French tech company Archos just released a new rugged phone – the Saphir 50X. That sentence does, however, require some clarification. When we say “released”, we really mean commissioned from Logos Instrument, since Archos doesn’t really manufacture most of its products. That’s not the odd bit here – curiously, the Saphir 50X is a new release, but it is actually a downgrade over last year’s Archos 50 Saphir. The two phones share the exact same rugged and rough body, measuring 146.6 x 76 x 13 mm. They have the same IP68 ingress certification rating and also share a 5-inch HD LCD,…
In late August of last year, Google announced some updates to its Android Wear policy which would affect the requirements for an app to obtain an “Enhanced for Android Wear” badge. Whereas previously, apps could qualify simply by implementing enhanced notifications, Google’s planned policy change for January 18th, 2018 imposed some stricter restrictions.
Google partially delays policy change for Android Wear apps scheduled for next week was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
After a public disclosure of a security flaw with nearly every Intel processor produced for the last 15 years, concern grew that a fix may take up to 30 percent of the processing power away from a system. But Apple appears to have at least partially fixed the problem with December’s macOS 10.13.2 — and more fixes appear to be coming in 10.13.3.
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A few days back it was revealed by a security researcher in a post on Medium that the LastPass Authenticator app for 2FA key generation wasn’t entirely secure. Access to the keys was ostensibly secured by a PIN/fingerprint, but a workaround was found that allows anyone with the ability to launch an activity on the device, including other installed applications, to access those codes. LastPass has fixed this problem in an update today.
LastPass’ 2FA Authenticator app found to be partially insecure, fix incoming was written by the awesome team at Android Police.