Since late fall of 2013, California has been experiencing a terrible drought that turned much of the state into a wasteland. So, space agency NASA is now using its satellites to track California’s terrible drought.
Until recently, Pinterest users could have only six secret boards. The feature has turned out to be a huge hit with the Pinterest audience and so, the social network is now allowing unlimited secret boards.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has revealed many interesting numbers in the annual stockholder meeting on Friday. Cook said that Apple processes ‘several billion’ iMessages as well as 15 to 20 million FaceTime calls each day.
HTC has been trying hard to recover from its downward spiral in the smartphone market. The company may finally be on to something as rumors surface that it is about to launch HTC Desire 816 for a sub-$300 price tag.
Wi-Fi connections, especially those on public networks, are a weak security spot. A group of British researchers has now created a virus that can proliferate through Wi-Fi networks much like a common airborne virus spreads rapidly.
Canonical has come a long way since first announcing the Ubuntu Touch for mobile devices. The company has steadily improved the mobile OS and fresh prototypes for the platform have surfaced at this year’s MWC.
Having established itself as a success in the aviation industry, it seems that Boeing is ready to try its luck elsewhere. The company has readied ‘Boeing Black’ which, it claims, is an ultra-secure smartphone built with modified Android.
Despite countless years of research on increasing pollution, environmental issues remain at a low priority globally. A thick layer of smog has blanketed numerous Chinese regions for weeks now, and scientists are now likening it to ‘nuclear winter.’
Credit card purchases on smartphones can be risky business, leading to credit card theft and other financial exploits. Therefore, MasterCard is now testing a program which will secure smartphone purchases using the location of your handset.
There are many kids who don’t know how to avoid online predators when using services such as email. But Tocomail is a safe and easy email service specially made for kids. Parents can choose who the child can send email and accept from.
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