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A message from beyond the grave: World's first ffin with WiFi

A message from beyond the grave: World's first ffin with WiFi Halloween is almost here and Kiwi fibre internet provider, MyRepublic, has created the world’s first internet ready coffin.The MyRepublic Coffin comes fully kitted with a PS4, HDTV, surround sound system and a MyRepublic high-speed router which enables a fast connection.

Lawsuit: Apple broke FaceTime in iOS 6 on purpose, blamed it on a “bug”

Lawsuit: Apple broke FaceTime in iOS 6 on purpose, blamed it on a “bug” The company came up with a peer-to-peer workaround for iOS 7, but one that wasn’t backward compatible with devices running iOS 6.I understand we did something in April around iOS 6 to reduce relay utilization,” an Apple engineering manager said.

Cisco Prime Home vulnerability could let attackers into your home network

Cisco Prime Home vulnerability could let attackers into your home network As we connect more and more devices to the internet, we create more and more potential security vulnerabilities.Here’s how to prevent your smart home from being hacked Basically, the vulnerability is in Cisco Prime Home’s web graphical user interface (GUI) and it could allow a remote, unauthorized attacker to access devices managed by the service with administrator privileges.

Enjoy full set of keys on the go with $31 Logitech K380 Bluetooth keyboard

Enjoy full set of keys on the go with $31 Logitech K380 Bluetooth keyboard Unfortunately, the convenience and portability of smartphones and tablets brings a trade-off when it comes to work tasks such as typing.So it’s a good thing that a wide variety of products, like the colorful Logitech K380 Bluetooth keyboard, have been introduced in recent years to bridge the gap between mobile devices and laptop computers.

Apple reportedly requesting to sell refurbished iPhones in India — again

Apple reportedly requesting to sell refurbished iPhones in India — again Now that Apple has secured a deal to manufacture iPhones in India for the local market only, the Cupertino company is reportedly revisiting its goal of selling refurbished iPhones in the country.” More: Apple will start manufacturing iPhones in India at the end of April But with the success of negotiating a deal to sell iPhones in India thanks to a local manufacturing plant, Apple may also be asking for permission to sell refurbished iPhones according to Bloomberg.

DOSS SoundBox wireless speaker offers big sound in small package (61% off)

DOSS SoundBox wireless speaker offers big sound in small package (61% off) 0 Portable Wireless speaker, which is currently marked down to only $35 on Amazon, providing a discount of 61 percent, or $55.The DOSS 12 Watt speaker delivers fully immersive sound with a dramatically deeper base via dual high-performance drivers (6Wx2).

Is Google Home giving you trouble? Solutions to the most common problems

Is Google Home giving you trouble? Solutions to the most common problems Designed to help you control the various smart devices and Google services in your life, Google Home functions similarly to the likes of Amazon Echo — except, you know, for Google stuff.Below, we’ve listed a series of typical Home problems, along with their various solutions.

Big day for Android 7.0: Nougat finally cracks 1 percent of Android devices

Big day for Android 7.0: Nougat finally cracks 1 percent of Android devices According to the Android Developer Dashboard, Nougat devices seem to have jumped 0.More: Get the most out of Android 7.

Some Pixel and Nexus owners can begin using Android Instant Apps now

Some Pixel and Nexus owners can begin using Android Instant Apps now Late last month, Google announced it was beginning a limited test for its new Android Instant Apps initiative, a platform that allows users to run software without installing it to their device.0 Nougat are receiving Instant Apps immediately — the company appears to be rolling out the feature slowly, without notifying users.

BlackBerry aims to help you visualize and share your ideas with new Notable app

BlackBerry aims to help you visualize and share your ideas with new Notable app What differentiates Notable somewhat is that it integrates tightly with Hub+ services, and can be launched via a swipe gesture or, on BlackBerry devices, the convenience key.If your team is using Hub+ for all its productivity needs, Notable might be the best visual note-taking app for the task.

Analysis of internet-connected devices reveals millions are vulnerable to attack

Analysis of internet-connected devices reveals millions are vulnerable to attack Why it matters to you While we're all familiar with the need to be more careful in securing our devices, a recent analysis shows just how widespread the threat of cyberattacks actually is.For anyone involved in information security and combating the incredible breadth and depth of malware that’s constantly aimed at stealing our most important information, it’s not enough to simply know whether a given machine is compromised.

Sony kills PlayStation Now streaming service on PS3, Vita, and Bravia TVs

Sony kills PlayStation Now streaming service on PS3, Vita, and Bravia TVs On Wednesday, Sony announced an update to its PlayStation Now game streaming service that will kill support across a wide range of devices, including Sony’s PlayStation 3, PS Vita, PlayStation TV, and Bravia TV models made from 2013 to 2015.The move will also affect  Sony stand-alone Blu-ray players and all Samsung TVs that previously supported PlayStation Now.

You can now control some Linksys Wi-Fi devices using new Amazon Alexa skills

You can now control some Linksys Wi-Fi devices using new Amazon Alexa skills Today’s crop of personal and home digital assistants, such as Microsoft Cortana, Google Assistant, and Amazon Alexa, are supporting more devices all the time.More: Amazon has introduced an Alexa skills marketplace To enable the Amazon Alexa support on Linksys devices, you need to make sure you have a Linksys Smart Wi-Fi account set up and configured for each device.

New Android virus poses as an Adobe Flash Player update

New Android virus poses as an Adobe Flash Player update If you use an Android device and happen upon an update for Adobe Flash player, you’d best not download it.A new strain of malware posing as an innocuous software upgrade is spreading like wildfire via social media and compromised websites.

BlackBerry hits rock bottom in phone market

BlackBerry hits rock bottom in phone market It’s been a long seven years for BlackBerry, which commanded around 20 percent of the smartphone space by the end of 2009.Because of the record high percentage, BlackBerry has been marginalized to a 0.

KasperskyOS aims to secure the billions of forgotten network devices

KasperskyOS aims to secure the billions of forgotten network devices Today, there are not only more internet-connected devices in sheer absolute numbers, but there are also more different kinds of devices than ever before.Russian security company Kaspersky is responding to the growing threat of unsecured devices with its KasperskyOS (KOS), a secure operating system that the company has been working on for 14 years.

Samsung’s Flow app to let you use your phone’s fingerprint sensor to log into Windows

Samsung’s Flow app to let you use your phone’s fingerprint sensor to log into Windows On February 21, Samsung announced that it would expand Flow to support any Windows 10 device.The new feature will allow Galaxy device owners to unlock Windows machines using their smartphone’s fingerprint sensor, or by entering a “pattern.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 is the first Android Things-enabled chip to support LTE

Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 is the first Android Things-enabled chip to support LTE More: Google’s Android Things is a new OS for the Internet of Things So why do IoT devices need LTE?“We are very pleased to add support for Android Things OS on Qualcomm Technologies’ Snapdragon 210 processor and bring these exciting new development options to our IoT customers,” said Jeffery Torrance, vice president of business development for Qualcomm Technologies.