During his briefing, Bossert said Microsoft, Facebook, and other technology entities already began purging exploits used by North Korea and shutting down accounts used in attacks. They did so on their own without any government nudging, although he gave a special acknowledgment to Microsoft, which addressed exploits prior to the attack that kept many U.S. targets out of the line of fire. … [Read more...] about North Korea denies accusations of WannaCry attack involvement
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Saying the Windows 10 October 2018 Update's release was messy would be an understatement. Microsoft released the update in October 2018, pulled it because of problems, released it again in November 2018, pulled it because of more issues and then made it available to most systems running Windows 10 in December 2018. … [Read more...] about Microsoft Drops Support for Problematic Windows 10 October 2018 Update
This is all in addition to a number of other new icons that Microsoft has created, including a new look for the Edge browser on Chromium, as well as refreshed designs for the Microsoft Office suite. It's all part of a modernization through Fluent Design that Microsoft announced back in 2017. … [Read more...] about Microsoft Starts Rolling Out Fluent Design Icons for Windows 10X to Windows Insider Builds
While it might seem a bit strange to put so much stock into something a rando on the internet said, RuthenicCookie already correctly claimed that Sony would not be attending the next E3, which turned out to be true. That, coupled with the fact that 2020 would mark the seventh year since the launch of the PlayStation 4, actually makes some sense. … [Read more...] about DT Daily: PlayStation 5 rumors, Kroger food robots, and the future of A.I.
A personal attempt to access other parts of Facebook’s page, such as the “About Us” section and even a Google search link to Facebook of India, have shown that all of Facebook’s systems are in limbo – including the “Help” link. … [Read more...] about Are Facebook, Instagram taking a Labor Day break? Users report downtime globally