In a recent twist, scam artists are using the phone to try to break into your computer. They call, claiming to be computer techs associated with well-known companies like Microsoft. They say that they’ve detected viruses or other malware on your computer to trick you into giving them remote access or paying
Antivirus companies have expressed concern about the end of support for Windows XP by Microsoft. Almost all ATMs in the world running this OS and, after the withdrawal of support will be highly vulnerable to hacker attacks. Experts Symantec, for example, have identified a new hack ATMs with a simple text message.
According to a report in the Business Week still running 95 percent of the approximately three million ATMs worldwide with Windows XP. Updating the device is slow, although Microsoft has repeatedly a threatened end of support for Windows XP and has shifted again. In early April 2014, now finally “end of life” and that means
AT&T have made a fabulous announcement recently. It looks like a nice offer. AT&T offering $100 off any tablet purchased with a 2 year data plan. We can purchase it either online or in one of AT&T stores.
Apple iPads, iPhones, Nokia Lumia 920 etc are available in this plan… Smart deal for those who
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HSBC is selling its stakes in two non-core assets in India for $425 million as it continues to slim down its business and built reserves to cope with tougher regulations coming into force following the coming financial crisis.
The British bank said that it had sold 4.7%stakes in Indian Lenders Axis Bank and Yes Bank