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Month: April 2019

Digital Trends Live: Impossible Burger rollout, Mother’s Day guide, and more

Join us on DT Live as we cover the day’s top tech news, including the Impossible Burger’s nationwide rollout at Burger King, Marriott’s plans to compete with Airbnb, Samsung’s vertical viewing TV, our Mother’s Day Gift Guide, and more.

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Amazon goes live with its blockchain managed service

Apple Q2 2019 results: iPhone sales fell, but just about everything else is thriving

Zero-day attackers deliver a double dose of ransomware—no clicking required

Screenshot of ransomware warning.

Enlarge (credit: Cisco Talos)

Attackers have been actively exploiting a critical zero-day vulnerability in the widely used Oracle WebLogic server to install ransomware, with no clicking or other interaction necessary on the part of end users, researchers from Cisco Talos said on Tuesday.

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Bloomberg claims Vodafone found backdoors in Huawei equipment; Vodafone disagrees

5G Logo in the shape of a butterfly.

Enlarge / PORTUGAL – 2019/03/04: 5G logo is seen on an android mobile phone with Huawei logo on the background. (credit: Omar Marques/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Vodafone, the largest mobile network operator in Europe, found backdoors in Huawei equipment between 2009 and 2011, reports Bloomberg.

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Facebook Messenger coming to Mac and Windows later this year

Facebook just announced a handful of new features for its extremely popular Messenger app. Among them, a new native desktop version for both macOS and Windows.

The news was delivered by Mark Zuckerberg during his keynote address at the F8 developer conference, but was first discovered by French site iGeneration, which found an accidentally-posted Facebook blog post about Messenger before it was quickly taken down.

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