New Exchange vulnerability, Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro test, Twitter down and more

The TechnikNews Weekly brings you up to date again this Sunday in issue 164. This week you have diligently clicked the news about the new Exchange hole, our Redmi Note 10 Pro test and Twitter down. We summarize the most important technology news for you.

April is now drawing to a close, but the TechnikNews Weekly is far from it. In line with this, our TechnikCast now has the TechnikNews Weekly again in audible form. You can find an overview of all TechnikCast episodes here, and we also have an overview of the podcast platforms on which we are represented.

TechnikNews Weekly Weekly preview: Apple Event

What’s going to happen in the next week? Apple could presumably introduce a new iPad, new MacBooks and a new Apple TV at their Apple Special Event. Siri has already revealed the date: The event will take place on Tuesday, April 20 at 7:00 p.m. We at TechnikNews will of course report promptly about all innovations.

Microsoft Exchange Server with a new security hole

Everyone should have noticed the vulnerability from the beginning of March. Now Microsoft is making headlines again – in an update released this week, the company fixes four critical loopholes. The German BSI has already issued a warning and urgently recommends that you install the updates. If you want to dive deeper: In our article we have all the links to the downloads and the affected Exchange versions.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro took a closer look in the test

Colleague Yinan has taken a closer look at the Redmi Note 10 Pro from Xiaomi over the past few weeks. His test report appeared on Tuesday along with a video that you clicked diligently. For this reason, it landed in second place in the TechnikNews Weekly. This year’s Redmi Note 10 Pro wants to convince with a 108 megapixel camera and a 120 Hertz OLED display. It costs just 279 euros in the recommended retail price. Whether it’s good for something (spoiler: yes, it does as a mid-range smartphone), you can read in detail here:

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Twitter down: Social media platform partially unavailable

Saturday wasn’t a good day for Twitter. The platform was repeatedly inaccessible for a few minutes to just under an hour. The first disturbances started in the night on Saturday, then again during the day and finally there were disturbances again in the evening. Some users were logged out, the feed could not update and tweets were not sent.

TechnikNews Weekly: More articles from the last week

You haven’t had enough of news, tests and advice from the world of technology? In the TechnikNews Weekly we list the three most-clicked articles of the week. Of course, that wasn’t all – our editorial team was busy typing many more articles:

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