Mark Wyciślik-Wilson

Author's details

Name: Mark Wyciślik-Wilson
Date registered: 14th January 2015


Mark Wyciślik-Wilson is a software fiend and a fan of the new, shiny and intriguing. Never afraid to get his hands dirty with some full-scale geekery, he’s always trying out the latest apps, hacks and tweaks. He can be found on Google+, Facebook and Twitter.

Latest posts

  1. PayPal bans Infowars for spreading hate speech — 22nd September 2018
  2. Android 9.0 Pie lands on OnePlus 6 in OxygenOS 9.0 — 21st September 2018
  3. Microsoft is bringing Skype to Alexa devices — 21st September 2018
  4. Google brings Emergency Location Service to Android users across the US — 20th September 2018
  5. Hacked: Newegg suffers month-long card-skimming attack, exposing credit card details — 20th September 2018

Most commented posts

  1. Google is right to keep issuing ‘fuck you’s to Microsoft — 4 comments
  2. Coming to terms with being depressed — 4 comments
  3. Chuwi Hi12 is a promising budget Surface-like tablet running Windows 10 and Android — 2 comments
  4. Virgin’s satellite internet plans are a step in the right direction — 1 comment
  5. Google Helpouts to be consigned to history — 1 comment

Author's posts listings

Google is killing off its Gmail alternative Inbox

Google has announced that Inbox is to close in six months’ time. After four years of service, many — although not all — of Inbox’s features have been incorporated into Gmail, and Google now feels it is time to concentrate on a single email tool. Inbox users have until the end of March next year …

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Apple officially announces iPhone Xr, iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max

As ever, there has been much hype and excitement about this year’s Apple event and the promise of new iPhones. This year there have been more leaks than normal, and now everything has been revealed at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino This time around — as expected — Apple has announced three new handsets: …

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Apple reveals larger Apple Watch Series 4

Today at the Steve Jobs Center in Cupertino, Apple took the wraps off the latest addition to its Watch range. Apple Watch Series 4 comes in two sizes — 40mm and 44mm — and the screen is over 30 percent larger in both instances. Despite the large screen, the casing has hardly changed in size …

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FCC pauses clock on its review of T-Mobile/Sprint merger

The Federal Communications Commission has announced that it is stopping the clock on its review into the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint. The 180-day review clock has been paused at day 55 as the Commission says that it is awaiting the arrival of new submissions from both companies that are “complex”. The delay will give …

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OnePlus works with Google on Crackables game to promote OnePlus 6T

The OnePlus PR machine is now fully operational in the run-up to the launch of the OnePlus 6T. We should — officially — hear more about the handset next month, but in the meantime the company is ramping up the hype. The latest gimmick finds OnePlus teaming up with Google to create a game called …

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Plex Cloud is closing down

After months of problems, Plex has announced that Plex Cloud is due to close down later this year. Introduced a couple of years ago to provide a way for users to store their files online rather than locally or on NAS drives, Plex Cloud has been plagued with issues. The company stopped accepting new servers …

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For the first time you can watch Apple’s iPhone launch event on Twitter

Every year Apple fans who are unable to attend the iPhone launch — that is, just about everyone — either follows live blogs or seeks out how to watch the live stream in their preferred browser on their platform of choice. This year there will be a new option. For the first time ever, Apple …

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Trend Micro backtracks on browser history collection after its apps are removed from mac App Store

It recently came to light that a number of apps in the mac App Store were collecting data about users’ browsing histories and uploading them to a remote server. Included in this list were several apps from security firm Trend Micro. Apple responded by kicking the offending apps out of the App Store, and Trend …

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Security: Tor 0-day revealed on Twitter by vulnerability vendor

It’s just two weeks since a Windows 0-day was revealed on Twitter, and now the same thing has happened for the Tor browser. Zerodium — self-described as “the premium exploit acquisition program” — exposed a backdoor vulnerability in Tor that makes it possible to bypass security protections. The vulnerability affects Tor 7, and the vendor …

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Microsoft publishes Security Servicing Criteria for Windows, revealing how it classifies and tackles bugs

Microsoft has published documentation that reveals how is classifies the severity of vulnerabilities in Windows, as well as detailing how it decides whether problems should be addressed with a security patch or in the next version of Windows. The first batch of documentation shows for the first time how Microsoft defines “the criteria around security …

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