Millions of Android tablets at risk of hacking because they run on Kit Kat

Tens of millions of Android tablets have gone years without a security update and could be at risk of hacking. In some instances, both Google (author of the Android OS) and the tablet vendor have pulled support for the devices.

The latest data on operating system share, released by analytics firm Net Marketshare, shows 13% of tablets (that’s one in every eight) still run Android 4.4, which is nearly seven years old. 

The last time this version of Android received a security patch was in October 2017 when a fix was issued for four vulnerabilities, two of which were deemed

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How to watch UFC 248: live stream Adesanya vs Romero online from anywhere now

It’s a big day for fight fans, as UFC 248 is set to take place in Vegas and features a fascinating card headlined by a middleweight championship bout between undefeated Israel Adesanya – the current title holder – and challenger Yoel Romero. Here’s how to live stream UFC 248 and watch Adesanya vs Romero online from anywhere in the world.

UFC 248 cheat sheet

UFC 248 is going down now at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The main card MMA action kicks-off at 10pm ET / 7pm PT, which is 3am GMT in the UK early Sunday morning.

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How the Apple Car will drive IT change

Apple knows where cars are going.

A huge trove of patents, executive statements, leaks, sightings and informed predictions all point to a breathtaking future for the Apple automobile.

The problem is that large organizations aren’t thinking in the same way.

It’s time to shed our delusions, misconceptions and blind spots about the Apple car. Starting with the big one.

The Apple Car is not a car

We live our lives in four spaces:

  1. Home
  2. Work
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