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Gogo Found To Be Spoofing Its Inflight WiFi Customers

01/06/2015, Say you’ve paid for inflight WiFi service which usually costs more than it should, the last thing you would expect for your inflight WiFi service provider to do is spoof you, right? Unfortunately that’s what Google engineer Adrienne Porter had...

Netflix Continues Crackdown Against Foreign Subscribers Using VPNs

01/04/2015, Netflix may be one of the most popular online video streaming services in the world but it is only available in a handful of markets, like the U.S. and UK. People in other part of the world can access this service if they bypass geo-restrictions by using...

FCC May Vote On Net Neutrality Next Month

01/04/2015, As the wait continues for the Federal Communications Commission to come up with new guidelines there has already been a lot of debate on the issue of net neutrality. ISPs have their own point of view, which some online services support, and others...

iDict Tool Relies On Commonly Used Passwords To Hack Into iCloud

01/02/2015, Despite there being multiple warnings in the past about how one shouldn’t use easy to guess passwords like “password” or “12345678” or “abc123”, there are still users out there who choose to do so, thinking that the chances of them getting...

Watch Friends On Netflix Starting Today

01/01/2015, In October last year Netflix confirmed that its subscribers will be able to stream one of the most popular TV shows to ever come out of NBC. Friends was due to be added to the Netflix library on January 1st, 2015 and that has finally happened. Subscribers...

Twitter’s ‘While You Were Away’ Feature Is Rolling Out

01/01/2015, It is very easy to miss out on tweets if you tend to check the microblogging network after every few hours. Twitter has almost always stuck with the chronological structure to display tweets that were posted while you were away but that is changing now....

Mark Zuckerberg Wants Your Input On His New Year’s Resolutions

12/31/2014, Mark Zuckerberg is a man who needs no introduction. The billionaire founder and CEO of Facebook has a very strong online following which he is putting to some good use today. Zuckerberg wants people to help him out with his New Year’s resolutions,...

Lizard Squad Launches DDoS Tool For $5.99 Per Month

12/30/2014, Lizard Squad has now become famous for its distributed denial of service or DDoS attacks on popular online gaming services like PlayStation Network and Xbox Live. The most recent attack was over Christmas when both services were knocked down by a couple...

Twitter Experiments With Selling Ad Space In “Following” Lists

12/30/2014, Facebook has features like sponsored posts and promoted posts which are basically posts paid by users/companies to appear in your News Feed to entice you to click it. Well it looks like Twitter could be considering something similar of their own....

Pinterest Promoted Pins Will Now Be Opened To All Advertisers

12/29/2014, Last year Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann laid out plans for monetizing the popular online service which has been around for over five years now. It was bound to happen since generating revenue is essential for an online service if it wants to stick around....

Facebook’s Year In Review Feature Not Well Received By Some

12/28/2014, As many of you guys have noticed on your Facebook News Feed that the social network is offering users a feature called “Year in Review”. For those who haven’t noticed or bothered, basically it sums up your entire year from various photos pulled...

Tor Users Were Not At Risk During Attack

12/28/2014, Lizard Squad, a hacker group, has been pretty busy over Christmas. First it knocked down PlayStation Network and Xbox Live, bringing online gaming on PlayStation and Xbox consoles to a standstill, and then set its sights on an anonymity network called...