We have heard rumors of a Google Nexus 8, and in all honesty it isn’t that far fetched. After all Google has had devices of different sizes, such as the Nexus 7 and the Nexus 10 as far as tablets are concerned, so it wouldn’t be a stretch of the imagination to think that an 8-inch tablet would be on the list as well.
Now for the most part, Google has used Qualcomm’s chipsets for its devices and unsurprisingly so considering that Qualcomm is a big name and popular choice when it comes to chipsets for mobile devices. However recent reports have suggested and corroborated the fact that Google could be turning to Intel for its Nexus 8.
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WhatsApp, for those unfamiliar, is one of the more popular instant messaging apps in the world. It was also recently acquired by Facebook. However it seems that despite the app being somewhat solid and good to use, there are some security flaws in the app itself which opens it up to hackers who wish to get their hands on message history.
This is according to Bas Bosschert, a technical consultant who has more than 10 years of experiencing with Linux and Unix, who claims to have recently discovered a flaw in which developers or hackers will be able to access WhatsApp users’ message history.
Read full post →Security Flaw Allows WhatsApp’s Message History To Be Accessed By Hackers