Displaying items by tag: Canvas

A version of the CANVAS exploit platform, that can be used to test the vulnerability of computer systems or to break into remote systems using exploits that come along with it, has been leaked on the VirusTotal database and can now be accessed by all paid subscribers of the service.

Published in Security

A French researcher claims to have found a working exploit for the Spectre vulnerability on Linux systems on the VirusTotal database, the first such exploit to come to light since the flaw was made public by Intel back in 2018.

Published in Security

Meural, meural on the wall, whose artful canvas is the fairest of all? Well, Netgear's Meural Canvas brings the world's art to your home, while we can speak well of its top-notch routers and Alexa Orbi speaker.

Published in Home Tech

The traditional desktop — replete with keyboard and mouse — is on the way out, according to Dell, which says a new workspace — dubbed Canvas — is the way to go. It used the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show to debut a new 27” horizontal workspace concept and a host of refinements on two-in-one hybrids, notebooks, all-in-one desktops, VR-ready mobile workstations, and 32” 8K monitors.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 16 February 2016 15:26

Technology helps time poor teachers to teach

Most teachers say technology in the classroom gives them to spend more time teaching and giving individual attention to students.

Published in ShawThing
Thursday, 18 September 2014 09:08

Instructure goes local for Canvas

Cloud-based learning management system provider Instructure has set up a local operation and is now actively offering Canvas to customers in the region.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 14 September 2010 17:54

HTML5 support arrives for Adobe Illustrator

Adobe has released a free add-on to provide Illustrator CS5 with HTML5 and CSS3 support.




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