Category: Computering

Rendering the WordPress philosophy in GraphQL

WordPress is a CMS that’s coded in PHP. But, even though PHP is the foundation, WordPress also holds a philosophy where user needs are prioritized over developer convenience. That philosophy establishes an implicit contract between the developers building WordPress themes and plugins, and the user managing a WordPress site. GraphQL is an interface that retrieves […]

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Rendering the WordPress philosophy in GraphQL

WordPress is a CMS that’s coded in PHP. But, even though PHP is the foundation, WordPress also holds a philosophy where user needs are prioritized over developer convenience. That philosophy establishes an implicit contract between the developers building WordPress themes and plugins, and the user managing a WordPress site. GraphQL is an interface that retrieves […]

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Hackers abusing this perfectly innocent Windows 10 feature to infect machines

The Windows Finger command that is used to display information about users on a remote machine is being abused by cyberattackers to infect Windows 10 devices with malware. It has been discovered that the command can be misused to download the MineBridge malware on an unsuspecting victim’s device. Bleeping Computer reports that security researcher Kirk […]

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WoW Classic: The Burning Crusade release date, beta, and everything we know

WoW Classic: The Burning Crusade is now front and center on everyone’s mind after the release of phase six content patch in December 2020, including the Vanilla release’s final raid, Naxrammas. With everyone speculating on a World of Warcraft Classic: The Burning Crusade announcement and potential release date at BlizzCon 2021 (or BlizzConline, as the […]

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Dell’s latest Chromebook is all about democratizing internet access

While the coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt life for many employees, it shouldn’t be forgotten how much of an impact the virus has had on school-age children.  With this in mind, Dell has released a new Chromebook with an LTE-enabled option specifically designed to work as a school laptop. In order to address the needs […]

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This notorious cybercriminal marketplace is closing its doors

The internet’s largest marketplace for stolen credit card information has announced that it will soon be shutting down. Joker’s Stash, which has gained notoriety as the place where the spoils of identity theft attacks are put up for sale, will close on February 15. The marketplace’s administrator announced the closure on a number of cybercrime […]

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This notorious cybercriminal marketplace is closing its doors

The internet’s largest marketplace for stolen credit card information has announced that it will soon be shutting down. Joker’s Stash, which has gained notoriety as the place where the spoils of identity theft attacks are put up for sale, will close on February 15. The marketplace’s administrator announced the closure on a number of cybercrime […]

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Raspberry Pi 4 is now being used to run entire smart housing developments

Using Raspberry Pi-powered kit to run IoT applications such as smart homes is set for a major boost thanks to a new set of hardware tools. The ClusBerry 9500-CM4 is an upcoming cluster board that can stack up to eight Raspberry Pi Compute Modules 4 (CM4).  While there are several options that’ll help hook up […]

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How AI can create limitless boundaries for location intelligence

It is no secret that the growth of IoT is fueling a data explosion, with the International Data Corporation forecasting that by 2025 there will be over 41 billion connected IoT devices generating just under 80 zettabytes of data. This unprecedented influx of data, coupled with developments in AI to extract insights from it, will […]

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Yet another exchange is abandoning this massive cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency exchange Kraken has become the latest in a series of high-profile platforms to delist XRP, one of the world’s largest digital currencies. The decision was prompted by a lawsuit filed in December by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), against XRP custodian Ripple, it’s CEO Brad Garlinghouse and President Chris Larsen. The lawsuit […]

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