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Apple Claims That Face ID Did Not ‘Fail’ During iPhone X Demo

09/14/2017, Just the other day Apple unveiled the iPhone X, the company’s first iPhone with an OLED display and also the first iPhone to sport the new Face ID facial recognition technology. The feature was touted as being quick, secure, and flawless, but Craig...

This Is How Apple’s Face ID Setup Process Looks Like

09/10/2017, According to the rumors, the upcoming iPhone 8 is said to feature a new security system in the form of facial recognition, which might apparently actually act as a replacement for Touch ID (and also represents a huge gamble on Apple’s part). We’ve yet...


New Report ‘Confirms’ iPhone 8 Will Not Have Touch ID

09/07/2017, Touch ID has become somewhat standard and expected from the iPhone ever since Apple introduced it on the iPhone 5s. However we have heard rumors that the upcoming iPhone 8 could skip Touch ID and introduce a new facial scanning feature as an alternative,...

Samsung Launches Bug Bounty Program For Its Smartphones

09/07/2017, As we have said many times before, no software can ever be 100% secure or perfect, because it is impossible for a company to test the endless possibilities of user behavior or the various attack combinations that hackers might use to try and break it,...

Instagram API Bug Allowed Hackers Access To Personal Information

08/31/2017, If you have been following celebrity news, you might have heard that singer Selena Gomez’s Instagram was hacked and where nude photos of her ex Justin Bieber were posted online. Instagram has since confirmed the hack and has also acknowledged that it...

Andy Rubin Apologizes For Essential Email Snafu

08/31/2017, Recently you might have heard how Essential customers might be facing a phishing attack after there were reports that a few customers were receiving emails from the company asking them for additional verifying information about their orders. Given that...

FBI Reportedly Advising Companies To Ditch Kaspersky Apps

08/21/2017, When it comes to security apps for the computer, there are various software suites out there that you can use, and Kaspersky is one of them. However in a report from CyberScoop, it seems that the FBI is advising companies in the private sector to ditch...

Smartphone Replacement Displays Could Let Hackers Into Your Phone

08/21/2017, There are various reasons why it’s a good idea to go for official repairs. For example official repairs tend to use official parts, meaning that they’re more or less guaranteed to work. They also come with official warranty so in the event that...

Gmail For iOS Will Warn You About Phishing Links

08/11/2017, If you’ve been using the internet long enough, there’s a good chance that you are probably well-versed in the more common scams that are finding their way online, such as spam emails with phishing links. However sometimes these emails and links can be...

iPhone 8’s Facial Recognition Could Be Used By Third-Party Apps

08/09/2017, When Apple first launched Touch ID, it was pretty much limited in terms of its usage, where it could only be used to unlock the iPhone and facilitate purchases via iTunes or Apple Pay. However Apple eventually opened it up to third-party apps who want a...