Monthly Archives: July 2018

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After EU ruling, Google CEO Pichai hints Android may not remain free

Google warns that Android may not be free in the future We reported yesterday that Google has been imposed a record $5 billion (4.34 billion euros) fine by the European Union Commission on Wednesday for illegally abusing the dominance of its Android operating system. Reacting to the EU ruling, Google’s […]

Microsoft announces Identity Bounty program that offers payouts up to $100,000

Microsoft’s new bounty program pays up to $100,000 for finding bugs in its Identity Services Microsoft on Tuesday announced a new bug bounty program for bug hunters and security researchers that focuses on protecting consumer data online. For those unaware, a digital identity is the body of information about an individual, organization […]

Former Pirate Bay Cyberlocker ‘BayFiles’ Is Back!

BayFiles makes a comeback under new ownership Do you remember ‘BayFiles’, the file-hosting service, that was launched in 2011 by two co-founders, Fredrik Neij and Peter Sunde of The Pirate Bay? However, the website suddenly disappeared in November 2014 after the raid on a Stockholm datacenter. But there is some good news for […]

EU slaps Google with record $5 billion fine in Android Antitrust Case

Google fined $5 billion fine for illegal restrictions on Android use The European Union Commission on Wednesday imposed on Google a record $5 billion (4.34 billion euros) fine for illegally abusing the dominance of its Android operating system. Margrethe Vestager, EU Antitrust Chief who is in charge of the competition […]

5 Reasons Why Spanish Denver Businesses Need SEO To Improve Their Bottom Line

Over the last two decades, the concept of SEO has gained enormous significance after its invention in the early 1990s. Nowadays, SEO is considered as a basic activity just like sending or receiving emails if not conducting any other activity online. Just like other businesses, Spanish Denver businesses need local […]

Saudi Arabia bans video games following suicide of two children

47 games banned in Saudi Arabia after children’s death Do you remember the deadly online suicide game, ‘The Blue Whale Challenge’ also known as ‘The Blue Whale’, which caught attention of the world after a spate of teen suicides were said to be linked to the game. For those unaware, The […]

Microsoft rumored to be working on its own Android smartphone

Is Microsoft planning to release its own Android powered smartphone? Last year, Microsoft had discontinued its Windows 10 Mobile-powered Lumia series of phones, withdrew the Lumia project citing disappointing sales and exited the smartphone market. However, the company has not stopped creating or adapting software for Android and iOS smartphones to […]

Samsung Galaxy S10 could come in three sizes with a 6.4-inch infinity display

Samsung Galaxy S10 may reportedly come in 3 models and sport ultrasonic fingerprint scanner While the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to hit the shelves in early August this year, there is already a lot of leaks and rumors surrounding its next flagship, Galaxy S10 expected to be released early […]

Best 3 alternatives to the popular movie streaming website, MegaShare – 2018

Check out the top three alternatives to MegaShare MegaShare, was one of the largest video streaming portals for TV shows and movies on the Internet. However, MegaShare abruptly shut down in the year 2014, due to trouble with its video hosting provider. The shutdown announcement read, “Because there are problems […]