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Facebook say millions of names and emails were exposed

Facebook say millions of names and emails were exposed

12th October 2018 - Duncan McClean

Facebook have just confirmed that 50 Million names and email addresses have been exposed in their latest security breach. The social networking company released information of a security breach two weeks ago. However, Facebook have created a website so that users can find out whether their user information has been… Read More


All from Google’s event – October 2018

9th October 2018 - Duncan McClean

Google has just held an event where they announced new Google products. We have all you need to know in this article. Google Pixel 3 and 3XL Google has announced the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3XL. Prices start at $800 for the 3 and $900 for the 3XL. Read More


Major Facebook security bug could let hackers logon to over 50 MILLION accounts

Major Facebook security bug could let hackers logon to over 50 MILLION accounts

28th September 2018 - Duncan McClean

Facebook has just disclosed a security flaw which could have allowed hackers to log in to over 50 million Facebook accounts. The flaw could have let hackers login to your Facebook account by stealing your access tokens. Any users affected by the security flaw have been signed out from Facebook… Read More


New iPhones and New Apple Watches: – All From Apple’s Press Event

New iPhones and New Apple Watches: – All From Apple’s Press Event

12th September 2018 - Duncan McClean

At Apple’s Press Event on September 12th, the company announced a variety of new products. We’ve compiled a list of all you need to know into this article. No #1 Smartphone in the World iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR Apple announced three new iPhones. The XS, XS Max and the… Read More


Android 9 Pie – All you need to know

Android 9 Pie – All you need to know

6th August 2018 - Duncan McClean

Google has announced Android 9 Pie. The last release of Android was called Oreo. Each version of Android is named after a dessert. The update is already rolling out to Pixel and Essential devices. There are many noticible new features that are in this new release of Android. A few… Read More


Amazon announces Alexa for Hotels

Amazon announces Alexa for Hotels

19th June 2018 - Duncan McClean

Today, Amazon announced a new version of their Alexa voice assistant for Hotels. Marriott International will be one of the first to implement the new system. You’ll be able to ask for hotel information, housekeeping and room service. Guests will also be able to use features like the Flash Briefing… Read More


Papua New Guinea’s government are banning Facebook for a month

Papua New Guinea’s government are banning Facebook for a month

29th May 2018 - Duncan McClean

The government of Papua New Guinea are banning the social networking site, Facebook for a month. Sam Basil, the country’s communication minister suggested that it would allow them to remove false information from the social networking platform. He also suggested that the country could develop their own rival site to… Read More


This Week in Tech: 14th May – 18th May

18th May 2018 - Duncan McClean

This Week in Tech is a new series we’re creating that will roundup all of the Tech Headlines of that week. New articles will be released every Friday. In this week’s roundup: YouTube’s new Music Streaming service Mark Zuckerberg to be grilled by EU Officials OnePlus 6 Announced  IBM files… Read More


Google building a chatbot that can book appointments for you

Google building a chatbot that can book appointments for you

12th May 2018 - Duncan McClean

At Google’s I/O developer conference the other day, they showed off a new tool that they have been building. They’ve been building a life-like AI bot that will allow saying ‘OK Google, book a hairdressers appointment on Monday at 9 AM’ and it will phone up a local hairdressers… Read More


Twitter is advising users to change their passwords

Twitter is advising users to change their passwords

4th May 2018 - Duncan McClean

Twitter has advised users to change their passwords after a small data leak. Twitter Support tweeted: We recently found a bug that stored passwords unmasked in an internal log. We fixed the bug and have no indication of a breach or misuse by anyone. As… Read More


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