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Month: July 2019

Aptoide Removes ‘Popcorn Time’ And ‘Showbox’ Apps Following Piracy Lawsuit

‘Popcorn Time’ and ‘Showbox’ Apps Removed From Aptoide Aptoide, a third-party alternative to Google’s official Play Store, has removed the popular Popcorn Time and Showbox listings from its repository, reports TorrentFreak. A few weeks ago, Aptoide was sued by two movie companies: TBV Productions, LLC and Hunter Killer Productions, Inc who are behind the movies “I […]
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10 Best 5G Smartphones To Buy In 2019

Undoubtedly, technology is growing at rapid rates. It’s only been a few years since 4G became a mainstream technology and 5G has already started gaining attraction. In fact, popular smartphone OEM’s like Samsung, Huawei, and LG have started shipping their first generation 5G smartphones. So in no particular order, these are the best 5G smartphones […]
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WhatsApp, Telegram Media Files Can Be Hacked, Say Researchers

Vulnerability in WhatsApp and Telegram could allow hackers to manipulate your private media files Researchers from cyber-security firm Symantec on Monday revealed in a blog post that a flaw in popular instant messaging and end-to-end encryption platforms, WhatsApp and Telegram could allow hackers to manipulate your private media files that are transferred through these services. According to Symantec researchers, […]
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Android Apps Are Collecting User Data Even After Being Denied Permission

Over 1,000 Android apps are harvesting your data without permission A new research study revealed that more than 1,000 Android apps available in Google Play Store violated permissions to steal private data such as messages, call logs, photos and more. Researchers from UC Berkeley’s International Computer Science Institute (ICSI), which produced the research, tested 88,000 apps from […]
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Nintendo Announces ‘Switch Lite’ Handheld Video Game For $199

Meet ‘Switch Lite’, Nintendo’s cheaper handheld video game console Nintendo finally unveiled its smaller and portable gaming console called the ‘Nintendo Switch Lite’, after months of being in speculation. “Adding Nintendo Switch Lite to the lineup gives gamers more color and price point options,” said Nintendo of America President Doug Bowser in a release. “Now consumers can choose […]
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