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How To Access Blocked Sites To Unblock Banned Webpages?

Restrictions and bans on websites are always annoying, and governments are now censoring content more than ever. Moreover, if you also feel stifled by the blocked websites in your office or school, here are some ways to access blocked websites. Check out 14 easy ways to bypass the censorship to access blocked websites. These easy-to-use […]

99% Email Attacks Require Human Interaction: Security Researchers

Email-based cyber attacks have become common these days. I am not the only one receiving emails saying that the file in the attachment contains data that I might be interested in knowing. Social engineering has become one of the major tools attackers use to lure targets into opening links or attachments. A report by Proofpoint […]

Here’s How It Stacks Up Against A Model 3

The VW ID 3 is finally here, and after the overhyped launch of the Porsche Taycan, the EV market has got a proper Tesla killer. The design of the VW ID 3 was leaked quite early, however, most of the time it was under this bubble gum wrap. Image Credit: Volkswagen The VW ID 3 […]

Does Apple’s App Store Tweak Put An End To Its Deemed Monopoly?

Apple’s monopoly over its App Store was evident when a majority of its apps took top positions in search results, instead of those related to the search query. This was a year ago, and the situation seems to have changed, as suggested by the latest report. Apple’s App Store tweak As per an analysis by […]

Almost Every US State Is Launching ‘Anti-Trust’ Probe Against Google

After months of rumors, the biggest anti-trust probe is finally going to happen. On Monday, over fifty U.S states’ attorney generals announced an anti-trust investigation against Google. The investigation, led by Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton from Texas will primarily look at the tech giant’s online advertising and Internet search practices. The antitrust investigation will […]

Weird ‘Orange Screenshot Bug’ Annoys Windows 10 Users Who Installed KB4512941

Windows Updates are supposedly designed to add new features and reduce problems on our machines. But those who installed Windows 10 cumulative update KB4512941 are not having a good time at all. Just recently we told you about the high CPU usage and broken Windows Search because of KB4512941. Now, the said Windows Update is […]

6.3-Inch PureDisplay, 48MP Camera, Snapdragon 660

HMD Global has announced its new ‘performance mainstream’ smartphone, the Nokia 7.2. It is aimed at the mass market, yet features premium capabilities, like a large HDR10-capable display with PurePlay enhancements, and a triple-module camera with a 48 MP sensor. When compared to its predecessor in the same price segment, the Nokia 7.2 upgrades itself in every important aspect […]

A Lineup of PCIe 4.0 x4 SSDs

GOODRAM has introduced its first SSDs featuring a PCIe 4.0 x4 interface designed for new-generation high-end PCs. Set to be available in 500 GB, 1 TB and 2 TB configurations, the drives are based on Phison’s PS5016-E16 controller. Just like other PCIe 4.0 x4 SSDs powered by the E16, GOODRAM’s IRDM Ultimate X SSDs use […]

6 Best Free PDF Editors In 2019 To Edit And Annotate PDFs

Whether you work in an office or a college pursuing individual, PDFs are a commonly used file format. While PDF files are easy to share, editing them is a difficult task. You need specialized software to edit a PDF file. When it comes to PDF editors, there are plenty of them out there, but the […]

Calcium Could Finally Replace Lithium-Ion Batteries In Smartphones

You can find lithium-ion batteries in smartphones, tablets, laptops, electric cars, and nearly all the electronics around you. Researchers’ addiction to lithium aside, there are several drawbacks to lithium-ion batteries; they are known for being unstable, and it explodes. Recently, we did a story on a Xiaomi phone where the device blew in the victim’s […]