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Apple Denies Any kind of Breach Of Its Equipments In Personality Image Leak

Apple has released an official statement in response to accusations that its iCloud storage system might be somehow behind the recent leak of a large number of nude or otherwise private celebrity photos, whose victims included Jennifer Lawrence. In the statement Apple denies any breach within its systems, but does concede that celebrity accounts were compromised by attackers using standard phishing techniques to guess user names, passwords and the answers to security... Read More »

Man disposes fluid nitrogen on his head in most hazardous Ice Bucket Challenge video

The band members of Spinal Tap always talked about “the fine line between stupid and clever,” and that’s about all we can think of while watching this latest Ice Bucket Challenge video produced by chemist Muhammad Qureshi, who decided to one-up everyone else who has taken the challenge so far by pouring liquid nitrogen all over his... Read More »

Facebook Data Privacy Lesson Action Now Oversubscribed

A civil class action lawsuit being brought against Facebook on privacy grounds by Europe vs Facebook campaigner Max Schrems has hit its current maximum of 25,000 participants less than a week after the action was... Read More »

Apple and Samsung Accept End All Non-U.S. License Disputes

Apple and Samsung have agreed to drop all non-U.S. litigation. The announcement came late Tuesday in a release first reported by the Financial Times. In the joint statement, the two tech giants said they “…have agreed to drop all litigation between the two companies outside the United... Read More »

Wikipedia Now Approves Bitcoin Donations With Coinbase

Wikipedia, the decentralized community-powered encyclopedia, is now accepting donations in bitcoin, the decentralized community-powered cryptocurrency. The Wikimedia Foundation partnered with Coinbase to process the donations. Also new today, Coinbase will waive processing fees for all registered... Read More »

Forget the cloud, analysts are functioning on 1TB memory for mobile phones

What if your smartphone shipped with 1TB of memory, which would be not only be able to store all the digital content you want to carry with you at all times, but would also be faster and more reliable? Researchers from Rice University are already working on such technology, MIT’s Technology Review reports, having discovered a more practical way to mass-produce... Read More »

Facebook’s $2 Billion Purchase Of Oculus Closes, Now Authorities

Facebook now owns Oculus. The $2 billion acquisition deal of the virtual reality pioneer announced in March has been approved by regulators and today become official. The FCC’s anti-trust team greenlighted the deal in April. Now it has passed the California Department Of Corporations fairness hearing and will go into effect. The exact price of the acquisition came out... Read More »

Supposed apple iphone 6 Display Cover Deals with The Sandpaper Examination

The leaked component that’s being touted as the front screen of the upcoming iPhone 6 got a good workout in a video test by Youtube regular MKBHD (Marques Brownlee) when it first broke cover, and now Brownlee is back with a new video that takes the durability tests even further. This second round involves exposing the supposedly super-strong sapphire-based material to a true test of strength – scratching by sandpaper, a material with a much higher Mohs scale hardness rating than any steel knife or set of... Read More »

Intel Rises 4 % After Reporting Q2 Results, Including Better-Than-Expected Income Of $13.8 B.

Intel’s second quarter results came in above expectations, with the chip company reporting revenue of $13.8 billion, and earnings per share of $0.55. The street had expected Intel to earn $.52 on revenue of $13.69... Read More »

Raspberry Private detective Microcomputer Obtains Increased — — Still Just Prices $35.

The Raspberry Pi microcomputer has been a stunning success. More than 2.5 million of the low-cost Linux microcomputers have been sold in the two+ years since the gizmo went on sale, helping to power all manner of homebrew... Read More »