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Cyber-thieves ‘target Christmas shoppers’

Cyber-thieves are preparing malware and spam campaigns in a bid to catch out retailers and shoppers during the run-up to Christmas, experts say. One gang had updated the sophisticated malware it used to target tills in stores, security company iSight said. There had also been an increase in spam and phishing emails crafted to catch out people seeking bargains. And some …

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Yahoo stops some users accessing emails in ad-blockers row

Yahoo has confirmed that it is preventing some people from accessing their email if they are using ad-blocking software in their browser. Some users in the US reported that Yahoo Mail was displaying a message asking them to disable their ad-blocker before they could access their inbox. Yahoo said it was testing a “new product experience” in the US. Members …

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Google offers YouTube copyright support

YouTube owner Google says it will help fund up to $1m (£650,000) in legal fees for some content creators who have received copyright takedown notices.It will step in if it feels their material is considered to be fair use. However the firm admitted that only a handful of people have been chosen to benefit from this support. Copyright holders are …

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Fallout 4 to become High Ranked Game of 2015 in 3 Days

LONDON: Fallout 4 became the most successful game of 2015 in just three days after the launch It would be a massive understatement to say that Fallout 4 was much awaited by gamers. Millions had been waiting anxiously for Bethesda’s new gaming title and it’s no surprise that it took it only a few days to become the most successful game …

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Chrome now leads with 800 million active mobile users

LONDON: Google Chrome, one of the most popular web browsers on the planet, announced today that the number of Chrome users on mobile doubled from 400 million 30-day actives to 800 million over the course of the last year. That’s a mix of Android and iOS users. The company sadly doesn’t break out usage numbers by operating system, but it’s a …

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Pakistan Has Potential to Become Connectivity Hub for Entire Central Asia

Pakistan, a country with over 185 million population and less than 13% internet penetration, is considered a struggling market for internet connectivity. But there’s no denying the fact that due to its geographical location, Pakistan has a lot to offer to the landlocked Central Asian states with crucial bandwidth access. This can turn Pakistan into the regional connectivity hub for …

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APPLE’S IPAD PRO TO GO ON SALE GLOBALLY THIS WEDNESDAY

Apple has officially announced that the iPad Pro will be available for purchase on the official Apple website from the 11th of November 2015. The company has further said that, later this week, you might even find the iPad Pro at Apple Stores and certain carrier locations. The iPad Pro comes in two variants – Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi plus …

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THERE WILL NOT BE A MACBOOK/IPAD HYBRID, SAYS CEO TIM COOK

Just a couple of days after his comment on the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 where he called it “deluded”, Tim Cook has rubbished any rumours and speculations of a Macbook and iPad hybrid. This comment follows what Apple marketing head Phil Schiller said about the hybrid market. He sees it as a nascent realm unlikely to grow into anything significant. Elaborating …

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Huawei reveals quick-charge battery !

Chinese tech giant Huawei has unveiled two prototype removable lithium-ion batteries that can recharge in minutes, using a bespoke charger. The lower capacity battery charged by 68% in two minutes – but is not big enough to run a smartphone for long. The higher capacity one charged by 48% in five minutes and could provide up to 10 hours of …

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Soon, You Could Receive a Facebook Message That Disappears Before You Read It

Snapchat’s disappearing messages have raised eyebrows and several concerns in every nook and corner of the globe by now, but it seems like the network has found a fan in Facebook. The company is testing out Snapchat-like disappearing messages for Facebook in test markets, a feature that might debut on your phone in the coming months. Facebook is testing a …

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