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Clearing Browser History Could Be Seen As Obstruction Of Justice

06/04/2015, Sometimes when we don’t want people to know what we’ve been looking at on the internet, we launch incognito mode in our browsers, or alternatively we could just clear all browsing data including cookies, browsing history, and etc. However it seems...

Verizon Offers Up Its Cellphone Towers To Help With Drone Monitoring

06/03/2015, As drones become cheaper, more powerful, and more accessible, it is only a matter of time before everyone gets one of their own, whether it be just for entertainment purposes like how one might approach R.C. cars and helicopters, or professional purposes...

School Teacher Suspended For Signal Jamming Students Cellphones

06/03/2015, As more kids these days start getting their own smartphones, safe to say that being distracted in class has been taken to whole new levels. The more traditional ways of curbing this behavior would be to confiscate the device and return it to the students...

Typo Settles With BlackBerry, Will Cease The Sale Of Its Keyboards

06/01/2015, When Typo announced their keyboard accessory for the iPhone, straight away many were pointing out the similarities between its design and some of the keyboards found on BlackBerry handsets. BlackBerry thought so as well and filed a lawsuit against Typo...

Half Of Tidal’s Founders Could See Their Music Pulled

05/29/2015, When Jay-Z relaunched Tidal, he didn’t exactly do it alone as there were 15 artists in total, all of whom have an ownership stake in the company. Now while Tidal is billing itself to be a hi-fidelity music streaming service that plans to compensate...

Fitbit Responds To Jawbone’s Lawsuit And Allegations

05/28/2015, According to a report from yesterday, fitness wearable maker Jawbone filed a lawsuit against their rival and competitor Fitbit. Basically Jawbone accused Fitbit of poaching their employees and that those employees who left the company took sensitive...

Apple Watch User Fined For Using The Device While Driving

05/28/2015, Question: if you were to check your watch while driving, is it considered to be distracted while driving which in turn could make you viable to being fined? While you consider those implications, it seems that over in Quebec, Canada, a man has been fined...

Jawbone Accuses Fitbit Of Employee Poaching

05/27/2015, When we think of fitness wearables, there is a good chance you might be thinking of brands such as Jawbone or Fitbit. Both companies are considered to be rivals in the fitness wearables space and it looks like Jawbone is unhappy with the way Fitbit has...

Total Recall Brings Oculus To Court

05/22/2015, Total Recall, a Hawaii company, has recently sued Oculus VR (the company that recently sent out a special invite). Grounds for this legal entanglement? Total Recall claims that Oculus VR has misappropriated confidential information and proprietary...

Canadian Teen Pleads Guilty To 23 Counts Of Swatting

05/21/2015, By now we’re sure most of you guys have heard of the term “swatting” which is basically where the instigator calls the police claiming to have done something wrong and serious, and spoofing/giving them the address of their victim, in which an armed...

Rockstar Seeks To Block BBC From Airing Documentary On GTA

05/21/2015, Given how popular Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto 5 has proven to be, we’re sure many gamers are wondering what exactly goes on behind the scenes, like how the game was conceived, how it was created, and so on. In fact the BBC was planning on airing a...

Teen Launches DDoS Attack On His School District’s Network

05/20/2015, We’ve seen teens lash out in all sorts of ways, but with technology being so prevalent in our lives and with us depending so much on it, it seems that one way teens might have found a new way to disrupt our lives. According to a report from KTVB News,...

The Pirate Bay Moves To A Bunch Of New Domains

05/19/2015, Last year thanks to a raid by the Swedish police, The Pirate Bay was taken offline for several months. Now just when it seems that its “.se” domain appears to be stable, the Stockholm District Court has ordered that thepiratebay.se and piratebay.se...