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Gmail Phishing Attack Fooled Even The Most Cautious Users
Jan18

Gmail Phishing Attack Fooled Even The Most Cautious Users

Last week, there was an email going around that looked to be from Netflix, except that it is not from Netflix. It asked subscribers to update their personal and financial information. And that would include their credit card and social security numbers. But Netflix does not ask for its customers’ SS. This week, Gmail users became the victim of another scam. Unlike the Netflix scam, this Gmail phishing attack looks legitimate....

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Twitter to formally shut down Vine on Tuesday
Jan17

Twitter to formally shut down Vine on Tuesday

Vine is in its final moments as a Twitter pulls the plug on the popular short-video sharing app on Tuesday. Tuesday to be precise, is the day the app will stop performing the popular function of helping Twitter users share short videos on the microblogging platform. Last month, Twitter announced it would be keeping the app; but this time as a Vine camera app. That announcement came months after the microblogging platform announced...

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Google Maps starts rolling out parking availability for some users
Jan17

Google Maps starts rolling out parking availability for some users

Google Maps is one app loved by a lot of people. Millions of people find the app so useful they can barely plan their daily routine without it. You can’t really blame them because the app has so many useful features; and is even getting better with Google’s plan to add a new feature to help users with information on what kind of parking to expect at their destination. First spotted by Android Police, the feature is currently being...

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Google Assistant will allow users to pay things with their voice
Jan17

Google Assistant will allow users to pay things with their voice

With Google Assistant you will be able to pay for things by using your voice   If you are using Google Assistant then you should probably know that the digital helper will let you make payments with your voice! Now, the new feature was found to a string of code in the beta Google App version 6.11.13, according to report from XDA Developers. But, this is not the first time that this string of code appeared in the Google App. So...

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Amazon wants permission to start testing wireless technology
Jan16

Amazon wants permission to start testing wireless technology

Amazon is looking permission from the FCC in order to test some kind of technology which includes innovations Amazon, the online retail company, filed the appropriate documents to the FCC in order to start testing wireless communications technology. The tests will include mobile devices and fixed-base stations, in areas of Washington and Seattle. But, the document didn’t not specify what these will be for. All we know is that they...

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SpaceX Launches Months After Explosion On Launchpad
Jan14

SpaceX Launches Months After Explosion On Launchpad

After four and a half months of hiatus, SpaceX launched on Saturday. It took off from its California base at 9:54 am. It carries 10 “Iridium NEXT satellite telephone relay stations.” If everything turned out well, the first stage of the rocket would have an offshore droneship landing. The second stage would continue to orbit. Last January, the rocket failed to land a stage on the drone ship after it took off from Vandenberg. The...

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