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Necuno is a New Open Source Smartphone Running KDE linux   

It's been more than two years since Ubuntu's dream of creating a Linux smartphone was shattered. But it hasn't discouraged others from trying their own hands on a Linux-based smartphone.

Librem 5, the privacy-focused Linux-based smartphone, should be arriving in 2019. Even Pine64 is aiming for a budget Linux smartphone.

And now one more player has joined the party.

Finland based Necuno Solutions has announced that it is collaborating with KDE to bring Plasma Mobile to the Necuno Mobile.

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Published on December 6, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
Windows 10 warning: these versions of microsoft os will self destruct, are you affected?   

Windows 10 fans are being warned that some versions of the flagship Microsoft OS are a ticking time bomb.

These versions of the leading OS have a 'self destruct' setting meaning that it will refuse to boot entirely after a set date.

And users of these Windows 10 editions are being warned that this expiry date is fast approaching.

Affected Windows 10 fans will see their version of the OS stop working within the next two weeks

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2Pedndu

Published on December 2, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
Apple Mac mini review: overlooked little computer gets upgrade   

Apple's Mac mini has been languishing somewhat of late. The last time the company updated this diminutive computer, which comes without any accessories, was back in 2014. The Mac mini is undoubtedly less well-known than the iMac or the MacBook, but it offers an excellent way to get at Apple's desktop operating system and stable of software at a much lower price. This computer, which comes in Space Grey and Space Grey only, has upgraded internals and an array of ports along the back. Outwardly, little has changed. It's still a squat, slab of refined aluminium with the Apple logo nicely positioned on top. It measures 197mm square and 36mm high. Like the 2018, Macbook Air, it's hewn from a single block of 100% recycled aluminium.

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Published on November 29, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
WhatsApp Black Friday scam will steal your details   

The scam, which originally originated in South Africa, sends users a fake survey
The survey scam

This scam, which originally originated in South Africa, sends users a fake survey pretending to be from supermarket chain Spar, directing them to a fake website designed to harvest details.

Spar Ireland Tweeted, "There is a scam circulating on WhatsApp claiming to be a Spar survey. Do not respond to it, it is a hoax.

"Keep in mind that we will always make mention of a competition either in-store or on our Facebook page."

Fraud prevention service, Cifas, explained that fraudsters "can use the information you share online to pretend to be you and apply for bank accounts, mobile phones, loans or a wide range of other products in your name.

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Published on November 23, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
Windows 10 update WARNING as Microsoft users hit with by another irritating bug   

WINDOWS 10 users are being alerted to a new bug which is affecting Microsoft's popular video software. The issues have been confirmed with the US technology firm working on a fix.
Just last month users began complaining that files were being deleted after installing the latest Windows 10 update.
First spotted by Windows Latest, the latest problems appear to be affecting users who still watch content via the Windows Media Player.

Once the latest Windows 10 update is installed it seems the Seek Bar stops working.

Microsoft is clearly aware that this upgrade has caused a fault with a message posted on their support page saying: "After installing this update, users may not be able to use the Seek Bar in Windows Media Player when playing specific files.

"Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release."

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Published on November 23, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
Facebook and Instagram have CRASHED around the world less than a day after Messenger went down   

Facebook and Instagram have both been hit by severe outages.

Users on both popular platforms have been left unable to load the sites and hundreds of people are unable to access their accounts.

The global outage has affected users in the US, UK, mainland Europe as well as parts of Australia and South America.

This comes less than a day after Facebook Messenger crashed for users around the world

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Published on November 20, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
Ubuntu 18.04 Will Get 10-Year Support (Instead of the Usual 5 Years)   

The long-term support (LTS) releases of Ubuntu used to get support for five years. This is changing now. Ubuntu 18.04 will now be supported for ten years. Other LTS releases might also get an extended support.

Ubuntu's founder Mark Shuttleworth announced this news in a keynote at OpenStack Summit in Berlin.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2qRhkuM

Published on November 16, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
Android WARNING: Shock security risks discovered by Google, make sure you do THIS   

Android smartphone users are being warned after a series of dangerous security risks were uncovered by Google.

Android is one of the most used pieces of software in the world, with more than two billion active devices running Google's mobile OS every month.

But the leading OS has been subject to a number of high-profile security risks, the biggest of which being the Judy malware which hit Android.

Security experts said the nefarious malware was spread via the Google Play Store and could have infected 36.5million smartphones running Android

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Published on November 11, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
France first nation to sign new global ‘web contract’   

France has become the first country to sign a new "web contract" developed by Tim Berners-Lee, which aims to make the internet accessible, safe, and reliable worldwide on all platforms.

Mr Berners-Lee is known for being the inventor of the World Wide Web. He unveiled his contract plan at the 2018 edition of the Web Summit event which began this week.

Secretary of State Mounir Mahjoubi said: "We [France] are the first country to have signed."

The contract, which is set to be managed and implemented by the World Wide Web Foundation, is expected to lay out terms on issues such as the use of personal data, terrorism and extremist content, online harassment, and competitive commerce.

This could include measures such as a commitment to remove extremist and illegal content from the web as soon as possible, to help curb access to radicalising media.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2OAuvd0

Published on November 9, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
BUG DELAY Microsoft claims Windows 10 file-deletion bug has been FIXED, but it still hasn’t released new update   

New Windows 10 flaws are still being discovered, and Microsoft can only say that a new update will be made available to the public in early November

MICROSOFT has made a new Windows 10 update available to testers, after it pulled a previous update that deleted users' files.

However, despite claiming that its latest fix resolves such issues, additional bugs appear to be preventing Microsoft from releasing the new build to the public.

At the beginning of October, Microsoft released update 1809 of Windows 10, but it was quickly removed from circulation after it emerged that it deleted the documents and photos of a small proportion of users.

Since then, other bugs affecting the update have emerged, including one that overwrites files without warning if a user tries to copy or move a .ZIP file with the same name as an existing file.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2qmcJ3N

Published on November 1, 2018 by Paul Illingworth
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