When it comes to downloading torrents, there is arguably no bigger source of content than The Pirate Bay, but as users may have noticed of late, the site appears to be in the midst of some technical difficulties.

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Adobe has today taken the wraps off of Project Rush, a cross-device video editing app that it hopes to be able to launch to the public later this year.

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Here’s how to live stream FIFA World Cup 2018 matches on iOS running iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android and web the easy and right way.

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FBI wants everyone to reboot their WiFi routers and modems right now or ASAP, and has explained why. Read all about it here.

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Here’s how to add FIFA World Cup 2018 schedule in iCal or ICS form to your Calendar on iOS, Android or web the right way.

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A vulnerability in LocationSmart’s website has made the real-time location of million of phones available to anyone who knows how to access it, which is bad news indeed.

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Here’s how to set Cloudflare DNS Servers 1.1.1.1 on iOS and Mac to speed up your Internet web browsing the easy way.

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Here’s how to enable Chrome PiP Picture-in-Picture video mode early on your both Windows PC or Mac computer.

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Google is today changing how it prices its storage plans with a new $2.99/month tier for 200GB of storage being added to the mix. Alongside this, the existing 2TB plan will be reduced from $19.99/month to $9.99/month. This move will see the removal of the existing 1TB plan altogether which was previously priced at the same $9.99/month. The whole storage plan system will also be rebranded to Google One, although Google Drive itself will retain its name.

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According to a new report, Facebook’s may be planning to launch its very own cryptocurrency. The company has responded to this rumor in a way that suggests it may be true.

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A new exploit now allows hackers to spoof two-factor authentication requests by sending users to fake login pages and subsequently stealing their username, password, and session cookie.

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If you’re a Twitter user – and over 330 million of you are – then you’re going to need to change your password and, importantly, the password of any service which happens to use the same password.

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