Vodafone thinks annoying customers will wage war against Iliad
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Personal data is a Trojan Horse

Vodafone, the company which annoys its Italian customers by cold calling them with automatic dialiers, is hoping to avoid a price war with new comer Illiad by using  customer data.

OnePlus kills off backdoor
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Full root privileges done dirt cheap.

OnePlus has announced that the portion of Engineer Mode that provided a backdoor to the phone will be removed in an upcoming update.

Iphone X face recognition insecure
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You probably were not expecting this

The “killer app” on the overpriced iPhone X, its facial recognition system, has a glaring security hole caused by poor programming.

First AMD Ryzen APU notebook goes on sale
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HP Envy x360 15z with Ryzen 5 2500U

HP has finally started shipping its first notebook with the AMD Mobile Ryzen chip, the HP ENVY x360 15z with AMD Ryzen 5 2500U.

Israelis claim Apple nicked their camera technology
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Saving money on R&D

The fruity tax dodging cargo cult Apple has been accused of stealing technology from a small Israeli company and declaring that it invented it.