It has been three years since the release of Windows 8, these years were rough for Microsoft and many other users; the adoption rate hasn’t been great, there has been floods of complains from many users from the absence of the start menu to the presence of tiles and tile apps. Now it’s time for the new release of Windows and it’s finally here (at least its technical preview).
On the 30th of September 2014 Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella has announced the release of the technical preview of Microsoft’s flagship Windows 10, only few reporters were invited to the event and the event targeted Microsoft’s core customers which are the enterprise users. Windows 10 is the successor of Windows 8 which was introduced three years ago.
POODLE stands for Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption. This vulnerability allows an attacker to employ man-in-the-middle attacks using a padding oracle side-channel attack to decrypt cipher text. POODLE only affects Secure Socket Layer (SSL) version 3 specifically. Those using Transport Layer Security (TLS), are not affected.
Android phones, including Samsung Galaxy S5, originally ship un-rooted. Even though you can do a lot of things with an un-rooted device, there are features, applications and scenarios where a rooted phone is required. You can’t delete a pre-installed application on your phone if you do not have access to its root directory. You cannot change application permissions if you do not have root access to your phone.
As both tech giants are on the way to prove their superiority over the other, we will look into their flagship models and compare them side by side and decide which device win when it comes to spec wars.
Before touch-screen phones were introduced, people were used to have their phones with them for a few days before plugging it for charging. A heavy phone user can get at least three days before the battery fully drains. With the introduction of touch-screen phones, charging frequencies have since been in multitudes.