iPhone 15’s shift to USB-C has hidden potential to streamline computing

Apple is set to reveal the iPhone 15 at a special event today September 12th 2023, and we already know a lot about what to expect thanks to rumors and supply chain sources but this time, applause goses to the  European Union regulators. That last source strongly suggests that the newest iPhone will get a USB-C connector, replacing the Lightning connector that Apple introduced with the iPhone 5 in 2012.

BugProve Discovers Critical Security Vulnerabilities in Zavio IP Cameras

In a groundbreaking revelation, BugProve, a prominent name in the field of cybersecurity, has exposed a critical security advisory concerning Zavio IP cameras. The advisory underscores the presence of a staggering seven pre-authentication remote code execution (RCE) vulnerabilities and 26 post-authentication code execution vectors, all rooted in memory corruption issues within the Onvif daemon of select Zavio IP camera models.

President Museveni Highlights Importance of Digital Motor Number Plates in Crime Prevention at Uganda Prisons Service Graduation Ceremony

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni emphasized the importance of proceeding with the digital motor number plate’s project to combat crime effectively. He highlighted that this initiative, along with other security measures like CCTV cameras and gun fingerprinting, would play a significant role in crime prevention.

Bridewell Announces CHECK Penetration Testing Accreditation From NCSC

Bridewell, a leading UK cyber security firm, today September 8, 2023, announces that it has been accredited by the Government’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) to provide CHECK penetration testing to government, public sector bodies and organisations under the UK’s critical national infrastructure (CNI).

Universities Develop E-System to Supervise Research

Following the construction of an electronic supervision portal and mobile app, the difficulties of postgraduate research delays, mismanagement, and plagiarism are nearing an end.

L-R Team Uganda members Queen Ankunda, Allen Nanyonjo, Gabriel Kawalya, Mwiza Rugyendo, Maureen Karamagi and Pearl Ayebare their robot before the Competition started in United States

Young Engineers Uganda Kids Fly to US for Vex World Robotics Championships

A team of talented teenagers from Young Engineers Uganda are in the United States to represent Uganda at the prestigious Vex World Robotics Championships in Dallas, Texas. The team, consisting of four girls and three boys, along with their three dedicated instructors, secured Uganda’s fourth position on the African continent during the Pan African Robotics competition 2022 […]

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