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Friday, October 31, 2014

Koler Android Ransomware Learns to Spread via SMS

Koler Android Ransomware Learns to Spreads via SMS
Users of Android operating system are warned of a new variant of Android malware Koler that spreads itself via text message and holds the victim’s infected mobile phone hostage until a ransom is paid...

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Twitter Launches Digits – A Password Free Login Service For App Developers

There’s a good news for app developers. On Wednesday at Twitter’s first annual developer conference Flight, the company announced a new tool for developers which will allow users to log-in to mobile applications using their phone numbers rather than a traditional username and password combinations...

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Jailbreak iOS 8 And iOS 8.1 Untethered Using 'Pangu' Jailbreak Tool

Good news for iOS 8.1 users! The Chinese jailbreaking team Pangu has released a software tool that allows users to Jailbreak their iPhones, iPads and iPods running the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 8 and iOS 8.1...

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Lava to shift smartphone production unit from China to India: Report

In a tentative declaration, Lava might be planning to shift its manufacturing unit from China to India. In a report published by the Economic Times, one dominant reason behind this move is PM Narendra Modi’s “Make-in-India” campaign...
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Google Launches User-Friendly 'Inbox' App, Alternative To Gmail

Google is offering its users a completely new and better experience of its mailing service. And in an effort to do this, the company has launched a new email service, an alternative to Gmail, called "Inbox" on Wednesday that aims to make email more useful and preview next-generation capabilities...

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Weatheroux⁺ Is As Simple And Clean As A Weather App Can Get [Android]

Android Lollipop, is out now and Material design is a very real and happening thing. You can read about the many great new features in Android L in our features post here. Material design is going to be changing how Android apps look very soon and in honor of simple design, here is an excellent weather app for you; Weatheroux⁺. We review so many weather apps that we could probably create a top ten list out of just those but each one is selected for one outstanding feature that may appeal to the user. With Weatheroux⁺, we love the design and simple execution of it. It’s used and navigated entirely with a tap of your finger. If that isn’t simple and minimal, I don’t know what is...

Thursday, October 23, 2014

New Features In Firefox 33 For Desktop And Android

Firefox 33 is out for both Desktop and Android. You should be prompted to upgrade the next time you launch it and if you’re a developer, you might want to upgrade right now. This latest instalment is a treat for developers with two new noteworthy features; a media sidebar in the Style editor and a paint flashing tool. End users will want to upgrade for the improved search functions and the more reliable session restore feature. Firefox for Android is also supporting the new Paint Flash tool for developers. For End users the new option to delete data when you quit the app is very promising as is the ability to stream video content to Chromecast and Roku...
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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Trigger Based Profile Switcher For Sound, Display, WiFi, & More [Android]

Sound and WiFi profiles need to be changed depending on where we are. Both are changed so frequently that complex automating apps like Tasker aren’t used and instead, apps dedicated to managing sound and WiFi profiles are sought, duly found, and used. SwiP – ProfileSwitcher  is an Android that doesn’t just manage sound and WiFi profiles but gives you a whole set of other options for the state of Bluetooth switch, brightness, Display time out duration, and more. Each profile comes with triggers which can be location based, time based, battery charge or state based, or triggered by a headphone jack being plugged in...

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

iOS 8 'Date Trick' Loophole Allows Play Nintendo Games Using Emulators

iOS 8 'Date Trick' Loophole Allows Installing Nintendo Games

If you are a retro games lover and want to play it on your iPhone, a security loop in iOS 8 makes it possible for you to play classic SNES games on your iPhone, without the need to jailbreak your Apple devices...

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Everything You Need To Know About The Windows 10 Start Menu [Review]

Windows 10 has brought back the Start menu and Windows users are all to familiar it but in Windows 10, it has a new look. It isn’t just the old menu that we were all nostalgic about; once you begin using it you realize that the Start menu is a  comprehensive version of the Start screen and many features in it aptly reflect this. We’ve detailed all you need to know about this new Start menu below, what it has to offer, and what customization options are available...
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16-year-old Invents Device that Can Convert Breath to Speech

16-year-old Invents Device that Can Convert Breath to Speech
A High-school student Arsh Shah Dilbagi has invented a portable and affordable device that converts breath into speech, helping people suffering from different developmental disabilities like locked-in syndrome, Parkinson's, or ALS to communicate using only their breath...

SQL Injection Vulnerability in 'Yahoo! Contributors Network'

Yahoo Contributors Network SQL Injection Vulnerability
Yahoo! Contributors Network (contributor.yahoo.com), the network of authors that generated the contents such as photographs, videos, articles and their knowledge to more than 600 million monthly visitors, was vulnerable to a Time based Blind SQL Injection vulnerability...

Monday, October 13, 2014

"Pakistan People's Party" Website Hacked — Message for Bilawal Bhutto

'Pakistan Peoples Party' Website Hacked — Message for Bilawal Bhutto
On Tuesday, Indian and Pakistani army forces continued to exchange fire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir, which was started when Pakistan’s military fired machine guns and mortars at about 60 Indian army posts during last week...

Sunday, October 12, 2014

What’s New In Windows 10? We Cover 10 Features With Screenshots

Mircosoft surprised a lot of people when it announced the  latest Windows instalment; the much anticipated Windows 9 that was expected to be announced had a surprising and very unexpected name;Windows 10. We can debate why Microsoft decided to skip a number but it will be pure speculation on our part. Instead, we took a look at the technical preview Microsoft made available through its Insider program. The new features sway more towards fixing everything wrong with Windows 8 and sees a very familiar feature, the Start Menu, make a comeback, complete with a facelift...
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Tyupkin Malware Hacking ATM Machines Worldwide

Money is always a perfect motivation for cyber criminals who tries different tricks to solely target users with card skimmers that steal debit card numbers, but now the criminals are using specialized malware that targets ATM (Automated Teller Machine) systems to withdraw cash even without the need of a card...

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Godzilla Hacker Takes Down Several Pakistani Government Websites

Godzilla Hacker Takes Down Several Pakistani Government Websites
While the rest of the world was engaged in cyber security and privacy, an Indian patriotic hacker targeted 43 major Pakistani Government official websites, including ‘President of Pakistan’, ‘Government of Pakistan’, 'Ministry of Defence’, and whole Ministry of Pakistan...

The Fappening 4 — More Celebrity Nude Photos Leaked Online

Week passed, and here comes the fourth wave of celebrity nude photos leak, revealing its first male victim. As part of the Fappening 4, 24-year-old Nick Hogan, the son of ex-wrestler Hulk Hogan has become the first male celebrity to fall victim to the leak of private and candid images...

Friday, October 10, 2014

Zero-Day in Bugzilla Exposes Zero-Day Vulnerabilities to Hackers

Bugzilla Hack Exposes Zero-Day Vulnerabilities to Hackers
A critical zero-day vulnerability discovered in Mozilla’s popular Bugzilla bug-tracking software used by hundreds of prominent software organizations, both private and open-source, could expose sensitive information and vulnerabilities of the software projects to the hackers...

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Calc+: Edit Numbers & Functions Mid Calculation And Add Constants [Android]

Calculators on our smartphones are a disappointment in everything except the design area. I know they get the job done but most work essentially like any old pocket calculator does. If you’ve made a mistake, tapped the wrong number, want to recall your last calculation, or  have entered an incorrect number in your haste, you will have to begin all over again. If I recall my scientific calculator which allowed me to save up to eight results to its memory, I realize how very basic and inadequate these stock apps are. Calc+ Powerful calculator is a calculator app that fills this glaring gap left by most apps; you can edit a number and a mathematical function any time. Long calculations are easy to follow, you can edit any number, clear it from the equation and even set constants that can be used any time...

Monday, October 6, 2014

Clean All EXIF Data From Your Photos Before Sharing Them [Android]

Cameras on phones have grown exceptionally sophisticated over time and not just in terms of photo quality but in terms of the digital data they can capture in addition to your photos. Date, location, compression, resolution, flash, exposure time, and more. If you’ve taken a photo with the Google camera app and made use of its blur feature then you know the image comes with additional information regarding depth and an entire depth map. All this means our phone cameras are great and super awesome but at the same time, they also give away information we might not want to share such as the location of where a photo was taken. It might not be as big a deal for photos that stay on our hard drives but for those we share, a little caution is always a good idea. Meet EZ UnEXIF Free (EXIF Remover), a free Android app that removes all the EXIF data in a photo and saves it as a copy or overwrites the original one, according to your preference...

Thursday, October 2, 2014

HeadsUp: Get Android L Like Notifications With A Blacklist For Apps

Interactive notifications are now a thing; iOS 8 has already come out with interactive notifications and Android L has previewed them as well dubbing them ‘Heads Up notifications’. It’s only a matter of time before they become more functional. Unlike iOS 8 which rolls out to all devices indiscriminately, Android users are not going to get Android L at the same time as it is made available on devices like the Nexus 5. Some users might end up waiting considerably long so an app is the only way to bridge this gap. Meet HeadsUp, a free Android app that gives you interactive notifications, priority management, and a blacklist to block app notifications. Basically, it’s like Notific except it’s free...

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Suggest Movie Searches For Movie By Year, Genre, & Rating [Android]

We have talked about a lot of movie discovery services; Netflix Roulette and Moveinr are just two of them. What both these services have in common are that they web services meant to be used from a desktop browser, ideally. I don’t doubt you could probably use Netflix Roulette on a mobile browser too but it leaves you wanting a simple app that does what these services do. Meet Suggest Movie, an a-supported free Android app that has basic year range, genre, and rating filters for finding a movie to watch....