How to Use Continuity on your Mac and iOS Device

by Huei Song · 1 day ago · 5 Comments · 1.7k views

Apple Continuity

Now that I’m pretty sure most of you have already updated your Mac to OS X Yosemite and your iPhone to iOS 8.1, it’s time to make use of one of the most interesting features in these updates – Continuity. When Apple first took the curtains off its Mac OS X Yosemite, one of the most interesting things is Continuity whereby you can seamlessly work between your iOS devices and even Mac.

So, how do you turn on Continuity? Here’s a simple guide to help you make full use of your iOS and Mac devices.

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Twitter Introduces Digits, A New Way To Sign Into Apps

by Farhan · 1 day ago · 3 Comments · 478 views


Most people on the internet will be vaguely aware that passwords are very bad at securing accounts; Twitter believes that it has found a solution to the problem with Digits, This new service can easily be integrated with any mobile app, and will instead replace the old fashion user name and password combination with a phone number and SMS confirmation code.

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Facebook Launches a New App for iOS, Rooms, Which Allows Users to Post Anonymously

by Huei Song · 2 days ago · 4 Comments · 579 views

Facebook Rooms

If you’ve always had a bunch of sensitive questions to ask in a public forum, but don’t wish for people to know who you are, then Facebook has got just the app for you. The company has just launched a new app called “Rooms”, which allows you to participate in message boards anonymously.

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Magic 2015 Duels Of The Planeswalkers Relaunching Next Month

by Farhan · 2 days ago · No Comments · 265 views

M15 Card Zoom

Wizards of the Coast is relaunching the troubled Magic 2015 Duels of the Planeswalkers to address issues that have plagued the title. Criticism of additional in-app/in-game purchases on top of the initial price of buying the game. The updated version of the game will allow players to earn more in game packs without spending money, and make it cheaper to obtain all the campaigns for the mobile version.

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Hearthstone Heading To Android And iPhone In Early 2015

by Farhan · 3 days ago · 2 Comments · 287 views

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Blizzard has provided new details about the current state and future of its wildly popular online card game, Hearthstone. Aside from proudly proclaiming that the game now has more than 20 million players, the company also revealed that the Android and iPhone versions of the game are mostly complete; although the developers still have “a few more mana crystals to polish and some Angry Chickens to chase down“.

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Google Introduces a New Email App called Inbox, an Email that Works for You

by Huei Song · 3 days ago · 1 Comment · 2.6k views

Google Inbox

It looks like one email app is not enough for someone as big as Google, the company has recently introduced a whole new email app called “Inbox” that is made by the same people who made Gmail, but it’s not Gmail. Confused? So are we.

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Spotify To Allow Account Sharing Soon Via Spotify Family

by Syefri Zulkefli · 5 days ago · No Comments · 484 views

Spotify Family

For a lot of music lovers out there, Spotify proved to be an inexpensive way to access to their favourite music regardless of classic tunes or the latest chart busters. Furthermore, the monthly fees for the service in Malaysia is cheaper than United States at RM 14.90.

Soon, that fee might be even cheaper as Spotify has announced its new Spotify Family plan that allow users to share their subscription plan at half the normal price per additional user.

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Passage Allows Users To Use Images Instead Of Password

by Nicklaus Law · 5 days ago · No Comments · 519 views

passage 2Passage is looking to change how passwords function by enabling users to use images to verify the identity of its users. Developed by Peekabu, an Edinburgh-based team, the app wants rid the world of the need to memorise lengthy passwords.

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KakaoTalk Attempts To Fix The Damage Caused After Privacy Breach

by Nicklaus Law · 1 week ago · 1 Comment · 290 views

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The Korean-based messaging app wants to reduce the duration in which messages are stored and to implement end-to-end encryption in order to reassure its users after a recent intrusion of privacy in the form of leaked messages. Two weeks ago, KakaoTalk had reportedly given access to thousands of private messages to the South Korean government in an effort to filter out malicious rumours regarding South Korean President Geun Hye Park.

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Snapchat Says Users Are At Fault For Photo Leaks

by Nicklaus Law · 2 weeks ago · No Comments · 722 views

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In response to a recent snapchat leak, aptly named “The Snappening” took place over the weekend and a reported 200,000 users had their photos and videos compromised. A statement has been released on the company’s blog on the use of its unofficial API. As a result, Snapchat has taken zero responsibility on the photo leaks.

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Dropbox Passwords Leaked Online But The Service Itself Was Not Hacked

by Syefri Zulkefli · 2 weeks ago · 2 Comments · 1.2k views


Another day, another leak: hundreds of users name and password belonged to Dropbox users have been posted online earlier today on Pastebin by an anonymous user. It just a small chunk of more than six million Dropbox user names and password that the leaker claimed to have and willing to leak out further in exchange for Bitcoin.

One might immediately come to a conclusion that this leak was a result by security breach at Dropbox but according to the folks at the popular cloud storage service, that is not the case. So, what gives?

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New Photo-Sharing Mobile App Protects Your Pictures From Screenshots

by Nicklaus Law · 2 weeks ago · 1 Comment · 1k views


Users who love to share photos to their contacts but are worried of security and privacy issues are now able to breathe a sigh of relief as a new photo-sharing app has been developed that prevents recipients of your photos from snapping a screenshot. Called Yovo, the iOS app is looking to prevent unwarranted screenshots of your messages through employing a simple yet effective optical illusion. 

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