As you might have heard, Apple will be having a press event this week and rumours are running rampant that the company will be launching new iPad tablets at the event. Well, looks like we don’t have to wait till that event to take at the new iPads as Apple has somehow leaked them out through the official iPad User Guide for iOS 8.1 on iTunes.
At Google I/O few months ago, Google shared its vision of the entertainment in the living room through Android TV. Fast forward to today, the first device to run Android TV is now here in the form of the new Google Nexus Player which is manufactured by ASUS.
The MaxisONE postpaid plan that was announced a few months back is a very attractive postpaid plan that offers limitless calls and SMS, but there is one major problem with it – the data offered is very limited. Maxis has just introduced a new data add-on plan giving you 3GB of data for only RM58/month, and you can even share the data freely with up to 5 devices across any smartphone, tablet or even smartwatch.
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.
In this day and age, it’s understandable if you don’t know every single detail about Marvel and the comics it publishes, what with the plethora of characters, the copious amounts of comic book issues or hundreds of series. A few French students have come up with a solution that makes remembering the details, all the easier.
The Oppo N3 will be launching later this month, we’ve seen plenty of leaks recently and now, Oppo is busy teasing us. Just two days ago, they finally gave us a sneak peek of the camera, a couple of hours ago they posted a picture onto their Facebook page showing the camera being rotated to the front (shown in the picture above), and now, the CEO himself just teased the camera details.
A series of data breaches over the last year has caused the South Korean government to reconsider the national identification system. This is due to the fact that so many ID numbers have been stolen that it is putting the entire population at risk of identity theft. At the core of the issue is the ID number issued to each South Korean citizen above the age of 17; which is not randomly generated and contains details about the person associated with it.
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.