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Europol Warns That Data Theft On Public WiFi Is On The Rise

03/07/2014, Public WiFi is great if your mobile internet is either too slow or if you’re reaching your data cap, or if you want to download a big file without eating into your data plan. However we guess it does not come as a surprise that public WiFi isn’t...

Vine Updates TOS, Pornographic Material Will No Longer Be Allowed

03/06/2014, There are plenty of pornographic websites out there, and a quick search on Google will yield pages upon pages of results. However it seems that there are some folks at out there who prefers getting their sexually explicit material from not-so conventional...

comiXology Experiences Security Breach, Password Reset Required

03/06/2014, If you’re an avid comic book reader, chances are you might have downloaded the comiXology app for your smartphones or tablets. For those unfamiliar with the app, basically it gives users access to hundreds, if not thousands of comics published by a...

Yahoo Maps Now Offers Indoor Navigation

03/06/2014, Powered by Nokia’s HERE mapping service, Yahoo continues to improve its mapping service as it looks to take on the already established players in this particular arena. Today, users will notice some big changes when they head over to maps.yahoo.com,...

Facebook News Feed Gets New Fonts, Bigger Photos And More

03/06/2014, After having shunned its radical News Feed redesign, Facebook today started rolling out an updated look for News Feed which it hopes that users will give a warm welcome. The update is quite obviously focused on cosmetic changes, majority of the text will...

Flipboard Acquires Zite From CNN

03/05/2014, Flipboard has announced that it has purchased news reader Zite from CNN for $60M, according to CNN Money. By doing so, Flipboard hopes to go from the best-looking web magazine to the smartest as well. If you are not familiar with Zite, it is a news...

1 In 10 Americans Equate HTML With An STD

03/04/2014, Tech jargon can be mind boggling, particularly if you’re someone with no interest whatsoever in technology. However, some terms are simple enough that most people would presume everyone knows what they really mean. HTML or HyperText Markup Language...

Skype For Outlook.com Goes Global

03/04/2014, Last year a preview version of Skype integration into Outlook.com was rolled out to users in select markets. What it allows users to do is that they can tap into Skype without actually having to leave their Outlook inbox, this eliminates the need for...

Twitter’s System Error Accidentally Resets User Passwords

03/04/2014, Twitter users, if you have recently received any email telling you that your password has been reset or one asking you to change your password, fret not because there is a good chance that you haven’t been hacked. According to Twitter, they have...

Netflix Tech Support Scam After Users’ Login Credentials

03/03/2014, Jerome Segura, a senior security researcher, has discovered a new Netflix tech support scam where the hackers are after users’ login credentials. That’s just the first step, it evolves into a very elaborate scam from there on out, its been...

Teen’s Facebook Update Cost Her Father $80,000

03/02/2014, We would have thought by now that most people using social networks should probably be aware of the things they post. Even private posts are still visible to those you allowed to view it, meaning that it isn’t truly private in the strictest sense of the...

U.S. Google Search Will Now Show Restaurant Menus In Results

03/02/2014, Picking a place for dining can often become a titanic task, particularly if you have friends who are very picky about seeing the menu before actually going to the venue. Now its quite arduous to fish out a menu on the internet, that too when the...