Month: September 2015

Snapdragon 820 to Include Real-Time Malware Detection

Qualcomm Smart Protect uses machine learning to protect against never-before-seen zero-day attacks. Qualcomm has already tipped some fancy features for its Snapdragon 820, like support for "DSLR-quality photography," but the chip is also getting a security upgrade. The company on Monday introduced new anti-malware technology, dubbed …

Smaato Ad Report Shows Big Growth On The Mobile Web

Ad spending on the mobile web doubled in the first half of 2015 (compared to the same period last year), according to a new report from Smaato. Specifically, Smaato saw its total ad spend split between 62 percent on apps and 38 percent on the mobile web. So the mobile …

Watch The Halo 5: Guardians Opening Cinematic

Halo 5: Guardians opening cinematic was released online today. Watch it above. An intense new story on a galactic scale: Play as the Master Chief and Spartan Locke as the hunt plays out across three new worlds. Your team is your weapon: Choose how to achieve …

Adding features (including .NET 3.5) to Windows 10

Windows 10 has created a new way of installing features that aren’t included in the operating system image, kind of like the situation with .NET Framework 3.5 in Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.  Similar, but different.  This enables us to keep the operating system smaller for …

Google Kills Flash Advertising in Chrome for Good

Google has delivered what could be the killer blow for the much maligned Adobe Flash. The company has stated that from tomorrow it will turn Flash adverts into static images to protect against potential malicious code injections. First announced in June, the move has been trialled …

Google's Android Wear Now Supports iOS

Android smartwatches now work with iPhone 5, 5c, 5s and 6 phones. Android Wear just got a lot more compatible. Google today announced an iOS app that lets iPhones pair with Android Wear watches, two days before we expect to see a flood of new watches …