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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on May 22, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    iBall Compbook Marvel 6 Review: Windows 10 Laptop Under Rs. 15,000 

    Highlights This laptop costs less than Rs. 15,000 but is capable of basic tasks It offers a large screen, full-sized keyboard, and licensed Windows 10 The body flexes and bends easily, and storage is constrained to 32GB

    A little over a year ago, we reviewed the iBall Compbook Exemplaire, a 14-inch notebook that cost less than Rs. 15,000. We found it to be underpowered and flimsy, but ultimately worthwhile, because there really isn’t a lot of choice at this price level, and at least you could get basic work done. There still isn’t much choice – and we still feel that there’s a gap in the market where netbooks used to reign. Sure, tablets can be fun to use and easy to watch movies on, but typing, browsing the Web, and multitasking are still largely off the table. iBall was smart enough to take the guts of a tablet and put them into a clamshell with a usable keyboard and screen, without pushing costs up too high.

    Now, we have with us the successor to that product, the new iBall Compbook Marvel 6. It looks very similar, but benefits from newer technology. The price is still the same, so we hope that iBall has managed to iron out some of the problems with the Exemplaire and give us a machine that’s even better value for money.


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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on April 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Microsoft Admits Windows Can Disable Third-Party Antivirus Software Under Certain Conditions 

    Photo Credit: Karlis Dambrans

    Highlights Kaspersky filed complaint with EU earlier in June Microsoft says it offers Windows Insider to ensure compatibility It built Windows 10 feature to disable incompatible antivirus

    After coming under antitrust fire from Kaspersky in the wake of the WannaCry ransomware, Microsoft has attempted to clear the air by talking about its work on safety and security

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on March 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Toshiba Said to Be Under Pressure to Consider Plan B as Chip Sale Falters 

    As the $18 billion (roughly Rs. 1,16,325 crores) sale of Toshiba’s memory chip unit to a government-approved consortium falters, some bankers and potential investors are pressing the board to seriously consider alternatives, people with direct knowledge of the sale process said – including picking a new buyer.

    Those people say Toshiba’s leadership is sticking to Plan A: selling the world’s second-largest memory chip maker to a Japanese government-backed group that also includes Bain Capital.

    But the clock is ticking for Toshiba, which was still recovering from a $1.3 billion accounting scandal in 2015 when it was hit by billions of dollars of cost overruns at its US nuclear unit Westinghouse in December.

    Unless it closes a deal by March, a gaping balance-sheet hole will prompt automatic delisting of its shares from Tokyo’s stock market – further battering its shareholders.

    As questions emerge around the role of South Korean rival SK Hynix in the preferred bidder group, some Toshiba executives and officials at the company’s main creditor banks say they want top management to look at other options.

    “Toshiba hastily picked the consortium ahead of its

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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on January 31, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    How Not to Lose Your Shirt When You're Under Federal Investigation 

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on December 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Kaspersky, under siege, fights back with transparency promise 

    Will allow independent reviews of code and business processes.

    Kaspersky Lab has announced a ‘global transparency initiative’ aimed at countering allegations the security vendor is secretly assisting Russian authorities with cyber surveillance.

    The initiative promises independent reviews of product source code, software updates, software development lifecycles, and supply chain risk mitigation strategies.

    It follows reports that Israeli counter-intelligence agencies discovered Russian spies used Kaspersky software for surveillance purposes.

    In September Kaspersky Lab products were banned from use in US government agencies, amidst concerns over Kremlin interference with the Russian security vendor.

    Kaspersky has strenuously denied that it has acted on behalf of any government.

    It has fought back to dispel the mistrust created by the allegations, which it claims have been made for political reasons.

    Founder and chief executive Eugene Kaspersky today said the transparancy initiative sought to repair the damage done by the allegations to his business.

    “Cybersecurity has no borders, but attempts to introduce national boundaries in cyberspace is counterproductive and must be stopped,” he said.

    “We need to reestablish trust in relationships between companies, governments and citizens.”

    Apart from the independent code and business process reviews – which will take place in the first quarter of next year – Kaspersky is also committing to developing additional controls for its telemetry and data gathering practices.

    Three Kaspersky ‘transparency centres’ will be set up globally sfrom next year in Asia, Europe and the United States.

    These will allow trusted Kaspersky partners to review the company’s source code, its software updates, and threat detection rules.

    Kaspersky will also bump up its bug bounty rewards to US$100,000 (A$128,000) for the worst vulnerabilities found by researchers in its products before the end of this year.

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on August 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Telepresence Robot 2000 Leagues Under the Sea 

    Telepresence robots are now a reality, you can wheel around the office and talk to people, join a meeting, see stuff and bump into your colleagues. But imagine if telepresence were applied to deep sea exploration. Today we can become oceanographers through the telepresence system created by Bob Ballard (known for locating the Titanic, discovered deep sea geothermal vents, and more) and his team at the Inner Space Center. Put on your Submariner wristwatch because its time for all of us to explore the ocean depths via the comfort of our home or office.

    How Deep Sea Telepresence Works

    Bob Ballard and his team have created a deep sea telepresence exploration system. This system consists of the Exploration Vehicle (E/V) Nautilus operating as the

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