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This World Of Warcraft Command Line Could Scam Gamers Of Their Gold

07/26/2016, Blizzard has stressed multiple times in the past that one should be wary of who they interact with on World of Warcraft. While most gamers are there to play the game, there are some who are there for more nefarious purposes, whether it be to hack your...

2018’s iPhones Could Sport Iris Scanners [Rumor]

07/25/2016, If the rumors are true, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 could come with an iris scanner. Iris scanners aren’t new, but with Samsung’s reach it is possible that the company could make it a more mainstream feature, kind of like what Apple did with fingerprint...

More Details About The Galaxy Note 7’s Iris Scanner Emerge

07/24/2016, Iris scanners on phones aren’t exactly new, although the ones that we’ve seen before weren’t exactly mainstream. If the rumors are true, Samsung could be taking it mainstream by launching it on the Galaxy Note 7. So far leaks and rumors have more or...

iOS 10 Will Warn Users About Unsecured WiFi Networks

07/22/2016, Connecting to WiFi is a great way to save your data for when you might need it, but sometimes connecting to WiFi might not be a good idea. For example while public WiFi is a nice feature, it can be dangerous as it means that other users can hook onto the...

The Galaxy Note 7’s Iris Scanner Could Have Limitations

07/22/2016, In a video released yesterday, it showed the alleged iris scanner on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and boy were we impressed. If the actual feature is anything like what we saw in the video, we reckon users will be pleased with how fast it is. While we have...

Iris Scanner On Galaxy Note 7 Caught In Action On Video

07/21/2016, One of the rumored features of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is its iris scanner, which thanks to a leaked photo the other day, we kind of know what to expect. However the question is, how fast does it work? How does the interface look like? Thanks...

Over 70,000 ATMs Will Soon Support Withdrawals Via Touch ID

07/17/2016, In recent times we’re starting to see ATMs support smartphones in the sense that smartphones could be used to withdraw money from them. This is done through mobile payment platforms like Apple Pay. However if you own an older iPhone that does not...

20 Year Old Windows Printer Security Vulnerability Discovered

07/13/2016, As much as developers try, at the end of the day there is no piece of software that is completely bug-free. This is because sometimes there are bugs and security vulnerabilities that one might not have even thought of when creating the software. Take for...

YouTube Videos Can Apparently Hijack Smartphones

07/11/2016, YouTube is home to tons of weird, funny, bizarre videos. However videos that could potentially hijack your smartphone? Apparently this is a thing, at least according to Professor Micah Sherr at Georgetown University. He claims that this is largely thanks...

US Government Claims ISIS Influence On Twitter Starting To Decline

07/11/2016, With the invention of social media, it seems that terrorists have found a new way to spread their message, organize attacks, and recruit followers. We have seen how they have used social media like Twitter to great effect, but apparently it seems that...

How To Beat Ransomware: Prevent, Don’t React

07/08/2016, Picture this: You’ve spent the last few weeks working on a tribute video for a friend’s 30th wedding anniversary. You collected photos and video clips and edited them together, laying over a soundtrack of their favorite songs. It was a real labor of...