The ISIS-affiliated Islamic Cyber Army has hit back in force against the „ISIS day of trolling“ declared by Anonymous members, releasing personal info on numerous U.S. and French military officials. Read more…
A British teenager has been charged with various offences relating to a series of cyber-attacks across four continents, as well as fake bomb threats made against US airlines on social media. Read more…
London’s Metropolitan Police says that a 15-year-old boy has been arrested in Northern Ireland on suspicion of Computer Misuse Act offences, related to last week’s attack on the TalkTalk website. Read more…
No matter who you are or what you do online, internet security should be of great concern. If some of the largest corporations in the world can get compromised, so can you. Protect yourself from the criminal elements that dwell…Read more ›
Toshiba today at CES 2015 announced the launch of the company’s first TransferJet file transfer dongle with support for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The new TJM35420LT dongle includes a Lightning adapter for iOS devices and allows for the transfer of files between compatible devices using Sony’s TransferJet close proximity wireless transfer technology.
The low-power TransferJet dongle works over very short distances (3 cm or less) and supports data transfer speed of up 375 Mbps, which is fast enough to send a 100 MB file in just three seconds.
Users only need to attach the 24 millimeter-square adapter to their iOS devices and open the TranferJet iOS app in order to initiate file transfers. Files can be transferred via the TransferJet dongle to another iOS device or other TransferJet-compatible devices such as CyberShot digital cameras, VAIO computers, and more.
Toshiba’s new TransferJet for iOS with Lightning adapter will be available this spring starting first in Japan and followed by Europe, the Americas, and Asia. A Toshiba spokesman tells Macworld the dongle is planned to retail for the equivalent of $33-$41.
Internet security is an everpresent topic, especially so because of recent events. For those who have been living an under a rock, this month Sony was the victim of a horrendous cyber attack that compromised private emails and forced them…Read more ›
Apple’s World AIDS week campaign has earned a big donation for Bono’s Product RED charity this month. The holiday project RED promotions that ran during two of the busiest shopping days of the year – Black Friday until Cyber Monday…Read more ›