Monthly Archives: January 2019

77 posts

Facebook to become world’s biggest ‘virtual graveyard’ by the end of this century

Have you kept your digital will ready, as about 8,000 Facebook users die daily Facebook will have more profiles of dead people than those of alive users by the end of this century. The social media giant, which currently has over 2 billion users worldwide, is set to become the […]

Top Certifications in Ethical Hacking

An ethical hacker (also called a white hat hacker) is a cybersecurity expert that supports organizations or governments by searching for vulnerabilities and by performing penetration testing to identify security threats. Their intention is ethical and is generally considered to be a defense against malicious hackers or black hat hackers […]

Google releases source code of Santa Tracker for Android 2018

Posted by Chris Banes, Chief Elf of Android Engineering Today, we pushed the source code for Google’s Santa Tracker 2018 Android app at google/santa-tracker-android, including its 17 mini-games, Santa tracking feature, Wear app and more! Visually the app looks much the same this year, but underneath the hood the app […]

Microsoft issues warning about Windows 10 update

Future Windows 10 updates to eat up more storage space on your computer Microsoft in a blog post announced that future Windows 10 OS updates will now utilize more of your computer’s storage space in addition to the regular storage space reserved for the OS. The company is taking measures […]

DailyMotion Confirms Credential Stuffing Attack, Several Accounts Breached

DailyMotion is a popular video sharing platform that is used by millions of users. Recently, DailyMotion confirmed that it was the victim of a credential stuffing attack. So here’s everything you need to know about the credential stuffing attack on DailyMotion. ALSO READ: YouTuber Fits A Fully Functional Computer Into A Mouse DailyMotion […]

Windows Media Player feature getting retired from Windows 7

As Windows 7 extended support came to an end this year, the developers started retiring the services for Windows 7 in particular. We are talking about the removal of Windows media player feature from Windows 7 and in fact Windows Media Center from Windows 7, 8, and 8.1. As stated […]

Fortnite Battle Royale To Add A Spectator Mode Soon

The most wanted feature in Epic’s Fortnite Battle Royale is spectator mode and you will be surprised to know that Epic soon be adding this feature to the game. This is according to an email where Epic will be randomly selecting some Fortnite players in order to invite them to take part in […]

Microsoft Office 365 Is Now Available On Apple’s Mac App Store

Microsoft Office 365 is one of the most feature-rich office suite that is used by millions of users. The Microsoft Office 365 consists of many useful tools like Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. Well, the Microsoft’s Office 365 suite is now finally available on the Mac App Store. So here’s […]