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    Thumbs up Massive Facebook Security Breach Compromises 50 Million Users, Zuckerb

    In an official blog post, Facebook has confirmed that at least 50 million user accounts have been affected due to a newly discovered security flaw. The bug that has wrecked this havoc is related to Facebook’s “View As” feature, which allows you to view your profile as seen by some other user. By exploiting this flaw, […]
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    Hacker “Cancels” Plan To Live Stream Attack To Delete Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Page
    Original story continues from here — This Sunday, you might witness something interesting. Chang Chi-yuan, a hacker from Taiwan, has claimed that he’ll broadcast his hacking attempt to erase Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s public page from the social networking site. As per a report from Bloomberg, Chang plans to go live at 6 p.m. local […]
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    Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro Launched With 4 Cameras & Notch: Read Price, Full Specs Here
    Xiaomi has unveiled the Redmi Note 6 Pro that comes with a dual front and dual back camera. The phone is very much like its predecessor with a few key differences such as the display notch. Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro Specifications The display screen now features 6.26-inch full-HD+IPS LCD full-screen panel with a 19:9 aspect ratio. The […]
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    iPhone Won’t Turn On? Here Are 5 Quick Ways To Restart Your iPhone
    Apple has made iPhones one of the smartest devices you can purchase today. However, it is prone to faults, and it might happen that your iPhone won’t turn on due to software or hardware related issues. There could be many reasons why your iPhone won’t turn on. Some of the commonly faced issues are software crash, […]
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    Julian Assange Quits As The Editor Of Wikileaks: Here’s Why
    Julian Assange, the editor of Wikileaks whistleblowing site that publishes leaks and secret information, has stepped down from his position. After being denied the access to the internet and other forms of communication by the Ecuadorian Embassy in the UK, the founder of Wikileaks has described his decision “due to the extraordinary circumstances.” Assange will […]
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    Ultimate Windows 10 Bloatware Removal Tool | MSMG Toolkit: Delete Bloatware, Cortana, Windows Defender
    A Windows 10 OS installation that’s free of all the telemetry data collection, a nagging Cortana, and practically all bloatware — sounds tempting, doesn’t it? Well, strap right in then. A tool called the MSMG toolkit allows you to do just that. And we will show you how to this in simple steps. First of […]
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    Mobile Websites Can Access Your Smartphone’s Sensors Without Permission
    Your mobile has a swathe of sensors that are used for adjusting your phone’s orientation, movement, detecting IR light, and biometric authentication. While mobile apps require you to grant access if data has to be collected from your phone’s sensors, there are no such rules for mobile websites. And many popular websites are using it […]
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    Ubuntu 18.10 “Cosmic Cuttlefish” Beta Released: Download All Flavors Here
    After the April release of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, the Canonical development team has announced the final beta of Ubuntu 18.10 Desktop, Server, and Cloud editions. Ubuntu 18.10 was codenamed Cosmic Cuttlefish — a name that doesn’t need any explanation — by Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth. A highlight point of this beta release is that it’s the final and […]
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    Tesla CEO Elon Musk Charged For Fraud By The SEC
    Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, has been charged for fraud by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over his tweets that falsely claimed of taking the company private. These tweets allegedly hurt Tesla investors and also disrupted the market. The company is also expected to be sued, but Tesla has not been named as a defendant in […]
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    Oppo Find X Will Be The World’s First Smartphone With 10GB Of Ram
    Rumors of 10GB RAM smartphones have been doing rounds for a while now. Companies like Vivo and Asus seem to be developing such a phone. But it appears Oppo will be the first one to finish the race. A tweet by the Ice Universe has revealed pictures of a filing with TENAA (a Chinese regulatory body) […]
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    Thumbs up Google Launches Its Game Streaming Service: Now Play Games In Chrome W

    After the much wait and speculation, Google has finally lifted the curtains off its under-development game streaming project. Called Project Stream, this service aims to bring the ability to stream games right inside the Chrome browser. For the starting, Google has partnered with Ubisoft to bring the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Odyssey to your computer’s Chrome […]
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    This Cafe Accepts Your Personal Data As Money
    Sick of paying money for coffee at your favorite chain? Well, this Japanese cafe offers free coffee, but for a different currency. At Japanese chain Shiru Cafe, you pay with your personal information, instead of money. Students and faculty members give away their ID which includes personal information like names, dates of birth and work experience. Afterward, they […]
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    Ads In WhatsApp Status Are Coming Soon: Reports
    WhatsApp was originally designed to be an ad-free platform by its co-founders Brian Acton and Jan Koum. Now that the messenger is in the hands of Facebook, things are about to get really annoying with the introduction of ads. Popular WhatsApp tracker WABetaInfo has found evidence of a new version that will show ads in the Status […]
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    23 Advanced Bing Search Tips And Tricks You Should Know
    Even though Google dominates the search engine market worldwide, Bing has created a niche for itself where millions of users prefer it over Google. While there are many Google search tricks, Bing also has search engine shortcuts and several advanced features that can be used to get better and accurate search results. These Bing search tips and tricks will […]
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    Default Settings In Telegram App Exposes IP Address When Calls Are Initiated
    Telegram, which is a posing a stiff challenge for WhatsApp in the terms of features and security was facing a flaw that exposed IP address of users when a call is initiated. As reported by Bleeping Computer, a default setting of Telegram is to be blamed for making available the IP addresses when calls are […]
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    Microsoft Re-Open Sources MS-DOS 1.25 and 2.0 Codes On GitHub
    Microsoft is “re-releasing” the source codes for MS-DOS 1.25 and 2.0 operating systems that were written in 1983. One of the most important software in computer history, MS-DOS, an OS developed and sold by Microsoft, has been opened for the second time. In 2014, the original source codes were transferred to the Computer History Museum. It […]
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    Best Buy Accidentally Sells 3rd Generation Google Chromecast Before Its Official Release
    How do you buy something that is not released yet? Apparently, /GroveStreetHomie did, and the best thing is that the retailer even let him walk away with the unreleased product. Apart from the Pixel 3 devices, Google is set to release a bunch of other devices like Wireless charging gear, a new Pixelslate, Pixel Buds, and 3rd […]
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    Google To Pay $9 Billion To Apple For Staying Default Search Engine In iPhone
    Google has been the number one search engine because of its accurate results and the fact that it “pays” for it. As reported by the Business Insider, Google is set to pay Apple $9 billion this year for staying the default search engine in iPhone. According to an estimate by Rod Hall from Goldman Sach, […]
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    FBI Forces Child Abuse Suspect To Unlock iPhone Using His FaceID
    According to a report by Forbes, the FBI recently forced an iPhone X owner to unlock the phone using his face. This is the first known case in which feds used the FaceID feature to get access to some suspect’s smartphone. Last year when Apple launched iPhone X with FaceID feature, legal questions were raised: […]
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    Facebook Could Face $1.63 Billion Fine Over Latest Hack Under GDPR
    On Friday, Facebook announced that they faced yet another data breach which led to the exposure of as many as 50 million accounts. The attackers managed to grab hold of the tokens of accounts through ‘View As’ feature of the social media platform. The Wall Street Journal has reported that Ireland’s Data Protection Commission, the leading […]
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    Thumbs up Apple And Amazon Strongly Deny Claims Of Chinese Spy Chips On Their Se

    Recently, an explosive Bloomberg report claimed that the Chinese spies had placed tiny microchips in servers used by companies like Apple and Amazon to control internal networks. In response to this, both Apple and Amazon have strongly denied these claims that their servers were compromised by Chinese spies. The report alleged that both the companies discovered […]
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    Apple Blocking Third-Party Repairs On New MacBook Pros With Diagnostics Software
    Apple is using new proprietary software diagnostic tools that make it harder to conduct third-party repairs on iMac Pro and 2018 MacBook Pro. This software ensures that if a device undergoes key part repairs from an unauthorized service provider, it will result in an “inoperative system and an incomplete repair.” The device won’t be usable until the Apple Service Toolkit […]
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    Elon Musk Takes A Jibe At SEC On Twitter After Being Forced To Quit
    Elon Musk decided to step down as the chairman of Tesla as a part of the settlement between him and Securities and Exchange Commission after the charges of security fraud were levied on him. Now, the Tesla CEO trolled SEC on Twitter. He said: “Just want to that the Shortseller Enrichment Commission is doing incredible […]
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    Instagram’s New Prototype Shares Your Location With Facebook
    It’s not a week since Instagram’s founders resigned from their positions after a strained relationship with Zuckerberg and clash of ideologies to run the business. Facebook has already started tightening the noose on Instagram. A prototype privacy setting has been spotted on Instagram that allows you to share your location history with Facebook. This geo-tagged […]
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    Fitbit Data Leads To An 90-Year Old Alleged Killer Of His Stepdaughter
    I reckon you wouldn’t have imagined murder-solving to be one of the perks of using Fitbit Fitness Tracker. However, that seems to be the case here. Seemingly, police were able to capture a 90-year old alleged killer only because of the Fitbit band, attached to the victim device. After Mr. Aiello’s stepdaughter, Karen Navarra, (67) […]
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    Hacked Facebook Logins Are Available On Dark Web Just For $3.90: Report
    Facebook recently suffered a massive breach of login tokens that posed a risk to 50 million accounts all over the world. A recent article by The Independent reveals that the hacked data is available on Dark Web and can be grabbed for as low as $3.90. There are many listings found the Dark Web that […]
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    OnePlus CEO Explains The Hidden Story Behind OnePlus 6T “Screen Unlock”
    OnePlus next-generation flagship – OnePlus 6T is only a couple weeks away from its official launch. While we already know about the OnePlus in-display fingerprint sensor, company CEO has shed some light on the working of the new technology. Calling it “Screen Unlock”, Pete states that the new OnePlus device uses optical fingerprint module, which […]
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    Want To Watch Free Web Shows? Plex Launches Free Service
    Just yesterday, we told you about BitTorrent and piracy making a comeback due to increasing Netflix competitors that are creating great exclusive content. There are many free services available for movies and TV shows, but people keep looking for more content. To give you access to more free content to watch, Plex has launched a […]
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    Wi-Fi 6 Will Arrive Next Year; Wi-Fi Versions To Get Simpler Names
    For years now, Wi-Fi versions have been named as a combination of numbers, alphabets, and special symbols. For example, 802.11ab, 802.11n or a/b/g/n. However, things are set to change now. Wi-Fi Alliance, the group that offers IEEE-defined names for Wi-Fi versions, has decided to make the names simpler from now onwards. The next Wi-Fi version […]
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    Razer Claims Sila Is The “Fastest Gaming Router” Out There
    Razer, the company that manufactures gaming hardware and software, has introduced a new router looks like is a boon for gamers. Entering the router market with Sila, a gaming-focused router, Razer said that it specializes in fast and reliable Wi-Fi. Sila features a dual algorithm hybrid wireless mesh that ensures that there are no dead spots […]
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    Thumbs up 10 Best Google Chrome Alternatives | Most Private Web Browsers In 2018

    Google Chrome dominates the browser market worldwide with a massive 60% share, leaving the rest to other web browsers. To be honest, Chrome provides a really good web browsing experience with a seamless functioning across multiple devices. However, we all know that such a smooth experience comes at a cost — our personal data. We […]
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    AMD’s New “Dynamic Local Mode” Brings Up To 50% Performance Boost
    With Intel struggling to maintain the demand and address its manufacturing challenges, AMD has been responding well to the opportunity. With the Ryzen processors, the company has been able to offer some real competition to Intel. Just recently, the company shared information regarding a new feature named Dynamic Local Mode. This new software automatically migrates the […]
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    12.5 Million Hacked Email Archives Available Publicly: Report
    Digital Shadows, a security research firm, conducted a research that uncovered 33,000 hacked email credentials of finance departments from different business entities. Out of these, 83% of the compromised email credentials are available with password information. Compromising email accounts via phishing campaigns has become utterly common. According to Rick Holland from Digital Shadows, “With the […]
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    Linux Code Of Conduct Might See Some Changes Before 4.19 Release
    The Linux development saw some big changes in the recent weeks — Linus Torvalds went on a break from Linux development, and a new Code of Conduct was also introduced to make the community more welcoming. It seems that the Code of Conduct will see some changes before Linux kernel 4.19 is released. As reported […]
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    Microsoft Open Sources Its Infer.NET Machine Learning AI Code
    Microsoft has announced that they are making their Infer.NET framework open source for commercial applications. Infer.NET is a machine learning framework that is used in a large number of Microsoft products like XBox, Azure, and Microsoft Office. The Redmond-based company started the development of the framework in 2004 in their research lab in Cambridge and […]
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    Google Pixel 3 XL Is Already Selling In Hong Kong Before Launch
    Undoubtedly, Google Pixel 3 stands in one of the most leaked devices of all time. Majority of these leaks came from a Russian guy who allegedly sold a bunch unreleased version of the device. Following which, Google Pixel 3 XL unboxing videos started surfacing on YouTube. Fast forward to today, Engadget has also managed to get […]
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    Apple’s A12 Bionic Chip Is Almost As Fast As “Best Desktop CPUs”: AnandTech
    AnandTech, the reputed tech hardware portal, is out with its annual in-depth review of new iPhones released by Apple. The review thoroughly analyzes different aspects of iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max. The researchers at AnandTech conducted thorough benchmarking and examination of both the iPhones and the results were astonishing. According to the review, Apple […]
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    Facebook And Apple Confirm Their Servers Were Hit By Chinese Malware
    In a bombshell report earlier this week, Bloomberg revealed that tiny spy chips were planted on Apple and Amazon’s servers by Chinese spies. And yesterday, we saw official responses from the company strongly denying the occurrence of such an incident. The servers in question were made by Supermicro. Now the latest report tells us that some of those […]
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    Microsoft Pulls Windows 10 October 2018 Update Due To Massive Bug
    Yesterday, we reported that the latest Windows 10 October 2018 Update is deleting files stored on the computers of users. Many Redditors and Microsoft forum users complained regarding the issue, and it looks like the company has listened to them. In a recent development, Redmond has pulled the October 2018 update due the file deletion […]
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    Windows 10 October 2018 Update Can Delete Your Files: Here’s What You Can Do
    The latest Windows 10 October 2018 update was made available earlier this week along with the launch of new Surface devices at the Microsoft event. Many eagers users have already downloaded and installed the new updates but it appears that there is a serious issue which involves the loss of user data. Shortly, after the update, […]
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    Thumbs up Windows 10 October 2018 Update Is Once Again Available For Download

    A few days ago, Microsoft had to pull back the Windows 10 v1809 October 2018 update after multiple reports of data loss due to update surfaced. The bug was quite serious, and it resulted in the deletion of files including documents, pictures, other media, and even previously installed programs. The extent of wipeout ranged from a […]
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    Google’s Argument For Pixel 3 XL Massive Notch Seems Pretty Weak
    On Tuesday, Google announced two new flagship phones – Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL along with a bunch of some other devices. But the launch event didn’t go as expected. Many people are, in fact, unhappy about the new devices. The disappointment is not because of the massive leaks that were flooding […]
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    Microsoft Open Sources 60,000 Patents To Protect Linux & Open Source
    Open Invention Network (OIN) is an open source patent group that works to make sure that Linux is safe from the fury of IP lawsuits. OIN owns more than 1,000 patents and it consists of 2,500+ members, including SUSE, Google, IBM, Red Hat, etc. In a landmark development, Microsoft, the maker of the open source […]
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    Razer Phone 2 Launched For “Ultimate Gaming”; Features 50% Brighter Screen & Wireless Charging
    Razer, the well-known PC hardware company, has launched its second generation of gaming phone named Razer Phone 2 today. The device brings impressive and required upgrades to the already popular Razer Phone. Designed for hardcore gamers as well as a high-end smartphone user, Razer Phone 2 features 8 GB of RAM, 64 GB storage and […]
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    Apple Could Offer Its Original TV Content For Free To All Apple Device Owners
    Apple is working on a new digital video streaming services to compete with the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime Videos and Hulu. As per the previously known information, the streaming service will offer Apple’s Original content as well as the content from different production houses and media companies. However, CNBC has reported that Apple will offer […]
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    Andy Rubin’s Essential Working On AI Phone That Can Text And Send Emails For You
    Android creator Andy Rubin is reportedly working on a new kind of phone that will mimic user behavior and automatically respond to their messages on their behalf. The new device won’t be anything like a standard smartphone design. It would come with a small screen that would provide a UI for users to interact with […]
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    Hackers Can Take Control Of Your WhatsApp Just With A Video Call: Update Now
    Natalie Silvanovich, a Google Project Zero security researcher, has uncovered a critical security flaw in WhatsApp. The flaw could allow a notorious actor to make a video call and take complete control of your messaging application. Memory corruption bug in WhatsApp's non-WebRTC video conferencing implementation https://t.co/5sCmNznh4P — Natalie Silvanovich (@natashenka) October 9, 2018 The bug […]
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    The Journey Of NOTCH In Pictures: Started From The Bottom, Now We’re At Pixel 3
    Notch, as you would know, is the hottest trend in the smartphone market in 2018. The once associated with tags like ‘ugly,’ ‘ridiculous’ and ‘hideous’ has become a major part of premium smartphones. And now with the new (Read leaked multiple times) Pixel 3, the whole notch saga has taken an ugly turn of events, […]
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    Google Pixel 3 Gets New Creepy But Useful Features: Duplex And Call Screen
    Leaving the Google Pixel Event trolls aside, the drama wasn’t entirely boring. Though very little, we got to see at least a few exciting things. Like the Google Duplex Support coming on Google Pixel 3 device, starting next month. Also, there is a new feature known as Call Screen. Let’s dive in a little deeper […]
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    7 New Features Of Google Pixel 3 Camera | How Do They Work?
    Google just announced next-generation flagship phones – Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL. Considering the massive amount of leaks and rumors, most of us already had a pretty good idea about the upcoming device. However, not everything about the Google Pixel event was boring as it sounds. For instance, the new and upgraded […]
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    Thumbs up Linux Smartphone Librem 5 Will Ship With GNOME 3.32

    Last month, Purism announced that its Librem 5 Linux smartphone will ship in April 2019; earlier, it was scheduled to arrive in January 2019. It seems that the developers will now get sufficient time to ship their phone with GNOME 3.32. In a blog post, the project urged the app developers to “use libhandy 0.0.4 […]
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    Windows 10 Guide: How to Fix Audio Issues in Windows 10 PCs
    I‘ve always stressed the importance of some serious hardware from the house of Microsoft that can showcase the abilities of a Windows operating system to the fullest. With Surface Pro and Surface Book, the company has been able to do so. Along the similar lines, due to the external hardware and Windows software conflicts, mostly […]
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    Apple Files Patent To Combat Spoofed Calls On iPhone
    If reports from AppleInsider are to be believed, then Apple is working on a system to help users detect calls from telemarketers and warn users about the same. While some people route the calls received from unknown numbers directly to their voicemail, telemarketers are also stepping up their game by inventing workarounds such as call […]
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    World’s Fastest Camera Freezes Time And Light At 10 Trillion Frames Per Second
    Technology has advanced to the level that machines can perform operations that were considered outright impossible for human beings. T-CUP – the world’s fastest camera is developed by Jinyang Liang who is an INRS professor and ultrafast imaging specialist. He, with the help of his colleagues, has developed the T-CUP camera that captures ten trillion frames per […]
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    Most Popular Android Versions In September 2018 (Always Updated List)
    Android is the most used operating system on the planet. In fact, it’s almost omnipresent in the mobile ecosystem. Even the Android versions, like Nougat, Marshmallow, Lollipop, etc. have been able to build their individual fan following. Google is very punctual in releasing the market share of these Android versions on a monthly basis. This data gets […]
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    Global Internet Outage Over Next 48 Hours Could Affect Some Users, According To ICANN
    ICANN has scheduled the Root Zone Key Signing Key (KSK) Rollover for today, and it could affect some DNS users all over the world. By Rolling the KSK, ICANN implies that a new cryptographic public and private key pair will be generated and the private key will be distributed to internet service providers, enterprise network […]
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    Fortnite Is Now Available For All Android Users With Compatible Devices
    After months on an invite-basis pattern, Fortnite for Android is now officially available for everyone on all compatible devices. The Battle Royal game, which was earlier in beta version, is now shipping as a stable release on the Epic website. Fortnite for Android didn’t come out easy. After watching iOS users enjoying the game for a long time, […]
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    Watch Boston Dynamic’s Humanoid Robot Do Parkour Like A Pro
    A couple of years ago when Boston Dynamics unveiled a new generation of Atlas robot, it was capable of strolling in the woods, balancing on one leg and do a backflip. The last time we saw the humanoid robot, it had managed to perfect its running skills, and it managed to hop over logs even though […]
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    Facebook Rolls Out 3D Photos In News Feed
    Earlier this year at its developer conference F8, Facebook showed off a new feature named 3D photos. With the help of this, a user could take a normal 2D picture and turn it into a 3D photo to make a Facebook post more lively. However, to take advantage of this feature, one needs to take a […]
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    Samsung Galaxy A9 Is Here: The World’s First Smartphone With 4 Cameras
    In today’s 4x Fun event, Samsung just announced Galaxy A9 2018 edition. But it’s not a usual mid-range device; in fact, it’s the world first smartphone to hold quad camera setup, on the back. In the new Samsung Galaxy A9, first and foremost there is a main 24 MP f/1.7 camera. Then, an Ultra Wide 120-degree lens with […]
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    Thumbs up Google Pixel 3 XL iFixit Teardown Reveals Samsung OLED Display

    iFixit teardown of smartphones is something people follow up closely. Just like always, tech enthusiasts were casually excited for the Google Pixel 3 XL teardown. However, the teardown didn’t go as expected. As it turns out, Google Pixel 3 XL is using a Samsung OLED display. Apparently, the “6.3-inch QHD+ Flexible OLED is a Samsung working. No […]
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    Facebook Portal Can Collect Your Data For Displaying Targeted Ads
    When Facebook launched Portal — a handsfree video calling device — to compete with Amazon Alexa and Google Home Hub, there was a hullabaloo regarding the privacy and collection of data by the device. Given Facebook’s reputation in handling users’ data and recent cases of breach, everybody thought that it is a dumb move by […]
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    20 Best Legal Alternatives To Sites Like Pirate Bay, KAT, Yify, 123movies, Putlocker
    I am sure many of you remember the golden days of torrents when it was easily accessible and offered really good content. However, in recent years, due to crackdown on torrents like KickassTorrents, several file-sharing websites have been shut down. While there are mirror sites to substitute the original ones, they come with their share […]
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    This iPhone Passcode Bypass Allows Hackers To View And Share Your Images
    Tech enthusiasts trying to bypass iPhone security is not something novel. Hackers, all over the world, try to do it all the time. In response, Apple keeps improving its software to keep a tap on the new hacks. Today, we have encountered another such hack. This iOS passcode hack apparently lets hackers to view and share […]
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    elementary OS 5 Juno Is Finally Released — Know Best New Features And Download Here
    After months of development, the developers of user-friendly Linux distro elementary OS have achieved a major milestone. They’ve just released elementary OS 5 Juno, which is a considerable version name jump given the fact that last release was 0.4. This jump to 5.0 doesn’t come out of anywhere. This release comes with a ton of […]
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    Facebook Sued By Advertisers For Hiding Ad-Metrics Error For More Than A Year
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