder Rückgabe gibt es zahlreiche Möglichkeiten. Die DUH bietet gemeinsam mit der Telekom eine Rücknahmemöglichkeit für Alt-Handys, Telefonica sammelt gemeinsam mit dem Naturschutzbund NABU und auch Vodafone nimmt alte Geräte zurück. Vom Recyclingerlös wird in allen drei Fällen ein Teil gespendet. Neben den Rücknahmeaktionen der Netzbetreiber gibt es auch zahlreiche Ankaufportale im Netz, die für gut erhaltene Geräte noch den einen oder anderen Euro zahlen.Cupertino (dpa) - Apple hat in den vergangenen vier Jahrzehnten immer wieder die Richtung in der Computer-Branche vorgegeben. Meilensteine der Konzerngeschichte in einer Chronologie:1976: Die Firmengründer Steve Jobs und Steve Wozniak bauen in einer Garage die ersten Apple-Computer. Die Geräte, die sie für 666,66 Dollar verkaufen, bestehen nur aus der Hauptplatine, ohne Gehäuse oder Tastatur. Mit Apple beginnt die Ära der Personal Computer, während meist noch Großrechner verwendet werden.


1977: Mit dem Apple II bringt das Unternehmen einen fertigen PC im Plastikgehäuse und mit einer Farbgrafikkarte auf den Markt, der sich bis 1993 über zwei Millionen Mal verkaufte.1984: Jobs stellt den Macintosh-Computer vor, mit dem eine grafische Benutzeroberfläche und die Bedienung per Maus populär werden.1985: Jobs wird in einem Machtkampf aus dem Unternehmen gedrängt. Er gründet danach die Computer Firma Next und führt das Animations-Studio Pixar.1991: Apple bringt seinen ersten erfolgreichen Laptop auf den Markt, das PowerBook 100.1993: Der PDA Apple Newton wird vorgestellt, verkauft sich aber nur schlecht, weil viele der visionären Konzepte wie die Handschriftenerkennung in der Praxis nur mäßig funktionieren.1997: Apple steht finanziell mit dem Rücken zur Wand und holt Jobs zurück. Mit dem Kauf von Next für über 400 Millionen Dollar wird das bei Next entwickelte Betriebssystem zur Grundlage des Mac-Systems OS X, dass heute noch eingesetzt wird.1998: Der iMac, ein kompakter Computer mit buntem Plastikgehäuse, läutet die Wiedergeburt von Apple ein. Er wurde von Designer Jony Ive entworfen, der fortan das Aussehen der Apple-Geräte bestimmt.2001: Apple steigt mit dem iPod ins Geschäft mit Musik-Playern ein. Das Gerät wird von Kritikern zunächst als zu teuer abgetan - wird aber zum Marktführer.



2003: Der iTunes Store wird gestartet, über den sich der Online-Verkauf von zunächst Musik und dann auch Apps etabliert.2007: Mit dem iPhone gibt Apple die Richtung für den Smartphone-Markt vor. Zum Standard werden ein großer berührungsempfindlicher Bildschirm und die Idee, das Telefon für Apps zu öffnen.2008: Apple stellt das besonders dünne Notebook Macbook Air vor. Es löst den Trend zu kompakteren Laptops aus.2010: Mit dem iPad kann Apple den totgeglaubten Markt für Tablet-Computer wiederbeleben, an dem sich andere Hersteller zuvor die Zähne ausgebissen haben.2011: Jobs stirbt an den Folgen einer Krebserkrankung im Alter von 56 Jahren. Die Führung des Unternehmens übertrug er wenige Wochen davor an Tim Cook.2015: Mit der Computer-Uhr Apple Watch stößt der Konzern erstmals seit Jobs' Tod eine neue Produktkategorie vor und wird laut Analysten auf Anhieb zum Marktführer mit einem Anteil von rund 60 Prozent.Berlin (dpa/tmn) - Apple-Chef Tim Cook arbeitet inzwischen häufiger an einem Tablet-Computer als an einem Mac - sagt er zumindest. Mit dem iPad Pro hat Apple seit dem vergangenen Herbst ein Tablet für die meisten Büroaufgaben im Angebot. Doch viele Kunden wünschten sich etwas Handlicheres.


Manchem Nutzer erschien das erste iPad Pro mit seinen 12,9 Zoll (32,8 Zentimeter) Bildschirmdiagonalen zu groß - zumindest wenn es nicht als Laptop-Ersatz dienen sollte, sondern als digitales Buch, Spielekonsole oder Videoschirm auf der Couch. Knapp ein halbes Jahr später schickt Apple das iPad Pro im üblichen 9,7-Zoll-Format des iPad Air 2 ins Rennen. Im Inneren stecken deutlich verbesserte Technik und ein spannender Ansatz für die Mobilfunkverbindung.Das Display des geschrumpften iPad Pro passt sich nun mit einem automatisierten Weißabgleich der Farbtemperatur seiner Umgebung an. Mit dem True Tone genannten Verfahren wird beispielsweise ein weißer Hintergrund etwas wärmer dargestellt, wenn man das iPad in der Nacht unter einer etwas gelbfarbigen Schreibtischlampe verwendet. Sonst bleibt es bei der Retina-Auflösung des iPad Air 2 (2048 x 1536 Pixel). Apple verspricht einen 25 Prozent höheren Farbraum, der im Praxistest mit bloßem Auge aber kaum feststellbar ist. Im Vergleich zum iPad Air 2 spiegelt allerdings das Display deutlich weniger.



Wie beim großen iPad Pro verwendet Apple einen A9X als Prozessor. Der etwas geringere Takt (2,15 statt 2,25 Gigahertz) spielt in der Praxis aber keine Rolle. Auch beim Grafikprozessor haben sich die Apple-Ingenieure für den Chip entschieden, der auch beim großen Bruder zum Einsatz kommt - auch hier ein wenig niedriger getaktet. Im Vergleich zum iPad Air 2 sorgt diese Kombination immerhin noch für eine Verdopplung der Grafikleistung.Auch bei den Fotos spürt man den Unterschied. Apple hat nun die aktuelle Kameratechnik der neuen iPhones im Einsatz. Neu ist der True Tone Flash, ein Blitz auf der Gehäuserückseite, dessen Licht sich der Farbtemperatur der Umgebung anpasst.Auf Höhe der Zeit funkt das kleine iPad Pro im WLAN und bietet maximal 866 Megabit pro Sekunde, beim Mobilfunk (LTE) sind bis zu 150 MBit/s möglich. Die Mobilfunkvarianten, die im Vergleich zu einer reinen WLAN-Version 150 Euro Aufpreis kosten, bieten neben einem Slot für klassische SIM-Karten auch eine integrierte Multi-SIM, die insbesondere unterwegs gute Dienste leisten kann. So bieten in den USA schon vier Provider zum Teil recht günstige Datenpakete an, die Reisende bequem unterwegs buchen können.In Deutschland sind bislang drei Provider am Start, darunter T-Mobile. Der Prepaid-Tarif Data Start Flat (1 GByte für 15 Euro für 30 Tage) ist zwar nicht außergewöhnlich billig. Doch wer auf die Schnelle online gehen und nicht lange nach einem Shop für eine SIM-Karte suchen möchte, wird diese Option zu schätzen wissen. Sollten die Embedded SIM es mal in die Smartphones schaffen, könnte der Mobilfunk-Markt wieder stärker in Bewegung geraten.


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Mandiant's open source platform is fit for enterprises requiring incident response at scale, and can run off a laptop for many investigations.ANZ bank security analysts Daniel Eden and Roshan Maskey published their work to GitHubThe custom asynchronous forensic tool depends on Mandiant Redline and operates on ElasticSearch backend.The application was born out of the inability to control multiple investigations or hundreds of endpoints in a single pane of glass, the pair say.Eden steps through the application's features in a demonstration video adding that the platform is available as a dependancy-preloaded CentOS ISO install.The application can return about 1000 large documents without load strain after which point server-side processing is required.Their work sports a slick user interface with process trees that allow forensics types to view variables including arguments, paths, and start times.The bank boffins are continuing to work on the tool including real-time tagging and commenting which can be viewable by other incident responders within nightHawk, and features that will improve reporting. According to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), that error [PDF] resulted in the financial regulator being sent incomplete blue sheet information for a remarkable 15 years – from May 1999 to April 2014.


The mistake was discovered by Citigroup itself when it was asked to send a large but precise chunk of trading data to the SEC in April 2014 and asked its technical support team to help identify which internal ID numbers they should run a request on.That team quickly noticed that some branches' trades were not being included in the automated system and alerted those above them. Four days later a patch was in place, but it wasn't until eight months later that the company received a formal report noting that the error had affected SEC reports going back more than a decade. The next month, January 2015, Citigroup fessed up to the SEC.It turned out that the error was a result of how the company introduced new alphanumeric branch codes.When the system was introduced in the mid-1990s, the program code filtered out any transactions that were given three-digit branch codes from 089 to 100 and used those prefixes for testing purposes.But in 1998, the company started using alphanumeric branch codes as it expanded its business. Among them were the codes 10B, 10C and so on, which the system treated as being within the excluded range, and so their transactions were removed from any reports sent to the SEC.



The SEC routinely sends requests to financial institutions asking them to send all details on transactions between specific dates as a way of checking that nothing untoward is going on. The coding error had resulted in Citigroup failing to send information on 26,810 transactions in over 2,300 such requests.The SEC was not impressed and said in a statement announcing the fine that the failure to discover the coding error and to produce the missing data for many years potentially impacted numerous Commission investigations.Broker-dealers have a core responsibility to promptly provide the SEC with accurate and complete trading data for us to analyze during enforcement investigations, said Robert Cohen, co-chief of the SEC enforcement division’s market abuse unit. Citigroup did not live up to that responsibility for an inexcusably long period of time, and it must pay the largest penalty to date for blue sheet violations. The APT notification ran rate was disclosed by Google senior vice president and Alphabet board member Diane Greene during a Fortune magazine tech conference in Aspen, Colorado, Reuters reports.Google began notifying users about suspected incidents of government-backed hacking attempts since 2012, in response to hacking attacks against it and other tech giants subsequently blamed on China. Other household names in tech including Facebook and Twitter followed suit with state-sponsored hack alerts for customers late last year.


The chief of the monopoly music royalties society PRS for Music earned almost £1m last year. Company house filings show that CEO Robert Ashcroft took home a salary of £989,000, up from £765,000.The remuneration package includes a deferred bonus of £257,000, according to Companies House filings. That means the chief has almost doubled his income in four years.The society holds the monopoly on the collection of royalties for both songwriters and publishers from the public performance of music, and the mechanical royalties owed to songwriters from recorded music sales. (The PPL collects royalties from public performance to the owners of recordings). Overall, royalties collected by PRS rose 4.7 per cent to £537.4m, of which £472.5m was net distributable income.Researchers at the University of Washington (UW) and Microsoft have managed to write data directly onto DNA, a format with dramatic storage densities and a very long life.The team wrote 200MB onto strands of synthetic DNA, including video footage of the band OK Go, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in more than 100 languages, the top 100 books of Project Gutenberg and the Crop Trust's seed database. They were then able to successfully read back the data using error correction code developed by Microsoft, and could do so again long in the future.



We've seen evidence that this could last intact for thousands of years, Karin Strauss, Microsoft's lead researcher on the project, told The Register on Thursday. Synthetic encapsulation is very temperature-dependent, but at 10 degrees Celsius the DNA won't degrade for around 2,000 years, and at -18 degrees it could last for millions.The technique uses a DNA synthesizer that encodes information onto the four bases in DNA – adenine, guanine, cytosine and thymine – allowing large volumes of data to be stored at microscopic detail. The 200MB archive was stored on a piece of DNA the size of a couple of grains of sugar. The synthetic material was encapsulated to protect it and to prevent degradation.Previous research by UW and Microsoft has estimated that the raw storage limit of DNA is an exabyte per cubic millimeter. That said, it takes a long time to actually read the data – hours at a time – so this isn't going to replace Flash any time soon.


Given a medium so delicate, getting the data read again means dealing with error rates, and so Microsoft's coders came up with an error correction system that allows the data to be taken off the DNA storage system in a usable format.Don't expect this type of technology in your laptop for a good few years yet – the machinery needed to synthesize DNA to write data, and then sequence it to read the information back – is still massively expensive. But that is changing.DNA sequencing costs are lowering way faster than Moore's Law has cut the cost of computing, Luis Ceze, the UW's Torode Family Career Development professor of computer science, told The Reg.The technology for reading DNA is also improving fast. We don't see any reason why it can't be fast and cheap enough for commercial storage – particularly as by showing DNA storage is viable will create a greater incentive to use it.


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We had actually forecasted a pause in [data center] purchasing based on what we knew of the big cloud players' ordering patterns, Intel's chief financial officer Stacy Smith said on a conference call on Wednesday. And based on the signals we're seeing from them, we do expect a re-acceleration in the back of the year to something more consistent with what we're seeing through the last couple years.The cloud that we have today is really built on the backs of people. It's your Facebook data, it's your Salesforce data, it's your Twitter data. The current estimates are, if you look out into 2020, that average person will generate about 1.5GB a day of data off those devices, and those are going to be all your posts and pictures and all that kind of information.If you take a look at the average autonomous car in 2020, the estimates right now are it will throw off about 40GB a minute of data. If you take a look at the average autonomous drone doing some kind of scan, looking for somebody lost in the forest or scanning a mine, it's going to throw off about 20GB a minute.So it's that growth in data and the need to both process it at the edge and then through the data center and into the cloud, to be able to store it, to be able to apply machine learning to all of those applications. Those all tell me that the cloud is going to continue to grow.


It's going to be lumpy, he admitted. These guys [the big public cloud providers] don't build out their data centers in a linear fashion. They build out a big chunk of overcapacity so that they can go and then sell that and have expansion space, and they don't build for a while.And so I know people worry, 'is it slowing down?' But these trends in data that tell me no, it's not slowing down over the long term, and what you're really going to see is just the buying patterns and the build-outs of the various structures that are going up.Interestingly, the big boss was coy about Intel's modem chips. Apple is said to be considering using Chipzilla's radio chipsets for future iPhones as well as the Qualcomm silicon it's been using to date. Krzanich was asked if he could talk a little about the future of that business. Let's not get ahead of ourselves, the chief executive seemed to say: the x86 goliath first wants to prove it can make a go of modems with the XMM 7360 and then start thinking big.I'm more concerned about getting the leading-edge momentum going for us with the 7360 and then the follow-on in 2017 and really showing that we are a world-class modem company, he said.



Patrick Moorhead, a tech industry veteran and principal analyst at Moor Insights & Strategy, said everyone expected the hit from the restructuring – but not the slowing Data Center Group growth.The biggest area of concern and the reason why Intel's stock price is down is due to the Data Center Group: they had planned in double-digit growth and they came in at single-digit growth, Moorhead told The Register.I will give Intel the benefit of the doubt in that it will hit that growth for the year. For one thing, there's the market size to consider, and the availability of new Broadwell processors.Intel tracks at a micron level its enterprise and public cloud customers. It knows exactly what's going on right down to their hardware purchasing and rollouts, hence its confidence for the rest of the year.On the consumer side, it's not entirely doom and gloom, either: demand is growing for two-in-one laptop-tablet convertible PCs, which Intel can supply the chips for, while smartphone sales stall and tablets remain in free fall.


Intel wins whether it's Apple or HP that sells a computer, Moorhead noted.The consumer market has turned into a bookend market: people buy either the cheapest or the best they can get. But they still need devices with large screens, even the kids who start off with smartphones: they need a keyboard and monitor to do their work and research online. In three to four years, there will still be a need for a device with a keyboard and a large display, that's fundamentally not going to change.The tablet market has declined 30 to 40 per cent. We piled on PCs because smartphones were doing so well, and the tablet market got as big as the PC market with about 300 million units a year. Now the PC market is looking better than the tablet market and growth has stopped in smartphones. In a few years from now we're see an attitudinal resurgence in PCs. The department entrusted with the protection of corporate data is seemingly somewhat less bothered when it comes to guarding personal info.The Intellectual Property Office yesterday made the classic schoolboy error of sending out an email containing hundreds of recipients in the 'to' field.



Realising its blunder minutes later, the body recalled its missive only to send the message with the same email addresses contained in the 'to' field.It does beg the question why a government department is relying on someone to manually send out e-mails like this from their mail client rather than using a proper CRM/mailer daemon, noted one Reg reader who was included in the gaffe.We apologise for any inconvenience caused, we've taken appropriate steps to ensure this doesn't happen again.Ironically, more information was displayed in the 'to' field than in the body of the email itself, which simply included a link to the IP Connect newsletter. Among promises that the IPO will continue to uphold an outstanding environment for intellectual property post Brexit, the newsletter said:“We remain committed to working with industry to ensure that producers, workers and the public are protected from fraudsters.Security boffins at ANZ, one of Australia's largest banks, have offered their nightHawk incident response tools for organisations running free Mandiant tools.


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It introduced its first helium drive, the 7-platter 10TB Enterprise Capacity disk drive, in January. Now there are three more, plus the re-branding to understand.You'll need to concentrate so pay attention; there is a topline Guardian Series brand with three component brands; a resurrected BarraCuda with IronWolf and SkyHawk. Each of these branded product ranges is topped by one of the new 10TB helium-filled drives.The BarraCuda desktop/laptop/gaming drive range comes in 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch versions. It has a FireCuda sub-brand featuring go-faster flash caches. The BarraCuda and IronWolf brands have higher-spec Pro sub-brands as well.A Wi-Fi hack experiment conducted at various locations at or near the Republican National Convention site in Cleveland, US, underlines how risky it can be to connect to public Wi-Fi without protection from a VPN.The exercise, carried out by security researchers at Avast, an anti-virus firm, revealed that more than 1,000 delegates were careless when connecting to public Wi-Fi.Attendees risked the possibility of being spied on and hacked by cybercriminals or perhaps even spies while they checked their emails, banked online, used chat and dating apps, and even while they accessed Pokemon Go.Avast researchers set up fake Wi-Fi networks at various locations around the Quicken Loans Arena and at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport with fake network names (SSIDs) such as “Google Starbucks”, “Xfinitywifi”, “Attwifi”, “I vote Trump! free Internet” and “I vote Hillary! free Internet” that were either commonplace across the US or looked like they were set up for convention attendees.Of the people connecting to the fake candidate name Wi-Fi in Cleveland, 70 per cent connected to the Trump-related Wi-Fi, 30 per cent to the Clinton-related Wi-Fi.


With mobile devices often set to connect to known SSIDs automatically, users can overlook the networks to which they are connecting. Although convenient, this feature is eminently easy to exploit by cybercriminals who set up a false Wi-Fi network with a common SSID. Moreover, web traffic can be visible to anyone on any Wi-Fi network that is unencrypted. Any Wi-Fi that does not require a password is a risk.In its day-long experiment Avast saw more than 1.6Gbps transferred from more than 1,200 users. Some 68.3 per cent of users‘ identities were exposed when they connected, and 44.5 per cent of Wi-Fi users checked their emails or chatted via messenger apps. The researchers scanned the data, but did not store it or collect personal information.Avast learned the following about the Republican National Convention attendees:55.9 per cent had an Apple device, 28.4 per cent had an Android device, 1.5 per cent had a Windows Phone device, 3.4 per cent had a MacBook laptop and 10.9 per cent had a different device
13.1 per cent accessed Yahoo Mail, 17.6 per cent checked their Gmail inbox, and 13.8 per cent used chat apps such as WhatsApp, WeChat and Skype
6.5 per cent shopped on Amazon, and 1.2 per cent accessed a banking app or banking websites like bankofamerica.com, usbank.com, or wellsfargo.com

“With Washington heatedly discussing cybersecurity issues virtually every week, we thought it would be interesting to test how many people actually practice secure habits,” said Gagan Singh, president of mobile at Avast.



“Understanding the talking points behind these privacy issues is very different from implementing secure habits on a daily basis. Though it is not surprising to see how many people connect to free Wi-Fi, especially in a location with large crowds such as this, it is important to know how to stay safe when connecting. When joining public Wi-Fi, consumers should utilize a VPN service that anonymizes their data while connecting to public hotspots to ensure that their connection is secure.” Analysis Intel's stock price fell on Wednesday after it became clear the processor maker is not selling quite as many server processor chips as investors had hoped.The Silicon Valley giant reckons its CPU sales into data centers will hit double-digit growth by the end of the year. So far, with half the year gone, we're staring at mid-single-digit growth. This is not great. Data center processors were supposed to be strong. In reality, revenues in that sector are slowing down for Intel.Chipzilla blamed this deceleration on enterprises and the big public cloud players – like Google and Amazon – which apparently paused their hardware spending until the time comes to build new server farms to meet demand. They've finished constructing their latest data centers and have more than enough workload capacity available for now, hence a cut in spending on Intel's x86 Xeon chips which investors didn't expect.


This slowdown has left Intel's sales book looking a little leaner than anticipated, although the biz is confident server chip orders will start flowing in again over the next six months. Another piece in the puzzle is that Intel CPUs power 99 per cent of the world's data centers, according to industry estimates. There really isn't that much more room for growth in such a monopoly position especially when customers keep their wallets in their pockets.Meanwhile, the company took a $1.4bn blow after announcing in April it will literally decimate its workforce in a massive restructuring. That effort has turned out to be rather expensive.And its non-volatile memory sales have been knocked for six by rivals – particularly Samsung – driving down their prices, virtually pricing Intel out of the flash storage market.Intel's stock price was down 3.25 per cent to $34.53 (£26.08) at time of publication.
Here's a summary of Intel's Q2 2016 financial results [PDF] for the three months to July 2, published on Wednesday:Overall revenue was $13.5bn, up three per cent year-on-year. This just missed analysts' expectations of $13.54bn.
Gross margin was 58.9 per cent, down 3.6 points.
Net income was $1.3bn, down 51 per cent from $2.7bn a year-ago, mainly due to the restructuring costs.
Earnings per share was 27 cents, down 51 per cent from 55 cents a year-ago. This was somewhat lower than the 53 cents analysts were expecting earlier.
Tax rate was 20.4 per cent, up from last year's 9.3 per cent.
The Client Computing Group (desktop PC chips, etc) booked sales of $7.3bn, down three per cent year-on-year. Operating income for the group was up 19 per cent to $1.9bn from last year's $1.6bn.



Overall volumes were down 15 per cent although the average selling prices were up 13 per cent. Desktop volumes were down seven per cent and the average selling prices were up one per cent. Notebook volumes were down five per cent and the average selling prices were up two per cent. Tablet volumes were down 49 per cent and the average selling prices were up "significantly."
The Data Center Group (CPUs for servers, cloud providers, etc) booked sales of $4bn, up five per cent. Operating income for the group was down four per cent to $1.77bn from last year's $1.8bn, due to increased costs in ramping up 14nm chip production.
Volumes were up five per cent and the average selling prices were down one per cent, "as a result of strong unit growth in networking and storage."
The Internet of Things Group booked sales of $572m, up two per cent. Operating income for the group was down to $89m from last year's $145m.
The Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group booked sales of $554m, down 20 per cent. The group made an operating loss of $224m versus a $92m operating profit in Q2 2015.
The Intel Security Group had revenues of $537m, up 10 per cent. Operating income for the group was up to $97m from last year's $22m.
The Programmable Solutions Group (basically, Altera that Intel bought last year) booked sales of $465m, up 12 percent year over year when compared to Altera’s results from a year ago. The group made an operating loss of $62m.
That data center sales growth of five per cent is less than the eight or more per cent analysts were expecting, and is down on the 11 per cent growth seen this time last year. So it's slowing down when it should be picking up to offset the falling desktop PC chip sales. What's going on?


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Batterie pour Samsung AA-PB9NC6W/E

Tout d’abord, la Mi Bunny arbore un bracelet en silicone d’une qualité alimentaire – que les enfants peuvent donc mâcher, et est livrée avec un écran à matrice de points LED. Si votre enfant se heurte à un problème quelconque, sachez que la smartwatch dispose d’un bouton SOS. Cela peut sembler étrange, mais ce bouton peut vraiment être utile. Une fois le bouton SOS enfoncé, l’appareil commencera à enregistrer un fichier audio pendant sept secondes. En dehors de cela, la montre peut vous fournir l’emplacement exact de votre enfant en temps réel. Malheureusement, il faudra payer un forfait lorsque la montre vous envoie la position GPS de votre enfant.La Mi Bunny est également livrée avec certaines applications qui vous fournira plus d’options. Par exemple, vous aurez la possibilité de sélectionner des zones de sécurité pour votre enfant. En d’autres termes, si votre enfant joue dans le parc et pour une raison quelconque, il quitte la zone que vous définissez comme une zone de sécurité, l’application vous avertira instantanément. L’application inclut également un groupe de discussions, et vous donne la possibilité de choisir 12 contacts d’urgence au cas où. S’il y a une urgence, tous vos contacts recevront une notification.


La Mi Bunny comprend un podomètre qui vous permet de surveiller la distance qu’il a parcouru. Elle emballe une batterie de 300 mAh, dont la société prétend qu’elle fournira six


Curieusement, le Smart Connector d’Apple que l’on retrouve sur les iPad Pro est également présent à l’arrière du smartphone. De plus, les lignes plastiques pour les antennes ont été retirées de la coque arrière, mais on ne sait pas si elles vont être retirées pour de bon, ou si le schéma ne les mentionne pas. Esthétiquement, ce n’est pas une refonte majeure.Android N est tout proche de sa version finale, avec deux versions réservées aux développeurs poussées à ce jour, et d’autres à venir. Comme vous l’avez lu à diverses reprises sur le blog, Android N apporte un certain nombre d’améliorations, ainsi qu’une tonne de nouvelles API et d’autres fonctionnalités très intéressantes que les développeurs peuvent utiliser dans leurs applications.Bien sûr, beaucoup de ces fonctionnalités ne seront accessibles par les consommateurs que si les développeurs d’applications les utilisent. Et, c’est là qu’Android Studio 2.1 vient jouer un rôle.Initialement publié en avant-première le mois dernier, Android Studio 2.1 est maintenant officiellement lancé sous sa forme stable. Étant donné que la mise à jour majeure à la version 2.0 est arrivée au début du mois, cette dernière n’apporte pas autant de changements que sa prédécesseur. Mais, elle apporte le support au SDK Preview Android N, ainsi que la possibilité d’utiliser le nouveau compilateur Jack, offre un meilleur support à Java 8, améliore la fonctionnalité AS 2.0 Instant Run, et plus encore.



Un des changements les plus importants est évidemment le support pour Android N. Autrement dit, cela qui signifie que les développeurs ont beaucoup de temps pour pousser dans leurs applications les nouveautés, du fait que la sortie de la version finale pour Android N n’est pas encore fixée. Cependant, le support du compilateur Jack est probablement considéré comme tout aussi important (ou plus pour certains développeurs), car il vous permet d’utiliser les expressions lambdas (fonctions anonymes), ainsi que de nouvelles API d’Android N.Vous pouvez télécharger la nouvelle version du SDK depuis ce lien, ou vous pouvez mettre à jour directement l’IDE depuis le menu de navigation de l’application (Help> Check for Updates sur Windows/Linux et Android Studio > Check for Updates sur OS X).Quelques jours après que la build 14328 a été poussée aux utilisateurs sous Windows 10 qui ont rejoint le programme Insider, Microsoft vient de pousser la build 14332 pour Windows 10. Comme d’habitude, la dernière mise à jour apporte des corrections de bugs et des améliorations aux problèmes connus. Mais, il y a aussi de nouvelles fonctionnalités que certains utilisateurs ne voudront pas manquer.


Peut-être que la caractéristique la plus utile ajoutée dans la nouvelle build donne à Cortana la capacité d’effectuer des recherches à travers le contenu d’Office 365. Les fichiers dans OneDrive Entreprise, SharePoint et vos e-mails, vos contacts et votre agenda peuvent tous être inclus ou exclus de vos requêtes en utilisant des filtres ajoutés à l’interface de recherche.Cependant, les problèmes côté serveur sont à l’origine des interférences avec Cortana. Cette fonctionnalité peut ne pas fonctionner comme souhaité pour l’instant, mais Microsoft est consciente du problème et espère résoudre la situation sous peu, selon WinBeta.Des modifications ont été apportées à l’invite de commande en vue d’améliorer la facilité d’utilisation. De plus, Windows devrait être plus habile sur les PC couplés à un écran en haute résolution, sur le rendu des polices pour certains caractères internationaux, et de nombreuses légères améliorations visuelles.Microsoft a également répondu aux problèmes signalés par les utilisateurs travaillant avec le Bash. Les problèmes de réseau qui interféraient avec le maintien d’une connexion Internet ont été pris en charge, et des solutions ont été trouvées aux problèmes rencontrés lors du déplacement de fichiers entre les points de montage. Enfin, il y a quelques améliorations sur l’autonomie pour les appareils Surface ou d’autres PC utilisant la veille.La build 14332 de Windows 10 est maintenant disponible pour les utilisateurs Insider branchés sur le canal « Rapide ». Pour mettre la main sur la nouvelle build, rendez-vous dans la section « Mise à jour et sécurité » des Paramètres.



Google Photos est d’abord et avant tout une application de stockage pour toutes vos photos et vidéos, mais elle offre également une suite de fonctionnalités très astucieuses qui en font plus que juste une application pour organiser et stocker vos photos.Aujourd’hui, Google déploie quelques mises à jour de nouvelles fonctionnalités pour améliorer son service de photos. Plus particulièrement, Photos a maintenant une barre de recherche permanente en haut, au lieu du précédent bouton d’action flottante.L’idée est de mettre l’accent sur la recherche en la rendant plus accessible. Avec un simple clic, vous pouvez voir les recherches récentes, les recherches de personnes, de lieux, des vidéos, des collages et des GIF, ou bien sûrs, taper simplement ce que vous cherchez. Auparavant, vous auriez eu besoin de cliquer sur le bouton d’action flottante avant de lancer une recherche, et faire défiler la page pour accéder aux différents types de recherche.De plus, Photos vous permet maintenant de personnaliser automatiquement les films créés avec de la musique, des photos et des vidéos de votre choix. C’est ce que Google nomme les « albums intelligents ». Ce sont des albums photo créés automatiquement au nom des utilisateurs, à la suite d’un événement ou d’un voyage, qui comprennent une sélection de vos meilleurs clichés, ainsi que les détails comme dans quelle ville vous avez voyagé grâce à divers repères (métadonnées, géolocalisation) pour vous rappeler où vous êtes allé.
Si cette fonctionnalité vous semble familière, c’est qu’elle est similaire à son option « Assistant », offerte par le passé. Les nouveaux albums sont destinés à remplacer les vieillissantes « histoires », en utilisant diverses techniques d’apprentissage automatique pour identifier les images qui devraient être incluses.
En outre, Google rapporte que les utilisateurs peuvent faire leurs propres albums à partir de rien, dans le cas où le géant de la recherche ne l’ait pas fait pour vous. Pour ce faire, vous pouvez prendre un album existant, puis ajouter des choses comme des cartes, du texte et des informations de géolocalisation. Évidemment, vous pourrez le partager avec des amis.


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Akku für ASUS Eee PC 1225B

Der zweite große IT-Marktforscher Gartner kam auf ein Minus von 9,6 Prozent im Jahresvergleich. Mit 64,8 Millionen verkauften PCs sei der Absatz erstmals seit 2007 unter die Marke von 65 Millionen Geräte gefallen, betonte Gartner.Alle Regionen seien von dem Abschwung betroffen gewesen, aber am härtesten habe es Lateinamerika getroffen, wo die Verkäufe um fast ein Drittel eingebrochen seien. Auslöser seien die wirtschaftlichen und politischen Turbulenzen in Brasilien gewesen, erklärte Gartner-Analystin Mikako Kitagawa. Insgesamt bremse der starke Dollar, der die Preise für Computer in vielen Ländern hochtreibe, weiterhin das Geschäft.Die Industrie hoffte zuletzt, mit dem Microsoft-System Windows 10 und im Herbst eingeführten neuen leistungsstarken Chips von Intel den Trend umzukehren. Die PC-Verkäufe sind seit Jahren unter Druck, weil Verbraucher und Unternehmen lieber zu Smartphones und auch Tablets greifen. Zugleich gibt es Wachstum bei extrem dünnen Notebooks und Kombi-Geräten, die als Tablet und Laptop benutzt werden können.


Die fünf großen Anbieter konnten auch bei Absatzrückgängen ihre Marktanteile allesamt steigern - dafür waren die Einbrüche bei kleineren Herstellern umso stärker. Branchenexperten warnen schon lange, dass der teure Dollar sie viel stärker unter Druck setze, weil sie schwerer gegensteuern könnten.Der chinesische Konzern Lenovo blieb an der Spitze als größter Anbieter. Sein Marktanteil wuchs laut Gartner von 18,8 auf 19,3 Prozent - weil der Absatzrückgang mit 7,2 Prozent zwar hoch ausfiel, aber das gesamte Geschäft noch schneller schrumpfte. Hewlett-Packard folge mit dem kaum veränderten Marktanteil von 17,6 Prozent. IDC kam auf 20,1 Prozent für Lenovo und 19,2 Prozent für Hewlett-Packard.Dell liegt demnach bei über 14 Prozent. Laut IDC überholte Dell im US-Markt erstmals seit Mitte 2009 Hewlett-Packard, wenn auch nur knapp. Dell kam demnach auf 25,6 Prozent und Hewlett-Packard auf 25,3 Prozent.Bei der Einschätzung zu Asus und Apple gehen die Marktforscher auseinander. Laut Gartner konnten als einzige in der Top 5 die Verkäufe steigern, Asus komme jetzt auf 8,3 Prozent des Marktes und Apple auf 7,1 Prozent. IDC hingegen errechnete für beide Rückgänge im Jahresvergleich und sieht Apple knapp vor Asus mit Marktanteilen von jeweils 7,4 und 7,2 Prozent.Berlin (dpa/tmn) - Scharfe wie helle HD-Displays, gute Verarbeitung und meist sogar ein gefälliges Design: Das alles bekommt man bei vielen Smartphones in der Preisklasse von 100 bis 150 Euro, berichtet das "c't"-Fachmagazin, das sechs LTE-Geräte dieser Liga getestet hat (Ausgabe 8/16).



Praktische Ausstattungsmerkmale wie ein wechselbarer Akku oder Platz für eine zweite SIM-Karte haben viele der günstigen Smartphones den Top-Geräten der Hersteller sogar voraus.Für eine gute Kamera muss man den Experten zufolge aber tiefer in die Tasche greifen und besser 170 bis 200 Euro investieren - auch wenn die Bildqualität in der Preisklasse zwischen 100 und 150 Euro im Schnitt längst nicht mehr so lausig sei wie noch vor ein paar Jahren. Die Kameras fast aller Testgeräte reichten zumindest für Schnappschüsse im Freien.Käufer tun also gut daran, sich im Vorfeld genauer über ihr Wunschmodell zu informieren. So kann man etwa auch sicherstellen, dass das Gerät das Auslagern von Apps auf SD-Karte erlaubt - ein wichtiges Detail bei den oft nur 8 Gigabyte (GB) kleinen internen Speichern in der Preisklasse der Testgeräte.Während die Helligkeit der hochauflösenden IPS-Displays im Test meist nichts zu wünschen übrig ließ, gab es aber größere Unterschiede bei Kontrast und Farbwiedergabe. Sowohl ein Gerät für knapp 100 Euro, aber auch das mit 150 Euro teuerste Smartphone im Test unterstützen den sRGB-Farbraum, können also mehr Farben wiedergeben. Einen negativen Ausreißer gab es bei der Blickwinkelstabilität eines Displays: Schon leichtes Kippen verfälschte den Bildeindruck extrem. Wer sein Wunschgerät in die Hand nehmen kann, sollte deshalb auch den Kipptest machen.


Die in den Testgeräten verbauten Vierkernprozessoren lassen sowohl Android als auch Windows 10 Mobile ruckelfrei laufen. Die Bedienung läuft den Experten zufolge die meiste Zeit geschmeidig, und mit der Ausnahme von Spielen genüge die Performance auch den Apps. Direkt positiv bemerkbar, etwa bei der Startgeschwindigkeit von Anwendungen, macht es sich, wenn ein Smartphone nicht nur - wie in der Preisklasse üblich - 1 GB Arbeitsspeicher (RAM) bietet, sondern 2 GB.Weitestgehend keine Blöße gaben sich die Günstig-Smartphones beim WLAN-Empfang. Das nWLAN-Modul eines Gerätes unterstützte sogar das im Gegensatz zum 2,4- weniger belegte 5-GHz-Funkband. Die Sprachqualität ließ bei einigen Geräten zu wünschen übrig. Entweder war einer der Teilnehmer zu leise oder gleich beide. Am Preis lässt sich das aber nicht festmachen: Die besten Gespräche brachte das mit 95 Euro günstigste Gerät zustande, filterte Umgebungsgeräusche sauber heraus und überzeugte sogar beim Freisprechen.Wer nun denkt, dass er auch in der absoluten Einstiegsklasse im Preisbereich um die 50 Euro anständige Smartphones bekommt, wird enttäuscht: Hier setzen die Hersteller den Experten zufolge extrem den Rotstift an. Für den Käufer bedeute das schwer abzulesende, pixelige TN-Displays, viel zu wenige Speicher und "grottige" Kameras. Wer für wenig Geld nur telefonieren und Nachrichten schreiben möchte, sei mit einem klassischen Handy besser bedient als mit einem Smartphone.



Berlin (dpa/tmn) - Grundsätzlich existieren bei elektrischen Fahrrädern drei Typen: Pedelecs, schnelle Pedelecs und E-Bikes. Wo liegen die Unterschiede und Besonderheiten der Modelle? Der Allgemeine Deutsche Fahrrad-Club (ADFC) und der Pressedienst Fahrrad nennen die wichtigsten Merkmale:Pedelec: Das steht für Pedal Electric Cycle. Tritt der Radler in die Pedale, unterstützt ein Elektromotor mit bis zu 250 Watt den Vorgang. Allerdings nur bis 25 km/h. Für diese Fahrräder braucht man weder Helm noch ein Versicherungskennzeichen. Diese Gattung macht den Löwenanteil der elektrischen Fahrräder aus.Schnelle Pedelecs/S-Klasse:Diese Kleinkrafträder mit bis zu 500 Watt - auch Schnelle Klasse genannt - sind für den Gesetzgeber keine Fahrräder mehr. Man braucht einen entsprechenden Führerschein (Klasse AM), Helm und eine Versicherung. Hier darf nur in die Pedale treten, wer mindestens 16 Jahre alt ist. Radwege sind tabu. Der Motor unterstützt beim Treten bis zu einem Tempo von 45 km/h. Fünf Prozent aller verkauften Elektroräder gehören laut Pressedienst Fahrrad (pd-f) zur Schnellen Klasse. Bei diesem Pedelec-Prinzip lässt sich in der Regel der Grad der Unterstützung in mehreren Modi einstellen. Den Strom zieht der Motor aus einem Akku. "Entweder kann ich den direkt über eine Buchse am Rad laden oder herausnehmen und in einem Ladegerät laden", sagt Gunnar Fehlau vom pd-f. Bei manchen geht beides.


Message déposé le 07.07.2017 à 05:51 - Commentaires (0)


Battery for ASUS G73S

This one covers a vast range of possible system issues, and in the OWASP context it's not actually restricted to configuration in its literal sense because the category also includes problems with out-of-date software (which may have security bugs that are fixed in later releases). The three genuinely configuration-related issues I've seen most over the years are:Leaving diagnostic messages enabled on the server. For instance in an out-of-the box PHP installation you can generally point the browser at (cliquez ici pour suivre le lien) – which dishes up all the gory information about your server, OS version, database version, PHP version … everything an intruder needs in order to look up your vulnerabilities via Google.

Excessive permissions on back-end systems – usually databases. As with the SQL injection example earlier, the connection from your Web server into the back-end system must have the minimum possible privilege so if someone manages to execute (say) a SQL injection that deletes data it's rejected due to a lack of permissions.
FireEye has admitted that a snafu involving its email filtering technology meant harmless messages were shuffled off to quarantine for no good reason.


The glitch persisted for around two hours during during Monday morning before the problem was resolved, as a statement by the security vendor supplied to El Reg explains.At approximately 10am BST Monday 1 August, FireEye became aware of an issue with a newly released version of the Security Content in its Email Security products that caused certain non-malicious emails to be temporarily quarantined.
A new version of Security Content was released in under two hours, limiting impact and resolving the issue for customers automatically.FireEye deploys rapid updates to Security Content in order to quickly mitigate emerging campaigns, and we will continue to improve our testing and review prior to release.El Reg heard of the “computer says no” issue from a reader – who asked to remain anonymous – and complained that FireEye “crippled email globally for all their customers running email protection”, a comment that doubtless stemmed from understandable personal frustration.



Black Hat video Car hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek have again hacked a 2014 Jeep Cherokee, this time by physically linking a laptop to commandeer its steering and kill the brakes.The duo have captured the hack to be presented at Black Hat Las Vegas this week in video proof-of-concept demonstrations.The compromise requires attackers to be physically present in order to compromise the car.However Miller confirmed this writer's suggestion that the attacks could be carried out using a concealed device which either contains automated and timed commands, or with remote attacks over a wireless link.Such a feat which Miller says were "most definitely" possible could be considered a vector for targeted, albeit over-engineered, assassination.The localised attack is similar to other CAN bus attacks in which researchers have popped locks, compromised steering, and brakes.There are legitimate uses for tapping CAN buses that have spawned companies which manufacture products that tap into the ports in order to display detailed fuel consumption and engine data to drivers, for example.


In one of the proof-of-concept videos Miller sits in the back of the Jeep with a lead connecting his laptop to the CAN bus above the dashboard.
Valasek cruises at low speed through a cornfield road until Miller causes the steering wheel of the Jeep to lock 90 degrees to the right sending it off road.The attack affects the same Jeep which was patched after the duo remotely hacked it last year killing the engine during a live demonstration on US highway I-64.
The pair attacked the Jeep's electronic control units disabling one by sending it into a maintenance mode and using another to send spoofed commands.Cruise control speed can also be set but drivers can quickly regain control by tapping brakes.
The pair say they've penned a paper, to be revealed at Black Hat, in which they recommend vehicle manufacturers should better lock down CAN buses. To help auto-makers along, the pair have built an intrusion detection system that can detect their attacks. Black Hat Neil Wyler and Bart Stump are responsible for managing what is probably the world’s most-attacked wireless network.The two friends, veterans among a team of two dozen, are at the time of writing knee deep in the task of running the network at Black Hat, the security event where the world reveals the latest security messes.



The event kicks off with three days of training, then unleashes tempered anarchy as the conference proper gets under way.Wyler, better known as Grifter (@grifter801), heads the NoC – the network operations centre – at Black Hat, an event he has loved since he was 12 years old. “I literally grew up among the community,” he says.Wyler's day job is working for RSA's incident response team while Stumper is an engineer with Optiv, but their Black Hat and DEF CON experience trumps their professional status. Wyler has worked with Black Hat for 14 years and DEF CON for 17 years, while Stump has chalked up nine years with both hacker meets.Together with an army of capable network engineers and hackers, they have operated two of the few hacker conference networks that delegates and journalists are advised to avoid.Rightly so; over the next week the world’s talented hacker contingent will flood Las Vegas for Black Hat and DEF CON, the biggest infosec party week of the year. The diverse talents – and ethics – of the attending masses render everything from nearby ATMs to medical implants potentially hostile and not-to-be-trusted.


Some 23 network and security types operate the Black Hat NoC and are responsible for policing that particular conference's network, which they helped create. Come August each member loosens the strict defensive mindset they uphold in their day jobs as system administrators and security defenders to let the partying hackers launch all but the nastiest attacks over their network.“We will sit back and monitor attacks as they happen," Wyler tells The Register from his home in the US. "It's not your average security job."The crew operates with the conference din as a background, sometimes to cheers as speakers pull off showy hacks or offer impressive technical demos in rotating shifts. In the Black Hat NoC, some laugh, some sleep, and all work in a darkness broken by the glow of LEDs and computer screens. Their score is a backdrop of crunching cheese Nachos, old hacker movies, and electronic music."Picture it in the movies, and that's what it's like," Stump says, commiserating with your Australia-based scribe's Vegas absence. "It'll be quite a sight, you'll be missing something."


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Battery for Acer Aspire 4736

So now three out of four of our PCs are suddenly obsolete in the Windows world. But what about the fourth? That's a different story. Hydra hasn't had a bios update in years, but it still took Windows 10 without a problem – even without a Windows 10-specific version of the bios.Admittedly, all of these systems are fairly old, so I wouldn't necessarily expect the manufacturers to spend time/money to build new bios versions for these boards.But Microsoft could fix these problems by putting more backward compatibility into the Windows 10 code base. They did it with other versions of the venerable OS – why not now? From using Windows 10 on Hydra, it seems more of an evolution of Windows 7 than something completely new and different.Sure, there could be different, non-Windows 7-like things happening under the hood that I don't see, but that stuff can be translated via software routines in order to make it run on older hardware.I predict that legions of users are facing the same problems as I saw today, and that they won't be happy to see their free upgrade hopes dashed.


Analysis Intel's non-volatile memory product revenues are diving as it converts to 3D NAND and waits for XPoint to deliver the goods.Intel’s second quarter 2016 flash revenues of $554m were down 20 per cent year-on-year and one per cent sequentially.Analyst haus Stifel Nicolaus' MD, Aaron Rakers, charted Intel’s quarterly flash product revenues and we can immediately see a four quarter decline.The company talks about a challenging price environment and we would point out it, and flash foundry partner Micron, are late into 3D NAND, which is being popularised by Samsung, with its 48-layer technology.This means, in general, that Samsung can supply flash capacity more cheaply than Intel/Micron as its flash wafers have three bits per cell whereas Intel/Micron’s have two bits per cell.



The client computing 850 EVO SSD from Samsung now has up to 4TB of capacity using 48-layer 3D TLC NAND for the 4TB model. Its the first 4TB PC/laptop SSD. Lenovo is now also shipping its own Atsani* M.2 NVMe SSDs. Both these data points indicates how flash drive supply is broadening and competition intensifying.Intel is also facing the winding down of an SSD supply contract to WDC’s HGST unit which sold Intel-based SSDs. As WDC has bought SanDisk and has acquired its foundry partnership with and output from Toshiba NAND fabs then it will change the Intel/Micron flash componentry to SanDisk/Toshiba NAND and save itself cost.Chipzilla is converting its Dalian fab in China to build 3D NAND and initial wafer production has started. Rakers writes that “Intel/Micron expects it will have cost effective pricing on 3D-NAND in 2HC2016” but whether this translates into increased non-volatile product revenues for Intel depends upon market dynamics. In general, in the flash product market you have to run to stand still, and Intel has fallen behind – so it has to catch up before it can run ahead of the pack.


Intel is looking to bulk up its non-volatile product revenues with the coming Optane 3D XPoint drives. Intel might launch Optane either at the Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara, Aug 89-11, or the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Aug 16-18. Optane SSDs should start sampling before the end of the year.But Optane revenues will start in 2017. So we could see continued declines in Intel flash revenues in the third and even fourth 2016 calendar quarters. * See Atsani drives lusted on the recent NVMe plugfest which also listed Intel’s Optane 3D XPoint SSDs.World exclusive Dell's ingenious strategy for financing its audacious $67bn acquisition of EMC is a secret no more.Now a crack Reg investigative team can reveal that the Round Rock computing giant has an ambitious plan in place to raise the cash necessary for the deal – and it involves kicking out a line of portable PCs that are so powerful they shatter conventional price structure. Behold, the $650,000 Precision 7700-series laptop, available from dell.com.Throw out your MacBooks and take a second mortgage, because the game just changed (click to enlarge)
These revolutionary notebooks, touted as the world's most powerful, will almost certainly turn the IT market on its head. Given the price, the only logical explanation we can find is that Dell has advanced the field of computing by such amazing leaps and bounds that all other electronics will now be obsolete.



The $652,000 superbooks – on sale, down from a million dollars – will sport a state-of-the-art Windows 7 operating systems, the software that Microsoft doesn't want you to have. It is also packed with a Core i5 processor from Intel, and a full 500GB of storage space.For those who may not be able to splash out the $650k up front, Dell is offering a generous financing program with payments as low as $19,565 per month, well within the spending range of even the most junior of Oracle VPs.While the cost of the systems may seem steep, Dell doesn't need them to sell far and wide. Just 102,631 units sold would scare up the necessary money for the EMC buyout. Sure, Dell's PC business is going through a rough patch, but cracking the 100,000 mark should still be doable.So only about three months of rent of a one bedroom apartment in San Francisco
When confronted with El Reg's findings, Dell predictably went silent, as if it were treating today's startling revelation as a mere website programming error. More on this breaking story as it develops. After we contacted Dell, the US tech titan tore down the pages for its Precision 17 laptops (normal RRP: $1500). Good thing we took screenshots, huh?Seagate has added three new 10TB helium drives, simultaneously re-branding its desktop/laptop disk and SSHDs, NAS and surveillance drive products in a complicated scheme involving disparate drive technologies.


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Delegates need not. The Black Hat NoC will again be housed in The Fish Bowl, a glass den housing the crew and mascots Lyle the stuffed ape and Helga the inflatable sheep. Delegates are welcome to gawk.The Black Hat NoC operators need to check their defensive reflexes at the door in part to allow a user base consisting almost entirely of hackers to pull pranks and spar, and in part to allow presenters to legitimately demonstrate the black arts of malware."When you see traffic like that, you immediately go into mitigation mode to respond to that threat," Wyler says. "Black Hat is a very interesting network because you can't do that – we have to ask if we are about to ruin some guy's demonstration on stage in front of 4,000 people."Stump recalls intruding on a training session to claim the scalp of a Black Hat black hat slinging around the infamous Zeus banking trojan on the network: "The presenter says 'it's all good, we are just sending it up to AWS for our labs' and we had a laugh; I couldn't take the normal security approach and simply block crazy shit like this."Flipping malware will get you noticed and monitored by one of the Black Hat NoC's eager operators who will watch to see if things escalate beyond what's expected of a normal demonstration.If legitimate attacks are seeping out of a training room, the sight of Wyler, Stump, or any other NoC cop wordlessly entering with a walkie-talkie clipped to hip and a laptop under arm is enough for the Black Hat activity to cease. "It is part of the fun for us," Wyler says. "Being able to track attacks to a location and have a chat."


Targeting the Black Hat network itself will immediately anger the NoC, however.The team has found all manner of malware pinging command and control servers over its network, some intentional, and some from unwittingly infected delegates. "We'll burst in and say anyone who's MAC address ends with this, clean up your machine," Stump says.Training is by far the most expensive part of a hacker conference. Of the 71 training sessions running over the weekend past ahead of the Black Hat main conference, each cost between US$2500 (£1887, A$3287) and US$5300 (£4000, A$6966) with many students having the charge covered by generous bosses.So it was to this writer's initial incredulity that most of the sea of "weird porn" flowing through the Black Hat pipes stems from randy training students. "It is more than it should ever be," Wyler says of the Vegas con's porn obsession. "While you are at a training class – I mean it's not even during lunch."The titillating tidbit was noticed when one Black Hat NoC cop hacked together a script to pull and project random images from the network traffic on Fish Bowl monitors. A barrage of flesh sent the shocked operators into laughing fits of alt-tab. Another moment was captured when Stump was filmed for on CNN Money and a shopper's blowup doll appeared with perfect timing.



Black Hat's NoC started as an effective but hacked-together effort by a group of friends just ahead of the conference. Think Security Onion, intrusion detection running on Kali, and Openbsd boxes.Now they have brought on security and network muscle, some recruited from a cruise through the expo floor, including two one-gigabit pipes from CenturyLink with both running about 600Mbps on each. "We were used to being a group of friends hanging out where a lot of stuff happened on site, and now we've brought in outsiders," Stump says.Ruckus Wireless, Fortinet, RSA and CenturyLink are now some of the vendors that help cater to Black Hat's more than 70 independent networks. "It's shenanigans," Wyler says. "But we love it."The pair do not and cannot work on the DEF CON networks since they are still being built during Black Hat, but they volunteer nonetheless leading and helping out with events, parties, and demo labs. "I feel a responsibility to give back to the community which feeds me," Wyler says. "That's why we put in the late nights." Comment As your humble HPC correspondent for The Register, I should probably be running Linux on the array of systems here at the home office suite. But I don't. I've been a Microsoft guy since I bought my first computer way back in 1984.


You, dear readers, can rip me for being a MStard, but it works worked well for my business and personal needs.I've had my ups and downs with the company, but I think I've received good value for my money and I've managed to solve every problem I've had over the years.Yesterday was the day that I marked on my calendar as "Upgrade to Windows 10 Day." We currently have four systems in our arsenal here, two laptops and two desktops.The laptops are Lenovo R61 and W510 systems, and the desktops are a garden variety box based on an Asus P7P55D Pro motherboard. The other desktop is my beloved Hydra 2.0 liquid cooled, dual-processor, monster system based on the EVGA Classified SR-2 motherboard. These details turn out to be important in our story.The first problem arose with the Asus desktop. Windows 10 was supposedly choking on trying to upgrade while Acronis backup was installed. Even though we removed Acronis, removed all registry entries, used a cleanup utility, and even performed a quick exorcism – Windows 10 still said it was there. Same problem on the Lenovo laptops.



This prompted us to bring Microsoft tech support into the loop. We quickly got past first line support and were promoted to second line – now we'll get the answers we need.Well, yes and no. We got some answers, just not the answers we wanted. According to Microsoft, since there weren't specific Windows 10 drivers out there for the Asus board and R61 laptop, it would be impossible to upgrade them to Windows 10.(This didn't explain the Acronis error, I repeatedly pointed out, but this was never addressed in our text chain, and later, in our phone call.)"Impossible? What the hell?" was my response. Travel faster than the speed of light is impossible, sure, but doing this upgrade certainly doesn't fall into the impossible category.The bottom line from Microsoft tech support is that if there isn't a Windows 10-specific version of the bios for your particular PC, you're sh*t out of luck when it comes to Windows 10.It's the drivers, according to the third-level support person I managed to get on the phone. But what about the generic drivers that every version of Windows includes? "Microsoft doesn't write drivers" was the response from him. Huh? Of course they do.


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Nintendo n’a pas officiellement confirmé à quoi va ressembler la manette, et encore moins le nom de la nouvelle console. La seule information concrète que nous avons vient de la bouche de Satoru Iwata, PDG du groupe de jeux vidéo Nintendo. Il a affirmé que le nom de code interne de la console est « NX », et qu’il doutait qu’elle soit prête en 2015. Son intuition était la bonne.Il est attendu que Nintendo montre sa dernière console lors de l’Electronics Entertainment Expo de cette année, mais ses nouvelles fuites, Nintendo pourrait revoir ses plans, et annoncer la console plus tôt que prévu.En prenant exemple sur sa maison mère, Facebook, Instagram vient de pousser une mise à jour sur son site Web en affichant les notifications des utilisateurs dans une nouvelle zone accessible depuis une liste déroulante. La boîte montre les différents « j’aime », les gens qui vous ont suivi, et les amis qui ont récemment lancé leur compte Instagram.La mise à jour est d’ores et déjà disponible pour tous, comme vous pourrez le constater une fois connecté à votre compte Instagram sur le Web. Le changement est intéressant, puisque jusqu’ici Instagram a uniquement conservé ses fonctionnalités de retouche et de partage photo à son application mobile. Instagram a lancé la gestion des profils utilisateurs sur le Web en 2012, suivi par une refonte graphique en 2013 afin de commenter et aimer les photos, et a poussé la recherche l’année dernière.


Comme on peut le voir, l’application Web est reléguée au second plan, mais la mise à jour améliore réellement la présence d’Instagram sur le Web. Elle pourrait conduire à une plus grande utilisation de la plate-forme sur un ordinateur de bureau, laissant penser que d’autres améliorations pourraient être poussées à l’avenir.
Permettre aux utilisateurs de publier des photos à partir du Web est l’une des caractéristiques les plus demandées par les utilisateurs d’Instagram, mais Facebook est timide quant à son activation, craignant les abus de robots — ce qui arrive de toute façon sur l’application mobile, mais à un degré moindre.WhatsApp, appartenant également à Facebook, est arrivé sur le Web l’année dernière, tout comme le service de messagerie du géant bleu, Messenger, qui a également fait son apparition sur la toile l’année dernière.Personnellement, je pense que je vais rester sur l’application mobile. Je ne vois pas le besoin d’être constamment le nez dans le service, mais j’imagine que des gens célèbres, des responsables de marque, et d’autres gens qui passent leurs journées sur Instagram apprécieront la mise à jour. En effet, Instagram pour le Web commence à ressembler à une application entièrement fonctionnelle, et n’est plus seulement l’endroit où les gens vont aller regarder les clichés sur un plus grand écran.



Si vous cherchez à acheter un MacBook Retina de 12 pouces, vous aurez peut-être envie d’attendre le mois prochain parce que, comme une source l’a confirmé à 9to5Mac, une nouvelle version de la collection d’ordinateurs portables d’Apple est sur le point d’être annoncée. La source a découvert cette information en creusant dans les applications OS X Server et l’utilitaire de système d’imagerie.Dans l’utilitaire, le MacBook Retina 2015 est répertorié comme un modèle d’ordinateur pris en charge, mais de façon surprenante, un modèle début 2016 a également été ajouté, avant sa sortie. Compte tenu de la définition d’Apple pour le terme « early » (« début »), qui signifie dans les quatre premiers mois de l’année, nous pouvons nous attendre à voir le successeur du MacBook de 12 pouces présenté l’année dernière, le prochain mois.Alors que les MacBook de l’an dernier sont tous arrivés en avril 2015, une date de sortie en avril 2016 ne serait pas impossible, surtout compte tenu de l’adhésion d’Apple à une routine annuelle. Toutes les nouveautés appliquées au MacBook seront probablement marginales, bien que l’on puisse espérer que la cinquième génération de processeur Intel Core M soit remplacée par quelque chose d’un peu plus puissant. Croisons les doigts que cette année nous allons voir la mise en œuvre de puces Intel Skylake.L’introduction d’un MacBook de 12 pouces plus puissant ne serait pas injustifiée. En fait, la sixième génération de processeurs Intel Core M est disponible depuis l’année dernière, bénéficiant de la même autonomie de 10 heures que son prédécesseur, mais avec une augmentation des performances du processeur de 10 à 20 %, et un gain de 40 % pour le GPU.


Curieusement, il n’y a rien indiquant un MacBook Air Retina ou un MacBook Pro Retina pour le début de l’année 2016. Bien que cette information puisse facilement être considérée comme sans intérêt, elle pourrait indiquer un rafraîchissement du MacBook de 12 pouces un peu plus tôt que ses homologues plus puissants. Il a été rapporté qu’Apple préparait des variantes « ultra-minces » de ses MacBook de 13 et 15 pouces, avec un possible lancement en juin ou juillet de cette année, bien que la famille de produits exacte reste incertaine.Certes, Deezer a élargi son service au monde entier l’année dernière, mais beaucoup de gens ont été si solidement ancrée dans les services de streaming qu’ils ont déjà connu et aimé, qu’ils ne voient aucune raison de changer, même si Deezer avait offert une meilleure fidélité audio. La société ne va pas rattraper Spotify ou Apple Music de sitôt, mais aujourd’hui, un peu plus de gens pourraient avoir une raison de lui porter une attention toute particulière.Dans une publication sur ​​son blog, Deezer a annoncé que son service est maintenant disponible sur l’Apple Watch. De nombreuses applications de streaming, y compris Pandora et le propre service de musique d’Apple, Apple Music, sont disponibles sur l’Apple Watch. Mais, Spotify est le grand absent, laissant une petite, mais importante, ouverture pour Deezer d’attirer une poignée de nouveaux utilisateurs, en plus d’apporter une nouvelle fonctionnalité pour ses clients.Toutes les fonctionnalités attendues sont là, y compris les playlists, les hits, et Ma musique, qui permettent aux utilisateurs de synchroniser leur Apple Watch et leur smartphone, afin d’accéder à leurs morceaux, artistes et albums préférés, et plus encore. Le support de la technologie Force Touch est inclus, permettant le contrôle de la répétition d’une piste ou encore d’activer le mode de lecture aléatoire. De plus, il y a la possibilité pour un utilisateur de voir rapidement la file de lecture. La musique enregistrée pour une lecture hors ligne sur l’iPhone de l’utilisateur est également disponible depuis la nouvelle application.



Bien que les caractéristiques ci-dessus puissent être attendues de près pour toute application musicale, la fonctionnalité « Flow » de Deezer est également prise en charge sur l’Apple Watch. Flow agit comme un DJ personnel, que la société utilise comme étant « le meilleur de l’homme et de la machine » permettant de jouer intuitivement la bonne musique au bon moment.‘I love my classic watch, but when I want to listen to Flow on-the-go, it’s my Deezer on Apple Watch that lets me listen to all my favourite tracks on hand – anytime, anywhere’, a déclaré dans un communiqué, Alexander Holland, Directeur du contenu et produit de Deezer.Toutes les smartwatches créées ne sont pas égales. Soyons honnêtes, certaines ont un look plutôt horrible sur notre poignet. Si vous êtes dans les montres plus classiques et à la mode, une start-up voudrait vous convaincre que le mieux est de garder votre montre traditionnelle, et la transformer en un appareil intelligent, sans que personne d’autre ait besoin de le savoir, et surtout le voir.La start-up derrière ce nouveau concept est MainTool, et son bracelet remplace celui de votre montre traditionnelle pour l’un de ces choix, vous offrant beaucoup plus de fonctionnalité que juste la capacité d’afficher l’heure. Il permet à la montre de surveiller votre rythme cardiaque, de recevoir des notifications par des vibrations personnalisées, de suivre le nombre de pas, de jeter un œil sur votre sommeil, et de rejeter les appels téléphoniques.


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Allerdings sei von Zeven der Weg zu den Behörden in Bremen sehr weit. Das dauert eineinhalb Stunden für eine Strecke. Ab Dezember soll deshalb die Herberge in Bremen für Flüchtlinge geöffnet werden. Obwohl das Haus auch mit normalen Gästen schon ausgelastet sei, betont Engelhardt.Auf dem Speiseplan in Zeven stehen für die Flüchtlinge kaum andere Gerichte als für die Schulklassen. Natürlich haben wir Schweinefleisch gestrichen, aber wir stellen uns immer auf die Bedürfnisse der Gäste ein, sagt Feldmann. Und wird noch der obligatorische Hagebuttentee ausgeschenkt? Auch, sagt der Hausleiter. Angeboten würden aber auch andere Heißgetränkesorten. Unser Frühstück hat Fünf-Sterne-Qualität.Hannover (dpa/tmn) - Smartphones sind ziemliche Stromfresser. Vor allem dann, wenn sie im Hintergrund fleißig Daten für Apps nachladen, E-Mails checken oder soziale Netzwerke auf dem neuesten Stand halten. Allerdings kann man die Telefone auch auf Stromdiät setzen.In allen Betriebssystemen gibt es eine Übersicht, welche App gerade viel frisst, erklärt Alexander Spier von der Zeitschrift c't. Bei iOS 9 steckt sie unter Einstellungen/Batterie, bei den meisten Android-Systemen unter Einstellungen/Akku. Hier lassen sich stromhungrige Apps identifizieren und mögliches Sparpotenzial ermitteln. iOS etwa zeigt an, welches Programm auch im Hintergrund den Datenfunk benutzen darf. Gerade den Datenfunk kann man recht gut einschränken, sagt Spier. Einziger Komfortverlust bei abgeschalteter Hintergrundaktualisierung ist meist nur eine etwas längere Wartezeit beim Start einer App.


Hilfe beim Stromsparen gibt es auch von Apps wie Tasker (Android, circa 3 Euro). Mit ihnen lassen sich Nutzungsprofile einreichten. Dann werden beispielsweise unterwegs Bluetooth und WLAN deaktiviert und verbrauchen nicht unnötig Strom. Mittlerweile bieten auch viele Hersteller Stromsparmodi an. Dann werden etwa alle Hintergrundverbindungen des Telefons bei Inaktivität gekappt oder stromfressende Animationen angehalten. Auch das Dimmen der Displaybeleuchtung und Einschränkung des Zugriffs von Apps auf die Ortungsfunktion des Telefons verlängern die Akkulaufzeit.Auf Smartphones mit wesentlich mehr Laufzeit ohne Auftanken an der Steckdose müssen Nutzer allerdings bei allem technischen Fortschritt noch warten, erklärt Spier. Und das hat auch Designgründe. Akkus mit mehr Kapazität als momentan verbaut, gibt es zwar. Sie würden die immer flotter und leistungsfähigen Telefone aber auch dicker machen.Berlin (dpa) - Jeder benutzt es täglich, aber kaum jemand weiß wirklich viel darüber. Im Gegenteil: Gerade übers Smartphone kursiert viel Halbwissen. Viele der falschen, aber weit verbreiteten Annahmen stammen noch aus der Frühzeit des Mobiltelefons. Andere haben nie gestimmt. Elf Mythen im Überblick:



Eine 500-Megabyte-Flatrate reicht eigentlich immer: Stimmt nicht mehr. In Zeiten lückenhafter UMTS-Netze und kaum vorhandener Multimedia-Angebote für Mobilgeräte war das noch richtig. Doch wer Musik streamt, häuft schnell riesige Datenmengen an. Da sind Sie dann ganz schnell im Gigabyte-Bereich, sagt Falko Hansen vom Telekommunikationsportal Teltarif.de. Umgekehrt reicht bei zurückhaltender Nutzung mit etwas Surfen und Mailen aber vielleicht auch eine kleinere Flatrate.Moderne Smartphones müssen jede Nacht an die Steckdose:Stimmt nur noch teilweise. Denn sogenannte Phablets mit Displaydiagonalen jenseits von fünf Zoll werden immer populärer. Und in deren große Gehäuse passt auch ein großer Akku. Der kann auch mal zwei Tage lang durchhalten, sagt Monika Klein, stellvertretende Chefredakteurin von Connect. Die besten Riesenhandys schaffen demnach bis zu zehn Stunden Dauernutzung, mit Pausen auch deutlich mehr. Bei kleineren Geräten seien sechs oder sieben Stunden Dauerbetrieb die Regel.


Telefonieren und surfen im Ausland ist sündhaft teuer:Das kann nur noch auf anderen Kontinenten zutreffen. Denn innerhalb der EU gelten Gebührengrenzen - für ein Megabyte Daten etwa 24 Cent (Preise inklusive Mehrwertsteuer), für eine SMS rund 7 Cent, für die abgehende Gesprächsminute rund 23 Cent und für die eingehende Minute rund 6 Cent. Das ist keine Kostenfalle mehr, sagt Stefan Höppner von der Verbraucherzentrale Sachsen.Für Smartphones gibt es keine Viren: Stimmt nicht. Inzwischen sind die Ersteller von Schadsoftware auf Smartphones sogar aktiver als auf Desktop-Computern, warnt Prof. Eric Bodden von der Technischen Universität Darmstadt. Betroffen sei wegen der großen Verbreitung vor allem Android, Schädlinge gibt es aber auch für andere Systeme. Schützen können sich Nutzer mit Virenscannern und gesundem Menschenverstand: Die Hauptquelle für Smartphone-Viren sind unoffizielle App-Stores, so Bodden. Am besten laden Nutzer neue Anwendungen daher nur von den offiziellen Plattformen herunter.


Gute Apps gibt es nur für Android und iOS: Stimmt nicht. Die beiden Marktführer unter den mobilen Betriebssystemen haben nicht unbedingt bessere Apps - nur mehr. Wer auf die breite Masse verzichten kann, hat unter den Exoten aber zumindest eine sinnvolle Alternative: Die grundlegenden Apps für den Alltag gibt es auch bei Windows Phone, sagt Monika Klein. App-Junkies, die die breite Auswahl brauchen, stoßen da aber schnell an ihre Grenzen.Smartphones werden mit der Zeit immer langsamer: Stimmt nicht unbedingt. Da ist auch viel Psychologie dabei, sagt Falko Hansen. Ein neues Smartphone ist ja meistens schneller als das alte, da gibt es dann einen Wow-Effekt. Und der verschwinde mit der Zeit natürlich, so der Experte. Klappt dann später etwas nicht sofort, nervt das. Immer neue Apps und Daten können ein Smartphone mit der Zeit aber etwas ausbremsen. Abhilfe schaffen Aufräum-Apps oder das Zurücksetzen auf die Werkseinstellungen.



Private Daten bleiben auf dem Handy auch privat: Stimmt nicht. Beim Verkauf alter Smartphones reicht es zum Beispiel nicht, Daten nur zu löschen. Denn für Versierte sind sie dann immer noch verfügbar. Prof. Bodden rät, den Handy-Speicher zu verschlüsseln. Entsprechende Funktionen gibt es bei iOS sowie Android und mit dem kommenden Update auf Version 10 auch für Windows Phone. Wenn sie den Handyspeicher löschen, wird der Schlüssel für die verschlüsselten Daten quasi weggeworfen, erklärt der Sicherheitsexperte. Dritte können mit den Daten dann kaum noch etwas anfangen.Eine Smartphone-Kamera taugt nur für Schnappschüsse: Stimmt meistens. Unter guten Lichtbedingungen können mit der Handykamera zwar tolle Bilder gelingen, sagt Connect-Redakteurin Klein. Aber wenn es dunkler wird, trennt sich die Spreu schnell vom Weizen. Gute Bilder gelingen dann am ehesten noch mit teureren Smartphones der Oberklasse: In einem Test der Zeitschrift schneiden das iPhone 6, Samsungs Galaxy S6 und das Huawei P8 am besten ab. Mit Spiegelreflexkameras halten sie aber längst nicht mit, so die Expertin: Das ist technisch einfach nicht möglich.


Was ich nicht in die Cloud lade, bleibt sicher auf dem Handy:Stimmt nicht. Bei vielen Apps ist auch für Experten kaum erkennbar, was die Programme im Hintergrund auf einem Server speichern. Für Nutzer ist das einerseits komfortabel, weil ihre Informationen so synchron auf mehreren Geräten zur Verfügung stehen. Andererseits ist es aber auch eine Sicherheitslücke: Wir haben festgestellt, dass die Daten in der Cloud oft nur schlecht geschützt sind, warnt Prof. Bodden. Schützen können sich Nutzer dagegen kaum - hier hilft nur genaues Hinsehen, gerade bei den App-Berechtigungen.WLAN ist zum Surfen unterwegs immer die bessere Wahl: Stimmt nicht. Denn das Surfen per WLAN verursacht zwar keine Kosten, schneller ist es in Zeiten von LTE und Co. aber längst nicht immer. Und sicherer ist es auch nicht. Vor allem in einem unverschlüsselten WLAN sollten Nutzer auf keinen Fall sensible Daten wie Passwörter verschicken, warnt Prof. Bodden. Und auch nicht jede Verschlüsselung ist wirklich sicher. Im Zweifelsfall seien LTE und UMTS daher die bessere Wahl: Mobilfunk ist nach aktuellem Stand relativ abhörsicher.Smartphones sind nichts für Ältere: Stimmt nicht immer. Große beleuchtete Tasten, große Schrift im Display, eine gesonderte Notruftaste. Auf den ersten Blick sind Senioren-Handys für ältere Mobilfunk-Einsteiger die beste Wahl. Falko Hansen rät Senioren, Smartphones ruhig einmal auszuprobieren: Die sind durchaus seniorengerecht. Grund dafür sei vor allem die nachvollziehbare Benutzerführung mit bunten Symbolen. Hansen empfiehlt Älteren aber eher Phablets als Smartphones in Standardgröße: Das ist schon ein Unterschied, was die Darstellungsgröße angeht.


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