Processocorio Virus and resolution

A Processocorio is a computer virus that “infects” Processors and causes a sequence of actions to be performed automatically when the application is started or something else triggers it. Processocorio tend to be surprising but relatively harmless. It creates some processes and then harms your computer hardware. It can even destroy …

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Microschemanet Virus and resolution

A microschemanet is a computer virus that “infects” a Microsoft Word or similar application and causes a sequence of actions to be performed automatically when the application is started or something else triggers it. Macro viruses tend to be surprising but relatively harmless. A typical effect is the undesired insertion of …

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YouTube Gaming announced by Google

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YouTube on Friday said it is creating an online arena devoted to video game play, jumping onto a hot “e-sports” trend and challenging Amazon-owned Twitch. YouTube Gaming will debut in Britain and the United States in the coming months, according to product manager Alan Joyce. “YouTube Gaming is built to …

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US Defence and Intelligence data now with Chinese Hackers

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  China-linked hackers appear to have gained access to sensitive background information submitted by U.S. intelligence and military personnel for security clearances that could potentially expose them to blackmail, the Associated Press reported on Friday. In a report citing several U.S. officials, the news agency said data on nearly all …

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3G Mobile Internet unavailable in North Korea

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Foreigners in North Korea no longer have access to the country’s 3G network, the country’s mobile phone provider said in a message sent to its subscribers in the country. North Koreans are unable to access outside uncensored Internet, except for on rare occasions, but foreign residents and visitors to the …

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Iran Officials Fearing spying on smartphones

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Iranian officials with access to classified information will be forbidden from using smartphones in connection with their work because of fears of espionage, a security official said Saturday. Such phones are not secure as “data entered on to them is backed up, cannot be removed and can be accessed,” Brigadier …

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Facebook Messenger Tops a Billion Downloads on Google Play

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Facebook crowed Tuesday that an Android version of its Messenger app has been downloaded more than a billion times from the Google Play store. “Happy to make it to the very exclusive Android 1 billion+ downloads club,” the head of the Messenger team David Marcus said in an online post. …

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Facebook Earns 51 Percent of Ad Revenue Overseas

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Overseas markets bring in more advertising revenue than the United States for Facebook Inc, amounting to 51 percent of global ad sales in the first quarter, with growth in Asia the fastest in the world at 57 percent, company executives told Reuters. While Facebook has reported regional growth in percentage …

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Google Maps Now Lets You Send Directions to iPhone From Desktop

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Google back in April rolled out a feature to Android users that allowed them to send directions of any location to their smartphone, right from the desktop. The company has now introduced the feature to its iOS app. The updated Google Maps for iOS version 4.7.0 is now available to …

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Snowden Revelations Costly for US Tech Firms

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US technology companies are getting hit harder than anticipated by revelations about surveillance programs led by the National Security Agency, a study showed Tuesday. The study by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a Washington think tank, said the impact would be greater than its estimate nearly two years ago …

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