Anderson Zaks launches new service for call centre (MOTO)

Anderson Zaks has launched a new service offering secure card not present payments (MOTO) for call centres. In a typical call centre environment, the usual scenario would be to take card payment information on a standard terminal, or a software application located on the IT infrastructure. This infrastructure then requires securing to PCI DSS standard.

Apple revokes Google’s Enterprise iOS Developer Certificate

Earlier, Apple revoked Facebook's iOS enterprise developer certificate for violating its Terms of Service, and Apple is now giving the same treatment to Google.  Apple has shut down Google's internal iOS apps for doing the exact same thing Facebook was doing—distributing enterprise apps outside of the company.

Data Breaches: 5 reasons for cyber insurance

Cyber risk remains a key concern for every boardroom and small to medium enterprise (SME) business owner. The current cyber landscape is chaotic including state-sponsored hackers, financially motivated cybercrime gangs and simple negligent data loss. Risk is everywhere and liabilities are high. Cyber threat remains one of the most significant and growing risks facing organisations today and too few are prepared.

iPhone Group FaceTime Bug Allows ‘Eavesdropping’

A severe bug in group FaceTime has been discovered, allowing anyone to call via Facetime and hear what the person on the other end of the call was doing without their knowledge. The bug could be exploited to listen via the microphone of the person you are calling and possibly see video from their device before the person even picks up.

France’s CNIL fines Google €50 million for breach of GDPR

France's National Commission for Information Technology and Civil Liberties (CNIL) has fined Google €50 million for a breach of GDPR. The CNIL’s restricted committee imposed the penalty for "lack of transparency, inadequate information and lack of valid consent regarding the ads personalisation.”.

German Court finds Apple iPhone doesn’t infringe Qualcomm patent

A German court has ruled that Apple didn't infringe on a Qualcomm hardware patent, declaring that the iPhone isn't violating any of Qualcomm's power management patents. The judge ruled the suit in question groundless, declaring that Apple's iPhone wasn't standing in violation in an initial verbal ruling. A full filing with rationale is expected in the future.

TCL unveils new range of headphones

TCL has unveiled a range of headphones, from in-ear to over-the-ear styles, across four distinctive lines for consumers who want to be different (SOCL), be themselves (MTRO), be healthy (ACTV), and be excellent (ELIT) while listening to music.

Ledger Unveils New Nano X Hardware Wallet at CES 2019

Ledger today unveiled the Ledger Nano X, a Bluetooth-enabled hardware wallet. As Ledger's new signature product, the Ledger Nano X improves on the Ledger Nano S, the world's most popular hardware wallet having sold over 1.5 million units, with enhanced state-of-the-art security and an improved user experience and design.

iPhone XR attracting Android Users in the U.S.

Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) released the results of its analysis of the first 30 days of iPhone XR sales in the U.S. In short, not only is the iPhone XR one of Apple's best-selling iPhones, but it's also one of the most appealing iOS-based phones for Android users.

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