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Russian YouTuber Faces Jail Time For Playing Pokemon GO In Church

05/02/2017, There’s a time and place for everything, like when to use your phone and when not to use it. Now using your phone while in a place of worship is usually frowned upon simply because it looks rude and it can be distracting for those who are there to pray...

Samsung Approved To Test Self-Driving Cars In South Korea

05/01/2017, Samsung is a company known for electronics like refrigerators, washing machines, TVs, computers, smartphones, and so on, but it seems that the company’s interest is expanding and to self-driving cars. In a report from The Investor, it seems that Samsung...

NSA Halts The Collection Of The Emails Of Americans

04/29/2017, It doesn’t matter if the emails you send are banal or innocent in nature, the fact that the NSA can collect your emails and read them without the need for a warrant has rubbed many people the wrong way, especially American citizens who basically felt...

Facebook Creators Can Earn Money From Stolen Videos

04/28/2017, Just like YouTube, Facebook has a problem with people stealing original content and reposting it under their own name or own page. This can be a problem for creators who are hoping to earn money through their videos, but not to worry because in...

Qualcomm Claims Apple Is Withholding Its Royalties Payments

04/28/2017, Earlier this year, Apple filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm claiming that the company had been overcharging them in royalties for technologies that they have nothing to do with. Apple even alleged that Qualcomm had withheld payments to Apple as a form of...

Fitbit Responds To Flex 2 Allegedly Exploding On Woman’s Wrist

04/28/2017, The other day we had reported that one woman had claimed that her Fitbit Flex 2 had exploded while on her wrist and left her with second-degree burns. No doubt this is a scary situation considering how many tech companies are pushing forwards with...

UK Government Worried About Fake News Ahead Of Elections

04/26/2017, Fake news is a huge problem and recently ahead of the elections in France, it seems that the country has been trying to deal with a flood of fake news hitting social media. France isn’t alone in their concerns over fake news because in a report from The...

Uber Finds Themselves In Legal Trouble In South Korea

04/26/2017, The concept and idea behind Uber makes great sense and it is also fantastic as far as the end-user is concerned. However as far as regulators and competitors are concerned, many don’t seem to be too pleased with Uber’s tactics and how they skirt...

Dutch Court Bars Apple From Replacing iPads With Refurbished Units

04/26/2017, Under Apple Care if you were to send in your device and it were to be replaced, sometimes what you end up with is a refurbished unit. What this means is that this device has been used before, but it has been cleaned up and has had certain parts replaced...

Murdered Woman’s Fitbit Led Police To Her Killer

04/25/2017, Like it or not, our wearables contain a lot of information about ourselves and our activities that you might not be aware of. Sure, it might be a bit creepy, but in this particular instance, police actually managed to use the data on a murdered woman’s...

Google Seeing An Increase In Government Data Requests

04/24/2017, Thanks to the leaked documents uploaded onto the internet by former CIA contractor Edward Snowden, the way we look at privacy has forever been changed. What was shocking was how governments have been spying on its citizens, which in turn has led tech...

Canada Kills Carrier’s Plan To Offer Unlimited Music To Customers

04/23/2017, Over in the US, you have carriers such as T-Mobile who offer up music and movie streaming plans for its customers that do not eat into their regular data. Basically as long as you are streaming from one of their partners, it will not count towards your...