Say your computer got hacked and you lose your files in the process. Sure, it sucks, but it’s not necessarily the end of the world. However imagine if you are hooked up to hospital equipment that’s in charge of pumping drugs into your system, or maybe even keeping you alive like a ventilator, imagine if that got hacked!
As it turns out that’s exactly what the FDA is worried about and has recently issued a warning to hospitals in the US. The warning is over the use of a drug infusion pump created by medical company Hospira, claiming that the device is apparently susceptible to being hacked. The FDA is now advising hospitals who are still using the system to quickly switch to an alternative system. Read full post →FDA Issues Warnings To Hospitals Over Hackable Drug Infusion Pumps
Rise of the Tomb Raider will be the sequel to the Tomb Raider reboot from 2013. We expect that there will be a lot of new features and things for players to do, and for those who want to get the best value for their money, you might be interested to learn that the game will actually be 3 times as big as its predecessor.
This means that gamers will have a lot more things to do and areas to explore. Speaking to GamingBolt, the game’s director Brian Horton revealed some additional details of the upcoming game, like how there will not be any loading screens which will help towards creating that seamless experience from start to end. Read full post →Rise Of The Tomb Raider Expected To Be 3 Times As Big As The Original