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Stop Bending the Apple Store’s iPhones

From the Gizmodo.com Article by Ashley Feinberg In the wake of the uproar that followed last week’s purported iPhone 6 Plus pliability problem, some people have apparently taken it upon themselves to go into Apple Stores and bend iPhones. And while it pains us that this even needs to be said, guys, please: Breaking private […]

This Is What Happens When a Bootleg Website Falls

From the Gizmodo.com Article by Darren Orf Bootleg websites, usually tucked away in some shady digital corner filled with pornographic pop up ads and potentially malignant viruses, are a permanent fixture on the internet. Offering up tons of illegally free content, these sites’ creators are the reason why publishing execs toss and turn in their sleep. […]

Protesters Are Using FireChat’s Mesh Networks To Organize in Hong Kong

From the Gizmodo.com Article by Kate Knibbs Protesters in Hong Kong have started communicating via FireChat, an app that lets people send messages without cell reception. Tens of thousands of protestors are gathering in Hong Kong’s financial district to protest changes to election policy that would let a mainland Chinese committee vet the city’s political candidates, and many […]

Free Windows 9 For Some Isn’t Too Crazy

From the TechCrunch.com’s article by Alex Wilhelm(@alex) At some point, speculating about what will become quickly obvious is difficult. Still, on the cusp as we are of the release of the first preview of what may be called Windows 9, it’s reasonable to take a few notes of the latest rumor cycle: Will Windows 9 be free? […]

Apple mops up iOS mess with new update

t’s iOS 8.0.2 to the rescue, Apple hopes, after a software upgrade the day before had a rough landing on thousands of iPhones. By Jon Skillings   @jeskillings of CNET.com’s FULL ARTICLE One day after a bungled iOS update disrupted key features on thousands of iPhones, Apple on Thursday issued a follow-on version of the software to set things […]

The iPhone 6 Plus Really Does Have A Bending Problem

Apparently metal may not be all its cracked up to be when it comes to the iPhone 6 Plus which, according to multiple complaints on the web and blogosphere, is becoming bent in peoples pockets. Check out the article and video links provided by Business Insider’s Sam Colt below: On Tuesday the iPhone 6 Plus was […]

6 of 30 tips (from CNET.com) every new iOS 8 user should know

Yesterday we brought you a CNET article that showed you how to hide photos on your iOS 8 equipped I-device, today we bring a handful of tips from their 30 tips every new iOS 8 user should know by James Martin, if you’d like to learn more please click the underlined link. Get notified when […]

How to hide (but not delete) a photo in iOS 8

From the CNET.com article by Matt Elliott Now that you where to find your photos in iOS 8, let us discuss a new feature of iOS 8 that lets you hide photos. In the Photos app, you now have the option of deleting or hiding photos. Neither choice, in fact, removes a photo immediately from your iPhone. When you delete […]

Internet’s security bug tracker faces its ‘Y2K’ moment

From Cnet.com’s Seth Rosenblatt (Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus) Unless you spent the first part of the year under a rock or offline, you’ve probably heard of Heartbleed. But chances are you don’t know the devastating vulnerability by its proper name: CVE-2014-0160. The three letters stand for Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures, 2014 refers to the year, […]