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Kaspersky report highlights common ransomware attack patterns

Why it matters: As ransomware remains a prevalent security threat, an essential step in countering attackers is identifying their methods. Security researchers found that several of the most prolific groups

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Samsung Gaming Hub to add Xbox, Stadia, and GeForce Now apps to TVs later this year

In brief: As video game streaming struggles to find a steady foothold in the industry, service providers have partnered with television manufacturers to make it easier for players to get

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Newly developed algorithm able to predict crime a week in advance with 90% accuracy

WTF?! In what sounds suspiciously like the plot of Minority Report just without the precognitive psychics floating in a photon milk bath, an algorithm has been developed that can predict

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Used graphics card prices fall up to 50% as more cryptominers sell their GPUs

In brief: As cryptocurrency prices continue to fall and Bitcoin once again drops below the $20,000 mark, cryptomining is becoming increasingly less profitable—and that’s good news for gamers looking to

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Nvidia might want to cut 5nm TSMC orders for RTX 4000 series as demand cools

In brief: Nvidia, AMD, and Apple are all reportedly cutting their wafer orders from TSMC as people put less priority on buying the latest electronic goods in light of rising

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Raspberry Pi launches the Wi-Fi-equipped Pico W for just $6

In a nutshell: The new Raspberry Pi Pico W adds built-in Wi-Fi connectivity to the company’s popular Pico board launched last year. These wireless-enabled boards will be a great fit

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Stealthy backdoor is targeting Microsoft Exchange servers around the world

A hot potato: If one needed more indication that the security of Microsoft Exchange servers still looks like Swiss cheese, a threat actor known as Gelsemium has provided one. Security

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