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French Twitter Users Can Soon Transfer Money With A Tweet

French Twitter Users Can Soon Transfer Money With A Tweet

Twitter is more or less used as a platform for people to share their thoughts and for companies to make announcements. Now the platform has gone into a new level in France. Lately, it’s been reported that a Twitter user will soon be able to send money directly to other users, if he/she lives in France.

By On October 14, 2014 Respond
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WhatsApp May Introduce VoIP And VoIP Call Recording Functionality

WhatsApp May Introduce VoIP And VoIP Call Recording Functionality

WhatsApp is a popular instant messaging app. It wasn’t too long ago that the developers introduced the ability to send voice recordings, but now it looks like the company could be taking things to the next level by introducing VoIP calls and VoIP call recording.

By On October 14, 2014 Respond
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[Breaking News] Dropbox Hacked! Millions Of Passwords May Have Compromised

[Breaking News] Dropbox Hacked! Millions Of Passwords May Have Compromised

If you use Dropbox, then you need to change your password immediately. A thread has surfaced on Reddit that contains links to files containing hundreds of usernames and passwords for Dropbox accounts in plain text.

By On October 14, 2014 2 Responses
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Snapchat Hacked! Millions Of User Contents Are Circulating Around The Web!

Snapchat Hacked! Millions Of User Contents Are Circulating Around The Web!

Snapchat has been hacked and millions of private photos and videos are circulating around the web. However, authorities deny possibilities of their server being hacked and point to third-party apps, such as Snapsave.

By On October 12, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Won Nearly $2 Billion From Suing Spammers

Facebook Won Nearly $2 Billion From Suing Spammers

Facebook is in a constant battle against spammers who try to take advantage of its network. Facebook has been fighting back against them in a number of different ways — including in the courts. Lately, Facebook has revealed that it has already sued various spammers and thus has “obtained nearly $2 billion in legal judgments.”

By On October 5, 2014 Respond
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Google To Offer Unlimited Drive Storage To Students And Teachers

Google To Offer Unlimited Drive Storage To Students And Teachers

Few months ago, Google launched Classroom, a free tool which helps teachers create and organize assignments, provide feedback to their students, and communicate with their classes. And now it seems like Google is in a very jolly mode. Now, Google has decided to offer students and teachers unlimited drive storage soon.

By On October 2, 2014 Respond
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FBI Not Happy With Apple And Google’s Encryption Policy

FBI Not Happy With Apple And Google’s Encryption Policy

Apple and Google have revealed that they will enable encryption by default on your smartphones and tablets. It means neither company will know your smartphone’s or tablet’s passcode. And this has made FBI very much disappointed as the agency will not be able to get any peoples’ data unless their data is stored in the cloud.

By On September 28, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Heard To Be Charging Users $2.99 Per Month, It’s A Hoax

Facebook Heard To Be Charging Users $2.99 Per Month, It’s A Hoax

You may have heard that Facebook will start charging users $2.99 per month from November 1. Don’t jump into trap, it’s completely a hoax. Details inside.

By On September 23, 2014 1 Response
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Microsoft Redirects Nokia Website Visitors Of UK To Its Own Site

Microsoft Redirects Nokia Website Visitors Of UK To Its Own Site

It seems like the end of Nokia Corporation is near. Why? Because Nokia users in the United Kingdom (UK) are now being redirected from nokia.com to Microsoft’s ‘new home’, the Microsoft Mobile Devices page. And it is being expected that Nokia websites of other regions will soon follow.

By On September 22, 2014 Respond
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Google Stops Forcing New Users To Make Google+ Account

Google Stops Forcing New Users To Make Google+ Account

Since 2012, whenever people used to create a new Google account, at the same time, they were forced to open a Google+ account too. But now, Google+ is no longer a requirement for creating a Google account.

By On September 22, 2014 Respond
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Dropbox Suspended Auto-Upload Feature Because Of iOS 8, Now Resolved

Dropbox Suspended Auto-Upload Feature Because Of iOS 8, Now Resolved

Recently, Dropbox discovered that Apple’s new iOS 8 had introduced a compatibility issue. It was preventing Dropbox and Carousel from properly uploading users photos and videos. So, Dropbox “temporarily suspended” the auto-upload feature. But now, the problem is solved.

By On September 18, 2014 Respond
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Cosmos: A New Browser That Lets Android Users To Be Connected With Internet Via SMS

Cosmos: A New Browser That Lets Android Users To Be Connected With Internet Via SMS

There are many places in this world where it’s really hard to be connected with the internet through mobile phones. And even if you are connected with, the internet connection, every now and then, goes on-off which is really irritating. But now, there’s a new browser named Cosmos that will let Android users browse the web via SMS!

By On September 18, 2014 Respond
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WordPress.com Resets 100,000 Accounts!

WordPress.com Resets 100,000 Accounts!

Recently, around 5 million Gmail usernames and their corresponding passwords have been leaked. This Gmail password leakage is a big factor to Automattic, the company that operates hosted blogging service wordpress.com. Now Automattic has revealed that it has preemptively reset 100,000 accounts as a precaution over recent Gmail password leaks.

By On September 15, 2014 1 Response
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ICReach: NSA’s Own And Secret Google-like Search Engine

ICReach: NSA’s Own And Secret Google-like Search Engine

Everyone knows that national security agencies of a country like FBI, CIA as well National Security Agency (NSA) have a lot of secret information of the world. It appears to us that they are like another Google. But now it’s been revealed that NSA has its own and secret Google-like search engine called ICReach!

By On September 7, 2014 Respond
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Security Scientists Say Anyone Can Hack Traffic Signal System With A Laptop And A Radio

Security Scientists Say Anyone Can Hack Traffic Signal System With A Laptop And A Radio

In many movies, we have seen people easily hacking traffic signal system and then controlling it. But in reality is it possible to hack traffic signal system easily? Well, security scientists at the University of Michigan have mentioned that in real life, it’s really possible that anyone can hack traffic signal system just by using a laptop and the right sort of radio.

By On September 3, 2014 Respond
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