Monthly Archives: June 2018

115 posts

Intel CPU With 5GHz Turbo Boost Leaks In Retail Listings

Intel Core i7-8086K with speeds up to 5GHz appear at online retail listings Back in mid-April, there were floating rumors of Intel celebrating their 40th anniversary of its iconic 16-bit 8086 processor this year by releasing a brand new Core i7-8086K CPU. Now, three listings in Canada, Russia, and Italy have […]

How the Tech Industry Overcomes Its Stereotypes and Gets Things Done

Shows like “The IT Crowd” and “Silicon Valley” perfectly exemplify most people’s expectations of tech professionals: anxious, callous, hardworking and male. Unfortunately, unlike other stereotypes, this one seems to hold true. The tech industry is largely a boy’s club, with major tech companies placing females in tech jobs at rates […]

Insider Attack Resistance

Posted by Shawn Willden, Staff Software Engineer Our smart devices, such as mobile phones and tablets, contain a wealth of personal information that needs to be kept safe. Google is constantly trying to find new and better ways to protect that valuable information on Android devices. From partnering with external […]

Why Everyone Even Remotely In Tech Needs To Be Aware of OWASP And What It Means

Digital security, is all its forms, is a hot topic – and for good reason. For web application developers working to mitigate exploitation of critical vulnerabilities, it’s now a crucial factor that can make the difference between success and failure. But these are murky waters. And the landscape changes quickly. Crucially, […]

What is the Outlook for European Legislation on ICOs in 2018?

ICOs, or Initial Coin Offerings, have been fairly controversial since their inception, not least because of the major volatility of cryptocurrencies (like bitcoin) in general. They are essentially a method employed by startup ventures to get past the strongly regulated capital raising processes used by the likes of angel investors […]