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Dating Website Ashley Madison Hacked, User Database Compromised

07/20/2015, There are dating websites and apps aimed at presumably single users. However Ashley Madison is a website that prides itself as a dating website/social network designed for users who are already in relationships. We suppose to each their own, but it seems...

Online Pirates In The UK Could Face Up To 10 Years In Jail

07/20/2015, At some point in time, we’re sure most of us have been guilty of piracy, whether it be download just one song or downloading gigabytes worth of songs and movies. However it seems that the punishment for online pirates could soon be much harsher over in...

eBay And PayPal Have Officially Split Into Separate Companies

07/17/2015, In September 2014, eBay announced that they would be splitting with PayPal, in which the latter would be spun off into a separate company and traded on the stock markets under its own name, and now it has been made official as the split has been announced...

How To Run Android Apps in Chrome

07/17/2015, Android is the biggest mobile platform, which is why developers make so many amazing apps for Android. You can easily run your favorite apps on your Android phone, but what if you could run the same apps on PCs as well? With the appropriate tools, you can...

Amazon Prime Day Will Now Be An Annual Event

07/16/2015, Yesterday Amazon Prime Day went live. The idea was to celebrate the company’s 20th anniversary with sales that Amazon boasted could potentially rival those on Black Friday, and if you’re a frequent shopper on Amazon’s website, you might be pleased...

Facebook Building Online Stores In Business Pages

07/16/2015, E-commerce is a very lucrative field which is why we see online companies trying to get a bigger piece of this pie, be it with Google putting buy buttons within mobile search results or Facebook building online stores for some business Pages. The...

Many Customers Upset Over Amazon’s Prime Day Sales

07/16/2015, Yesterday Amazon launched their own version of Black Friday called Prime Day. Basically the idea was to celebrate the company turning 20 and Amazon promised that customers would be greeted with sales that would rival those found on Black Friday, and while...

Microsoft’s PhotoDNA Makes Its Way Into The Cloud

07/15/2015, When it comes to tools that helps scan for illegal images such as child pornography, Microsoft has such a tool called PhotoDNA. This tool has been around for a few years ago, but given that a lot of photos are being stored in the cloud these days,...

Google Drive Now Lets You Put More Restrictions On Shared Files

07/15/2015, It’s very easy to share a file with multiple people using Google Drive, everything is stored in the cloud and people can access it using their computers or mobile devices wherever they might be. However it wasn’t possible until now to prevent...

How To Sync Google Calendar To Outlook

07/15/2015, Google ended support for Google Calendar sync and the application completely stopped working on 1 August 2014. You are no longer able to sync your Google Calendar with Outlook Calendar, thus, forcing you to switch to a single character. It might be an...

Epic Games Forums Hacked, Users Advised To Change Their Passwords

07/15/2015, Now if you have played any of Epic Games’ games, like Infinity Blade, Unreal Tournament, Gears of War, and so on, and have participated in discussions on the developer’s forums, you might want to change your forum password. It seems the the forums...

Amazon’s Prime Day Sales Has Begun

07/15/2015, Amazon has officially turned 20. This is an impressive feat considering that the company was one of the first online retailers around back in the day, and considering that they mainly used to sell books, but fast forward to today, they are easily one of...

Flash Temporarily Blocked On Firefox Due To Security Concerns

07/14/2015, Back in the day, Adobe Flash used to be one of the biggest things on the web. It allowed for interactive menus and videos such as YouTube, but fast forward to today, the Flash tool is now being seen as more of a security risk as opposed to a useful tool,...