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Samsung Attacks Apple’s Keynote With “It Doesn’t Take A Genius” Ads

mac-01 Samsung has released a series of videos lampooning this week’s Apple announcement, a move that is at once familiar and not unexpected. There are six of them in total, including one on screen size, in a series called “It Doesn’t Take A Genius.” Collect them all. After years of cringey, tone-deaf commercials, the company has finally grown a few claws and even made fun… Read More

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Samsung Attacks Apple’s Keynote With “It Doesn’t Take A Genius” Ads

mac-01 Samsung has released a series of videos lampooning this week’s Apple announcement, a move that is at once familiar and not unexpected. There are six of them in total, including one on screen size, in a series called “It Doesn’t Take A Genius.” Collect them all. After years of cringey, tone-deaf commercials, the company has finally grown a few claws and even made fun… Read More

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Samsung Attacks Apple’s Keynote With “It Doesn’t Take A Genius” Ads

mac-01 Samsung has released a series of videos lampooning this week’s Apple announcement, a move that is at once familiar and not unexpected. There are six of them in total, including one on screen size, in a series called “It Doesn’t Take A Genius.” Collect them all. After years of cringey, tone-deaf commercials, the company has finally grown a few claws and even made fun… Read More

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Samsung Attacks Apple’s Keynote With “It Doesn’t Take A Genius” Ads

mac-01 Samsung has released a series of videos lampooning this week’s Apple announcement, a move that is at once familiar and not unexpected. There are six of them in total, including one on screen size, in a series called “It Doesn’t Take A Genius.” Collect them all. After years of cringey, tone-deaf commercials, the company has finally grown a few claws and even made fun… Read More

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Super Robot Wars UX: Mazinkaiser SKL – Wingler All Attacks

Taken from NicoVideo Is the turn now from the attacks from Wingler piloted by Tsubasa Yuuki and a little help from the Aira Army’s Psycho Gears From Super Ro…

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Android app learns from your phone to fend off malicious attacks

The last time we heard from Itzhak ‘zuk’ Avraham, he was at Defcon 2011 showing off an Android app that let even inexperienced users poke around networks for weak links and vulnerable computers. Now his company, Zimperium, is rolling out a new mobile …

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Google’s Project Shield helps small websites stand up to DDoS attacks

Yes, it shares the same codename as NVIDIA’s portable Android console, but Google’s Project Shield has nothing to do with gaming — it’s all about helping the little guy. Created in response to a Google Ideas request — a think tank that provides tech solutions for social issues — made by Middle …

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Microsoft’s latest ‘Scroogled’ ad attacks Android with privacy fears

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Microsoft’s anti-Google campaign is getting a fresh revival this week with a new focus on Google’s Android app store. After directly attacking Gmail and Google Shopping, Microsoft is now attempting to spread fear over Google’s policy of supplying the name, email address, and neighborhood of users who purchase apps on Google Play. In two fresh videos posted to the Scroogled site, Microsoft attempts to convince users to switch to Bing and Windows Phone over Android.

“If you can’t trust their app store, maybe you can’t trust them for anything,” says a narrator in one particular video, suggesting users try Bing. Another focuses on trying to push Windows Phones. The campaign centers on Google’s policy of providing basic information to…

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Obama will reportedly introduce cybersecurity executive order in wake of recent attacks

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Bloomberg is reporting that the White House plans to introduce an executive order on cybersecurity sometime after next week’s State of the Union address. The order, which has been in the works for months at this point, would arrive after several high-profile attacks have highlighted the threat posed by online attacks. Just last week, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times revealed they’d been the victims of attacks — thought to have originated in China — while Twitter announced it could have had as many as 250,000 user accounts compromised.

According to the report, the order will set up a set of voluntary cybersecurity standards that companies operating important US infrastructure will be able to participate in. Federal…

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Microsoft patches critical Office vulnerability amid ‘limited, targeted’ attacks

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Microsoft is releasing a security update to patch a critical vulnerability in the ActiveX controls included in all 32-bit versions of Office, among other products. If exploited with a malicious document or webpage, the vulnerability can allow attackers to execute remote code on their targets’ systems, and according to Microsoft, “limited, targeted attacks” using malicious RTF email attachments have been spotted in the wild.

The security update, MS12-027, patches the vulnerability by disabling the ActiveX control in question and swapping it with a new one. It comes at the same time as five other updates, three of which are labeled critical (they could be used to propagate a worm), but due to the documented attacks, MS12-027 is the…

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