Wednesday, January 18, 2017

How to stop the government and everyone else from spying on you

  It’s been a few weeks since the Investigatory Powers Bill (aka the Snoopers Charter) passed into solid law with barely even a whimper, let alone a bang. Since Edward Snowden revealed the extent of international government spying on the part...

How To Turn Off Windows Update In Windows 10

Few Hours ago i visited a Childhood friend ; i met him without Joy. Engr. am not happy; imagine i lost 5G data bundle in less than 2 hours due to windows update. Please can you help me out?...

Samsung is being sued over a Note 7 that allegedly burned a man

It was only a matter of time before the lawsuits started rolling in over Samsung’s exploding Galaxy Note 7s, and what appears to be the first one was filed today in Florida. According to Reuters, Samsung is being sued...

Apple Electric Car iCar would start selling in 2019

  A lot can happen between now and then. But a group of Wall Street analysts is already predicting what an iCar might mean for Apple’s bottom line. Sundeep Bajikar and a team of Jefferies analysts released a report this week...

You should NOT drill a hole in your iPhone 7 to make a headphone...

  This is what NOT to do if you want an iPhone 7 with a headphone jack – so step away from the drill. But a YouTube hoax appears to have convinced some iPhone users to destroy their brand new devices,...

Yahoo confirms massive hack affecting 500 million accounts

At least 500 million Yahoo accounts have been hacked in a massive data breach, the company confirmed today. The hack itself, believed to be the biggest in history that the public knows about, took place in 2014. Yahoo Inc said they...

How to delete your Yahoo account in five easy steps

  Hackers have stolen the data of 500 million Yahoo users in what the internet giant has called a ‘state-sponsored’ cyber-breach. Personal information such as names, emails, telephone numbers, dates of birth, encrypted passwords and ‘unencrypted security questions and answers’ were...

MARK ZUCKERBERG IS IN LAGOS – NIGERIA

The world's 7th richest man and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg came into Nigeria yesterday.Some of the highlight of his visit is to see how he can support tech development in Africa. He's presently CC Hub in Yaba and these...

How you comment on Facebook pictures is about to change

  Facebook users may soon be able to leave private comments on posts. The social media giant is testing out the feature on its iOS app, according to iOSAppChanges. It will mean users can leave comments without their friends seeing them and...

WhatsApp opens door to messages from businesses

  WhatsApp is to change its privacy policy so that businesses can message users in what looks to be a way for the company to open a potential revenue stream. WhatsApp says that the change will allow companies to message directly...