AceDeceiver – An Insidious Malware Affecting iOS Devices

Apple has been scrupulously keen about keeping malwares out of its systems for decades now. Apple’s systems are revered for their ability to avoid viruses and malwares as much as possible, but it appears that Apple’s meticulous designs have a flaw after all which is being explored by an iOS malware called ACeDeceiver. The first of its kind, this malware does not abuse enterprise certificates which were being done by some iOS malwares in the last two years. Instead, ...

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Samsung Galaxy S7 – A Phone with Personality

All this time while we have been going gaga over spectacular phones like the Nexus 6P and iPhone 6S, Samsung’s labs has been brewing something that took spectacular to the next level. Introducing Samsung’s latest flagship – Samsung S7 – a phone with a superb personality. I am not saying that it does not have any downside to it, but it is definitely one of the best phones that have been released in 2016. And for those who don’t mind ...

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World without Privacy – Apple vs. USA

Capitol Hill was seen raving about security, technology and terrorism on Tuesday when Apple’s fight against FBI’s request to unlock an iPhone owned by a terrorist in the San Bernardino case was put under scrutiny by the House of Judiciary Committee. This arm of the government handles matters which relate to the enforcement of law and order in the US.

It took five and half exasperated hours, a determined FBI director, and an even more determined Apple representative, an encryption expert, ...

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Foxconn’s $5.5 Billion Bid for Sharp Put on Hold

Destiny takes a wrong turn for Sharp; the $5.5 billion massive deal seemed to be final for the Japanese consumer electronics company when the Hon Hai industries suddenly decided to postpone the acquisition. Hon Hai trades under the name of Foxconn; famously known as Apple contractor. The manufacturing giant has made products for companies like Sony, Nintendo, Amazon, Microsoft and Sharp too.

Sharp stated earlier that Foxconn would buy shares worth $5.5 billion. Foxconn suddenly called the deal off on ...

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Bill Gates Takes the Middle Road on Apple vs FBI Case for Unlocking an iPhone Used in the San Bernardino Attack

The San Bernardino attack was gruesome, no one is denying that. Not even Apple. So what keeps the tech giant from supporting the FBI in the case? While news puts it very awkwardly, that Apple has denied support to FBI, to the contrary, Tim Cook, Apple’s Chief Executive, mentions in his letter to the public dated February 16, 2016 that support is actually being extended, but it is not going to be in the form of a backdoor which ...

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Apple denies FBI’s request to create a back door into iPhone

Apple’s refusal to enable a backdoor to the iPhone used by the San Bernardino attacker is being met by criticism as well as acclamation. On one side, people who revere privacy are with Apple on its bold decision to stand strong against the orders of the court. On the other hand, we have friends and family of the San Bernardino victims who feel that justice is not done by Apple’s denial for a key. Apple has created a strong case ...

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MinecraftEdu–Microsoft Boosts Student Engagement

Microsoft’s Minecraft has been a popular game since its launch in 2009. The game has sold 22 million copies and is one of the best-selling PC games. The game started getting the attention of children when it launched its mobile version. The tech giant is now planning to launch the game in the education market. Microsoft plans to release MinecraftEdu this summer. It is a modified version of the game which has been altered for classroom use.

MinecraftEdu was developed by ...

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5 Tips to Protect Yourself against Hackers

If it is a hardware or a software, it is hackable. This is the first thing that you must remember. A lot of them can be difficult to hack, but that does not mean that it cannot be hacked. A real hacker who really wants your information will get it. While some may not portray a lot of threat, there are nefarious hackers who could access your personal information and misuse a lot of your personal data.

While some hackers are ...

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Smart Battery Case – Apple Loses On Aesthetics for the First Time

iPhone 6 and 6S users have been criticizing the battery life of the two devices which may not be enough for power users. There are many battery cases which already provide the extra battery life but Apple has finally come up with its own battery case for iPhone users. The slip-on case is available for $99.

The case may not be aesthetically pleasing for many users who would find the bump to be rather unwanted. The bump is the first ...

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iPad Pro – Massively Brilliant

We have all been advancing into a world of sleek and slim devices which are comfortable to use and can be easily carried anywhere. Competing for slimness has led us to see phones and tablets that could hardly be imagined a century ago. Apple has always astounded its fans with some of the best devices which are not only great to work but are a treat for the eye. iPad Pro is the latest Apple device which is being talked ...

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