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Gmail Will Always Display Images In Emails From Now On

Gmail Will Always Display Images In Emails From Now On

Until now, Gmail asked your permission to ‘Display Images Below’ before showing any pics within an email. With a new update, the email service will directly display the images, not requiring your permission any more.

By On December 13, 2013 Respond
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Hacker Tries To Sell Supercomputer Time, Gets Sentenced For 18 Months

Hacker Tries To Sell Supercomputer Time, Gets Sentenced For 18 Months

A hacker in eastern Pennsylvania came up with a unique entrepreneurial idea. He hacked into a couple of supercomputers and started selling access to them online. Sadly, an undercover FBI agent was among the first of his clients.

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Spotify Unveils Free Mobile Streaming Service

Spotify Unveils Free Mobile Streaming Service

Spotify offers a number of ways for users to access free music. Adding to that list, the company has now rolled out a new mobile streaming service for mobile devices. Since it is free, it comes with certain conditions and limitations.

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New York Will Soon Host America’s Largest Free Public Wi-Fi Network

New York Will Soon Host America’s Largest Free Public Wi-Fi Network

New York City may not top the global internet accessibility index right now but that is about to change. NYC’s Mayor has now announced the launch of a blanket Wi-Fi for 95 districts of Harlem, which will be the largest free Wi-Fi network in the U.S.

By On December 11, 2013 Respond
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Native iPad Support Finally Added To Amazon Cloud Drive Photos App

Native iPad Support Finally Added To Amazon Cloud Drive Photos App

Amazon’s Cloud Drive Photos app has been around for a while, primarily released for iPhone. Although it has been available for iPad, the tablet version hasn’t exactly been great. Amazon has thankfully updated the iPad version to offer a better experience.

By On December 10, 2013 Respond
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WhatsApp Conversations Stolen By Malicious Android Gaming App

WhatsApp Conversations Stolen By Malicious Android Gaming App

Google has recently identified an Android gaming app on its Play store which is potentially malicious and steals the users’ WhatsApp conversations. The app has been removed from the Play store.

By On December 9, 2013 Respond
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Facebook Videos Will Autoplay On Mobile Devices From Now On

Facebook Videos Will Autoplay On Mobile Devices From Now On

Facebook has decided to test the patience of its mobile users. The social network has changed the way videos load on its mobile apps, so that all native Facebook videos will now play automatically as soon as they appear on your screen.

By On December 9, 2013 Respond
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Path Updates Android App, Allows Sharing Of Moments To WordPress Blogs

Path Updates Android App, Allows Sharing Of Moments To WordPress Blogs

Path has updated its Android app to further use its API partnership with WordPress. The new feature allows users of the Android app to post their Path moments to WordPress blogs.

By On December 8, 2013 Respond
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FBI Can Turn On Laptop Cameras Without The Indicator Lights

FBI Can Turn On Laptop Cameras Without The Indicator Lights

Some of our worst digital surveillance horrors have turned true. A Washington Post report claims that FBI can remotely turn on laptop’s cameras without the indicator light, a move which is seen as highly intrusive by many.

By On December 8, 2013 Respond
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Google Says 91.4% Of Gmail’s Non-Spam Emails Are Authenticated Now

Google Says 91.4% Of Gmail’s Non-Spam Emails Are Authenticated Now

Phishing emails used to a prominent nuisance on the internet, being the key part of online mass cons. Google has been actively working to curb such mails and the company has now revealed that 91.4% of its non-spam emails are authenticated.

By On December 8, 2013 Respond
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JPMorgan Chase Hacked, Data Of 465,000 Prepaid Card Users Exposed

JPMorgan Chase Hacked, Data Of 465,000 Prepaid Card Users Exposed

A recent cyber attack targeted JPMorgan Chase, one of the largest banks around the globe. During the attack, data of 465,000 prepaid card users was breached and accessed by the hackers.

By On December 6, 2013 Respond
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HaveIBeenPwned Tells If Any Of Your Online Accounts Has Been Breached

HaveIBeenPwned Tells If Any Of Your Online Accounts Has Been Breached

Today, every internet user has multiple online accounts across different sites. Guarding each of them adequately can be a tough job. HaveIBeenPwned is a site that tells you if any of your online accounts have been compromised.

By On December 6, 2013 Respond
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Zuckerberg And Gates’ Foundation Funding To Bring Speedy Internet For Schools

Zuckerberg And Gates’ Foundation Funding To Bring Speedy Internet For Schools

Education in schools has come to depend immensely on broadband connectivity, given internet’s infinite stock of helpful and relevant resources. Zuckerberg’s Education initiative and Gates’ Foundation have now dished out funds to help schools in U.S. get this much-needed high-speed internet access.

By On December 6, 2013 Respond
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Updated Google Trends Offers Topic Predictions And Groups Searches In 7 Countries

Updated Google Trends Offers Topic Predictions And Groups Searches In 7 Countries

Google Trends shows how often a particular search-term is entered relative to the total search-volume across various regions of the world, and in various languages. Lately Google has updated its Google Trends service. Now, Google Trends offers topic predictions and groups searches for 700,000 topics in 7 countries.

By On December 5, 2013 Respond
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2 Million Facebook, Twitter, Google And ADP Passwords Stolen By Botnet

2 Million Facebook, Twitter, Google And ADP Passwords Stolen By Botnet

Most major tech companies such as Facebook and Twitter pride themselves in the advanced security features of their sites. Despite these, a botnet was recently able to nick away some 2 million passwords of Facebook, Google, Twitter and ADP accounts.

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