Ladies beware, Karen “Gary” Kazaryan is blackmailing over 350 woman after hacking into their Facebook, Skype and email accounts where he finds their nude or semi nude pictures, and uses them against them. After illegaly obtaining the pictures from their personal accounts, he contacts them and forces the women to undress for him via webcam, or [...]
If you take a look at GeorgeThePlushie’s YouTube Channel, one could assume that he was bullied for being a poor gamer in his youth. Making a come back, George’s recent gaming achievements include clocking ‘Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3′ in just four minutes! This guy must has one helluva lot of time on his hands… [...]
This morning we told you about Blackberry’s introduction yesterday of their new operating system and two new smartphones.
Thomas Friedman wrote a best-selling book about our connected world in 2004, called The World Is Flat. But that was mostly before the dawn of Facebook.
Iran has successfully sent a monkey into space, just over a year after their first attempt at simian space flight failed, which resulted in the untimely death of the banana-loving pilot. Without disclosing the location of the launch site, Iranian State TV claimed that the ape was sent 120 kilometres into space in an Explorer rocket, and [...]
We have to keep reminding ourselves that this is Africa, after all, and innovative, location specific things happen in our midst all the time.
Look, we can’t fault Microsoft for trying, and they seem to have pulled off a cool advert. But whether that will make any difference as to whether you actually want to use Internet Explorer or not, remains the unanswered question.
Google is looking to change the password game. No longer will you have to remember complex password phrases, or give away incredibly stupid ones (password1, w’re looking at you), but simply tap a ring on a computer, or insert a USB drive.
In an astounding conflict of interest, a local online marketing company that charges its corporate clients to promote their products and services online, has been revealed to be behind a local website that may sell fake Twitter followers, Facebook fans, and YouTube views. Depending on the method used, buying Twitter followers, Facebook fans or YouTube [...]
Earlier this week, we told you about the 15 000 (at least) new app submissions that BlackBerry is planning on launching alongside the launch of its new smartphones and OS. Here is a good look at a lot more information ahead of that launch. Rogers is a Canadian wireless carrier and has started training its [...]
An American software developer has been fired after his bosses learned that he outsourced all his work to China – something he was being paid a six figure salary for.
In the spirit of getting your life administration jacked up to acceptable levels, we present four awesome cloud storage solutions, and their comparative strengths and weaknesses. For the sake of benchmarking value, we’ve taken the liberty of comparing what you’d get from each of these services for $9,99 a month.
Shame, this woman took a photo of her dress to put it up on ebay for sale and didn’t realise the mirror behind the dress had caught a glimpse of her taking the picture. Naked. The internet ensured the ad and picture went viral.. This, from Gawker: An unnamed eBay seller from Oxfordshire has attracted [...]
A lot of cool kids are getting their iPhone 5s at the moment. I got mine (64gb) on Monday from Digicape and G-Man got his yesterday (his first iPhone since the 3). We both went for the white over the black. This is why: 1) The black iPhone 5 is highly susceptible to scuff and [...]
Many strange things have been seen on Google’s Street View application. Now they’ve been forced to answer about the fate of a donkey in Botswana that they may or may not have knocked over. They have of course denied knocking the donkey over.
Google has been handed a clear message from Brussels that will see the search giant have to modify the way it presents its results because it unfairly promotes links to its own services above those of third party companies.
A school in Texas, in the United Sates, of America, has been given the right to force its students to wear locator chips when they are on school property.
It was six years ago that the world received something it had yet to conceive: the iPhone. That historical day saw Steve Jobs make his way onto stage at the Moscone Centre in San Francisco to deliver a product that has revolutionised the mobile phone market.
You need to box smart these days, if you want to take your brand / clients to the next level. Banner ads and bullshit reports about “Advertising Value Equivalent” just won’t cut it anymore. You need to move ahead and keep your finger on the pulse, before you get eaten. Here’s how:
Mark Shuttleworth took a few minutes out form patrolling the floor at the ongoing CES 2013 conference in the USA to demo the latest development edition of the Ubuntu OS for smartphone. Apart from a basic scroll through a a few sceen scopes, Shuttleworth painted a picture the one device/multi-screen functionality of the OS, which [...]
The laptop or tablet device of the future might just be one that rolls up and can be shoved into your pocket. A new paper-thin device with a flexible plastic screen that users can bend and touch to change the display has just been unveiled.
Instacube is the living canvas for your Instagram and Facebook photos. Finally liberated from your smart devices, Instacube streams (real-time) the candids of your friends, family and favorite people to you throughout the day.
Mark Shuttleworth has announced that his company, Canonical Ltd, has built an Ubuntu Linux system for smartphones. It will work as a full desktop operating system (OS) when connected to a monitor, keyboard, and mouse.
“Pretty cute, but awkwardly dressed”. That is how the average Mac female user is being described, according to a tech start-up who claims to have compiled the profile using data sourced from 1,1 million different Facebook profiles.
As US gun laws come under the spotlight after the tragic mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut another issue is receiving press, that of weapon manufacturers using games such as Medal Of Honor to market their wares.
Twitter has launched Twitter Archive, which allows you to download every single one of your tweets, ever. A post on the company blog announced the decision this morning. It’s no secret: You make Twitter what it is. And if you tweet, you may have found yourself wanting to go back in time and explore your [...]
The Pentagon’s blue-sky researchers recently took an upgraded LS3 (Legged Squad Support System) robot out on a walk through the woods and hills of Fort Pickett, Virginia. This was the first test conducted on the LS3 after bolstering the autonomy functions for this R459m project – now in its fifth year.
When it comes to backing up, cloud storage is an option, but you can only use cloud storage for small backups. There isn’t a service on this green earth that can rival the space and portability of your averagely expensive external hard drive, right? Wrong.