Ad blockers are a huge deal for iOS. Prior to iOS 9, only Android had the ability to install ad blockers on its phone, but with the release of Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS users finally have a legitimate means of doing so. That being said, it seems that in our rush to embrace ad blockers, it has resulted in potential security breaches.
In a report from TechCrunch, Apple has removed several iOS ad blockers for installing root certificates. One of those ad blockers is Been Choice which basically allows the blocking of ads within apps (iOS ad blockers only blocks ads on Safari). This sounds great, but unfortunately in the process it has left iOS devices open to man-the-the-middle attacks. Read full post →Apple Removing iOS Ad Blockers That Install Root Certificates
If you own a PlayStation 4 and would love to be able to control the console, navigate the interface, use apps, play Blu-Ray discs and DVDs without having to rely on the controller, you might be interested to learn that Sony has announced plans to launch a Universal Media Remote control.
What does the remote do? Basically it does everything that we mention above. In addition to that and because of the “universal” in its name, the remote will also be able to control up to an additional three devices, like your TV, set-top box, and audio-receiver. So if you hate juggling multiple remote controls for each and every single device, this remote is for you. Read full post →Sony Announces Universal Media Remote For The PS4