Category : Apps

Trend Micro Answers Threat from Operation Tropic Trooper with Deep Discovery

Treand Micro Increasing Threat from Operation Tropic Trooper with Deep Discovery

Deep Discovery is Trend Micro’s answer to heightening digital threats to institutions and organizations. It is a platform that immediately detects invasions and responds by adapting and protecting data in real-time. Deep Discovery is based on the findings on Operation Tropic Trooper, a persistent threat campaign that infiltrates key government organizations and compromises sensitive data. […]

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ASUS ZenFone 2 to Preload Trend Micro’s Dr. Safety App

As the popularity of smartphone usage increases, so does the prevalence of mobile security threats, which include Android malware, which is soaring in number every year. Trend Micro, a global leader in security software and solutions committed to providing the best mobile security for consumers, recently announced a partnership agreement with ASUS, whereby ASUS will […]

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ONE FC comes to your LG Smart TV

ONE FC on LG Smart TV

Are you a ONE Fighting Championship fan? Whether you’ve missed the action of this December’s fight or want to experience it all over again, you can now do so on your LG Smart TV. Download the ONE FC app and see the exciting highlights of the latest fights, including the best moments of industry greats […]

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Facebook Launches Stickered for Messenger

Facebook Launches Stickered for Messenger

Facebook has taken advantage of the holidays — a time when a lot of crazy family photos are sure to be taken — to launch Stickered for Messenger. It’s not an additional feature but a separate app that complements Messenger and puts your favorite stickers and emojis in the spotlight. You can take a new […]

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Google Inbox: The New Approach to Email

Google Inbox - The New Approach to Email

Google developers have been brewing something new and it may change the way we deal with email. Google Inbox was announced a few days ago by the same team that developed Gmail ten years ago, and it looks like an interesting cross between the inbox that you’re used to and Google Now. This new platform […]

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