Monthly Archives: March 2019

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Firefox, Safari, Edge And Tesla Hacked At Pwn2Own 2019

Firefox, Safari, Edge And Tesla fall prey to hacking in the Pwn2Own 2019 hacking competition in Vancouver Pwn2Own Vancouver 2019 sponsored by Microsoft, VMware, and Tesla took place between March 20-22nd 2019 at the Sheraton Wall Centre hotel in Vancouver, Canada. The event saw hackers successfully exploiting web browsers like […]

IlCoin vs Bitcoin – a paradigm shift in the pursuit of technological sustainability

It all happened 10 years ago when someone by the name of Satoshi Nakamoto has posted on the p2pfoundation blog the concept of a decentralized virtual currency, that changed the world of finance forever. This mysterious person was articulating the truth about the current banking system and the serious flaws […]

Max Polyakov’s FireFly – a Real Prospect of Accessible Space

The History of FireFly The FireFly starts from American engineer Tom Markusic who has been working in the space industry for 20 years already. The Elon Musk’s SpaceX, Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic, and Jeffrey Preston Bezos’ Blue Origin are the main projects from his portfolio. All the companies mentioned above […]

Snapseed For PC~ Windows 10/8/7 Free Download

Do you want to use Snapseed on a Windows or Mac PC? Don’t worry anymore. In this article, we will provide you with some simple steps to download and install Snapseed on Windows PC. Snapseed is one of the most feature-rich photo editing application that can be used to produce […]

Microsoft announces Windows Defender ATP for Mac

Microsoft’s Windows Defender ATP coming soon to Mac Microsoft has announced the Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) enterprise platform for macOS. However, Windows Defender ATP is now called Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) for Mac, which offers full antivirus and threat protection along with the ability to launch […]

Microsoft demonstrates first fully automated DNA data storage with a ‘hello’

Microsoft successfully automates DNA-based data storage system Researchers from Microsoft and the University of Washington having been working since 2016 on developing one of the first complete DNA-based data storage system that can actually shrink the space needed to store digital data. The storage system will have random-access readability and error correction […]

The latest Android App Bundle updates including the additional languages API

Posted by Wojtek Kaliciński, Developer Advocate, Android Last year, we launched Android App Bundles and Google Play’s Dynamic Delivery to introduce modular development, reduce app size and streamline the release process. Since then, we’ve seen developers quickly adopt this new app model in over 60,000 production apps. We’ve been excited […]

Google announces Stadia, a browser-based streaming game service

Google’s new cloud gaming platform ‘Stadia’ to launch in 2019 Google on Tuesday entered the video game business by announcing its new cloud-based gaming platform ‘Stadia’ at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019 keynote presentation in San Francisco. Stadia is being promoted as the central community for gamers, creators, and developers […]

Facebook stored ‘hundreds of millions’ of passwords in plain text for up to 7 years

Facebook acknowledges stored plain text user passwords were visible to employees Facebook has never been short of controversies when it comes to privacy and security. In yet another security slip, the social media giant on Thursday admitted that the company had stored millions of passwords in plain text on its […]

Call of Duty: Mobile, the free-to-play game, is coming to Android and iOS soon

Call of Duty Mobile trailer teases Blackout and Zombies Activision, the publisher behind the Call of Duty (COD) series – the popular first-person shooter video game franchise – is now bringing out a new free-to-play game for Android and iOS platforms. The announcement about the new game was made during […]