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Russian to cut off internet during wars

Russian to cut off internet during wars

Rumours are going around that Russian submarines might be able to cut off internet access all around the world. It has been heard that russian plans on sabotaging internet communications during future wars to gain advantage in the battlefield. Various military sources are concerned about mysterious Russian naval activity near …

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Islamic emojis and Apple, a delightful experience

Islamic emojis and Apple, a delightful experience

Apple the good guy has introduced Islamic emojis and people are losing their minds. 150 new characters have been added to Apple’s growing library in latest software update, including a mosque, the Kaabah and a tasbeeh. As part of the iOS 9.1 update for iPhone users, emoji were included from the latest unicode …

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Twitter is on an update spree and it’s best for Mac users

Mac users rejoice for the people at Twitter have finally listened to their cries and updated the Twitter app for Mac. Flight the Twitter developer conferenc

Mac users rejoice for the people at Twitter have finally listened to their cries and updated the Twitter app for Mac. Flight the Twitter’s developer conference was the place where this announcement was made which was taking place in San Francisco. Twitter’s Jeff Siebert gave a preview of the app, which …

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iPhones are ‘impossible’ to unlock

iPhones are 'impossible' to unlock

Apples has told the judges of U.S court that the new iPhones are impossible to access, even by Apple itself. The older iPhones maybe helped in unlocking for security reasons but the new ones are stubborn in terms of security. The comments came in a briefing filed on Monday to a US …

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Pharmacy2U the Online pharmacy fined for selling customer data

Pharmacy2U the Online pharmacy fined for selling data

Pharmacy2U, an online drug seller has been fined £130,000 for selling information about customers to marketing companies. The online drug seller had sold personal data of its customers to several companies, including one warned over misleading advertising and another facing an investigation into a lottery it ran. The names and addresses …

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eBay hosts moth-naming auction

eBay hosts moth-naming auction

It has been reported that an entomologist who discovered a species of moth is auctioning the right to give it an official name, on eBay. Yes, it’s no joke. Eric H Metzler found a moth in New Mexico eight years ago, but it has only recently been acknowledged as a new …

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WARF getting Apple to pay $234 million to it

WARF getting Apple to pay $234 million to it

Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation has won the patent infringement case against Apple which was filed by the group in 2014. Apple has been reportedly ordered to pay 234 million dollars to WARF by the court. The patent (U.S. Patent No. 5,781,752) related to an invention that increases the speed and …

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