Georgia Says Someone in U.S. Government Tried to Hack Voter Registration Database

Georgia’s Secretary of State Mr.Brian Kemp, a Republican, said it found evidence of an attempted hack on its voter registration database by a Department of Homeland Security device. Secretary of State, wrote a letter to Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson, saying therein that on 15th November 2016, an IP address connected to Department of Homeland Security made an unsuccessful attempt...

Microsoft Now Official Owner Of LinkedIn

After getting its final European commission approvals earlier this week, Microsoft finally sign a deal with LinkedIn. Microsoft announced its intention to acquire LinkedIn That Microsoft now officially owns LinkedIn Corporation. LinkedIn the social network for professionals. Microsoft will acquire LinkedIn for $196 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at $26.2 billion. Both of these companies said on Thursday that...

Lenovo yoga book review: a new kind of tablet

The Lenovo Yoga Book gets credit for offering one of the most unusual designs we've ever seen: This super portable two-in-one laptop/tablet hybrid includes a Wacom sketching pad that can instantly transform into a QWERTY keyboard. This hybrid between a laptop and a tablet than runs on Android / Windows. Yoga Book looks to combine productivity and entertainment. The...

IPhone 8 price, specs and release Date Leaks and Rumours

The craze about the next iPhone is going on, and many rumors are already tickling its fans. iPhone has been become a popular Smartphone for the users all around the world, as iPhone series is designed with excellent durability with stylish looks which make the People very attractive. The first iPhone series was released on 2007 and iPhone 6,...

Hackers destroyed Saudi Aviation Agency System

An attack on the computer systems of Saudi Arabia’s aviation agency, reported on Thursday (Dec,8,2016), On this hack, hackers used a version of a specific type of cyber weapon, called Shamoon, which operates like a time bomb. This is a reminder that the problems of cyber-attack are still very much with us. This isn't the first time the kingdom is the target of cyber-crime....

Apple shows ambition to get into self-driving car race

Apple was first rumored to be working on an autonomous vehicle in early 2015, when reports suggested that the company already had 600 employees working on an electric car design. Later that year, more rumors suggested that the company hoped to launch an electric car to the public by 2019. Apple has not confirmed or denied its move into the automotive industry. But...

Intel may use AMD GPUs to challenge Nvidia’s rising power

Today, the world of graphical processing units (GPUs) is segregated between Intel integrated graphics on the low end and dedicated GPUs from Nvidia and AMD on the high end. Intel graphics are intended for running the operating system, productivity apps, and the most casual games, while dedicated GPUs are intended for any kind of serious gaming. For more than a decade,...

Google Finally patches Dirty Cow vulnerability through latest Android security update

Google has just released a android security update fixes the serious dirty COW privilege escalation attack that can allow malicious apps to take full control of devices. The latest security patch has patched a total of 50 security flaws, 11 of which are deemed critical. Google says that some of these critical vulnerabilities can remotely enable arbitrary code execution in...

Audi r8 v10 Spyder: A supercar that anyone can drive

Audi took the wraps off its most ambitious road car yet, borrowing the name from its race-winning cousin to boot: The R8 supercar. Audi is launching a convertible version of its R8 Spyder, the R8 Supercar, which makes its debut first at the New York auto show back in March, then UK for the first time at 2016 Goodwood Festival Of Speed,...

Mark Zuckerberg working with fact-checkers to combat fake news problems

Facebook became mired in controversy after some users complained about fake news. Returning to the controversy over fake news the Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said over the weekend that the company was working with fact-checking to combat fake news problems. The challenge of fake and misleading news has come to the fore in the wake of the US presidential election....