Sometimes you go to a cafe or a restaurant because you want to catch up with friends over a meal or a cup of coffee, however some venues think that having music playing in the background is a good idea as it adds to the atmosphere. Maybe that’s true, but because we all like different types of music, what’s playing the background might not be for everyone.
Interestingly enough it seems that KFC of all places has decided to do something about it, so much so that over at the KFC Willows branch in Bloemfontein in South Africa, the fast food outlet is testing out the ability to deliver music via bone conduction. Now the idea of delivering audio via bone conduction isn’t new, but to see a restaurant such as KFC attempt such an experiment is interesting. Read full post →KFC Uses Bone Conduction To Deliver Music To Restaurant Goers
Back in July we reported that a Flash zero-day vulnerability had been discovered. In fact had it not been for the hack on hacking group Hacking Team, there is a good chance the vulnerability might have gone on undiscovered for goodness knows how long. That being said, the discovery led to some security experts calling on Flash to be retired for good.
In case you’re thinking that maybe it’s too premature, think again. According to a recent discovery, it seems that hackers have actually been taking advantage of another Flash vulnerability and for the past seven days, they have actually used Yahoo’s ad network to distribute malicious bits of code. Read full post →Hackers Exploit Flash Vulnerability Found In Yahoo Ads