Archive for the ‘Internet News’ Category


Wireless Chargers at Starbucks Will Support New Qi Technology

Sunday, September 17th, 2017

Good news came in for coffee lovers and iPhone fans this week. The large coffeehouse chain Starbucks announced its wireless charging spots would support the Qi technology implemented in Apple's next iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. Powermat, who provides the public changing pads, has confirmed the news ...

New Nokia Android Flagship Smartphone Finally Revealed

Wednesday, August 16th, 2017

The new Flagship device of the Finnish company HMD Global will be launched in early September this year. This week, the company revealed the characteristics and the price of the smartphone which will be its first device branded with the name Nokia and powered by Google’s mobile operating system Android. Officially, ...

Mobile Apps Abandoned after one use by nearly 1 in 4 iOS and Android Users

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

There are millions of mobile apps available to those who use iOS and Android devices. Among those apps and mobile device users, there appears to be a decently sized percentage of users that only utilize a new mobile app one time and never go back to it. According to data ...

Palestinian Group Launches Massive DNS Hijacking to Hack AVG Website and Others

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

Hackers are always on the prowl for vulnerable websites, and it is like discovering gold when they are able to attack a security company's site as a Palestinian hacker group has just done with the AVG website. AVG is an Internet security firm that has long provided applications and solutions to ...

Critical Internet Explorer Bug Recently Uncovered But Was Reported Years Ago

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

The latest bug within Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser is just now being addressed but was something reported back in 2007. Microsoft seems to be rushing to address a discovered bug within their Internet Explorer web browser that was discovered by security researchers back in 2007. Hackers are using this bug ...

Twitter Targeted Again By Phishing Attack Through Malicious Site TwitterCut

Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

Twitter is the next best thing since sliced bread but it continues to be a prime target attacked by scams, phishing, spam and even spread malicious computer infections. Once again, Twitter users are being tricked into providing their username and password details to a website that originally spammed the users for ...

Remove Conficker Worm for Free and Prepare for April Fool’s Day Worm

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

If their ware a vaccine for Conficker Worm and the newest variant, Conficker.C, which some call the April Fool’s Day Worm, would you use it? A new threat of Conficker Worm has surfaced and many researchers are scrambling to not only prepare for it but remove it. Of course you could ...