The changing lens of mobile phone cameras
There is no question that mobile phones have forever changed how we capture memories with their pervasiveness and built-in ability to snap digital photos. Take a closer look at how factors such as its resolution, the camera sensor, resolution, the aperture and ISO settings make a difference to the final result.
Battery safety and the Huawei smartphone
The modern smartphone has grown literally overnight from curious novelty to a ubiquitous sight and must-have gadget in most parts of the world. Unfortunately, battery technology has lagged our mobile-centric lifestyle not just in power capacity, but also in safety.
How Huawei engineered its smartphones to stay fast
A perennial problem of smartphones is their tendency to slow down over time. This problem was noticed by engineers working at smartphone maker Huawei, who studied the problem and engineered a solution to help keep smartphones running smoothly even after extended use.
Not all DDoS attacks are the same
You have heard all about DDoS, or distributed denial-of-service attacks. While a frequently-used term, it is hardly a singular form of attack as suggested by its name. Also, smaller organizations should know that they are not always defenseless against them.
Understanding the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability
How exactly does KRACK work, and how can IT managers and network administrators guard against it? Will Enterprise Wi-fi networks secured using 802.1X and good Wi-Fi practices offer protection to organizations? We take a closer look.
How Cloudbric brings enterprise-level to your website
Even a small company can enjoy enterprise-level security without an enterprise price tag with a cloud-based service such as CloudBric, says Niyikiza Aimable, a technical consultant from Penta Security. We speak to him about what makes CloudBric stands out.