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Microsoft recently published a security blog that warned about a sophisticated new ransomware variant. Not, as you might expect, ransomware that impacts users of the Windows operating system, though. Nope, instead, this was a warning for Android users.

The discovery of a context-aware machine learning code module in the MalLocker.B certainly deserves the sophisticated tag. However, that module has yet to be activated, and more of that in a moment. What has grabbed the attention of Android users who have read the various reports online, it would seem, is the fact that MalLocker.B can effectively brick phones only with a press of the home button when answering a call. But how true is that, and how worried should Android smartphone users actually be?

First things first, this is a fascinating and highly detailed bit of technical

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Representative David Cicilline, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee’s antitrust subcommittee, said on Wednesday he would be “comfortable with unwinding” Facebook Inc’s acquisition of Instagram.

The antitrust subcommittee on Tuesday released a report on Big Tech’s abuses of market power but stopped short of naming specific companies or acquisitions that must be broken up.

Cicilline, a Democrat from Rhode Island, told Reuters in an interview that Facebook should not have been allowed to buy Instagram, a deal that the Federal Trade Commission approved in 2012.

“I would be comfortable with unwinding that. I think that’s the right answer,” he said.

Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment. It has said previously that Instagram was insignificant at the time it was purchased and that Facebook built it into the success it has become.

Any effort to unwind the deal would entail the government

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SpaceMat: graphene’s answer to recycling tyre rubber launches to market
Credit: University of Manchester

A Greater Manchester start-up company has launched the first of a range of products aimed at reducing wastage from vehicle tires, supported by the Graphene Engineering Innovation Center’s (GEIC) ERDF Bridging the Gap program at The University of Manchester.


In conjunction with the GEIC, Dr. Vivek Koncherry developed SpaceMat—a flooring product that uses graphene to improve dramatically the performance of recycled tire rubber compared to previous efforts.

It’s estimated that 1.5 billion waste tires are generated globally every year and most end up in landfill or being burned. Numerous attempts have been made to produce high-quality recycled rubber from tires, but the shedding of microparticles from resultant products has raised concerns over environmental health.

Vivek’s company Space Blue has successfully developed graphene-enhanced recycled rubber products for mass-market applications that address this issue.

Graphene-enhanced performance

The SpaceMat product is constructed from 80% waste tire material and 20%

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Every marketer worth their salt knows that assembling a big list of subscribers is necessary to grow your online business, but this can be a huge challenge. First you have to create the landing pages so you can collect names and email addresses. Logically, the next step is to set up an automatic emailing system and do you’re very best to drive consistent, quality traffic to the landing page. And that’s where it starts to become very labor intensive if you’re aiming for free traffic, or very expensive if you are going with paid traffic.

Marketers all over the globe, in every country, are struggling to build a responsive list with the old, outdated methods and tools that are available. In reality, many of these tools and “primitive methods” haven’t worked in years. The problem is, as I see it, that you never hear about the super-cool advancements that have … Read More

What is SEO and how it works?

SEO is fundamentally about making sure your website provides information people need. For most businesses, this means information about the problems they solve.

It’s a process of understanding your customers’ problems and the search terms they use when looking for solutions online. Once that’s established, SEO becomes about employing proven methods for presenting that information in a way that helps it appear higher in the search engine results pages or SERPs.

It’s not about merely providing information on the products and services you offer; it’s about understanding the problems your ideal customers need to solve.

Businesses who understand this and create useful content get the most search engine traffic, enquiries and sales online.

What SEO means?

SEO means Search Engine Optimisation. It’s the process of creating a website that helps people solve their problems by answering their questions.

Why is SEO important?

If

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Want to learn about SEO marketing and how it works? We’ve made this simple guide to teach you more about SEO meaning, SEO optimization, and SEO marketing.

One of the biggest questions that we get from our clients here at LYFE marketing is – what is SEO and how does it work? For businesses that are just starting to build their website or going through a website redesign, search engine optimization or SEO can feel a bit intimidating.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Even if you do not have an experienced in-house SEO associate, you can still start making some positive changes that will help you improve your search engine optimization. With a little SEO knowledge under your belt, you can be on your way to improving your brand’s search engine ranking in no time.

Below, we’ll provide an answer to the million dollar question – what

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