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Slack Confirms App Was Hacked, But Don’t Worry, They’ve Got Your Back

Slack

Slack is a team communication tool that was launched in 2013 by Stewart Butterfield, co-founder of the popular picture-sharing site Flickr. The Slack software was first created by Butterfield’s company, Tiny Speck, for use within the company as it worked on the creation of their MMO (massively multiplayer online game) Glitch, but although the game… Read more »

Samsung Galaxy S6 Exploited With More Bloatware Than iPhone 6

Samsung Galaxy S6

The Samsung Galaxy S6 arrives in stores on April 10, but you may have to spend a lot of time deleting software that you never wanted or needed. According to Gizmodo, bloatware on the Samsung Galaxy S6 is a huge problem. “At first glance, the new S6 and S6 Edge appear to be less cluttered,… Read more »

Facebook Tests Laser Drone Over UK Skies

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Social media giant Facebook has successfully tested a laser drone that’s been circling over the UK, a report from the Guardian can confirm. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said that the drones beam internet access to more rural or disconnected areas of the country that don’t yet have access to the internet. Zuckerberg said that… Read more »

Possible Apple Watch ‘Flop’ Has Apps Released Ahead Of Launch

Apple Watch

Apple fans are cheering for joy. According to MacRumors, apps for the Apple Watch have started showing up. “Ahead of the Apple Watch’s upcoming April 24 launch, apps that include Apple Watch support are beginning to be released in the App Store. As of today, several popular iOS apps have been updated with built-in Apple… Read more »

Microsoft May Release Budget Surface To Compete With iPad Mini 4

Surface Pro

Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 is set to be released during the summer. However, a lot of people still want to know what happened to the Surface Mini that was supposed to be released last year. It appears that it might actually see the light of day, but in a different form. Digital Journal reports the… Read more »

Facebook Knows What You Did ‘On This Day’ Five Years Ago

On This Day

From time to time, Facebook enjoys throwing out a new feature that keeps the social networking giant relative and fresh. A few times, Facebook has offered viewers an opportunity to put together a year in review type video. On its anniversary, Facebook put together videos for their users that utilized pictures and events from users’… Read more »

iPhone 6s May Have Three-Sensor Camera With Light Splitting Cube

iPhone 6s

We are six months away from the release of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, but news keeps leaking out on what we can expect. On Tuesday, Apple Insider reported some exciting iPhone information. “As granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Apple’s U.S Patent No. 8,988,564 for a ‘Digital camera with light… Read more »

Selfie Stick Gets Stealthy Alternative With Wireless Sticky Camera

Podo

It’s almost like something from a spy movie, only this time it’s just an upgrade to the infamous selfie stick. The product, called Podo, advertises itself as a wireless Bluetooth camera that you can stick to anything to take photos of yourself. It can take eight megapixel photos and shoot videos at 720p, take up… Read more »

Only 6 Percent Of iPhone 6 Users Have Used Apple Pay

Apple Pay on iPhone 6

After Apple introduced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the company implemented a new feature known as Apple Pay — a wallet-less, touch-less way to pay for products in stores or through apps. It’s an interesting app that utilizes Touch ID, and aims to speed up the checkout process. And following the launch of… Read more »

Apple Tries To Drum Up Interest In Apple Watch On ‘GMA’

Apple Watch

The Apple Watch just isn’t producing the same type of excitement as Apple’s other products. The Apple Watch is not coming out until April, but is already garnering comparisons to the Apple Newton from the 1990s. Fast Company’s Mark Wilson is one of the many critics of Apple‘s new device. “Few analysts or writers will… Read more »