Apple Could Be Including Beats Music With iOS

by Nicklaus Law · 2 days ago · No Comments · 321 views

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Apple could be set to include Beats Music in its new versions of iOS starting from next year onwards.  The music streaming service will supposedly be bundled with iOS devices and will be included as a standard feature in a future update to iOS some time in early 2015. According to a report from Financial Times, the service will continue to use its subscription-based model and will likely be rebranded.

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Yahoo Search Set To Be Default Search Engine In Mozilla Firefox

by Nicklaus Law · 2 days ago · 2 Comments · 425 views

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Yahoo and Mozilla Firefox entered into a five-year partnership to allow the former to be the main search engine for the web browser. The change will take place sometime in December and will start in the United States on both mobile and desktop versions of the web browser.

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Malware Changes Targets, Now After Password Manager Passwords

by Farhan · 2 days ago · No Comments · 660 views


It is generally considered to be good practice to use a different password each account, although most users will admit that this is easier said than done. This has lead to an increased use of password managers to automatically remember passwords, and this in turn has apparently caused malware to switch to targeting these password managers.

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Destiny Trial And Demo Now Available on Current-Gen And Last-Gen Platforms

by Nicklaus Law · 3 days ago · No Comments · 460 views


Owners of a video-game console that have not gotten their hands on Destiny, a first-person shooter with a hint of RPG elements, may be delighted to hear that both a trial and demo of the game are now available for download. Users whom decide to buy the game after playing the trial will be able to transfer their character progress to the full version of the game.

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LINE Pop Up Store Is Coming To Malaysia Once Again

by Syefri Zulkefli · 4 days ago · No Comments · 434 views

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Even though LINE is primarily known as an instant messaging app, its reach has long transcended into other areas including those outside of virtual world. For example, the popularity of LINE merchandises featuring its well-known mascots has somewhat helped strengthen the app’s presence throughout the world.

If you are a fan of those merchandises, here’s a news for you then: LINE’s pop-up store is coming to Malaysia once again.

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All Windows Phone 8 Devices To Receive Free Upgrade to Windows 10

by Nicklaus Law · 1 week ago · 4 Comments · 940 views

In response to a user’s question, Microsoft has confirmed that the all Windows Phone 8 devices will be getting free upgrades to the software giant’s upcoming operating system, Windows 10. Details regarding the upcoming OS are scarce as Microsoft is currently working on Windows 10 for computers.

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Samsung And BlackBerry Partner To Increase Android Security

by Farhan · 1 week ago · No Comments · 263 views


BlackBerry has announced that it has entered into a partnership with Samsung to provide enhanced security features to the Android platform. The agreement is mainly for the enterprise market, where BlackBerry holds the most secure platform; while Samsung has been attempting to make in-roads with its own Samsung KNOX solutions.

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Windows Phone Survives Hacking Competition While Other Operating Systems Fall

by Farhan · 1 week ago · 1 Comment · 2.8k views

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Hewlett-Packard has concluded its most recent edition of Pwn2Own hacking competition with Windows Phone 8.1 holding up remarkably well against attempts to hijack the system. Other smartphones like the iPhone 5S, Amazon Fire Phone, and Samsung Galaxy S5 all fell to the coordinated attacks from white hat hacker who later turned over details of the attacks to manufacturers.

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Microsoft Makes Visual Studio Free For Almost Everyone

by Farhan · 1 week ago · 2 Comments · 2k views

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Microsoft has announced that it is making access to Visual Studio 2013 free for everyone. Available under the Visual Studio Community 2013 release developers will be able to use the development environment to make apps for Windows, Android, and iOS; although the license prevents it from being used for designing enterprise apps.

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Gamers Unhappy Over Microtransactions In Assassin’s Creed Unity

by Nicklaus Law · 1 week ago · No Comments · 1.6k views

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Assassin’s Creed: Unity’s microtransactions have sparked an outrage from the gaming community after players discovered that the microtransactions – which help speed up the process of character progression – can cost up to US$ 99.99 (RM 333.60).

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Microsoft Advises All Users To Install Latest Security Patch To Close Catastrophic Bug

by Farhan · 1 week ago · No Comments · 1.6k views

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Microsoft has released its most recent round of patches and urgently advises all users to update their operating system. This is because it has disclosed the existence of a bug that could potentially leave anyone running Windows vulnerable to remote installation of malicious code.

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“Masque Attack” Vulnerability on iOS Can Mask Itself as Legitimate Apps to Steal Information

by Huei Song · 1 week ago · 2 Comments · 1k views

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Just about a week after the Wirelurker malware in iOS was discovered, Apple’s mobile operating system is now facing yet another vulnerability called “Masque Attack”. As its name suggests, when infected, the attack will mask itself as an existing app, making it almost impossible to discover while it sits there quietly collecting all your personal information and even banking data.

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