Exclusive: TCL and Ausdroid talk phones, tablets, tech and distribution

Mabel R. Acton

Over the past 12 months, TCL has made a significant effort to impact the mobile market. They’ve delivered solid devices that fit well in the mid-range market and a couple of verging on the upper. We’ve been lucky enough to have one-on-one time with Joseph Corrente, the Channel Sales Director for Oceania.

During the discussion, Joseph went into detail not usually seen by the press or consumers about the company’s inner workings, business strategies, and direction. While not all of the discussion is directly relevant to Ausdroid readers, we’ve been given the nod to let you know more about the

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Fandom Sports Completes Name Change to Fandifi Technology Corp.

Mabel R. Acton

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – April 12, 2022) – Fandifi Technology Corp. (CSE: FDM) (OTCQB: FDMSF) (FSE: TQ43) (“Fandifi” or the “Company”), further to its press release on April 7, 2022, the Company is pleased to announce that its name change from Fandom Sports Media Corp. to Fandifi Technology Corp., became effective at 12:01 am on April 12, 2022.

The Canadian Securities Exchange (“CSE”) published a bulletin announcing the effective date of the name change and that the common shares of the Company commenced trading under its new name of FANDIFI Technology Corp. on Tuesday, April 12, 2022.

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Web3 technology users face new and recycled security risks, study shows

Mabel R. Acton

The world’s transition to Web3, which is being driven by blockchain technology, presents security experts with a new set of unique challenges along with recycled threats, according to a study by Cisco.

Bad actors on the internet are particularly focusing on the metaverse, along with its underlying technology, the California-based network gear maker said.

“The metaverse landscape appears ripe for cyber criminals,” Fady Younes, cyber-security director at Cisco Middle East and Africa, said in the report.

“Whether they are translating old threats in the new metaverse space, leveraging time-tested social engineering and phishing techniques of the past or

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A $620 million hack? Just another day in crypto

Mabel R. Acton

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DeFi—an idea similar to smart contracts—is all about transparency and open-source code as an ideology. Unfortunately, in practice that too often means rickety multimillion-dollar projects held together with tape and gum.

“There are a few things that make DeFi more vulnerable to hacking,” Grauer explains. “The code is open. Anyone can go over it looking for bugs. This is a major problem we’ve seen that does not happen to centralized exchanges.”

Bug bounty programs—in which companies pay hackers to find and report security vulnerabilities—are one tool in the

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