Monthly Archives: May 2018

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BitcoinClean – the first eco-friendly cryptocurrency

A topic that seems to dominate the Bitcoin media are the vast amounts of energy  consumed and the corresponding high carbon emissions. Some disturbing headlines could be read during the last couple of months : “Bitcoin mining consumes more electricity a year than Ireland” (theguardian) “Bitcoin Is Massively Polluting the […]

Apple was aware iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus were prone to bending

Internal documents reveal Apple knew iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus were more likely to bend Remember the Bendgate controversy of 2014 where several customers of Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus complained that the aluminium shells of the phones were bending in pockets in normal use? As a result […]

All the (Android) Things at Google I/O

Melissa Daniels, Program Manager for Android Things Android Things enables you to build and maintain IoT devices at scale. We recently released Android Things 1.0 with long-term support for production devices, so you can easily take an IoT device from prototype to commercial product. We packed Google I/O this year […]

Pornhub launches its own free VPN with unlimited bandwidth

Meet ‘VPNhub’, Pornhub’s own virtual private network app Pornhub, the most popular adult video website, has launched its own virtual private network “VPNhub” to help visitors safeguard their browsing privacy online and prevent their internet activities from leaking to untrusted Wi-Fi networks. Dubbed as “VPNhub”, the data sent over this […]

Best Upright Vacuums Of 2018 Which Can Clean Up Your House In No Time

Upright vacuums have gained tremendous popularity coupled with their ability to suck away dust, dirt and pet hair from the deepest carpet coupled with various onboard speciality tools. But the large selection of upright models available in the market can make the final choice extremely difficult to make. Today we […]

Parrot 4.0 Ethical Hacking Linux Distro Released

Parrot 4.0 Releases With Updated Packages, Bug Fixes and More Popular hacking Linux distro Parrot Security has upgraded to version 4.0, and comes with all the fixes and updated packages along with many new changes. According to Parrot Security, the development process of this version required a lot of time, and […]

Keeping 2 billion Android devices safe with machine learning

Posted by Sai Deep Tetali, Software Engineer, Google Play Protect At Google I/O 2017, we introduced Google Play Protect, our comprehensive set of security services for Android. While the name is new, the smarts powering Play Protect have protected Android users for years. Google Play Protect’s suite of mobile threat […]

How Progressive Web Apps Are Changing the Software Development Game

Find out about the benefits and limitations of progressive web apps Some say that progressive web apps (PWAs) have taken software development to the next level. The reason is that a PWA can work both as a web application and as a native mobile app. To achieve this flexibility, PWA […]

500,000 Cisco routers hacked worldwide by Russian Hackers

Cisco warns 500,000 routers have been hacked in suspected Russian plan to attack Ukraine Security researchers from Cisco’s cyber intelligence unit Talos have warned that Russian hackers have infected over 500,000 routers with a sophisticated malware and have plans to launch a cyber attack on Ukraine. According to the researchers, […]