New Apple Headquarters approved

Apple Headquarters

City Council of Cupertino approved the new Apple headquarters about which we have written a while ago. The headquarters was devised and presented by Steve Jobs before his death. In exchange, Apple agreed to shell out more money to the city in the form of sales taxes, by reducing the returns they were getting from … Read more

Yahoo starts encrypting data due to NSA revelations


The search company Yahoo started encrypting all their data in the wake of the recent Edward Snowden leaks which showed that NSA was aggressively targeting internet giants like Google, Yahoo for the data of their users with no remorse. Companies like Google had encryption in many their services since a while, however Yahoo didn’t even … Read more

Secretive Trans Pacific Partnership trade agreement details leaked by Wikileaks – and its horrible


The whistle blower organization Wikileaks leaked the details of intellectual property chapter of the secretive Trans Pacific Partnership trade agreement. TPP was a trade treaty which was prepared by and on the incentive of major corporations – mainly US. For a few years it has been in the making, and governments, parliaments around the world … Read more

Recieve Facebook Birthday Notifications on Mobile via SMS

FACEBOOK FRIENDs BIRTHDAY NOTIFICATIONS BY SMS   None of us want to miss our friend’s birthday and in this modern cyber world the best way to remind your friend’s birthday is SMS but Facebook don’t have any direct feature to receive notification/reminder by SMS. This tutorial will teach you how to receive Facebook Birthday Notifications … Read more

Google’s Android 4.4 gives you Office for free – QuickOffice


Google has released Android 4.4 KitKat, and there’s a surprise in it for Microsoft – QuickOffice, which lets you edit, read, modify any Microsoft Office documents, for free. From now on, any Android user who upgrades to KitKat will get QuickOffice automatically, and and user of any device that ships with Android 4.4 KitKat already … Read more

Adobe hack affects 38 million users


If you had an account with Adobe or purchased anything from Adobe store online, you may be among the 38 million people discovered to be impacted by the recent hacking of Adobe. Adobe revealed on 3 Oct. that hackers stole around 3 million encrypted customer credit card records, and also Adobe’s famous Photoshop line of … Read more