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Smartphone gegen Kompakte | Welche Kamera macht die besseren Fotos?

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Smartphone gegen Kompakte | Welche Kamera macht die besseren Fotos?

- Dieses Jahr wurden weltweit schon geschätzte 1,3 Billionen Fotos geschossen – davon 85 Prozent mit Smartphone-Kameras. Gerade jetzt zur Reisezeit fragen sich viele, ob sie für den Urlaub überhaupt eine Digitalkamera brauchen oder ob das Smartphone für die Ferienfotos reicht. BILD hat dazu ein iPhone 6 mit einer Sony-Kompaktkamera verglichen. Lesen Sie unsere Ergebnisse und sehen Sie die Unterschiede in

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Want to do business in Russia? Be ready to hand over your source code

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Want to do business in Russia? Be ready to hand over your source code

- Western tech companies such as IBM and SAP have complied with reviews, which concern some U.S. officials Related Stories Western technology companies, including Cisco, IBM and SAP, are acceding to demands by Moscow for access to closely guarded product security secrets, at a time when Russia has been accused of a growing number of cyberattacks on the West, a Reuters investigation has found

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UK parliament hit by 'sustained and determined' cyber attack

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UK parliament hit by 'sustained and determined' cyber attack

- “The Houses of Parliament have discovered unauthorised attempts to access parliamentary user accounts,” a parliamentary spokesperson told The Independent. “We are continuing to investigate this incident and take further measures to secure the computer network, liaising with the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). “We have systems in place to protect member and staff accounts and are taking the necessary steps to protect our systems

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UK lawmakers hit by cyber security attack: Media reports

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UK lawmakers hit by cyber security attack: Media reports

- LONDON (Reuters) - The British parliament has been hit by a cyber attack that is preventing lawmakers from accessing their emails when not in Westminster, politicians and media reports said on Saturday (June 24). The Telegraph newspaper said lawmakers were alerted to the hack on Friday (June 23) and were unable to access their email accounts on Saturday. Chris Rennard, a member of the Liberal Democrat party in the upper House of Lords, said on Twitter: "Cyber security attack on Westminster, Parliamentary emails may not work remotely, Text urgent messages

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U.S. tech firms bow to Russian demands over cyber secrets

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U.S. tech firms bow to Russian demands over cyber secrets

- Western technology companies, including Cisco, IBM and SAP , are acceding to demands by Moscow for access to closely guarded product security secrets, at a time when Russia has been accused of a growing number of cyberattacks on the West, a Reuters investigation has found. Russian authorities are asking Western tech companies to allow them to review source code for security products such as firewalls, anti-virus applications and software containing encryption before permitting the products to be imported and sold in the country

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Parliament 'hit by cyber-attack'

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Parliament 'hit by cyber-attack'

- UK Parliament has been hit by cyber-attack, says Liberal Democrat peer Lord Rennard. This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. Please refresh the page for the fullest version. If you want to receive Breaking News alerts via email, or on a smartphone or tablet via the BBC News App then details on how to do so are available on this help page

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Cyber attackers hit Westminster forcing security chiefs to shut down access to MP’s emails

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Cyber attackers hit Westminster forcing security chiefs to shut down access to MP’s emails

- A CYBER attack has been launched on Westminster forcing security chiefs to shut down email systems. Officials confirmed hackers had targeted Parliament and they are now working with the National Cyber Security Centre. A Parliamentary Spokesman told the Sun Online: “The Houses of Parliament have discovered unauthorised attempts to access parliamentary user accounts. “We are continuing to investigate this incident and take further measures to secure the computer network, liaising with the National Cyber Security Centre

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Google Home and Assistant can speak Canadian French now

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Google Home and Assistant can speak Canadian French now

- The first of several new languages for Google's Assistant AI is here, as users have noticed Canadian French as a language option. I was able to switch it on for my Google Home by looking for Assistant Language under device settings in its control app, while The Android Soul reports they could turn it on simply by saying "Ok Google, speak to me in French Canadian," however I could not get that to work

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EyeEm is using computer vision to unearth the best photos on your phone’s camera roll

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EyeEm is using computer vision to unearth the best photos on your phone’s camera roll

- Online photography platform and community EyeEm has unveiled a new feature designed to automatically unearth the best photos on your smartphone. With “EyeEm Selects,” mobile photographers who have EyeEm installed can elect to have the app scan their camera roll which then uses computer vision to suggest the best photos to upload to the EyeEm community. Founded out of Germany in 2011, EyeEm, in its purest form, is a 20-million strong community of photography enthusiasts who use the platform to upload photos, share tips, and discuss all-things photography

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More than 800,000 Virgin Media customers told to change wifi passwords due to hacking risk

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More than 800,000 Virgin Media customers told to change wifi passwords due to hacking risk

- than 800,000 Virgin Media customers are being told to change their password immediately after an investigation found that hackers were able to gain access to it. The investigation, by consumer group Which?, revealed that a team of ethical security hackers were able to infiltrate the Virgin Media Super Hub 2 router in just four days. While Virgin Media said the risk to customers with the specific router was “small”, it advised them to change both their network and router passwords if they were still set as the default shown on the attached sticker

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Dutch bike lock disables smartphones while on the move

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Dutch bike lock disables smartphones while on the move

- Plenty of time and effort has been dedicated to reducing the number of car accidents caused by smartphones, but drivers aren't the only road users susceptible to distraction. To keep cyclists focused on the road, Dutch telecom company KPM has teamed up with the Dutch Traffic Safety Association to develop a smart bike lock that disables the rider's phone while on the move

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U.S. ousted by China and Switzerland in supercomputer rankings

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U.S. ousted by China and Switzerland in supercomputer rankings

- The U.S. may need a more powerful supercomputer. Two Chinese supercomputers and an upgraded supercomputer in Switzerland rank ahead of the U.S. in a biannual list of top supercomputers released Monday by the TOP500 organization, which tracks supercomputer speeds. It is only the second time that the U.S. absent from the top 3 most powerful supercomputers since the organization started compiling the rankings 24 years ago

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Trump-Russia probe: Ex-Obama homeland security chief to face intelligence panel

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Trump-Russia probe: Ex-Obama homeland security chief to face intelligence panel

- Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says the Russian government at President Vladimir Putin’s direction clearly conducted cyberattacks on the United States to influence the presidential election, but the assault did not change ballots, the final count or the reporting of election results. In prepared testimony, Johnson described the steps he took once he learned of the hacking of the Democratic National Committee, his fears about a cyberattack on the election itself and his rationale for designating U

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London startup Blockchain raises US$40 million in fresh funding

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London startup Blockchain raises US$40 million in fresh funding

- SAN FRANCISCO: London-based startup Blockchain has raised US$40 million (31.5 million pounds) in a fresh round of funding as the software company rides a wave of enthusiasm for digital currency technology. The financing round, the largest for a financial technology company since Britain's vote last year to leave the European Union, was led by the venture capital arm of Alphabet Inc and Lakestar, Blockchain said on Thursday

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Congress hears sinister tale of Russia election meddling

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Congress hears sinister tale of Russia election meddling

- A homeland security official says election related computer systems in 21 states were the target of attempted hacking by people connected to the Russian government. Veuer's Nick Cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story. WASHINGTON — A sinister portrait of Russia’s cyberattacks on the U.S. emerged Wednesday as current and former U.S. officials told Congress that Moscow stockpiled stolen information and selectively disseminated it during the 2016 presidential campaign to undermine the American political process

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Russian hackers targeted 21 states in election

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Russian hackers targeted 21 states in election

- Opening a Congressional session, the vice chair of the Select Committee on Intelligence, Mike Warner, described the hacking as marking a watershed in political history. "At a minimal cost, Russia sowed chaos in our political system and undermined faith in our democratic process," he told attendees. Testifying before the Congressional committee, an official from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) confirmed the number of states targeted by hackers seeking to affect the electoral results

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  • Microsoft подтвердила утечку исходных кодов Windows 10
    Microsoft подтвердила утечку исходных кодов Windows 10

    , vedomosti.ru

    Часть исходного кода Windows 10 была опубликована на сайте BetaArchive на этой неделе. BetaArchive — сайт энтузиастов, который отслеживает выпуск обновлений для операционной системы Речь идет о файлах совокупным объемом 1,2 ГБ, пишет The Verge. Файлы содержали данные, относящиеся к драйверам USB, хранилищам, пишет издание и называет утечку «незначительной». Представитель подтвердил, что опубликованные файлы на самом деле являются частью исходного кода Windows 10

     

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  • Russian hackers targeted 21 states in election
    Russian hackers targeted 21 states in election

    , sky.com

    Opening a Congressional session, the vice chair of the Select Committee on Intelligence, Mike Warner, described the hacking as marking a watershed in political history. "At a minimal cost, Russia sowed chaos in our political system and undermined faith in our democratic process," he told attendees. Testifying before the Congressional committee, an official from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) confirmed the number of states targeted by hackers seeking to affect the electoral results

     

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  • Microsoft подтвердила утечку исходных кодов Windows 10
    Microsoft подтвердила утечку исходных кодов Windows 10

    , vedomosti.ru

    Часть исходного кода Windows 10 была опубликована на сайте BetaArchive на этой неделе. BetaArchive — сайт энтузиастов, который отслеживает выпуск обновлений для операционной системы Речь идет о файлах совокупным объемом 1,2 ГБ, пишет The Verge. Файлы содержали данные, относящиеся к драйверам USB, хранилищам, пишет издание и называет утечку «незначительной». Представитель подтвердил, что опубликованные файлы на самом деле являются частью исходного кода Windows 10

     

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