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    Thumbs up PeerTube: An Open Source YouTube Alternative To Beat Censorship

    When it’s about watching videos online, YouTube is the first thing that comes to our minds. But the popular video sharing platform is often subjected to censorship in many countries. There are many countries including China and North Korea that ban YouTube from time to time. Leave the others, recently, even YouTube ended up blocking […]
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    Elon Musk Confirms “Mad Max Mode” Is Real In Tesla’s Autopilot Development Build
    In a Twitter conversation today, Elon Musk showed a glimpse of ‘Mad Max’ mode in a development build of Autopilot and is currently being tested by Tesla. In future, autonomous driving systems could encounter tough situations in heavy traffic where different drivers use different methods for changing lanes. While some need several car lengths to make a […]
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    What Is “System Interrupts” Process Doing On My Windows 10 PC?
    The Task Manager app in Windows 10 is filled with lots of stuff like Windows processes and services that even regular users are not aware of, simply because you can’t know the ins and outs of everything you use; learning happens gradually over time. So, one such process that may be unknown to some users […]
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    IGTV Tips For Beginners: Guide To Instagram’s New Video App
    Instagram’s new video platform IGTV is here; both as a standalone app and a feature on Instagram. The company has described it as the “most exciting feature to date” which is available as an iOS app, Android app, and accessible through desktop too. So, let’s tell you about different aspects of IGTV and how to create videos […]
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    Facebook’s Patents Reveals Its Creepy Plans To Collect More Data
    Since 2008, Facebook has been under fire because of its data collecting habits, and each time the company claimed to take up the “responsibility to protect user information.” The social media giant promised it would “do better,” but a review of patents filed by Facebook reveals how the company wants to track every aspect of our […]
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    Apple Warns Users Against Unauthorised iOS Modification aka “Jailbreaking”
    Apple has published an article on their official blog highlighting the negative effects of unauthorized modification of iOS. which is commonly known as jailbreaking. Jailbreaking is a technique through which restrictions imposed by Apple or the bundled carrier on an Apple device can be removed. By ‘modding’ the iOS, you can download applications from third-party […]
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    8 Best Wallpaper Apps For iPhone To Customize Your Device In 2018
    The wallpaper selected by you is one of the most noticeable things on your phone. A high-quality wallpaper can transform the outlook of your device. If you own an iPhone, then I am sure that the limited options for wallpapers might be a little disappointing. You can only choose from a handful of good wallpapers. […]
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    Google’s A.I. Can Predict Death Of Patients With 95% Accuracy
    Google’s work in artificial intelligence is moving at a remarkable pace in the health sector. In a recent breakthrough, Google decided to compete with hospital’s old machines to predict a patient’s death and came up with astonishing results, subtly hinting us about the future of A.I. As first reported by Bloomberg, Google tested out its brilliantly performing […]
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    iPhone Brute Force Hack: Researcher Finds How To Bypass iPhone’s Passcode Limit
    Over the past years, Apple has been playing cat and mouse with the security researchers and hackers who keep trying to develop new ways to bypass the security of iPhone. Earlier this year, a new challenge came up in the form of an iPhone unlocking device named GrayKey being used by law enforcement agencies. The […]
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    World’s Smallest Computer Dwarfed By A Grain Of Rice: Just 0.3mm To A Side
    The researchers at the University of Michigan have created the world’s smallest computer that’s dwarfed by a grain of rice. And with this development, they’ve reclaimed the title of world smallest computer which was taken by IBM earlier this year. Seeing tiny computing devices like these is fascinating, but the researchers have raised an important question […]
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    Thumbs up Nvidia’s Next Powerful GPU May Have 12GB GDDR6 RAM

    Nvidia might be working on their next-generation graphics card which could feature a whopping 12GB GDDR6 video memory. At least this is what is suggested by the leaked image of a supposed Nvidia prototype GPU on Reddit. Although the original post has been taken down, what comes on the internet stays forever. The prototype was uploaded […]
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    New Instagram Lite App For Android Is Just 573KB In Size; Consumes Lesser Data
    Yesterday, Instagram quietly launched its new Instagram Lite app on Google Play Store without making any official announcements. The app is very light taking up only 573 KB of space on your phone. This version is only 1/55th the size of Instagram’s native app which consumes about 32 MB of phone memory. Instagram Lite App offers […]
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    Linux Powers ALL TOP500 Supercomputers In The World | US Beats China For #1
    Just recently we told you about the IBM Summit supercomputer that is developed for the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the US. The computing beast is being called the most powerful supercomputer yet, beating China’s Sunway. Summit has tasted another bread of success as the TOP500 List of the world’s fastest supercomputers renews for the year 2018. It’s […]
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    7 Easy Ways To Block Cryptocurrency Mining In Your Web Browser
    ryptocurrencies are digital or virtual currencies that make use of encryption for security. As they are anonymous and decentralized in nature, one can use them for making payments that can’t be tracked by governments. As crypto-mining has gained popularity, the website owners are now using cryptocurrency mining scripts to use the CPU power of the […]
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    How About A Smartphone Running On Microsoft Windows 95?
    For sure, Microsoft has come a long way with Windows platform with Windows 10 as the latest version. However, Windows 95 will always hold a special place in my heart; it would always remind me of my childhood. The iconic Windows sound and the trademark Windows 95 logo is etched in my memories. The popularity of […]
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    What Is Runtime Broker (runtimebroker.exe) Process Doing On My Windows 10 PC?
    Among the many processes in Windows 10 OS, you might have read about Service Host, Desktop Window Manager, and System Interrupts. Each Windows process has its own importance and problems it puts in front of the user. In this post, I’d like to give you an idea about another popular Windows process called Runtime Broker. […]
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    How To Use RAM As Hard Drive? How To Create RAMDisk?
    Getting faster storage is every computer user’s dream. Most of the people now have the choice of using SSDs, but they are considerably costlier than the magnetic hard drives. However, if you have like loads of RAM sitting idle inside your PC, it can be a great source to construct some lightning fast storage media, even faster […]
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    Instagram Adds Video Chat, New Explore Section, Topic Channels: Here’s How To Use Them
    Just a week ago, Instagram launched its new video sharing platform ‘IGTV.’ Now the company is rolling out new features like group video chat, new camera effects with custom AR filters, and redesigned explore section. So, let’s tell you about them brief: Instagram’s Video Chat: How to use it? The video chat option is available […]
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    Facebook Kills Its Solar-powered Drone Before It Could Give You “Free Internet”
    In a blog post named “High altitude connectivity,” Facebook has officially scrapped its enormous and long invested Aquilla drone project–an initiative launched by Facebook back in 2014, to provide accessible Internet to the undeveloped areas of the world The solar-powered drones were intended to remain high up in the air between 60,000 to 90,000 feet, each drone circling in […]
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    Thumbs up Linux Mint 19 “Tara” Released With New Features: Download Cinnamon, Xf

    Soon after the Linux Mint team started shipping the MintBox Mini 2, they released Linux Mint 19 “Tara,” the most recent and feature-rich of the popular user-friendly Linux distribution. For those who don’t know, Tara is a popular name in Ireland. As Mint 19 release is based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver, it’ll remain […]
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    Apple Is Rebuilding Its “Worst Software Product” From The Ground Up: Maps
    Every iPhone user from all over the world knows that “Apple has a map problem.” From misidentifying cities, geographic errors, minimal detailing to even failing to display locations, Apple users have seen it all. Moreover, Apple maps notorious for its jokes never received the status of a “navigation tool.” Fast-forward to 2018, where Apple recently released […]
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    Gentoo Linux Distro Hacked: All Code On GitHub Compromised
    Gentoo Linux holds the reputation of being a “build it yourself” distribution; it needs you to download the source code from the web and compile it on your own. Making this experience scary, some unknown notorious actors have hacked Gentoo Linux GitHub repository and infected it with malware. As per the official statement from Gentoo […]
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    Facebook Rolls Out New Ads Feature For More Transparency
    Transparency in ads is improving at a rapid pace with major tech companies finally paying attention to user data privacy and security. After Google came out with new ads settings to give more control over ads and added a new option of ad personalization, Facebook launched their own new ad features providing users access to […]
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    Fedora To Deprecate YUM in Fedora 29 Release
    Many Linux users familiar with Fedora, CentOS, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux are familiar with YUM, but are oblivious to its origins in the much lesser known Yellowdog Linux, a now discontinued PowerPC variant of CentOS. And now, it seems, YUM is heading in the same direction. Fedora is often referred to as the testing […]
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    SD Express: PCIe & NVMe Backed Standard Boosts Memory Card Capacity To 128TB
    We all love new standards, they bring us new technologies, but sometimes we see new standards being published when we haven’t seen products manufactured with the standards we’re still waiting on. The new SD Express standard publication just begs the question “but, when will we get it?…” A while back in 2016, the JEDEC Solid […]
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    What is RAMPAGE Attack? Why Does It Affect Every Android Since 2012?
    No matter how secure Google calls its mobile operating system, it seems like a determined security researcher could come up with a vulnerability any day. A team of eight researchers has done the same with their exploit having a fancy name RAMPAGE (CVE-2018-9442), which enables unauthorized access to Android devices. What is RAMPAGE attack? In […]
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    Brave Browser Goes Beyond Private Browsing With Tor-powered Tabs
    The ad blocking browser Brave is presently counted as one of the top net surfing browsers of 2018, primarily for its steady privacy and secure browsing experience. It is now advancing towards perfecting private browsing An update (Brave 0.23) launched on Thursday for its desktop clients has integrated Private tabs with Tor to defend users from leaving digital […]
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    Apple Might Combine Video And Music Streaming Service With News
    Apple is reportedly working on a subscription-based video streaming platform to compete with Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Videos. Last week, we also reported that Apple’s streaming service could be cheaper than Netflix. A report from The Information suggests that Apple is planning to introduce a bundled streaming service combining TV, News, and Music services. […]
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    “NameTests” Facebook Quiz Exposed Personal Data Of 120 Million Users For Years
    When Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal started blazing up headlines, many Facebook critics and security experts called it just a beginning. That prophecy is turning out to be accurate as a dubious quiz application, named NameTests, has ended up exposing data of about 120 million users for years. As per Inti De Ceukelaire, the security researcher who uncovered the […]
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    Thumbs up Linux Releases: elementary OS 5.0 Beta And CentOS 6.10 Are Here

    elementary OS Juno Beta 1 After much wait and anticipation, the elementary OS developers have shipped the first beta of their forthcoming “Juno” release. Being called a Developer Preview, it is aimed at the 3rd party developer and other users who are interested in testing the new features. This release cycle will primarily strive to deliver […]
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    UDOO Bolt: This Ryzen-Powered Hacker Board Is 2x Faster Than MacBook Pro 13?
    UDOO is again making headlines leaving board makers in awe. It has yet made another powerful board that features new AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 series chips combined with Radeon Vega graphics. The board is available for pre-order through a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for $229 and up. It comes with a choice of dual-core or quad-core […]
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    Google Chrome’s “Download Bomb” Attack Is Back, Also Affects Firefox, Opera, Brave
    Earlier this year, a bug in Google Chrome was a rejoice for tech support scammers who could freeze people’s browser using the infamous download bomb trick. It involves making thousands of downloads from a single booby-trapped web page. Ultimately, the targeted user has to call the given tech support number to get things right. The […]
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    Alibaba’s AI-powered Copywriting Tool Passes Turing Test
    Alimama, Alibaba’s digital marketing subsidiary, has launched an artificial intelligence based copywriting tool which uses deep learning and natural language processing technologies to produce copies. The tool analyzes sample content from Alibaba’s e-commerce sites Tmall and Taobao to produce 20,000 lines of copy in a second. The tool has successfully passed the Turing Test indicating […]
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    10 Best Torrent Sites For 2018 To Download Your Favorite Torrents
    We are in the middle of the calendar year, the time when many people realize they stop using 2017 instead of 2018 when writing dates. The chances are high that the loyal members of the BitTorrent community have already started to look for the best torrent sites for 2018. The rise in legal actions against […]
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    How To Access Blocked Websites? — 13 Easy Ways To Bypass Them
    Short Bytes: Restrictions and bans over websites are always annoying, and governments are now censoring content more than ever. Check out the 13 easy ways to bypass the censorship to access blocked websites. These easy-to-use and effective methods include the use of VPN, extensions, DNS hack, proxy websites, and others. Given the current stature of […]
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    SUSE Linux Is Selling Itself (Again) For $2.5 Billion
    The ownership SUSE is getting transferred from UK-based Micro Focus International to Sweden’s investment firm EQT VIII. The deal, which is yet to be completed, has been finalized for $2.535 billion. Many of us know SUSE as the power behind the open source Linux distribution openSUSE. But the 25-year-old company’s operations are largely inclined towards the enterprise […]
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    Facebook Reveals Its Love For Sharing Your Data: These “Privileged” Firms Had Access To Deep Data
    Every day, Facebook comes up with new revelations denoting how much the company loves sharing our private data wrapping it in two words — “connecting communities.” Apparently, every action they took without the user consent was in the best interest of the whole community. In another disclosure, Facebook has handed a 747-page document to the US […]
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    Google Officially Releases Android P Beta 3/DP4 With “Near Final” Changes
    About a month ago Google released the second public beta for Android P, and now it has launched the third one. Starting yesterday, Android P Beta 3 is now available for developers and those eager to taste the latest dessert. Dave Burke, VP of Engineering at Google said that Developer Preview 4 is supposed to […]
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    Facebook Adds More API Restrictions On Developers To Protect Your Data
    For long, Facebook has been under scrutiny for the Cambridge Analytica Scandal. Following the testimony before the senators, Facebook is relentlessly trying to restore users’ trust in the platform. In the latest post, Facebook has announced a bunch of API restrictions to “better protect peoples information.” The API restrictions range from strict app review before developers access […]
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    Thumbs up Programming Meets Blockchain: IBM’s New Patent Ensures That You Get Re

    When several coders work on a large project, it can become quite a task to keep track of their accomplishments and determine a programmer’s actual contribution. This is why IBM has filed a new patent application titled “Blockchain For Program Code Credit and Programmer Contribution in a Collective.” Published on July 5 by the U.S. Patent […]
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    Google Duplex AI Could Take The Job Of Your Tech Support Guy
    It’s already a known thing how Google Duplex left an audience of millions surprised by answering a phone call like a human. No doubt, it has raised ethical concerns. While AI making reservations and appointments over phone calls may sound creepy, Google is up to something else. The company is considering plans to license Google […]
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    How To Send SMS From Your PC Using Android Messages?
    Google has tried to get into the social networking and instant messaging space many, many times. But the company hasn’t been able to do more than trending on the internet for a few days. Their last attempt, Allo, couldn’t make a dent in the success of Facebook-owned WhatsApp and Messenger. Still being optimistic, Google has updated […]
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    MIT’s “Blind” Cheetah Robot Can Locate You Even In Pitch Black Night
    MIT’s 90-pound mechanical beast can track you in rough terrains without needing a vision camera or any environmental sensors. The visionless “Cheetah 3” can jump across rough terrain, climb staircase littered with garage, leap on wooden blocks, and quickly get back on its four legs when shoved with an unexpected force. The latest innovation works on the “contact detection” algorithm […]
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    7 Best KickAss Torrents Alternatives That Work In 2018: Similar Sites Like KAT
    Even if one has got the slightest exposure to the BitTorrent world, it’s hard to believe one doesn’t have an idea of KickAssTorrents. The defunct torrent site was so popular that we can often find internet users searching for torrent websites that are KickAss alternatives. KickAss rose to success, taking the throne away from The Pirate […]
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    Keyboard Attack “Thermanator” Steals Your Passwords Using Body Heat
    Remember the movie “Mission Impossible” where the protagonist, Tom Cruise bypassed a security system using body heat signatures left on the keyboard? Well, that is actually happening in 2018. A new attack discovered by a group of researchers let hackers steal your passwords by recording thermal residue left on the keyboard after you walk away from it. The […]
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    First Apple Certified Lightning Power Bank Is Here To Charge Your iPhone, iPad
    It’s possible to charge an iOS device using a power bank. There are tons of them that people can buy. But none of those portable chargers have been specially designed for Apple devices, until now. Belkin’s new Boost Charge Power Bank 10K with Lightning Connector is an attempt by the manufacturer to spark the interest […]
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    Faster Updates: OnePlus Finally Embraces Project Treble In The Latest OxygenOS
    OnePlus has rolled out latest versions of beta OxygenOS for OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5t. Besides bringing changes in user interface and adding new accent colors, support for Project Treble is the headlining feature of the new update. Project Treble is a Google’s initiative to resolve one of the most common problems faced by Android […]
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    Grouped Notifications In iOS 12: How To Use And Customise It
    After Android landed the option of grouping notifications to declutter notification bar in the Nougat version, many iOS users truly felt what they have been missing until now. When Apple introduced the iOS 12 operating system update at WWDC 2018, many people expected Grouped Notifications to be one of the features Apple would include in […]
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    List Of 28 Xiaomi Devices Receiving The Massive MIUI 10 Update
    Today, Xiaomi announced that all primary devices including Redmi Note 5 Pro, Redmi Note 5A, and few old devices like MI 4C would receive its flagship MIUI 10 update. The company first unrevealed MIUI 10 along with Mi 8 series on its 8th anniversary in China, followed by a global ROM release along with Redmi […]
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    Thumbs up Samsung Galaxy S10+ To Feature A Five Camera Setup? Leak Reveals Why

    Samsung is perpetually facing fierce competition in the flagship category. With OnePlus 6, Huawei P20, iPhone 10, and Pixel 2 in the race, Samsung is gradually fading away from the high-end market. Only a few months ago, Samsung tried to regain its position by launching S9 and S9+. Although the initial sales skyrocketed, it soon went downhill. This was […]
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    WellMess: This Go-based Malware Attacks Both Linux And Windows Machines
    There’s no doubt that Linux and Mac are more secure operating system choices as opposed to Microsoft Windows. But this doesn’t mean that hackers don’t find ways to infect the machines running these operating systems — in the past, we came across the massive Mirai botnet that controlled the networking devices running Linux. Mirai creators […]
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    iOS 11.4.1 Launched With A New Feature To Stop Cops From Cracking Your iPhone
    After receiving complaints regarding abnormal battery discharge across different models of iPhone, Apple has released iOS 11.4.1 which brings minor bug fixes including improved reliability of syncing mail, contacts and notes with exchange accounts, and a fix for the issue that prevented some users from viewing the last known location of their AirPods in Find […]
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    Microsoft Launches Its Cheapest “Surface Go” Tablet; Priced At $399
    In a bid to revive itself in the budget-friendly tablet market, Microsoft has announced the Surface Go tablet. Designed on the lines of the Surface Pro, this new, low priced variant features a 10-inch screen and works on Windows 10. Priced at $399, Redmond’s new hardware combines the handiness of a tablet and power of […]
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    10 Best News Apps for Android Smartphones to Stay Informed in 2018
    News aggregators have dramatically reshaped how we stay informed with the latest news. Newspapers, tabloids, and even broadcast have become a thing of the past. We’ve moved ahead in a world where news outlets don’t need to rely on advertisers’ consent to deliver unbiased, and unflinching news. On average, 62% population of first-world nations said […]
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    10 Best Alarm Clock Apps For Android Users | 2018 Edition
    Do you struggle to wake up on time every morning and find yourself running late to office, college or appointments? If yes, it’s time to break the cycle of hitting the snooze button over and over and end up getting late by using alarm apps for Android phone. While there are thousands of alarm apps available […]
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    8 Best iPhone Web Browser Apps: Top Safari Alternatives For 2018
    Safari is one of the fastest web browsers out there but it is far from perfect. It lacks visual appeal and there are many features which would be present in any web browser app but are not found in Apple Safari. For a more personalized experience, you have the option of downloading third-party apps. App […]
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    What Is “Pseudo AI”: Humans Disguised As Bots Because Manual Labor Is Cheap
    Deploying artificial intelligence to replace human beings is not as easy as it sounds. It has been found that some of the startups and tech companies prefer humans working behind the false label of AI because it is cheap to hire workforce than to build the technology from scratch. This concept of Pseudo AI has been […]
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    How A Typo In Pixel Build Script Broke The “Lifelong Photos Storage”
    If you are a Pixel user, you might want to check on your unlimited photos storage. Lately, a bug is doing rounds among the Google Pixel devices which counts storage against your storage limits in Google Photos. During the launch of Pixel 2 and Pixel XL, Google promised free unlimited storage for high-quality pictures exclusively for Pixel […]
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    Raspberry Pi’s Own App Store Is The Newest Reason To Love This Mini Computer
    The Raspberry Pi Foundation keeps updating its Debian-based Raspbian operating system from time to time. The developers keep adding new features to make the device a more attractive option for beginners who wish to start learning programming or get into DIYing. The latest Raspbian update brings a bunch of new features and updates. First things first, […]
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    Thumbs up Here’s Why Elon Musk Slept On The Floor During Tesla “Production Hell”

    Tesla has always portrayed their Model 3 as the ace of spades. Sure, Model X and Model S saw great success, but the affordable Model 3 indeed implanted a dent in the Electric Vehicle Industry. With the early reservations rising up to 400,000, the company is continuously going through a great deal of “production hell,” as Tesla […]
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    Is Microsoft Working On A New “Next-generation OS”? Should I Really Get Excited?
    In an announcement that’ll surely spark the interest of Windows enthusiasts, Synaptics hinted at a new “next-generation” operating system from Microsoft. This announcement took place during a conference, where Synaptics and AMD shared their plans to work together to secure the operating systems with a new kind of fingerprint sensor. Here’s what the press release from Synaptics […]
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    Apple Upgrades MacBook Pro: Brings 8th Gen Intel CPUs, T2 Chip, And True Tone Display
    In a surprise announcement, Apple announced upgrades to MacBook Pro models with faster performance and a new set of advanced features to make it the most advanced Mac notebook ever. The specs centric update will enhance the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro models. The 13-inch model will now feature eighth gen, quad-core i5, and i7 […]
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    Chrome Web Browser Will Now Use 10% More RAM With Spectre Fix
    A new security feature named ‘Site Isolation’ has been introduced for Google Chrome 67 which would nullify the effects of speculative execution side-channel attacks like Spectre. To put things to the perspective, Spectre is one of the two fundamental design flaws in the modern processors, which allow programs to get access to the data for […]
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    Twitter Removes Millions Of Fake Accounts | Trump Loses 100,000 Followers
    After Whatsapp’s efforts to curb fake news, it’s Twitter turn to put the kibosh on the number of fake accounts on the platform. As reported by the New York Times, Twitter will start deactivating “tens of millions” of fake accounts from today onwards. The move is targeted at restoring the trust of users on the […]
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    Microsoft To Update Windows ‘Notepad App’ After Years, Teases New Features
    Every week or the other, Microsoft releases a new build for the fast ring insiders. The latest Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17713 bring a pack of surprises for Windows users. Redmond always listens to users, and this time, they have heard to Notepad users who were fed up with the uninteresting interface. Microsoft is giving its text […]
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    Facebook Gave “2-Week Special Access” To A Russian Tech Giant, Says Report
    Facebook is once again under the fire since Cambridge Analytica scandal. It allegedly allowed a Russian internet conglomerate to access user data by granting it a special two-week extension past the stop date in May 2015. Facebook claimed that it made changes in its API to stop apps from collecting data on their users’ friends by […]
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    India Has Agreed To Net Neutrality: A Big Win For Internet Users
    While web users in the States are still battling for open and fair Internet services, India has approved on what could be the world most progressive policy – free internet for all. In a major triumph for netizens across India, the Department of Telecommunications (DOT) has agreed to follow Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (TRAI) recommendations […]
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    Recoverit Free: Now Recover Accidentally Deleted Data Within Minutes
    Data is of prime importance in today’s technologically infiltrated world. Companies such as Facebook, Twitter are earning from the data they obtain from users. With data being such a valuable asset, it is essential to ensure that you have proper data recovery measures in case of accidental deletion of data and other reasons that can […]
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    How To Enable YouTube Incognito Mode For Private Watching?
    Incognito mode or private mode is mostly a thing on web browsers that lets people hide their internet history. Mostly it’s hidden from their spouses and bosses peaking on the computer screen, not ISPs and maybe companies like Google. The main idea behind private browsing or incognito mode is to avoid recording a user’s web history and delete […]
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    Thumbs up 10 Best Kodi Addons You Should Install In 2018 | Legal Addons

    Kodi is one of the most popular media player software which enables you to access videos, music, and pictures via the internet or local storage on a host of platforms. Managed by XBMC foundation, Kodi is an open source software. However, its reputation has been soiled by labeling it as a piracy bearer, and that […]
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    Elon Musk Calls Thai Cave Rescuer A “Pedophile” In Bizarre Twitter Outburst
    Elon Musk is known to have his meltdown moments on Twitter from time to time. Just last week, in an interview with Bloomberg, he promised to tone down his tweets and become better at the social network. Well, he doesn’t seem to catch a break. This time, he ended up attacking Vernon Unsworth, one of the Thai cave […]
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    Following the fourth point release of Debian 9 “stretch” in March, the developers of the popular GNU/Linux distro have shipped the latest update to its stable distribution. For those who don’t know, Debian 9 is an LTS version that’ll remain supported for 5 years. As one would expect, this point release doesn’t bring any set […]
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    GandCrab ransomware, which has created a hullabaloo in the cybersecurity industry by constantly evolving, has yet again caused a commotion. The latest version of the ransomware attacks system using SMB exploit spreader via compromised websites. The ransomware is adding new features every day to target different countries. The attackers behind the ransomware are scanning the […]
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    Microsoft Is Working On Android Smartphones; Could Be Launched Soon
    If a report from WindowsLatest is to be believed, then we are set to witness Microsoft’s Android-powered smartphones soon. An article published on WindowsLatest states that a Microsoft employee has claimed that the company is working on a “new line of phones.” The speculations have been made on the basis of a chat that has […]
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    Artificial Intelligence Will Help Indian Railways Predict The Life Of Tracks
    The Economic Times has reported that Indian Railways will put artificial intelligence to use to manage track maintenance blocks. An official from the railways said that the artificial intelligence technology, which is capable of detecting the condition of railway tracks, would soon be deployed to prepare a repair and replacement calendar. Indian railways accounts its unplanned […]
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    Project “SiliconX” Promises To Boost Battery Capacity By 500%
    We all have felt the pain of inadequacy, through attempts at finding a charger while our smartphone’s battery dies away. From closing background apps (Well! that’s a myth) to diminishing screen brightness, we have tried it all. Still, our devices barely make it through the day. But it seems like smartphones with low battery backup could […]
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    What Is Android Auto? How It Is Different From Google Maps?
    From thrilling road trips to picking up groceries from the nearby store, we use GPS navigation all the time. A navigation system acts as a light in a dark tunnel (it literally lights up!), helping us avoid traffic, travel safely, and optimize our route to reach the destination on time. However, interference from non-intuitive navigation systems has also contributed to […]
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    2016 US Elections: 12 Russian Spies Charged For Hacking
    The Department of Justice has indicted 12 Russian intelligence agents for “conspiring to interfere with the 2016 presidential elections,” Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein announced on Friday. The defendants worked for two GRU (Russia’s military intelligence service) units, one of which was tasked to steal information and another to disseminate it. They used “spearphishing” […]
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    Web designing is a mixture of programming and art that’s used as a way to represent our ideas in front of others. To help you out, in this tutorial, I’ll tell you about the best online web design courses that will help you to start learning new skills. With these free and paid courses, you’ll […]
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    Thumbs up New Corning Gorilla Glass 6 Will Protect Your Phone From 16 Consecutiv

    Many of us feel quite unlucky when it comes to handling our smartphone. I am sure some of you even carry a cracked screen. A survey conducted by Motorola concluded that at least 50% of smartphones users had experienced a shattered screen once in their life. The newly announced Corning Gorilla Glass 6 would entirely turn screen […]
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    Google Hints A Future Where Android Might NOT Be Free
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    Here’s How Hackers Are Using Google’s Servers To Host Malware For Free
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    Google Fined A Massive $5 Billion For Abusing Its Dominance in Android Ecosystem
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