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Bengaluru-based hacker #Anand_Prakash has been awarded $15,000 (approximately Rs 10 lakh) for finding a bug in Facebook's login system. The bug, if exploited, could let hackers access a user's messages, photos and even debit/credit card details stored in the payments section, among others.
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  • dey8679
    dey8679 June 11, 2016
    Good news for facebook users...????

# Moto G (Gen 3) 16GB/1GB RAM for Rs 9,999
# Lenovo Vibe P1m for Rs 7,999
# Samsung Galaxy On5 for Rs 8,190
# Coolpad Note 3 Lite for Rs 6,999
# Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime for Rs 6,999
# Asus Zenfone Max for Rs 9,999
# Acer Liquid Z530 for Rs 6,999

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A new #WhatsApp update has added the document_sharing_feature, which many rivals of the messaging app already have, on Android smartphones.

The document sharing a feature of WhatsApp allows users to only share PDF files for now. This means that there is no support for .doc, .xls and oth... read moreer commonly used file formats; there is no official word on when the company will start supporting these.

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KGI Securities' Ming-Chi Kuo, who is considered the most well-informed analyst when it comes to #Apple, has said in a research note that the company will slash the price of iPhone 5S by 50% once iPhone SE hits the market (on March 22).

There is no certainty over whether this price cut w... read moreould be implemented in India as well!

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The Lok_Sabha has seen an impassioned debate on anti-nationalism and sedition, but that hasn't stopped some from having fun while taking a political position.

Some Facebook users have begun participating in an anti-national nomination game, Here is how it goes:

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Up... read moreon being declared "anti-national", you put up a status announcing the same, and nominating five other friends who you believe are fellow "anti-nationals". These five, in turn, must respond within a day and nominate another set of five "anti-nationals" each, and so on. Failure to respond, according to the rules of the game, is punishable --the "anti-nationals will come to you and sing revolutionary songs of freedom and throw roses" at the defaulter.
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Here are seven such hot gadgets that made their appearance at Mobile world congress (MWC) 2016, mobile industry.

# LG G5
South Korean technology giant LG's flagship smartphone G5 is among the hottest devices to be unveiled at MWC 2016.

# Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge... read morer /> After a series of rumors and speculations, Samsung took the cover off its latest flagship smartphone Galaxy S7.

# LG Rolling Bot
A home robot, LG's Rolling Bot is an ideal device for home surveillance and more.

# Interactive paper toys
Among some quirky gadgets showcased at MWC 2016 was 3.14's Kamibot robot.

# Huawei MateBook
The MateBook is a hybrid laptop powered by Windows 10 and runs on the 6th generation Intel Core M-series processor.

# HP Elite X3
Windows 10 Mobile-powered Elite X3 smartphone comes with some of the most powerful hardware on a smartphone.

# ZTE Spro Plus smartprojector
ZTE Spro is a smartprojector that facilitates voice conference, projection, touchscreen and improved visual features.

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On the outskirts of this sleepy commuter town just south of London, plans are underway to build the fastest cellphone network in the world.

The work is being done at the University of Surrey with some of the world's biggest tech companies, including Samsung and Fujitsu collaborating to ... read moreoffer mobile internet speeds more than 100 times faster than anything now available. Their work on so-called fifth-generation, or 5G, wireless technology is set to be completed in early 2018 and would, for example, -- let students download entire movies to smartphones or tablets in less than five seconds, compared with as much as eight minutes with current 4G technology.

** Doesn't that sound awesome friends? #Wat_say. **

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Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Monday tried to extend an olive branch to mobile phone companies, on which the popular social network company increasingly relies, but which are also among his biggest critics.

Speaking for the third straight year to an annual gathering of tel... read moreecoms executives at the Mobile World Congress, Zuckerberg sought to show his company could be a valuable, if truculent, ally to the wireless industry.

He described a new project Facebook is working on with major telecom players, including Nokia, Deutsche Telekom, SK Telecom and Intel to help rapidly build far faster mobile networks at lower costs.

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  • Deepak Mishra
    Deepak Mishra February 23, 2016
    Facebook as company has probably gone down, hasn't it? This is the time they should invest their fortune in some other business.

The i at the start of iPhone is one of its defining features. And it mostly refers to “internet”, though not entirely.

Launched in 1998, the computer marked the beginning of the modern Apple. Introducing that computer, Steve Jobs said that the computer was targeted at the “number ... read moreone use that the consumers say they want to use the computer for”: the internet.

“’i' also means some other things to us,” Mr Jobs said. During the launch, he showed a slide with a number of different headings: internet, individual, instruct, inform, inspire....................

"i" would eventually find its place in the name of the iPhone, a product that had a similar effect for Apple as the iMac.

Share down ur opinions @iPhone!

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  • Oberoi's Corner
    Oberoi's Corner February 23, 2016
    yeah@ everyone have dere own definitions for "i", in regard to, how dey perceive an iPhone!
  • Deepak Mishra
    Deepak Mishra February 23, 2016
    You are making your own theory? Even Jobs might not be sure about what that "i" means.
  • S Saeran S
    S Saeran S February 23, 2016
    I think 'i' in iPhone stands for 'eye'. Means that the phone which releases coolness for your eyes.

Earlier this month, a Guardian report flagged a curious ‘Error 53’ message that was disabling iPhones. The error was caused by unofficial repair shops replacing the connector that ran between the Touch ID sensor in an iPhone’s home button — usually in the process of replacing faulty home but... read moreton assemblies.

Today, Apple is issuing an updated version of iOS 9.2.1 for users that update their iPhones via iTunes only. This update will restore phones ‘bricked’ or disabled by Error 53 and will prevent future iPhones that have had their home button (or the cable) replaced by third-party repair centers from being disabled. Note that this is a patched version of iOS 9.2.1, previously issued, not a brand-new version of iOS.

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