With April 2018 data cited from Second Measure, a financial analytical firm that analyzes anonymized credit and debit card transactions, Tesla refunded almost 23 percent of the Model 3’s $ 1,000 pre-orders.
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RottenSys, the name of a strain of malware, is being used in a Chinese malware operation that was building a huge botnet of almost 5 million Android devices. This Android malware in its current form is being utilized by the crooks to display ads on infected devices quite aggressively. However, it seems that the cybercriminals behind this strain of malware are deploying a new module written in Lua to gather all the infected Android devices to form a massive botnet based on the pieces of evidence found by a security firm called Check Point.
“This botnet will have extensive capabilities including silently installing additional apps and UI automation,” stated by the researc… Android News – One Click Root
For the patient few, you will be happy to hear that the release of We Happy Few for Mac is almost upon us.
This is good news indeed, as we have suffered a long wait to play this intriguing title. Developer Compulsion Games originally released the game in Beta form for Windows machines in 2016, but the full version has been held back from release in an effort to perfect the game mechanics.
Microsoft is still trying to make a go of its Windows Store and its universal Windows 10 apps – those apps that adapt well to different device form factors and which are the only apps you can use on Windows 10 S. New tweaks made to iTunes for Windows suggest a Windows Store version of the mammoth media player is almost here.
Italian site Aggiornamenti Lumia spotted a new ItunesUWP file hidden in the code of the latest version of iTunes for Windows, with UWP standing for Universal Windows Platform – the platform that these specialized Windows 10 apps are built on top of.
Acer has been busy over at the BETT show in London, revealing a pair of new Chromebooks aimed at students – with one targeting families in general, too – alongside a fresh Chromebox.
Acer’s Chromebook 11 C732 is aimed at the education market and thus made to take some knocks in the classroom. It’s IP41 certified and drop-tested to 1.22m, with a spill-resistant keyboard designed to survive the ravages of a knocked-over drink.
This notebook is also compliant with MIL-STD 810G testing and benefits from a reinforced case and hinge to make it a tougher customer all round. Speaking of the hinge, this opens to 180-degrees, allowing the portable to be laid … TechRadar – Mobile computing news
The new iMac Pro comes out tomorrow starting at a wallet-damaging price of $ 4,999 (£4,999 or about AU$ 6,679), and perhaps the way some people will afford one is by trading in their old Mac – particularly considering that Apple has just upped the maximum trade-in value to $ 2,500 in the US.
Apple’s trade-in scheme is run in conjunction with partner firm Phobio over in the States, and the previous maximum payment was $ 1,500, but has now been increased to the aforementioned $ 2,500. A hefty boost indeed, and the trade-in scheme applies to select Mac computers from 2009 onwards.
Robust defence of law firms’ email systems is critical to the £26bn industry in the face of increased impersonation attacks aimed at stealing money and data, claims security firm OnDmarc… ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News
We’ve all had a good long look at Android Oreo. A few have been using it for the life of the beta and are running it on their phone right now, but most of us are waiting and will continue to wait for a while. One universal truth is that when Oreo comes to phones that sold well and we see millions of people getting it, we’ll… Android Central – Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Samsung reportedly bought up almost all available Snapdragon 845 chips A rumor by the fairly reliable @ice suggests we may have a repeat of the first half of the year when Samsung hoarded all available supply of Qualcomm’s top chipset, leaving other makers to search for alternatives (like the 821) or delaying their H1 … Read more on GSM Arena
Zappos is basically a one-stop shoe destination already, but right now, they’re having an actual sale, something they haven’t done in years. It’s ending on Saturday, so you’d better hurry and grab discounted shoes from Cole Haan, Brooks, Nike, Stuart Weitzman, Frye, and more for men and women. And, if you’re part of…