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Judge Orders Sprint To Keep It WiMax Network Open For Now

11/05/2015, WiMax technology, like those used by Sprint back in the day, was launched many, many years ago and given how far along we’ve come in terms of telecommunications technology, like 4G LTE and with talk of 5G, safe to say that WiMax should have gone the way...

MPAA Was Behind The Shut Down Of YIFY

11/05/2015, Several days ago it was revealed that YIFY torrents had been shut down. The group was basically behind the release of many a movie and if there was ever a movie you wanted to torrent/pirate, chances are they had it. However at that time, the reason for...

Honda Drops Takata As Its Airbag Supplier

11/04/2015, When you purchase a car, you know the car’s brand, but chances are there are probably a ton of parts within a car that are made by other companies too, kind of like how smartphones have chipsets made by Qualcomm, Samsung, Apple, MediaTek, and etc. That...

Apple’s Terms & Conditions Adapted Into A Comic

11/04/2015, It is safe to say that the majority of us can’t be bothered reading the terms and conditions of software we use. After all they tend to be pretty draggy and for the most part, we sort of get what they’re trying to say, which is don’t pirate it, and...

Polaroid Sues GoPro Over The Hero4 Session

11/04/2015, Earlier this year Polaroid announced the WiFi-enabled Cube+ action camera. However it wasn’t too long after that GoPro announced the Hero4 Session, which based on its looks alone seemed to be more or less similar to what Polaroid had announced the month...

New UK Law Could Force Tech Companies To Hand Over Encryption Keys

11/03/2015, Love or hate Apple, if there is one thing that the company is doing right that most would agree on, is that they are giving its users the keys to the device’s encryption. This is what other companies such as Google have done as well, where basically...

FCC Hits MC Dean With $718,000 Fine Over WiFi Blocking

11/03/2015, WiFi found at convention centers and hotels are expensive and sometimes slow. However sometimes due to business reasons, guests absolutely need to WiFi and have no choice but to pay for it. Customers have found ways around it by using their phones as...

Snapchat Clarifies Its New Privacy Policy

11/02/2015, Yesterday Snapchat released an updated privacy policy. This is normal as from time to time, companies do make amendments. However what riled users up was in the policy, there was a section that seemed to suggest that Snapchat had the right to use and...

Popular Torrent Release Group YIFY Has Shut Down

11/02/2015, If you have ever searched for movie torrents, sometimes you find that some of the uploads come from a group named YIFY. Just like aXXo back in the day, YIFY is known for having a wide selection of movies and generally speaking good quality releases too,...

Developers Reward Gamers Who Read The Game’s Fine Print

10/29/2015, Let’s be honest, how many of us actually bothers to read the fine print when it comes to EULAs when we are installing apps or games? Most of us just scroll through or click “Agree” even if we hadn’t. Some developers, such as Blizzard, ensure that...

Drone Carrying Contraband Crashes In Oklahoma Prison

10/29/2015, The idea of drones being able to make deliveries sounds good. They can fly meaning that they can escape traffic on the ground, which in turn makes deliveries a lot faster. In fact companies like Amazon are hoping to make drone deliveries an actual thing....

Spotify Found To Reduce Piracy At The Cost Of Digital Purchases

10/28/2015, What made the iTunes model so successful was that it allowed music lovers to buy songs that they want, as opposed to being forced to buy an entire album just for one song. This ala carte system obviously worked, but even if a song was $0.99, there were...

Judge Clears Man Who Shot Down Drone Of Charges

10/28/2015, Back in July we reported that a man from Kentucky by the name of William Merideth shot down a drone that was flying over his house. He was then arrested for first-degree criminal mischief but as it turns out, it looks like the judge presiding over the...