Apple Hires Former Samsung, Microsoft Exec To Head Up South Korea Efforts

Apple Hires Former Samsung, Microsoft Exec To Head Up South Korea Efforts

When you’ve got smartphone functions in your smartphone, the usefulness and leisure worth can increase measurably. Also, into different areas of my researches, and even helps me pull-pool from the deeper recesses of my reading preparedness I’ve been doing for so many a long time, to be able to dissect the present conundrum of the existence of the Web the fact of books, thus far now has been my try to trace the changing attitudes and usages. I do use the Web for my researches too, however I’m more reliant on the information from books that are readily and bodily... Read More
LG’s newest cordless vac automatically empties itself

LG’s newest cordless vac automatically empties itself

LG’s new vacuum cleaner, the ridiculously named LG CordZeroThinQ A9 Kompressor Plus, should be a little easier to empty than most cordless vacuums. Its charging station is equipped with a “fully-automated dust removal system,” which sucks the contents of the vac’s dustbin into a dust bag as the device charges. We’ve seen similar auto-emptying features in robot vacuum cleaners like the iRobot Roomba i7 Plus before, but LG’s solution is more unique in the world of cordless stick vacuums. Samsung sells a Clean Station to work with its upright vacuum cleaner, but using it involves first detaching the vacuum’s dustbin,... Read More
Bucking Trump, NSA and FBI say Russia was “likely” behind SolarWinds hack

Bucking Trump, NSA and FBI say Russia was “likely” behind SolarWinds hack

Enlarge / Side view of colorful St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow on Red Square in front of the Kremlin, Russia. Hackers working for the Russian government were “likely” behind the software supply chain attack that planted a backdoor in the networks of 180,000 private companies and governmental bodies, officials from the US National Security Agency and three other agencies said on Tuesday. The assessment—made in a joint statement that also came from the FBI, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence—went on to say that the hacking campaign was a “serious compromise... Read More