News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 25 Nov 2015
If you have a penchant for completing all the trivial quizzes that are on Facebook, you should probably stop yourself from doing so, as you could inadvertently be feeding its developers with your personal information in the process.
Want to play your favorite PS4 games via Remote Play, but on the PC instead of a PS Vita? Then you may want to try out this app.
Dell has acknowledged that its eDellRoot certificate poses significant security concerns. The company has posted instructions on how to remove it online and has a software update on the way.
According to The Korea Times, Samsung Display recently renewed talks with Apple to supply its OLED displays for iPhones in 2018.
Strategy Analytics' predictions put 18 percent of the global tablet market share in the hands of Microsoft by 2019. What about Apple and the Android vendors? Hit the link to find out more!
According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple has partnered with China's big four state-run banks to launch its mobile payment service by early February 2016. This potentially puts it ahead of Samsung, which slates its mobile payment service for Q1 2016.
Tuesday, 24 Nov 2015
This past weekend, Belgian police gained some unlikely furry friends in their fight against terrorists.
In an attempt to suppress the repercussions of executing two senior opposition leaders, the government of Bangladesh has decided to deny its citizens from accessing several popular social media and messaging apps.
Windows 10's latest update is apparently targeting user installed game and performance centric apps, and removing them without asking for you permission.
There’s an English company that’s seeking a way to create a smartphone display that doesn’t consume any power, at all. Click the link to learn more.