Many Mac users like to think that Apple’s computers are all but safe from any sort of software virus, and while that’s not strictly true, it is a fact that Macs don’t suffer from the same security, or at least virus issues that have plagued the Windows PC for many a year. Security through obscurity has kept the Mac largely at the bottom of the virus food chain, but that doesn’t mean it’s invulnerable.
Samsung just can’t quite catch a break right now, and after posting another worrying earnings report, the company has started its first round of Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge price cuts. Unfortunately however, if you want to see a cheaper Galaxy S phone you will need to be in the Netherlands, as that is the only Samsung store to reflect the newly discounted price as of yet. If you do have access to Samsung Netherland’s online store though, a €100 (around $100 USD) discount awaits you starting on 32GB Galaxy S6, and €150 (around $165 USD) starting on 32GB S6 Edge.
A new type of malware attack is on the loose, taking advantage of the recent Windows 10 release to spread its reach far and wide. According to a blog post by Cisco security researcher Nick Biasini, the attackers are using Microsoft’s latest version of Windows as a way of getting people to install the malware, which then goes off and wreaks havoc.
It looks as though Apple could be about to follow in the footsteps of Google Project Fi by launching its own mobile virtual network operator, or MVNO as it’s more affectionately known as. According to a new report, Tim Cook’s Cupertino based company is currently in talks with partners over the possibility of effectively operating as its own carrier with operations in the United States and various European territories, thanks to deals with existing suppliers in those areas.
Apple’s iMessage, like so many other instant messaging solutions, sends read receipts to those who have sent you messages. The idea is that everyone can see when their messages have been read by the receiving party which should mean you no longer have to wonder whether your message was received or not. It’s a great feature, but it can have its problems.
All of the recent Apple speculation may have been focused on the upcoming iPhone 6s, and rightly so in all honesty, but now it’s the turn of the iMac to receive some attention. Prominent analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities is back once again, this time with the prediction that Apple will imminently unveil a refreshed iMac range with an array of improvements, including a host of display upgrades, as well as potentially integrating Intel’s latest desktop processors.
A new set of photos have arrived from Chinese phone repair company GeekBar, showing what looks like to be the display assembly for the iPhone 6s. The front display looks quite similar to the current iPhone 6, however its internal components slightly differ. Although the leaked photos can’t be taken for granted, they add more weight to past rumors that the upcoming iPhone 6s will come integrated with Force Touch technology.
Here’s a step by step guide on how to downgrade Windows 10 to Windows 8.1 or 7 on your PC. Windows 10 may be a good release, but it is not without its problems. Thankfully you can use these instructions to downgrade back to older version of Windows.
Here are step by step instructions on how to turn off Windows 10 Update Delivery Optimization feature which is basically turned on by default to share Windows Updates with other users around the world.
Update: iOS 8.4 has been released, and so is TaiG and PP jailbreak for iOS 8.4. iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 5s, 5c, 5, 4s, all iPads and iPod touches are supported. You can download the jailbreak tool of your choice from below and then follow our guides on how to jailbreak your device on iOS 8.4.
The following step by step tutorial will help you jailbreak iOS 8.4 on Mac OS X using the newly released TaiG jailbreak tool.
TaiG iOS 8.4 jailbreak tool for Mac OS X is released. You can download it from here. All iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models capable of running iOS 8.4 are supported by the jailbreak tool.
Can you handle yet more information pertaining to Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6s? A new set of photo and video renders have provided us with the best look yet of Apple’s next-generation iPhone. The renders also manage to provide us with some additional information that hasn’t been previously discussed in any great detail and raises the excitement levels for Apple’s new smartphone ahead of a potential release this coming September.
It’s only a matter of weeks until Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ at its dedicated Unpacked media event on August 13. However, such is the thirst for knowledge within the smartphone industry that consumers just cannot wait an additional two weeks to see what Samsung has in store with its two new Android flagships. Thankfully, Evan Blass of @evleaks appears to have all of the gory details on the Korean company’s fifth-generation Galaxy Note and has shared them with the world.
Fix for Wi-Fi issue where Windows 10 can no longer see or connect to visible and available networks in range on your PC is now available. Here’s what you need to do.
Rumors have it that the Apple’s next generation smartphone dubbed as the ‘iPhone 6s’ and the ‘iPhone 6s Plus’ are expected to be integrated with Force Touch technology, which was first introduced in the Apple Watch, followed by the 12-inch MacBook and select MacBook Pro models. Force Touch could be one of the hallmark features in the next flagship smartphone by Apple which everyone is looking forward to.
Nvidia may have been frantically chasing the dream of producing the ultimate gaming tablet when it designed and released its Shield tablet, but it seems like things have gone a little too far, even for the most hardcore mobile gamers out there. The Santa Clara, California, based technology giant has been forced to issue a recall on the entire Shield range due to the risk of a fire hazard that could potentially arise if the internal battery overheats. Not exactly the “extreme” performance that the company was looking for when the Shield gaming-tablet project was first conceived.
Here’s a list showing all the keyboard shortcuts which are new in Windows 10. Whether you’re a general user who interacts generally in the web browser, or even a hardcore user who deals with new features like Cortana, Virtual desktops, Activity Center or recording of the screen, this list should have enough shortcuts to sort out your needs.
Security researchers at Trend Micro have discovered a new vulnerability that they claim is present in Android 4.3 Jelly Bean up to the latest Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, which constitute to almost half of the Android devices out there. The vulnerability, if and when exploited, could make your device silent, unable to make phone calls and completely unusable. This apparently is caused by the way Android handles media files.
Some good news for Android lovers across the world who are looking for a new smartphone. In light of its very recent, but yet another disappointing quarterly earnings, Samsung is reportedly planning on cutting the price of its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge handsets in an attempt to boost uptake and revenue. Earnings calls are always a difficult time for companies that appear to be in a transitional period. Samsung reported a net profit of approximately $4.9 billion, which represents a reduced profit of 8% from last year; not great news for the South Korean company.