Friday , September 22 2017

Sexy Girl Devises a 3D Printed High-Heeled Shoes with Hacking Tools Inside

Next time when you came across a sexy lady wearing high heels, you need to Watch her steps, and yours too. Computer hackers are not known for their stunning good looks and sexual charms, especially when they are girls. This is the only reason why a young woman hacker going …

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New Android Vulnerable Lets Hackers Take Over Your Phone

This time Everything is Affected! Yet another potentially dangerous vulnerability has reportedly been disclosed in the Google’s mobile operating system platform – Android. Android has been hit by a number of security flaws this month, including: This time the issue resides in the multitasking capability of the Android phones, the ability …

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Meet Linux’s New Fastest File-System – Bcachefs

First announced over five years ago, ex-Google engineer Kent Overstreet is pleasured in announcing the general availability of a new open-source file-system for Linux, called the Bcache File System (or Bcachefs). Bcachefs is a Linux kernel block layer cache that aims at offering a speedier and more advanced way of storing data on servers. Bcachefs …

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Windows 10 Uses Your Bandwidth To Push Updates To Other Users, Here’s How To Turn It Off

Are you tired of hearing about Windows 10 yet? No? That’s great news. July 29 saw Microsoft’s latest iteration of Windows landing as a free-of-charge upgrade for Windows 7 and 8.1 users, and let’s be honest here, it’s a wonderful update with a multitude of enhancements and feature additions. With …

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Samsung’s huge 18.4-inch Android tablet might only have 1080p resolution

When we heard Samsung would be working on an 18.4-inch Android tablet, we nearly lost our… well, you know. That’s huge, and probably impractical for most users’ typical needs. But one new detail might curb our excitement just a tad. According to information received by SamMobile, Samsung’s device will have …

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Windows 10 Remotely Disables Pirated Games and illegal Hardware

If you are one of those 70 Million users who have upgraded their systems to the newest Windows 10operating system, Microsoft could be scanning your PC for pirated games and unauthorized hardware. Almost three weeks have passed after the worldwide launch of Windows 10, Millions of users have upgraded their …

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How To Use WhatsApp Web Client on iPhone and Other iOS Devices

WhatsApp Web client support is now available for iOS users. That’s right, now iOS users can access their instant messaging facility on the web; without taking the other route (via jailbreaking). Eight months ago, on January 21, 2015, WhatsApp was made available on web browsers, and let Android, Windows Phone …

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Samsung Might Be Making a Huge, Absurd 18.4-inch Android Tablet

  While smartphone displays have been steadily increasing in size over the years, tablets have managed to avoid this, thanks in part to already having big-enough screens for most. But, if a new report pans out, Samsung could be looking to give the tablet market its injection of gigantic screens, …

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Google to Introduce New Photo-Sharing Platform to Kill Instagram

Google is reportedly going to launch a new online photo-sharing service and storage option at its developer conference later this month, which Bloomberg says, will not be a part of its Google+ social network. At the moment, Google offers a photo sharing service known as “Google+ Photos,” which comes pre-installed with every Android …

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