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Jailbreaker Geohot Joins Google’s Project Zero’s Team Of Hackers

07/17/2014, A couple of days ago, Google announced Project Zero which is basically Google’s plan to keep the internet safe. This is done by keeping an eye out for potential vulnerabilities across all sorts of software and platforms, and then helping the developers...

Facebook Will Let You Buy Stuff Without Having To Leave It

07/17/2014, Facebook today announced that it is testing a new feature which will allow users to purchase products being sold by businesses through its social network without having to leave the site or mobile application. This will help businesses drive sales...

Imgur Redesigned And Revamped

07/17/2014, Imgur is probably one of the most popular free image hosting services on the internet. No doubt it is reddit’s darling. The popular service has taken many steps to ensure that users are satisfied with the experience and the latest round of...

Hackers Deliver Malware Through Japanese Adult Websites

07/17/2014, Visiting adult websites is a pretty common occurrence but the next time you are thinking about visiting Japanese adult websites, you might want to rethink that. This is because according to a recent report by ESET, it seems that cyber criminals have...

Google Search Now Handles Bitcoin Price Conversions

07/16/2014, There’s a commonly known Google Search trick that allows you to perform currency conversions without having to go to any website. Simply type something like “5 GBP to USD” and Google Search itself will perform the currency conversion...

Google+ Ditches Requirement For Real Names

07/15/2014, When Google+ was first launched, it required users to use their real name. In a way this made sense since we’re sure we’d like to know who we are interacting with, right? However we guess there are some who are particularly concerned about their...

Google Announces Project Zero, Wants To Make The Internet Safe

07/15/2014, No software or service is perfect and there are always loophole and exploits that hackers can take advantage of. This is why it is important that developers take note of reports of such loopholes and close them ASAP, but now instead of relying on security...

Google Mobile Search Results Indicate Websites That Use Flash

07/15/2014, As we’re sure most iOS users are painfully aware of by now, Apple’s iOS platform does not support flash. Google has also made changes to Android where newer versions of Android will no longer support Flash either. This means that websites that still...

World Cup Final Broke Social Media Records

07/14/2014, In the final few minutes of extra time yesterday Germany scored a goal to defeat Argentina in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. It goes without saying that there was significant buzz about the final match on social media, particularly the two biggest networks,...

Hulu Bags Exclusive Rights To All Seasons Of South Park

07/13/2014, Competition between online video streaming services is now greater than ever before. These companies are dumping hundreds of millions of dollars in the production of original content, while sparing no expense in order to get exclusive streaming rights for...

Google Has Received Over 70,000 “Right To Be Forgotten” Requests

07/11/2014, It wasn’t too long ago that the European courts had ruled that Google had to comply with requests from users for the right to be forgotten. This means that a person could file a request with Google asking them to be removed from the search results. That...

Ad Agency Wants To Know If You Can Last 99 Days Without Facebook

07/10/2014, Given that Facebook’s stats show that they have managed to achieve more than a billion active users on a monthly basis, it is safe to say that a good majority of us use Facebook. There are many reasons to use Facebook, whether it is to manage your...