Microsoft All Set For The Next Console War?

It’s good news for gamers, especially if you are an Xbox ardent. Microsoft’s E3 event saw a launch of 50 titles, which includes 15 Xbox exclusives. And it looks like Microsoft all set for the next console war. However, it’s very much possible that you do not have access to the titles due to geo-restrictions.

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Verizon’s LTE Trials to Help End Throttling Issues?

Throttling Issues Many times, Verizon users’ experience that the data speed fluctuates. Verizon calls it optimization. But most customers have a feeling that this is Verizon throttling.  While using certain applications, the customers have to cope up with poor data speeds. However, Verizon has begun its LTE trials. So, one can be hopeful of getting

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Data Breach of 156,000 Uber Users in Brazil

After the ongoing controversies of Facebook’s data breach, now it’s Uber. Recently, Uber apologized to its 156,000 users in Brazil. Personal information of these users was leaked in a major data breach in 2016. However, the company paid hackers to stay mum about the security breach for over a year. There are a large number of

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Tor’s Messenger Comes To An End

Torrent is one of the coolest ways to watch movies and TV shows at home. Nevertheless, online security is one major concern on the minds of users. The use of tor VPN is one of the easiest ways to remain safe. Security And Lack Of Resources Kill Tor Messenger Some users may be aware that

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No Need To Download Google Instant Game Apps

Nowadays, Google Instant Apps is being extended to games, and you no longer need to download apps to experience them. However, if you are unable to access this content from your location, there is a problem. The government may have put a ban in place for Google Play Game app. In such a case, simply

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Computer Smaller Than A Grain Of Salt?

We have seen the various threats that exist in the online sphere. As technology advances, there is a greater risk of malicious attempts at data breach and information compromise. The safest thing to do is to set up private internet access, so that your data remains secure. Also, you also get the benefit of personalized

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Google And Facebook Monitor Your Each Online Activity

As a recent study has shown, Google and Facebook apparently track every single thing you do on the internet. Internet privacy seems to be a myth now. There are Google trackers on almost every website that you visit, and these trackers are hidden. What you do on the particular site, the products you view, the

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UK: Computer System Breach Instances In Local Council

In recent times, the term VPN has emerged as a hot topic of discussion, especially in the IT sector. So what is it all about? VPN is the abbreviated version of the virtual private network. A VPN routes off the internet services you use to a different location, and helps you mask your IP address.

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Rhode Island Seeks Unbiased Internet

The net neutrality bill is in the news for quite some time now. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is already active to repeal the net neutrality bill introduced by the Obama government. Because the Internet Service Providers will now have the right to change the internet speed and data. Rates of the internet package will

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