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November, 2015

  • 10 November

    Google Changing Its Android One Strategy For The Emerging Markets

    Google’s Android One project was supposed to bring the vanilla experience to the masses along with regular updates, by targeting the entry level market. Android One came to developing countries in a bid to shore up smartphone adoption rates. A Solid Idea Held Back by Hardware Restrictions All didn’t go according to plan as what Google thought was an adequate price …

  • 5 November

    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 …

  • 4 November

    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 …

  • 4 November

    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 …

October, 2015

  • 31 October

    Tor launches anti-censorship Messenger service

    A new chat tool has been launched in an effort to improve the security of online messaging. Tor Messenger allows users to chat over the Tor (The Onion Router) network in a way which hides the location of participants. It means that the contents of messages will only be visible to the participants. The service will also work with platforms …

  • 27 October

    ‘largest known’ malware infection in Apple’s history on Macs

    Apple’s Macs and Macbooks have generally been known to have very few malware and virus issues when compared to a widespread OS like Windows. It’s not because the Apple’s platform is invulnerable but rather due to the platform’s little market share. Hackers behind the viruses and malware have generally not targeted Macs but with the increasing popularity of Apple’s computers, …