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Apple Release Fix for Broken Links Bug on iOS

After a bug on Apple’s iOS was discovered which led to devices locking up, drained batteries and links to be completely inoperative, a fix has been released. As Apple release fix for broken links bug on iOS, the problem which was due to third-party apps which were programmed wrong, caused issues with a core component of iOS.

Samsung and Huawei Fingerprint Scanners Hacked By Printer

Fingerprint scanners on phones were supposed to herald in a new age of security, replacing password entries. But the new technology took a step backwards as it was found that Samsung and Huawei fingerprint scanners hacked by printer. Researchers from Michigan State University found that by using simple methods, involving an off the shelf inkjet printer

Apple VS FBI Battle is Taken to Congress

In the latest battle between privacy and security, the ongoing dispute over unlocking the San Bernardino shooters phone has finally stepped up a gear and entered Congress to settle the dispute. As the Apple vs FBI battle is taken to Congress during a five hour ordeal ended in a somewhat victory for Apple and privacy.

Apple in Trouble Over S3 Error That Permanently Locks iPhone

A security feature implemented by Apple has inadvertently left hundred of iPhone’s completely useless, after a protection failsafe locks phones after third party repairs. But it seems that lawsuits are cropping up all around the world as Apple in trouble over S3 error that permanently locks iPhone. The mysterious ‘S3’ error started appearing when users took

Prank Website Allows You To Crash Any iOS Device

A prank website allows you to crash any iOS device just by sending a link to a website. The link has grown in popularity and continues to torment unsuspecting users. The link, which is simply crashsafari.com, overloads the phone’s browser through its address bar until the point that the device cannot handle it and reboots. Not just a restart

Shops Can Track You Via Your Smartphone

UK online security watchdogs have warned that shops can track you via your smartphone, using technology already a few years old. Apparently, retailers can track every move of a shopper, just by using a signal given off when using wifi on a smartphone. Combined with facial recognition software, retailers can track movement, identifying who visits the