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Microsoft to fix Internet Explorer vulnerability along with other system exploits next week

Microsoft to fix Internet Explorer vulnerability along with other system exploits next week

Next week, Microsoft is set to patch a collection of security loopholes that have served as a major vulnerability within Internet Explorer. A few months ago, security firm FireEye, discovered that they could exploit machines by using a piece of code that was drilled up by hackers. A second security confirm, Websense, later confirmed the issue and now a patch is ready to be sent out this...

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Microsoft is inviting gamers to preview the next Xbox One update – you could be one of them

Microsoft is inviting gamers to preview the next Xbox One update – you could be one of them

Preparing for the epic Titanfall launch, Microsoft has set out to release two different updates to their Xbox One console before the March 11 date arrives. The first patch went out this month, and introduced a few new features; along with a bug, we are calling “the black screen of (temporary) death”. The next update that will be coming in the first few days of March is being handed out...

Michael Archambault 61
Ludicrous speed as T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 810 to get software update to enable LTE

Ludicrous speed as T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 810 to get software update to enable LTE

If you’re a Lumia 810 owner, T-Mobile just made your day as the carrier has revealed to Engadget that a simple software update will enable LTE 4G support on the device. That’s the good news. The bad news is there is no timeframe on when that will happen. It has been speculated for some time that the Lumia 810, T-Mobile’s custom variant of the Lumia 820, had the chipset on board to...

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Some details emerge about future Windows Phone 8 update program for enthusiast users

Some details emerge about future Windows Phone 8 update program for enthusiast users

Getting updates on Windows Phone 7 so far has been a mixed bag for consumers. On the one end, they’re basically simple, universal OS patches in the form of CAB files, allowing even early prototype phones to keep upgrading, years after release. On the other end, they’ve been just awful due to the lack of carrier support in actually rolling them out to end-users. The process is still much...

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WhatsApp removed from Windows Phone Marketplace due to security issue, update on the way [Updated]

WhatsApp removed from Windows Phone Marketplace due to security issue, update on the way [Updated]

Last week we reported WhatsApp had disappeared from view on the Windows Phone Marketplace (it was actually set to private), and were awaiting official clarification on the matter. Turns out, according to a report over at MonWindowsPhone, the app has a serious security flaw, which requires the team to pull the app and look into the problem. An update is well on its way. The app enables...

Rich Edmonds 9