iOS and iPadOS 13.4 arrive with iCloud Drive folder sharing, improved Mail app and trackpad support on iPad

What just happened? Apple’s recent track record of buggy software updates has been far from stellar, that’s likely why the company went with six developer betas before coming out with the latest public release of its operating systems. These include iOS/iPadOS 13.4, macOS Catalina 10.15.4, watchOS 6.2 and tvOS 13.4, Continue Reading

Apple updates MacBook Air with improved internals for $999, new iPad Pro with Magic Keyboard

What just happened? Apple has revealed refreshed versions of the MacBook Air and the Mac mini, both of which now come with more storage as standard. The iPad Pro has also received a full revamp, now powered by an updated A12Z Bionic SoC alongside a new Magic Keyboard accessory that Continue Reading

Samsung’s next-gen Galaxy Buds+ offer better sound and improved iOS compatibility for $150

Something to look forward to: Samsung’s annual Galaxy Unpacked event kicked off in San Francisco today, and it brought the usual array of exciting product announcements. There was the Galaxy Z Flip, the all-new S20 series of smartphones, and, the focus of this piece, the Galaxy Buds+ — the 2nd-generation Continue Reading

Microsoft wants you to know they’ve improved Windows 10 lately

In context: Windows 10 is turning five this year, and to celebrate the occasion, Microsoft has released a comprehensive list of all the user-recommended features they’ve added. It’s easy to take these little upgrades for granted, but Microsoft has truly made Windows 10 a lot more comfortable since launch. Here Continue Reading

A new and improved version of Bluetooth audio is on the way

Something to look forward to: With the 3.5mm jack all but gone from smartphones, Bluetooth has become the standard for listening to our headphones—though there’s plenty of room for improvement. At CES, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced that the technology will receive a new set of features Continue Reading

Discovering programs is easier than ever with the new and improved Program Directory- Tempemail

Today, we’re excited to announce an overhaul of the HackerOne Program Directory! Since its launch, Hackers have been using the Program Directory to find new hackable targets.  To make it even easier for hackers to find programs, we improved the listview and added more helpful program information, made it easier Continue Reading

Samsung could be working on 2nd-gen Galaxy Buds with improved battery life

Why it matters: Samsung broke into the AirPod-like wireless earbud game just a couple months ago with the launch of its ‘Galaxy Buds,’ but now, reports suggest a new version of the device is already on its way. This information comes from a recent set of Buds-related FCC documents filed Continue Reading

Companies Moving to HackerOne Challenge from Traditional Pen Testing See 115% ROI, Improved Customer Satisfaction, Better Security, Says New Forrester Report- Tempemail

“If you break it down as bounty payouts compared to the quality of vulnerabilities found and time saved, HackerOne is a much better ROI compared to traditional pen testers.” HackerOne customers of every stripe have told us for years that hacker-powered security not only saves them money, but that it Continue Reading

A new and improved Glitterbomb returns to catch package thieves

Recap: Remember the Glitter Bomb, the booby-trapped fake package that got revenge on thieves who stole deliveries from people’s porches? A year after the video became a viral hit, the designer of that ingenious invention is back with a new and updated version that’s stinkier and comes with sound effects. Continue Reading

Quake II RTX update adds new textures, improved rendering and more

In brief: Nvidia partnered with Bethesda earlier this year to launch a ray-traced version of Quake II. It wasn’t just a one-and-done, however, as the GPU maker on Tuesday rolled out an update for the remaster that further improves eye candy. Quake II RTX v1.2 adds more than 400 enhanced Continue Reading