Heartbleed, The Critical Widespread Encryption Bug, Can Steal Your Passwords

Heartbleed, The Critical Widespread Encryption Bug, Can Steal Your Passwords

Heartbleed, an encryption bug, become one of the biggest security threats the Internet has ever seen. The security bug has disturbed many well-known services and websites — ones you may utilize consistently, like Facebook, Twitter and Google — and may have silently revealed your sensitive personal information, for example, login names, passwords and credit card numbers. Heartbleed is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic application collection library by …

Twitter rolls out a brand new look of the user profile

Twitter rolls out a brand new look of the user profile

Twitter rolls out a brand new look of the user profile and start rolling out from today. The new design overhaul gives Twitter user a much larger profile picture and a customized header image as well as highlights your tweets that earned more attention than usual by making the font size slightly bigger than the rest. You can also select one of your favorite tweet and pin it to the …

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Google unveiled a new feature on their pages that shows the total number of profile, pages, posts and photo views on their pages. You can see a new figure beneath the user’s profile image, just next to where the follower count is shown. It contains the aggregate number of views for their profile, posts, and photos since October 2012. Obviously, this is a move to confirm once and for all …

Microsoft Officially Introduced Windows Phone 8.1

Microsoft Officially Introduced Windows Phone 8.1

Finally, Microsoft introduced its long-awaited Windows Phone 8.1 today at its BUILD 2014 conference in San Francisco. The first major feature that Microsoft added to Windows Phone 8.1 is Cortana. It is a female voice assistant similar to Apple’s Siri, and you can talk to her to send messages, set reminders, add notes, get directions, search the Web using Official Search engine Bing, and more. You can also ask questions …

HTC officially introduced the HTC One M8

HTC officially introduced the HTC One M8

After months of leaks, HTC has now finally unveiled the first official information and photos of its new version of Android-based Smartphone, the HTC One M8. Today, the company organized its dual press conferences in New York City and London to unveil the HTC One (M8) Smartphone, which was streamed live on HTC’s website. The HTC One (M8) phone will feature a 2GB of RAM with 2.3 GHz quad-core Qualcomm …

Dell-icious — Are Dell Laptops the Computer For You?

Dell-icious — Are Dell Laptops the Computer For You?

The great thing about laptops is that you can use them for work or for play, or for both as many people do. Either way, when you’re looking for a laptop, the chances you’ll want it to be light in weight and portable so you can take on business or simply relax with a movie or some music wherever you go. Of course, requirements vary from person to person, and …

Mozilla scraps Firefox for Windows 8’s Metro

Mozilla scraps Firefox for Windows 8’s Metro

Mozilla today announced it is scraping the Metro support from its upcoming version of the Firefox browser. Johnathan Nightingale, the Vice President of Firefox, ordered the company’s engineering leads and release managers to stop the development process earlier this week, saying that shipping a 1.0 version “would be a mistake.” “Mozilla builds software to make the world better, but we have to pick our battles,” Nightingale wrote. Nightingale also added …

Microsoft finally rolls out Skype integration to all Outlook.com users worldwide

Microsoft finally rolls out Skype integration to all Outlook.com users worldwide

After testing a preview version, Microsoft finally rolls out Skype integration to all Outlook.com users worldwide as of March 4. Microsoft unveils a preview version of the Skype-integration available to users in select markets in April 2013. In August, the service arrived in the US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, and Brazil and at that time company promised to make it available worldwide for Outlook.com users in the summer of 2013, …