Developer Finds Beats 1 Radio Stream For Android Users

July 2, 2015 at 1:45 pm By

Not even Apple could stop developer Benjamin Rumble from finding an unencrypted stream for Apple Music‘s Beats 1 Radio that Android users can listen to via an embedded link on his own website.

Device Made from Easily Available Electronic Parts Can Hack Laptops, Report Says

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A research paper revealed at a major cybersecurity conference held at Tel Aviv University in Israel this past week discusses the easiness of creating an electronic device made from cheap parts to hack into a given laptop.

Microsoft 10159 Windows 10 Build Fixes Over 300 Bugs

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Microsoft has released another Windows 10 iteration, the 10159 build that. reports said claim over 300 bug fixes.

Creating A Less Hackable CMS

July 1, 2015 at 1:51 pm By

The leading website creators are not companies like Wix or Squarespace, but installed versions of content management systems.  Wordpress leads the charge, but there are millions of sites that are installed directly onto an owners server.  This gives them full flexibility for customization, but it also leaves them incredibly vulnerable. If you have an old Joomla 1.0 build and it…

Amazon Invests $100 Million In Alexa Voice Development

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The Amazon Skill Kit is not the only tool that the online retail giant plans on providing developers. The company is also investing $100 million into the Alexa Voice Development project that invites developers from companies all over to participate in.

MIT Uses ‘Borrowed Code’ To Fix Software Bugs

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MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory  has taken recycling to a whole other level as they have developed a way to fix software bugs with “healthy code from other applications.” The new development even allows coders to fix the issues without having to go back to the original source code.

Samsung Doubles Li-Ion Battery Capacity

June 30, 2015 at 2:14 pm By

Mobile devices and electric vehicles could be benefitting in terms of performance in the future, as Samsung has stumbled on a way to nearly double the capacity of Li-Ion batteries according to new research. “Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) said the technology uses silicon cathode material coded with high-crystalline graphene to produce batteries with twice as much capacity as…

Google Puts An End To Accidental Ads

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Advertisements make online browsing a pain at times but it’s inevitable because it’s a source of revenue that websites cannot ignore. However, for mobile browsers, ads can be a very frustrating part of browsing or gaming especially when it’s so easy to accidentally click on one.. So, Google is looking to eliminate the “accidental advertisements” to appease users. “In all,…

Marvell Brings JavaScript To The Smallest Devices Ever

June 29, 2015 at 11:23 pm By

Marvell, a worldwide leader in providing complete silicon solutions from mobile communications to storage, Internet of Things, cloud infrastructure, digital entertainment and in-home content delivery and Kinoma software enabling the “Smart Life and Smart Lifestyle”—today has expanded its solutions for embedded and IoT product prototyping. The Kinoma implementation of JavaScript 6th Edition, and two new hardware prototyping products, will propel the…

iOS 8.4 To Debut With Apple Music

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While Apple is still a ways away from its iOS 9 software that is rumored to feature the IPv6 network management system, the company looks to be ready to unveil its latest update ,iOS 8.4, complete with Apple Music and it’s coming sooner than you think. “In an announcement that is literally music to Apple fans’ ears, an Apple executive says…