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Slack and Microsoft Teams have some rather worrying security flaws

Slack and Microsoft Teams, arguably the two biggest communications and online collaboration (opens in new tab) platforms around today, allow for the inclusion of hundreds of third-party apps, and that’s a security nightmare, experts have said. Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison argue that third-party apps rarely have their code reviewed by programmers at Slack …

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A closer look at the DXOMARK Selfie protocol for front cameras

We’ve already introduced you to our new DXOMARK Selfie test protocol for smartphone front cameras. In this article, we want to dive a little deeper and explain in more detail how we test front cameras to give you a better understanding of our approach and methodology. We’ll start out with some general information about our testing …

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Windows 11 bug that caused havoc with Nvidia GPUs is fixed

Windows 11 22H2, which is the first big feature update for the OS, sadly introduced some problems for gamers, notably those with Nvidia graphics cards. As we explained in a previous report, some folks with Nvidia GPUs found that their games were not running nearly as smoothly, and there’s nothing worse than applying an update …

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Google suspiciously makes Pixel Watch bezels smaller in new video –

TL;DR Google posted a Pixel Watch video last week suggesting that the smartwatch could have thick bezels. The company seems to have edited the video now, showing much smaller bezels. Last week, Google shared a short video showcasing the design of the Pixel Watch from all angles. While many thought the smartwatch looked slick, several …

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PS5 dev kit includes a bunch of features missing from the final console

A YouTuber has given us our first up-close look at the PS5 dev kit, showing the development tool contains a bunch of hardware features that aren’t present in the console’s retail version. Dev kits are intended to be used by approved studios to assist their development of PS5 games. But YouTuber Macho Nacho Productions (opens …

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