Thursday, 21 Jan 2016
The bug occurs when the iPhone 6s Plus phone's clock is adjusted, and Apple has a temporary fix while they investigate the glitch. More details inside.
By isolating the cookie store used by public Wi-Fi’s captive portals, Apple prevents a three-year long flaw where hackers can access a user’s cookies to rewrite it with malicious content.
Google's new Brotli compression algorithm could help web pages load a lot faster, in addition to reducing data transfer fees and battery consumption for mobile users.
Musicians rejoice, Apple has just released its new and free Music Memos app that was designed to help musicians quickly and easily record tracks.
Wednesday, 20 Jan 2016
Microsoft Philanthropies, with support from Microsoft Research and Microsoft Business Development, will donate US$1 billion in Microsoft cloud services to some 70,000 non-profits and university researchers over the next three years.
Samsung is being sued by the Consumentenbond, the largest consumer protection advocacy agency in Netherlands, for not updating the software on its smartphones in a timely manner.
Tuesday, 19 Jan 2016
Netflix's controversial VPN ban may not be beneficial to anyone, and that includes Netflix themselves. Here's what Wired thinks and we agree with them. Click here to learn why.
Remember you used to have to tediously convert your video files to one of Apple TV’s supported formats before actually watching them? Those days are now over with VLC media player now available on Apple TV. More details inside.
Due to the fluctuating exchange rates, Apple will be increasing the prices of apps in 7 countries which include Singapore. How much will that increase be? Hit the link to find out more!
WhatsApp announced yesterday that it will no longer be charging annual subscription fees. It also reiterates that there will be no third-party ads, and will test tools to allow users to connect with businesses and organizations that they want to hear from.