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Why you don’t need a computer anymore

There’s an interesting trend in the digital world that has computer-makers in a frenzy. People aren’t buying new computers. I’m not just talking about people hanging on to their machines for seven years or so. Even people who are in the market for a new computer aren’t buying computers. Instead, they’re buying tablets. I know several people who have made …

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Google to follow in Apple’s footsteps again

A new report from the information relays that Google is looking to take a page out of Apple’s operational playbook. According to Amir Efrati, Google has been eyeing the possibility of manufacturing chips based on their own in-house designs, similar to what Apple currently does with its series of Ax processors. The purported goal behind Google’s new strategic initiative is to help …

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Apple Watches : 7 Million Device Sold In Under 6 Months of Availability

According to the Trend   Smartwatches and wearables are a category which continue to polarize opinion between people. But now a pattern has finally started to emerge: that of Apple dominance.  According to Canalys, Cupertino has shipped 7 million of its most personal gadget in the first six months of its release, which is surprisingly lower than some projected guesses …

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Facebook Speed Cross 1.5 Billion Users Milestone

The world’s biggest social network keeps getting bigger. Facebook reported yesterday that it has surpassed yet another milestone with 1.5 billion active users each month. Facebook’s growth continues as it hit 1.55 billion users and beat the street’s estimates in its Q3 2015 earnings with $4.5 billion in revenue and $0.57 earnings per share, up a big 11.3% from $4.04 billion last …

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Teclast X16 Is A Cheaper Alternative to Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4

Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 might be a terrific machine in shortening the functionality gap between laptops and tablets, but for the price tag of $899, it is definitely a product that only the affluent crowd of world will be able to afford. This is the reason why affordable alternatives are being manufactured, and on this occasion, Teclast X16 is the ideal …

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Apple Might Reintroduce The 4-Inch iPhone Next Year

Apple was one of the last few reluctant phone-makers to resist the phablet trend, and now it seems that the company is keen to bring a phone resembling “an upgraded iPhone 5S back”. That could happen as early as next year.  The phone won’t be a slouch or an upselling platform like the iPhone 5c either. According to the report …

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Snapchat Now Has The Legal Power To Use Or Distribute Its Users’ Photos

Snapchat : Your Privacy is no longer on a secure line. Snapchat has become increasingly popular over the past few years thanks to its claims of secure photo and video messaging between individuals. The photo messaging platform has also remained in the news due to its fair share of controversies. The app enables its users to send timed messages which …

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Hackers Claim $1 Million USD for Remotely Jailbreaking iPhones

Apple’s latest iOS 9 Exploits A hacking group is claiming $1 million in bounty for remotely jailbreaking Apple’s latest iOS 9 operating system. Unlike Android, iOS is much more sophisticated in terms of security. That’s why a startup firm by the name of Zerodium set up a bounty to find a way of remotely jailbreaking the new iPhone or iPad …

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Signal, Snowden’s App of Choice for Encrypted Communication, Comes to Android

Encrypted Communication ( End to End Secure line ) We all know that one person who is freaked out by NSA’s spying, despite having only cat videos on their phone. Well, that person is going to get extremely happy, because the secure-messaging app proved by Edward Snowden is coming to the platform of the masses. In clear terms, Signal is …

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Free Hosting Provider 000webhost Hacked, 13.5 Million Account Details Leaked

The world’s most popular free web hosting company, 000webhost, has suffered a major hack which has exposed client data and user credentials for more than 13 million of its customers. The stolen data includes usernames and passwords in plain text alongside full names and IP addresses of close to 13.5 million of its customers. The service claimed that they provide …

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