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Apple assures users that iCloud wont be breached after hacking attack

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Apple users affected by the hacking attack were acknowledged by Apple to change their user ID and passwords after the users reported locked iPhones with a ransom message. A hacker by the name Oleg Piss reportedly hacked iPhones, iPads and Mac devices of Australian Apple users which were reported on Apple online support forum. Apple users in Southern California had ...

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UK police take down torrent search engine Torrentz.eu

The City of London Police took down the Torrentz.eu on the request of UK’s Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit and returned online after 24 hours. UK’s Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit have been sending letters to the Torrentz.eu website registrar Nazwa which is based in Poland and domain name was suspended by the registrar. However the website was back online ...

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BBM Protected to give every message its own Security Key

When the whole arena of internet media and social messaging networks are typically worried about security and privacy, BBM talks about a chatting application that i.e. better that all.  The present version of BBM messenger is also quite a secure piece of structure. But as they say, ‘Development has no limits’; BBM is looking forwards to the launch of a ...

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After hacking reports, eBay says change passwords

Hacking seems to have grown better in its own sense over the last few years. Hacking has found its place in the internet media as one of the major concerns in the recent times. We have seen a lot of cases recently where in social networking sites have suffered owing to hacking attacks. Although, it is not important to look ...

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DynDNS-maker Dyn acquires internet intelligence service Renesys

Renesys, a company known for cloud services, connectivity services on the internet was acquired by Dyn, today. A well-known internet service for performance announced that it acquired Renesys. Dyn is well renowned for DynDNS service over the internet. Renesys was in news during the internet blackout in Egypt due to the revolution happening there and also on other internet censorship ...

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Nationwide Verizon VoLTE is coming soon

After announcing the XLTE network, Verizon has announced plans for nationwide launch of VoLTE this year and will be offering a “robust” line of VoLTE-based smartphones and video calling services. A Verizon spokeswoman has said that it will be coming in the next few months and will be a national rollout with a “tangible amount of handsets. The company did ...

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Netflix to enter Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium & Luxembourg

Netflix on Tuesday announced that it would expand its service into six European countries and promised video service to be launched by the end of the 2014. Netflix wants to expand its service to the International market and the company announced that it would be offering monthly subscriptions in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium and Luxembourg. However the company did ...

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Steve Wozniak publishes open letter to FCC to save Net Neutrality

In an open letter to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) published by Steve Wozniak, the co-Founder of Apple support and explains the need of Net Neutrality. Wozniak states that innovation and experimentation can be stifled if new concerning net neutrality are passed into law.  Woz also points out his experiences with telecom companies and various issues he has face due to companies ...

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5 Military Chinese Hackers Charged for Spying by United States

The clash of the United States and China has never been under the sheets as more often than not we have seen either of the two nations blurting out allegations against each other. Well, till date everything was in the group of allegations. But today, According to the WSJ, United States intelligence charged 5 Chinese Military Hackers in context of ...

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