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Huawei Denies New Allegations Of Intentional Software Vulnerability

01/16/2014, In an interesting turn of events, it seems that Huawei has recently been accused of purposely allowing their products to have weak holes to allow spy agencies, like the NSA, to easily hack into them for spying purposes. Like we said this is rather ironic...

Pin Screen On A Building Looks Out Of This World

01/15/2014, I am quite sure that when many of us were growing up, we did come across a frame that is full of sliding steel pins that could create a 3D image of whatever solid you placed behind it – such as your hand, or the perennial favorite, a face. Well, how...

Pokémon Chart Shows Off All Sizes And Shapes

01/15/2014, So much for catching them all – there are just way too many Pokémon for someone to keep track of, but when it comes to something special, or a close affinity to the game, the landscape changes completely. For Pokémon fans who have always been...

Japanese Government To Tax Foreign Downloads In 2015

01/15/2014, When it comes to both digital and physical goods, most of the time tax is applied, however due to different countries having differing rates of taxes, sometimes it is actually cheaper if you were to purchase from outside the country and have it imported....

Symantec Patents Method To Weed Out Fake Or Malicious Torrents

01/15/2014, For the most part when it comes to downloading torrents, spotting a fake or one laced with malware is relatively easy as you would only have to scan the comments and the negative votes. However there are times when the torrent might be new or unpopular...

Bioglow To Auction Off Glow In The Dark Plants

01/15/2014, There are a couple of different ways one might go about illuminating their home. You can always go with the standard lights, or maybe use something a little more funky via lava lamps, or you could always turn to glow in the dark plants. Wait, what? Yup...

Windows XP To Get Antimalware Support Until 2015

01/15/2014, As we had reported earlier, Microsoft will be officially ending their support of the Windows XP operating system come 8th of April 2014. Given that Windows XP was released back in 2001 and served as a preferred alternative to Microsoft’s Windows Vista,...

Facebook Paper Rumored To Be The Company’s Answer To Flipboard

01/14/2014, We’re sure many mobile users are familiar with Flipboard, an app that basically acts like a magazine as it helps users curate news and stories that they might be interested in. Google attempted to compete with Google Currents, and now word on the street...

Federal Court Strikes Down FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules

01/14/2014, intWhen AT&T announced their Sponsored Data program, many were wondering how it might affect net neutrality. In fact the FCC announced that they would be keeping a close eye on the carrier and respond if they were found to be in violation, but as it...

Google Was Reportedly The Only Serious Bidder For Nest

01/14/2014, Earlier we reported that Google had acquired Nest for $3.2 billion. For those unfamiliar with Nest, the device is a smart thermostat that can learn its user’s habit over the course of time. The device was co-created by Tony Fadell, a former engineer at...

Book With 3D Printed Cover Sells Fetches A $150 Price Tag

01/14/2014, Books for the most part are printed on paper. The cover of the books themselves are sometimes printed on paper too, although there are books with more unique covers that act as coffee table books and conversation pieces, which is why we have to say that a...

Could There Be Time Travelers Among Us?

01/13/2014, Will we be able to find time travelers on a social network? I suppose the better question to ask before that would be this – is time travel even possible in the first place? Well, astrophysicist Robert Nemiroff did mull over the possibility of time...

Snapchat Says Sorry For ‘Snap Spam’

01/13/2014, Over the weekend quite a lot of Snapchat users complained about receiving Snaps, photos and videos, from people that they did not know. The popular service noticed an increase in “Snap Spam” over the weekend and it has taken notice. Snapchat...