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WanaWiki Tool Can Combat WannaCry Virus

If your Windows 7 or XP PC was infected with WannaCry ransomware, there’s a bit of a silver lining. French researchers have developed wanawiki, a software utility that can possibly unlock your computer. According to CloudVolumes and Comae founder Matt Suiche, the wanawiki tool finds the prime numbers the ransomware uses to come up with […]

May 21st, 2017 | Posted in New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

What Smartphone Buyers Could Expect To See With The Samsung Galaxy S8

The 2017 Mobile World Congress will soon take place and technology enthusiasts are waiting anxiously to learn what the newest available gadgets are going to be. One of the most anticipated devices is Samsung’s Galaxy 8 – the company’s flagship smartphone and the successor to the popular S7, which was released last year. Rumors have […]

January 16th, 2017 | Posted in New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

iPhone vs. Google Pixel: 5 Reasons To Consider The iPhone For Your Next Smartphone

Google Pixel Vs Apple iPhone

When it comes to phones, people often wonder what smartphone is better than the other. Many people love the Google Pixel, and for good reasons. However, the iPhone has a plethora of perks that outshines the Google Pixel. Apple World There are so many features in the Apple world that make it easy to get […]

December 11th, 2016 | Posted in Featured,New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Google Looks To Abandon Flash With Release Of Chrome 55

Adobe Flash is slowly but surely dying with Google updating Chrome to ensure the browser users HTML5 over Flash for the majority of websites. The latest update will be available for Windows, MacOS and Linux computers. The update called Chrome 55 is currently, and has been, in testing through the beta channel. Google is confident […]

December 3rd, 2016 | Posted in New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Nation’s Regulators Issue Warning To AT&T, Verizon Over Zero-Rating Policy

U.S. regulators have singled out both Verizon and AT&T for allowing their video apps to be used without hitting their data caps on their customers’ phones and tablets. This may not change anything in the way the wireless carriers work, but agency leaders that incoming president Donald Trump appoints could look favorably on these practices. […]

December 3rd, 2016 | Posted in Business,New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Verizon: 128GB Google Pixel XL Initial Inventory Sold Out

Verizon Wireless announced the 128GB Google Pixel XL would be unavailable for purchase, as the initial inventory has been sold out. That news comes in the form of a tweet from Verizon’s communication team member Jeffrey Nelson. He said the carrier would not have it in their stories today. And, shipping estimates for the 128GB […]

October 20th, 2016 | Posted in Business,Featured,New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

HP In Hot Water After Security Update Halts Third-Party Printer Ink From Working

Not too long ago, HP was found to be using a security update that kept people from installing third-party ink and recycled cartridges in its prints. After a huge uproar, the company has issued a rollback option but won’t admit they’ve done anything wrong. The company said it was dedicated to being transparent in its […]

September 30th, 2016 | Posted in Business,New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Open Source Microsoft Office Alternative Losing Project Developers

Open Office software

If OpenOffice program is unable to recruit more developers to support the free, open-source alternative to Microsoft Office, it may have to shut down. The project’s volunteer vice president Dennis E. Hamilton laid out the problem in an email, saying if things didn’t improve, the program would have to retire. The company only has six […]

September 5th, 2016 | Posted in New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

No Official Recall On Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Samsung Galaxy Note 7

A majority of consumers think Samsung is dealing with the Galaxy Note 7 recall in an efficient manner. The company will have to recall every single one of its Galaxy Note 7s, and it’s being clear about the issue. Samsung did issue a global recall of its product on reports that the smartphone battery explodes […]

September 5th, 2016 | Posted in Featured,New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Google Will Roll Out Warnings Messages In Gmail Program

Google has taken steps to increase the security of its email program Gmail, by rolling warnings out to users if a message has malicious links or is not authenticated. It doesn’t matter if it is through Android or web, users who get an unauthenticated message – a message that can’t be authenticated by DKIM or […]

August 14th, 2016 | Posted in New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

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