How stupid does Microsoft think we are?
The company today touted a study by 3Sharp that compares eight anti phishing technologies. The study was commissioned (as in paid for by) Microsoft. Amazingly, Internet Explorer 7's phishing filter is found to be most effective anti phishing technology around, ahead of Netcraft and a Google plugin for Firefox.
Japanese researchers develop a flexible screen worn on the skin that they claim can monitor patients' heart rate and other vitals
ZenFone 5 Pro appears to boast a Snapdragon 845 SOC, an Adreno 630 GPU and 6GB of RAM
Pilot project will serve 300 homes to start with
The IoT faces significant compatibility challenges, which could be avoided for blockchain by adopting Hyperledger