Apple Admits Reduced iPhone 5S Battery Issue

Apple admits that its some iPhone 5s have manufacturing issue that’s causing reduced battery life, and gave a valid statement to the New York Times- We recently discovered a manufacturing issue affecting a very limited number of iPhone 5S devices that could cause the battery to take longer to charge or result in reduced battery life. We are reaching out …

No Docking Station For You, “Out Of Stock”

Not a good news for the ones who are looking for a docking station for themselves, as it was reported by ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley that some dealers deal with-blink and gone situation in shopping for docking station. The catch is, it’s not supposed to hit the market until early next year, at the earliest. To be more precise, user …

Facebook Offered $1 Billion For Buying Snapchat

According to the reports, The Wall Street Journal’s Evelyn Rusli and Douglas MacMillan revealed that Facebook had offered a lot of money to Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel and about a month ago Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel claimed that the Company never got any legal acquisition offer from a large company. Snapchat is no doubt has became a large company and …

Apple, Google And Others Set To Face Trial Over Anti-Poaching Agreements

According to the reports, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh have made a rule that Apple, Google and several other large tech companies will face a trial over “no solicitation” agreements, which will prevent companies to hire each other employees. “The court finds that, based on the extensive documentary evidence, economic theory, data, and expert statistical modeling, plaintiffs’ methodology demonstrates that …

Germany Wants National Internet Because Of The NSA Spying

Report suggests that Germany is now creating its own Internet to secure communications from spying by foreign intelligence services. State-backed Deutsche Telekom is currently urging other German communications firms to “cooperate to shield local Internet traffic from foreign intelligence services” like the National Security Agency (NSA), Reuters reported Friday. Germany chancellor is very angry from this report, however on Wednesday, …

Google Purchased French Company FlexyCore

Five-year old French company FlexyCore, helps to optimize the Android OS for manufacturers and carriers, as well as consumers with the use of apps DroidBooster. Google purchased this company in €16.9 million ($23.3 million) to boost Android operating system. A Google spokesman confirmed the acquisition, but declined to offer further details. This partnership was in talk since September 2012 the …

Facebook Now Re-banning Decapitation Videos

Six months ago, Facebook banned to post any brutal, gruesome decapitation videos and yesterday company decided to remove that ban. But in less than 24 hrs company again flipped and decided to re-ban such videos. It’s an ugly tug of war between free speech, censorship, horrifying content, etc. that can sort of dictate what people see in their feeds. Facebook …

Facebook To Allow The Posting Of Gruesome Decapitation Videos

The Social Media Company Earlier banned violent material earlier in May this year, as it was related to the damage which can spread viral psychological damage among its users. However, Facebook now allows the posting of gruesome decapitation videos popular especially among militant groups in the Middle East, North Africa, and South America, the BBC reports. The new policy is …

Nokia’s iPod Shuffle-Like Audio Device Leaked

Nokia Guru, a device in an iPod shuffle-sized casing with a belt clip, side volume buttons and a microUSB port, but with no display screen is in a rumor nowadays. It’s assumed to be a wireless device which will connect through Nokia device. The initial Nokia Guru above by @evleaks is in full-on neon blue, but is assumed in three …

Key Government Security Certification Earned By Windows Phone 8

After extensive testing National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has given Windows Phone 8 its FIPS 140-2 security accreditation. It literally means government have allowed to use cryptographic algorithms by Windows Phone 8 to protect sensitive data inside its products or to determine the secure applications. This is really a good news for Windows phone which had a hard …

A Chinese Reporter Shi Tao Had Been Released On 23 August

A writer’s group has announced that Shi Tao had been released on 23 August, 15 months before the end of his sentence.He was the Chinese journalist who was jailed after Yahoo disclosed details of his email has been released in 2005.However,there was no indication why Shi was released earlier. Actually he disclosed the secrets of the government in 2004 and …

It’s Yahoo’s Turn For The Transparency Report

Yahoo must have been left out because now, it has joint the wagon of Apple, Microsoft and Facebook in publishing Transparency reports. It has issued its first ever Transparency report detailing the US Government’s data requests from the 1st of January to the 30th of June, 2013. By doing so, Yahoo has fought The National Security Agency’s (NSA) worries. It …

Apple Under Scan For Ethical And Legal Violation

Apple’s budget iPhone has been accused for Ethical and Legal violations by Labor group. The Chinese Labor Watch organization that condemned Apple supplier Pegatron for serious rights violations in July set by Labor, that has resulted into condemning a different company, claiming to get involved in the production of Apple’s upcoming lower-priced iPhone. Being referred to as the iPhone 5C, …

John McCain Caught Red-handed

Getting caught red-handed is really embarrassing. However, the United States Senator, who is the 2008 Republican Presidential Nominee, John McCain has been caught red-handed while playing Poker Player on his iPhone during an important hearing at Syria. The Senate hearing was about the use of force in Syria which was really important from the country’s security point of view. The …

Web Portal Of Yahoo China Closed

Operated by Chinese e-commerce and Internet services giant Alibaba Group, Yahoo China, has unfortunately closed its Web portal. A good-bye message is now displayed on the site that later redirects visitors to now.taobao.com which is a news site that is run by Alibaba Group’s Taobao. In accordance with a 2012 agreement made between Alibaba Group and Yahoo consisting of Yahoo …