Mobile devices can’t seem to handle loading complex or HD pages in a quick manner. However, one iOS application called Speedafari is looking to help browsers who want to eliminate their loading time and save some battery life, according to recent reports.
Adobe is looking to make a designers process more efficient thought it’s latest endeavor called Project Comet. Reports are calling the new application a “godsend for UX designers.
Samsung customers who use the company’s mobile payments system can breathe a sigh of relief as the hack on LoopPay, a company that was brought in to help give the payments service a boost, did not hurt users.
In today’s technology market consumers are being offered devices that have some of the highest resolutions that the tech world has ever seen so far. What a lot of consumers may not know is that designers are having to put in a lot more work when it comes to making sites functional for an HD device.
Profile information for Microsoft users who also use Outlook or OneDrive services are being leaked via plain text in HTTPS connection, according to recent reports.
Almost any piece of equipment that used Wi-Fi or any web-based software has been under attack from researchers trying to point out security flaws. This time, a group of Singaporean researchers found a way to hack into wireless printers by using a drone and mobile phone combination.
The new malware affecting iPhones in China and Taiwan is called YiSpecter and it is causing users to encounter fullscreen ads on Apple devices. There are also a number of other security breaches that are associated with the malware, which is being referred to as a new species all together, according to recent reports.
GM, Chrysler and even Tesla had security flaws in their automobiles exposed and it began a chain reaction of researchers trying to hack into vehicles computer systems. Now, new research shows that the vehicle diagnostics and software upgrade equipment used by car dealerships and mechanic shops could be used to spread malware.
Hacking into databases isn’t just a minuscule task anymore. Hackers are stealing information by the millions and this time T-Mobile has been caught up in yet another data breach in 2015. 15 million T-Mobile customers have had their Social Security numbers, birth dates and names stolen in a recent data breach.
Microsoft released a new Windows update however, it was a bit suspicious and showed signs of being compromised. The company has since issued a statement saying that it was a test that wasn’t carried out correctly and as a result some computers may have fallen victim.