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Dell Latitude 5285 2-in-1 Laptop/Tablet

Dell Latitude 5285 2-in-1 Laptop/TabletAlong with Latitude 7285 2-in-1, Dell introduced a new secure and manageable 2-in-1 device, the Latitude 5285 2-in-1 at CES 2017. The Dell Latitude 5285 2-in-1 comes with a sleek and power-packed design which not only provides the performance of a laptop, but also the flexibility of a tablet. Designed to target business professionals, the Dell Latitude 5285 2-in-1 device comes with optional multi-factor authentication, including fingerprint and smart card readers, contacted FIPS 201 Smart Card Reader, contactless smart card reader/NFC with Control Vault 2 FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification. Dell has ensured that the organizational data is well secured in the device by inclusion of Data Security Solutions including Dell Data Protection and Endpoint Security Suite Enterprise encompassing encryption and advanced threat prevention to protect their data and prevent modern threats like ransomware. Continue reading Dell Latitude 5285 2-in-1 Laptop/Tablet

Japan to Introduce “Fingerprint” Payment System for Tourists

Japan to Introduce “Fingerprint”Payment System for Tourists

The availability of credit/debit cards have certainly made sure that people can avoid the use of cash while shopping or travelling overseas. However, the use of card systems might prove costly in overseas as the exchange rate might go high with the inclusion of taxes and also, keeping too much cash in hand might be a risk. Well, the Japanese government is planning to implement a more secure solution for payment system i.e. introduction of “Fingerprint System” as a mode of payment. According to recent reports, the Japanese government is testing a system that will allow people to make purchases with the help of fingerprints. Continue reading Japan to Introduce “Fingerprint” Payment System for Tourists

What’s Best: Security Apps For Windows Phone

What's Best: Security Apps For Windows PhoneThough Windows Phone doesn’t have that market reach on comparison to the two popular mobile OS i.e Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS, the Windows Phone based smartphones still stand at third position and it is steadily growing especially in emerging markets. There has been increase in demand for Windows Phone in past couple of years and the result has given rise to the concern of security in Windows Phone. Since, large number of apps are now connected via Internet, it is neccesary to treat our sensitive information and credentials in our smartphones. Continue reading What’s Best: Security Apps For Windows Phone

Nokia Asha 501 Software Update Brings New Camera Modes, App Restrictions, Power Saver And More

Nokia Asha 501 Software Update Brings New Camera Modes, App Restrictions, Power Saver And MoreIt was last year when Nokia Asha 501 received the first software update updating the OS to version 11.1.1 and brought the most desired instant messaging app, WhatsApp to the handset and many new features. Well, the Asha 501 software update has arrived once again, updating the Asha OS to v14.0.4. The latest Nokia Asha 501 software update not only brings new features to the handset, but also enables the restricted features such as customize wallpaper for home screen. Continue reading Nokia Asha 501 Software Update Brings New Camera Modes, App Restrictions, Power Saver And More

Xbox Live Security Flaw Found By A Five-Year Old Boy

Xbox Live Security Flaw Found By A Five-Year Old BoyHave you ever tried to hack an account or expose a security flaw on any gadget or apps? It seems that a five-old boy has recently exposed a security flaw on Microsoft’s Xbox Live account by gaining access to the account without entering the right password.  Isn’t it surprising? Well, Kristoffer Von Hassel,  a five-year old boy from San Diego was able to gain the access to the Xbox Live account after booting the Xbox One and entering incorrect password on his father’s account. Continue reading Xbox Live Security Flaw Found By A Five-Year Old Boy

Volvo Announces A New Pilot Project To Make Winter Driving Safer

Volvo Announces A New Pilot Project To Make Winter Driving SaferVolvo today announced a new pilot project after joining hands with the Swedish Transportation Administration and the Norwegian public Roads Administration, that will share road friction information from individual cars through a cloud-based system, in order to make winter driving safer. The data fetched from road frictions will determine the slippery patches on the road  which will be used to warn the vehicles nearby, and thus making winter driving more efficient.  Continue reading Volvo Announces A New Pilot Project To Make Winter Driving Safer