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Looks like Amazon finally has ended the Kindle Voyage’s…voyage

Looks like Amazon finally has ended the Kindle Voyage's...voyage

Amazon’s previously top-end, high-spec Kindle Voyage has now disappeared from the official retailer’s site, so now you can only buy refurbished versions of the premium reader. The website notes the “item is only available from third-party sellers” plus the retailer has told TechCrunch “that customer response to Kindle Voyage has …

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The dangers of unencrypted data upload

Visibility of your infrastructure is critical, and the same applies when moving to the cloud, says Darktrace Director of Threat Hunting Max Heinemeyer More than nine in 10 organisations are expected to adopt the hybrid cloud by 2020. While this transition is undeniably beneficial for most businesses – from start-ups …

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Intel unveils new NUC mini PCs


Intel’s new pre-built NUC featuring its 10nm Core i3-8121U CPU Intel’s latest NUC mini PCs will be available from September, with two new pre-built models costing around £500, and five new kits from around £250.  Furthermore, the pre-built NUCs will feature Intel’s 10nm Core i3-8121U CPU, based on the Cannon Lake …

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Necurs botnet in new phishing attack on banks


Banks are frequent targets of phishing attacks A Necurs botnet has been used to launch a campaign of targeted phishing emails aimed at breaching the cyber defences of a number banks. Security vendor Cofense said the short-lived phishing campaign began on August 15 and targeted more than 2,700 bank domains. However, …

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Power the Small Cells to Prepare for 5G

Active in the telecommunications market since the 1960s, CE+T Power is a leader in power conversion solutions. In recent months we have seen more and more pilot projects with 5G equipment around the world. This new technology will have a significant impact on the entire infrastructure, especially with the development …

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