Monthly Archives: September 2018

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Apple’s self-driving car involved in an expressway crash

Apple records first ever self-driving car accident Last week, Apple’s self-driving car was involved in its first ever accident apparently caused due to an error by a human driver and not because of Apple’s own technology. This is the first time Apple has disclosed a collision involving an Apple autonomous […]

Facebook Watch is now rolling out globally to rival Youtube

YouTube alternative ‘Facebook Watch’ launches worldwide Facebook on Wednesday announced via an official blog post that ‘Facebook Watch’ will now be “available everywhere.” Considered as an answer to YouTube, Facebook Watch, the video-on-demand (VOD) platform, allows users to view video on different genres like sports, news, entertainment along with videos from […]

Google’s Titan Security Key Is Now Available For $50

This $50 Titan Security Key from Google secures your online accounts Google’s Titan Security Key is finally available for customers in the U.S. for $50 from the Google Play Store. The in-house security key was first publicly announced in July, and since then it has been available to Google Cloud […]

Celebgate hacker jailed for role in theft of Jennifer Lawrence’s nude photos

Jennifer Lawrence’s hacker who posted her nude images sentenced to prison One of the four hackers involved in the 2014 ‘Celebgate’ scandal was sentenced on Wednesday in a federal court in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The accused has been sentenced to eight months in prison after which he has to serve three years […]

Google is secretly tracking what you buy offline using Mastercard cards

Google and Mastercard have a secret deal to track user shopping details offline A partnership between Google and Mastercard allows the search giant to track offline sales data, says a Bloomberg report who cited four people “with knowledge of the deal”. In other words, Mastercard is basically selling customer data […]

Android smartphones can be hacked with AT commands attacks

AT commands attack: Android devices from 11 vendors are vulnerable to this attack  A group of security researchers has discovered that Android smartphones from 11 OEMs are vulnerable to hacking attacks from AT commands. This means that millions of Android devices out there are under the threat of AT commands attacks. […]