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Iamlittle Tech Blog

Iamlittle Tech Blog is a technology focused blog created by Duncan McClean.

This Week in Tech: 12th – 16th November

16th November 2018 - Duncan McClean

In this weeks roundup: Steam bug allowed researcher free access to all gamesUS Judge wants Amazon to hand over voice recordingsCloudflare’s 1.1.1.1 DNS service now available on iOS and Android Steam bug allowed researcher free access to all games A man has been given $20000 after he found a flaw… Read More


This Week in Tech: 5th – 9th November

9th November 2018 - Duncan McClean

In this week’s roundup: YouTube arrives on Nintendo SwitchAlexa for Windows 10 releasedWindows activation bug YouTube arrives on Nintendo Switch YouTube is now officially supported on the Nintendo Switch. It joins other online video services like Hulu to be supported on the device. Alexa for Windows 10 released Amazon… Read More


This Week in Tech: 29th – 2nd November

2nd November 2018 - Duncan McClean

In this weeks roundup: Huawei announces new budget smart speakersTwitter user finds scam download on BingApple announces updates to some of their products Huawei announces new budget smart speaker Huawei has announced a new smart device, similar to alternatives made by Google and Amazon. The device looks similar to the… Read More


This Week in Tech: 22nd – 26th October

26th October 2018 - Duncan McClean

In this week’s roundup: Morrisons face huge payment due to data leakAnother Apple event next week Morrisons face huge payment due to data leak Supermarket chain Morrisons face a huge fine this week, as they lost an appeal due to a data breach of employee information which was ‘party their… Read More


This Week in Tech: 15th – 19th October

19th October 2018 - Duncan McClean

In this week’s roundup: Google to start charging phone manufacturers to use their apps in EuropePaul Allen – Microsoft co-founded dies aged 65Netflix reaches record subscription total Google to start charging phone manufacturers to use their apps in Europe In July, the European Union ruled that Google has to… Read More


Facebook say millions of names and emails were exposed

Facebook say millions of names and emails were exposed

12th October 2018 - Duncan McClean

Facebook have just confirmed that 50 Million names and email addresses have been exposed in their latest security breach. The social networking company released information of a security breach two weeks ago. However, Facebook have created a website so that users can find out whether their user information has been… Read More


This Week in Tech: 8th – 12th October

12th October 2018 - Duncan McClean

In this weeks roundup: Facebook announces Portal – a video chat deviceGoogle shutting down Google Plus after hackGoogle announces new devicesFacebook say that millions of names and emails have been exposed to hackers Facebook announces Portal – a video chat device This week, Facebook announced a new video chat device… Read More


All from Google’s event – October 2018

9th October 2018 - Duncan McClean

Google has just held an event where they announced new Google products. We have all you need to know in this article. Google Pixel 3 and 3XL Google has announced the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3XL. Prices start at $800 for the 3 and $900 for the 3XL. Read More


This Week in Tech: 1st – 5th October

4th October 2018 - Duncan McClean

In this weeks roundup: Microsoft update nukes user documentsTrump sends text message to all AmericansWordPress update coming for November 12thGoogle Assistant has been given a design makeover Microsoft update nukes user documents Microsoft released the October 2018 update for Windows 10 this week. However, some users took to reddit… Read More


Major Facebook security bug could let hackers logon to over 50 MILLION accounts

Major Facebook security bug could let hackers logon to over 50 MILLION accounts

28th September 2018 - Duncan McClean

Facebook has just disclosed a security flaw which could have allowed hackers to log in to over 50 million Facebook accounts. The flaw could have let hackers login to your Facebook account by stealing your access tokens. Any users affected by the security flaw have been signed out from Facebook… Read More


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