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Facebook gave Tinder special access to user data

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave Tinder and similar dating apps special access to user data, revealed leaked emails between two executives, reports Forbes. The leaked correspondence released last Wednesday is a part of a long-running lawsuit between Facebook and Six4Three LLC, a former Facebook app developer that produced a way […]

Hacker Installs Windows 10 IoT Core On A Graphing Calculator

After installing the ARM version of Windows 10 on Nintendo Switch, developer Ben has now managed to install Windows 10 on a calculator (via Windows Latest). He is the same hacker who has installed the full version of Windows 10 on a Windows Phone and OnePlus 6. Ben, who goes […]

Movie2free.com shuts down after complaints from Hollywood

Movie2free.com, one of Thailand’s most popular and free pirate movie websites, has been shut down by the country’s Department of Special Investigation (DSI) following a request from the Motion Picture Association (MPA). For those unaware, Movie2free.com was founded in 2014 and is one of the largest pirate sites on the […]

Suspected North Korea hackers breached India’s space agency during moon mission

ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) confirmed that they were alerted of a suspected cyberattack by North Korean hackers during the Chandrayaan-2 moon mission in September, reports The Quint. The news comes weeks after it was reported that India’s Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant in Tamil Nadu was a victim of a […]

The 20 Best VR Games For Smartphones And PC

Did you recently bought a new VR headset? Are you scouting for some of the best VR games? Well, if your answer to these two questions is Yes! then this article will help you. Fortunately, VR headsets are getting more lighter and affordable. Additionally, the PC requirements to play VR […]

Bill Gates blames Windows Phone failure on the U.S. antitrust lawsuit

Microsoft’s co-founder Bill Gates in an earlier interview at Village Global this year had revealed that missing the Android opportunity to Google was his “greatest mistake ever”. Elaborating further on this topic, the former Microsoft CEO while speaking at The New York Times’ DealBook conference on November 6 said that people would have been using […]

Facebook says 100 app developers may have improperly accessed user data

Facebook in a blog post on Tuesday disclosed yet another privacy breach that gave unauthorized access to users’ data to roughly 100 partners over the last 18 months. In a recent security review, the social networking giant found that the apps- primarily social media management and video streaming apps – […]

Popcorn Time Domain Registrar Orders DNS Deactivation, Goes Offline

PopcornTime.sh and all its sub-domains have been stopped abruptly since November 4, 2019. Apparently, the website and its related services attached to the app via the .sh domain were operational until November 3, 2019, reports TorrentFreak. For those unaware, Popcorn Time, a multi-platform, open-source and free software BitTorrent client, following […]

Alexa, Google Assistant And Siri Vulnerable To Laser Hack Attacks

A group of researchers have discovered a security flaw that allows hackers to hack smart home speakers by pointing a specially crafted laser beam at their microphones and injecting them with voice commands. What is interesting is that the same vulnerability can be used to compromise any computer that includes […]

Meet VideoBoost: The Best Video Maker App for Your Small Business

As a small business owner, one of the easiest ways to engage with your audience is through social media. Social media platforms – like Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram – make it easy for users to upload video content and share it with their followers. It’s a great way to quickly […]