Samer Hmouda

Samer Hmouda

I was Borne and raised in Kuwait, I take my degree in low from Lebanese university in 1994.

Technology is my passion so I read and teach myself a lot of things related to networking and technology. Internet was one of the most help tools in my learning. I watch many videos and learn from many articles which I read on the web, so now I will try to help others same as I got help from others without waiting for any thanks.

Samer H.

Monday, 26 February 2018 08:47

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ hands-on

For every smartphone market watcher out there, it's clear as day that Samsung is doing a rather awesome job with its Android smartphones.

For every smartphone market watcher out there, it's clear as day that Samsung is doing a rather awesome job with its Android smartphones.

Enterprises invest a lot of time, effort and money in keeping their systems secure. The most security-conscious might have a security operations center.

Microsoft’s upcoming Redstone 4 build of Windows 10 (aka Windows 10 Spring Creators Update) is still adding features, including several new capabilities of interest to enthusiasts — and a few puzzling changes unique to Windows 10 S. Let’s take a look at what’s in the pipeline.

Intel has released new microcode to address the stability and reboot issues on systems after installing its initial mitigations for Variant 2 of the Meltdown and Spectre attacks.

Someone has published the purported source code for the iOS bootloader, iBoot, potentially opening the door for hackers and jailbreakers to find vulnerabilities in Apple's mobile OS.

Cisco's Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) flaw with a CVSS score of 10 is now being exploited by attacks.

Microsoft has added Windows 10 Pro support for palm-vein authentication, as part of its Windows Hello facial and fingerprint-recognition system.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 which caught fire last year and forced a recall is being re-launched as the Galaxy Note Fan Edition (FE) using parts from unused handsets, the South Korean giant said on Sunday.

Faulty batteries from suppliers were to blame for the Galaxy Note 7 catching fire and exploding, Samsung Electronics has announced after its near four-month-long internal investigations into the matter.

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