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EE Recalls Power Bar Over Potential Fire Hazard

08/05/2015, Battery packs are great because they provide us with additional juice while we’re out and about. However it seems that due to the fact that they basically pack lithium-ion batteries under the hood, there is a certain degree of danger to them. In fact...

Drone Unsuccessfully Delivers Drugs And Tobacco In A Prison Yard

08/05/2015, Amazon wants to make drone deliveries a thing, but unsurprisingly regulators such as the FAA are a bit worried about that and we can see why. According to a report from the Mansfield News Journal, it seems that about a week ago, a drone flew over a prison...

Popular Twitch Streamer Fakes His Own Swatting, Gets Banned

08/03/2015, Swatting is no joke. For those who are unfamiliar with the process, basically it involves someone calling the police and claiming that a crime such as murder or a hostage situation is taking place at another address. Given the crime, the police will...

Google Rejects France’s Request To Delist Links Globally

07/31/2015, As you might have heard, Google in Europe agreed that they would entertain requests for the right to be forgotten, basically giving internet users a chance to have information about themselves delisted on Google’s search pages. However as expected, this...

Man Shoots Down Drone Flying Over His House

07/29/2015, Say you caught someone staring into your house through your window. Naturally this invasion of privacy will not sit well with you, so we can only imagine that must be what William Meredith felt when he spotted a drone flying over his house last weekend,...

UK Campaign Calls For Childrens’ “Right To Be Forgotten”

07/28/2015, ldWe were all young once, and thankfully for some of us, our young and stupid mistakes were made in a time when there was no internet, no social media, and when the world was a lot less connected than today. Nowadays saying the wrong thing online can...

AT&T Wants FCC To Drop $100 Million Fine For Data Throttling

07/28/2015, Back in June, the FCC slapped US carrier AT&T with an eye-watering $100 million fine for allegedly misleading customers about giving them unlimited data. Safe to say this $100 million fine is a huge amount and it looks like AT&T is not too pleased...

EE Power Bar Explodes, Causes Burns To Victim’s Hand

07/28/2015, They say that you shouldn’t sleep with your electronics plugged in next to you for safety reasons, but for many this has become the norm. After all it’s convenient especially since our phones can also double up as alarm clocks. However in the case of...

Google Fights Patent Trolls By Giving Away Some Patents

07/24/2015, In the past we have seen how patent trolls sue companies over very vague patents that they own. Sometimes they’re successful, sometimes they’re not, but the idea is to try and force companies into coming up with a settlement agreement to avoid further...

eSports League Will Soon Begin Testing Players For Drugs

07/23/2015, In athletic competitions such as boxing, tennis, golf, and etc., athletes are constantly subjected to testing for performance enhancing drugs. It makes sense because sometimes some drugs give players an unfair advantage of others who aren’t on drugs,...

Movie Studios Report Themselves To Google For Takedown Requests

07/23/2015, We can only assume that on a daily basis, movie studios have some kind of system in place where they scan for torrent activity for their movies, as well as scour the web for any links or listings that will take users to piracy websites where they can...

Apple Music Scrutinized By Consumer Watchdog Group

07/22/2015, Apple Music was launched not too long ago and while we doubt it has become the biggest music streaming platform (that title still belongs to Spotify for now), its popularity is no doubt catching the eye of regulators. In fact recently the Consumer...