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Hackers Threaten Apple: If No Ransom Paid, iPhones Will Be Remotely Wiped

Turkish Hackers have threatened that they will wipe out iPhones remotely unless Apple agrees to pay their ransom demand. The hackers have stated that they will wipe out 200 million iCloud accounts if their demands are not met.

Apple March 23, 2017

Logitech Reveals New Education-Focused Accessories For 9.7-Inch iPad

Logitech launched its Rugged Combo keyboard case for the newly launched 9.7-inch iPad. This product has been designed especially for students and can be used inside classrooms.

Gadgets March 22, 2017

April The Giraffe: All You Need To Know About The Animal

April the giraffe has been in the news because of the livestream that showed off her every move prior to the delivery of her fourth calf. Pregnancy and delivery are very different in the giraffe world than it is for humans.

Animals March 21, 2017

Tesla Model X Avoids Big Crash: Instant Torque Saves The Day

Tesla Model X's instant torque prevented a major accident recently. This is not the first time when the instant acceleration successfully foiled a major road mishap.

Car Tech March 21, 2017

Meet iPhone 7 Plus Retro: Vintage Design, Multicolor Apple Logo And More

The iPhone 7 Plus can be snagged in a vintage look courtesy of accessory maker Colorware. The iPhone 7 Plus Retro is available in limited quantities and will set consumers back by $1899.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 18, 2017

Colon Cancer: Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

Researchers have found that most people ignore symptoms that could be an indicator of colon or other forms of cancer. These symptoms may be a warning sign for cancer and early detection may save more lives.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 18, 2017

Exynos 8895 On Samsung Galaxy S8+ Beats Snapdragon 835 Variant On GeekBench

The Exynos 8895 has defeated the Snapdragon 835 in the GeekBench scores for the Samsung Galaxy S8+. However, the scores may alter after the release of Galaxy S8+ on March 29.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 18, 2017

Intel Kicks Off Bounty Program: Reward Of Up To $30,000 For Spotting Hardware Vulnerabilities

Intel has launched its first bug bounty program to secure its hardware, software and firmware. Researchers are encouraged to discover faults in Intel's systems and can get a reward of up to $30,000 for finding vulnerabilities.

Security March 17, 2017

Colon Cancer Cases On The Rise In US: All You Need To Know

Colon cancer has become a threat for Americans as it is the second leading cause for cancer-related deaths in the United States. However, the good news is that there are plenty of ways to reduce and counter the risks posed by colon cancer.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 17, 2017

Microsoft Surface Book 2 Rumors: New Clamshell Design, Launching In April

Microsoft may ditch the 2-in-1 design for its Surface Book 2 and opt for a clamshell look instead. The upcoming laptop could possibly be priced lower than its predecessor and launch in April.

Microsoft March 17, 2017

Bosch Partners With Nvidia For Developing AI-Powered Self-Driving Car System

Nvidia has announced that the company would collaborate with automotive supplier Bosch to develop AI-powered autonomous cars. These cars would use the recently launched Xavier chips from Nvidia.

Car Tech March 16, 2017

Apple To Launch 4 iPads: Are You Ready For 12.9-Inch iPad Pro 2, iPad Mini Pro, And More?

Apple will apparently launch the next-gen iPad Pro models in 12.9-inch and 9.7-inch variants. It will also launch the iPad Mini Pro and a 10.5-inch iPad Pro tablet in multiple colors and storage options.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 15, 2017

Google May Release Android 7.1.2 Nougat To Nexus, Pixel Devices On April 3

Google may release Android 7.1.2 Nougat publicly in the beginning of April for its Nexus and Google Pixel devices. Unfortunately, the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 will not benefit from the update.

Apps/Software March 14, 2017

Stop Reusing Or Rotating Passwords, They Are Easy To Crack

Data scientists found that reusing passwords leaves the user vulnerable to hacking. They also revealed that even the most complex passwords of 10 characters can be compromised in a month using hacking programs.

Security March 14, 2017

Bogoslof Volcano In Alaska Erupts Spewing Ash Clouds

The Bogoslof Volcano in Alaska, which has exploded for more than 35 times, has erupted again and resulted in an ash cloud. The explosion lasted for 12 minutes but has not made the AVO issue aviation warning.

Earth/Environment March 14, 2017

Two People Critically Ill After Consuming Toxic Tea In San Francisco

Two people in San Francisco have been poisoned by a herbal tea which contained traces of the toxic aconite. The health department is investigating the matter and has asked people not to consume the said tea.

Public Health March 13, 2017

Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ dbrand Skins Available For Preorder Under $10

Accessory maker dbrand has revealed two collections of phone skins for the impending Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones. Those interested can preorder the skins for under $10 now.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 12, 2017

California May Soon See Companies Testing Self-Driving Cars Without A Steering

According to a new proposal, California may soon allow testing of autonomous cars in its roads. This new policy would allow car companies to test these vehicles without a back up driver as well as steering wheels.

Car Tech March 12, 2017

Google Confirms Hardware Problem With Pixel Smartphones, Owners Will Have To Return Devices To Get A Fix

Some Google Pixel users were experiencing hardware issues regarding their microphones. Google has confirmed that devices with these issues would be recalled and the problem would be fixed.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 10, 2017

China Mulls Advanced Spacecraft Capable Of Moon Landing

China is gearing up to launch its first spacecraft that could be operated in low-Earth orbit and also capable of moon landing. This advanced spacecraft can carry three or four astronauts to the moon.

Space March 9, 2017

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