Author: Richard

Data-in-Use encryption startup Vaultree raises $12.7M in early-stage funding
Data encryption startup Vaultree Ltd. today closed on a $12.7 million early-stage round of funding that brings its total amount raised to $16 million. The Series A round was led by Molten Ventures and Ten Eleven Ventures, and saw participation from SentinelOne, Elkstone Partners, CircleRock Capital, Cyber Club London and a number of prominent cybersecurity

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Anker Tries To Bullshit The Verge About Security Problems In Its Eufy ‘Smart’ Camera

Anker, the popular maker of device chargers and the Eufy smart camera line, proudly proclaims on its website that user data will be stored locally, “never leaves the safety of your home,” footage only gets transmitted with “end-to-end” military-grade encryption, and that the company will only send that footage “straight to your phone.” Yeah, about that. Security

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You’ll soon be able to chime a missing AirTag with your Mac
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Noah Centineo inserting his name into any Christmas song makes for a deeply silly sketch

A man stands wearing a top hat with festive baubles visible in the background.

Is the concept for the above Late Late Show sketch sort of thin? Well, yes.

Luckily, the presence of an adorable children’s choir and some impromptu dancing from Noah Centineo saves it.

The skit sees Centineo arriving with said choir in tow, informing James Corden that his name can be perfectly transposed into any Christmas song.

In fairness, the proof is in the singing.

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Browser Slow? How to Make Google Chrome Fast Again

Google Chrome is a very popular browser despite being infamously greedy with your computer’s resources. If you feel like Chrome is starting to get slow, there are a few things you can do to speed it up again. Keep Chrome Updated We’ll start with the simplest thing you can do: Make sure Chrome is up

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