All Internet News
Friday, 21 Nov 2014
We often see ads by Google as part of our Internet experience. Currently with 10 partners, Google Contributor is letting you pay the content creators so that you don't have to see those ads.
Thursday, 20 Nov 2014
Mozilla signed a partnership with Yahoo! that will see the default search engine of the widely used Internet browser switched from Google to Yahoo!, starting in December.
Monday, 17 Nov 2014
Microsoft announced a beta version of Skype for Web, a service that allows users to make and receive audio/video calls directly in browsers.
Google enhances the music streaming experience with the introduction of HTML5 visualizer on its Play Music service. Now, users can experience good music with cool animations.
Tuesday, 11 Nov 2014
Firefox has introduced a new button called the 'Forget' button. When pressed, it'll erase all your browsing data. The developers behind Firefox also introduced a developer edition browser.
A vulnerability has been discovered in iOS which allows hackers to gain access to personal data via fake apps installed through web pages, text messages and emails. This bug is reported to affect all mobile devices running iOS 7 or later.
Monday, 10 Nov 2014
Finally, Facebook is giving users more control over their News Feed. Instead of 'unfollow' or 'unfriend', they can decide on what to see more (or less) on the News Feed via the new settings menu.
Insecam is a website that provides direct, live access to various unsecured webcams from around the world, including Malaysia, to draw attention to the importance of security settings for CCTVs and IP cameras.
Friday, 7 Nov 2014
An unlikely party has joined the fight against ISIS. Reports floating around the world wide web have said that Anonymous will engage in a different kind of warfare against ISIS.
Thursday, 6 Nov 2014
Google is bringing more that just a 'Material Design' makeover to Google Maps. iOS and Android users will be able to grab the updated app in "the next few days", which comes with OpenTable and Uber integration.