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Toys “R” Us Files For Bankruptcy

09/19/2017, While plenty of huge retail chains out there sell toys for kids, it’s hard not to associate toys with retailer Toys “R” Us, who we’re sure many of our readers have had fond memories of when growing up, especially since the retailer managed to...

These Sniffer Dogs Can Be Used To Detect Hidden Data Devices

09/17/2017, When going to an airport, it isn’t uncommon to see sniffer dogs walking about. This is to help sniff out anyone who might be trying to smuggle things like explosives or drugs onto planes (in addition to security screening systems). However it seems that...

Apple Says Face ID Can Be Disabled In Emergency Situations

09/15/2017, There are many burning questions that many have about the new Face ID security feature found on Apple’s new iPhone X. Many of these questions will most likely be answered when the phone is released and people have had more time to play around with it,...

Law Enforcement Officials Not A Fan Of Apple’s Face ID Security

09/14/2017, Security features like passcodes, fingerprint scanners, and facial recognition systems are designed to help protect our mobile devices against thieves and those who plan to pry into our private lives. Unfortunately it seems that these security measures...

That Infamous Monkey Selfie Lawsuit Finally Comes To An End

09/12/2017, A couple of years ago, photographer David Slater was out and about shooting photos in the wild when a monkey by the name of Naruto took his camera and snapped what could be considered the world’s first monkey selfie. It seemed like a rather humorous...

UN’s Aviation Agency Looking To Establish Global Drone Registry

09/10/2017, The idea of registering drones with the government isn’t new, and in fact the idea was implemented by the US a couple of years ago, with similar ideas being considered by Russia, and alternative concepts being looked at by countries such as the UK, all...

Malaysian Government Blocks Country’s Access To Steam Store

09/08/2017, Video games can be controversial in their nature, and sometimes one could argue that it is simply fiction or creative freedom, but that doesn’t mean that they won’t run afoul of governments in various countries. For example over in China, Blizzard had...

Game Of Thrones Season 7 Pirated 1 Billion Times

09/08/2017, It is no secret that Game of Thrones is one of the most pirated TV shows to date, and as the show progresses along with its story, things naturally get more intense and people are more tuned in than ever, especially given the fact that there will be a...

Patent Troll Ends Up Paying Kaspersky To Settle Lawsuit

08/31/2017, How patent trolls work is that they take a patent they own, which can sometimes be rather vague, and sue a company (or multiple companies) over it. The reason they do it is because most of the time companies would much prefer to settle it rather than drag...

Google Uses Machine Learning To Help Journalists Track Hate Crimes

08/20/2017, Hate crimes unfortunately happen all over the world, such as in America, and according to Google, it is difficult to track since apparently very little official data is collected on such incidents, which makes it harder for journalists to do their jobs on...