World First human eye resolution VR Headset is ready for industrial use

This ridiculously sharp Virtual Reality display is for industrial applications, but it offers the consumer market a taste of what’s coming. The world’s sharpest VR headset is now available and offers more than 60 pixels per degree of human eye resolution, which is about 20x higher than other VR headsets. Varjo’s VR-1 is designed for

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How AI and machine learning can help protect your company against cyber attacks?

As attack methodologies advance, the detection of tools is essential for security professionals to manage extensive networks of devices that are not necessarily reliable. In recent years, security measures have increased significantly and malicious actors have advanced their techniques to keep pace, especially with advances in attack methods such as fileless malware. The security model

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YouTube influencer scam – This is how it happened!

A scam that struck the fans of YouTube influencers, who offer lucky fans free gifts from their favorite stars, was much longer than initially thought. Last week, reports of the fraudulent scheme were published in which YouTube influencers such as Philip DeFranco, Jeffree Star and Bhad Bhabie are impersonated by scam artists who seek to

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Huawei ban sees Australia’s mobile network terminating TPG

Australian telco says that the lack of a clear path to upgrade to 5 G will put an end to its network implementation. TPG said it will stop the roll-out of its mobile network as a result of the Australian government ‘s ban on Huawei 5G equipment. Canberra officially locked out Huawei and ZTE in

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Windows 7 versus Windows 10: This is the final display

With less than a year to a big Windows 7 support deadline, it is time for the PC to decide. It’s less than a year now until Windows 7 disappears from mainstream support; after January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or support for Windows 7 PCs unless you pay extra. This

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How to fix iOS 12.1.2 problems: iOS 12 issues (Resolved)

Now that most wild iPhone and iPad devices have been updated to the new operating system, iOS 12 is just about everywhere. And although iOS 12 has managed to sweep away the many bugs and problems that plagued iOS 11, the new operating system has come up with a share of problems. List of IOS

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Web vulnerabilities upwards, IoT defects downwards

The number of flaws found in WordPress and its associated plugins has tripled since 2017, while the vulnerability of the Internet of Things has declined significantly, according to Imperva data. The total number of vulnerabilities reported by researchers in web applications increased to 17,142 in 2018, rising by more than 21 percent compared to the

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