Yahoo Has Won Gold, Silver Medals For Worst Hacks In History

For years the Yahoo hack will be remembered. It is revealed more than 1 billion users accounts were hacked in 2013. SSP Blue CEO Hemu Nigam comments the internet company has won gold and silver medals for the worst hacks in history. SSP Blue is an online security consultancy firm founded by Hemanshu (Hemu) Nigam. Lately, once again, Yahoo has come...

What’s In Store In 2017 At The Stable Of Apple

Do you feel the last couple of years of Apple were big? You may be wrong and need to wait for 2017, the year that will unfold completely different story, if believed to all the rumors and those turns true. 2017 will be the 10-year anniversary of the original iPhone. iPhone It is widely rumored the iDevice giant could release a major...

IT Hiring Trends In 2017: Survey

Hiring is really a challenging job and in 2017 it won't be an easy job either. In the Information Technology segment filling up key security and networking roles will be tough task. Below are some of the important highlights to expect next year. No widespread salary gains A survey reveals about 63 percent of major IT leaders believe salary to remain...

Following Reliance Jio’s Grand Success Indian Telecom Operators Believe Market Is For ‘Survival Of The Best’

The mobile tariff war has taken bumpy turn making the consumer again king afterall in India. Following Reliance Jio's mega success the rival operators too have come up with unlimited voice calls across the country. Let's take a closer look to the industry. BSNL Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), the state owned carrier has not yet rolled out, but is learned...

Samsung To Remotely Bar Note 7 From Charging If You Have Not Returned In Recalls

If you are one of those who have not yet returned the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 even after the final recall from Samsung, here's a disappointing pinch of news that will make the device useless for you forever, The South Korean giant is paving ways to intentionally brick it in the US, which is of course a last-ditch attempt to...

Microsoft May Install Non-Removable Programmable SIM In PCs

The survival today is not for the fittest, but for the best. Microsoft seems lately has understood and is now back with better than ever product, probably seems so. It has come up with installation of non-removable programmable SIM cards and data radios in PCs as well as Windows tablets. The company announced at its WinHEC (Windows Hardware Engineering Community)...

8 Unknown Facts About Indian Actress, Politician Jayalalithaa

Born in 1948, the Indian actor and politician Jayalalithaa Jayaraman is no more among us. Her death due to cardiac arrest was announced on Monday late evening by Apollo Hospitals in Tamil Nadu capital Chennai. She is well known for her more than a ton films from 1961 to 1980 and later as chief minister of the state repeatedly....

Google’s Latitude Takes Re-Birth As Trusted Contacts?

Remember Google Latitude? Seems it has returned back and didn't die forever in 2013. This may be reason for the search giant not to make a replacement then for its version of iOS's Find My Friend. The location tracking is now called as Trusted Contacts. Google has just launched it to help people communicate with their ones or locate them...

Japan Don’t Allow Driverless Cars On Its Roads; Nissan Testing At Its Plant

Japan has not yet allowed driverless vehicles to ply on its roads, but Nissan Motor Co. seems desperate to test the technology there too. It has found a way, yet not violating the law of the country. At its Oppama plant near Yokohama, the auto giant is testing one of its self-driving cars that is used to tow vehicles on...

What iPhone 8 Looks In Your Dream

Let's dream. In fact let's dream together. Let's dream about the Apple's next flagship iPhone 8 amid tepid reviews of the latest iPhone 7, initially inventories of which were sold out quickly and to meet further demand the company had to scramble. The next iPhone will be the next big thing from the stable of iDevice giant as next year...