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Leaker of Actresses Nude Photos Accepting PayPal Donations in Exchange For Posting Alleged Sex Video of Jennifer Lawrence, Has Naked Pictures of 100 Hollywood A-Listers

The naked photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Ariana Grande, Kate Upton and Victoria Justice posted on imageboard site 4Chan are just the tip of the iceberg. The anonymous hacker who got the images through Apple's iCloud says he has over 100 more photos of other Hollywood A-Listers.

Microsoft CEO Explaining

From Tech Sep 01

Microsoft Adds The Ability to Search for Sensitive Data on SharePoint And OneDrive

Smart and responsible organisations nowadays, use different kind of tools to secure sensitive data such as credit card numbers, Social Security numbers or its customers’ personal and proprietary information. Microsoft Office 365 now has these necessary features and allow users to search sensitive data on SharePoint and OneDrive.

Ice bucket challenge - Laila de Lima

From Tech Sep 01

Death Due To Ice Bucket Challenge Story Is Hoax; Alleged Victim Alive

Two weeks ago, 19-year-old college student Therese Todd from Silver Spring was nominated for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and she complied. Unfortunately, her challenge was an epic failure because the big water container with icy water inside fell from the porch while water was being poured and the blue container hit Todd on the head.


From Companies Aug 27

Studies Suggest Chinese E-Commerce Market to Outpace U.S. Soon

A study by business consultant McKinsey & Co brought out the possibility that China's e-commerce market would soon outpace that of the U.S. very soon. It forecasts that the Chinese market will grow between $420 billion and $650 billion by 2020.

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From Companies Aug 27

IBM Opens $1.2 Billion Data Centre in Melbourne & Sydney

Technology giant IBM said on Tuesday that it would open two SoftLayer data centres in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia. The first, to open in September at Deer Park in Melbourne, is part of IBM's $1.2 billion global investment that aims to expand its cloud computing footprint.

A woman holds her new Apple iPhone 5S after buying it at an Apple Store at Tokyo's Ginza shopping district

From Tech Aug 26

Apple iPhone 6 Release Date Soon, Clone on Android Out; Signs You May Be Looking At An 'Android iPhone' [VIRAL]

The Apple iPhone 6 release date will be announced soon, according to various mobile technology reports. The latest scoop is that the Cupertino-based company is holding an event for the much-anticipated unveiling. However, a clone is already out, and it is running on Android. Catch the viral videos and learn how to spot a fake "new iPhone.

A boy who was addicted to the internet, has his brain scanned for research purposes at Daxing Internet Addiction Treatment Center in Beijing

From Tech Aug 25

Viral Photo: Angry GF Drags Game-Addicted BF at Beijing Subway as Couple Fights for iPhone

Images of a Chinese couple battling for an iPhone became viral as the photos tell the story of game addiction and the strength of the woman as she dragged her boyfriend about 10 metres on a Beijing subway.

4G LTE to 5G

From Companies Aug 22

AT&T Offers 1 Gigabit/Second Download Speed in Cupertino

Telco giant AT&T is offering to Cupertino, California residents an enviable 1 gigabit per second download speed.

A man and two passengers ride on a scooter past a shop displaying the Vodafone logo on its shutter in Jammu

From Companies Aug 21

Vodafone Buys Ericsson Equipment to Replace 5-Year-Old Network Technologies

Vodafone Hutchison Australia will buy from Ericsson millions of dollars worth of equipment as the giant telco builds a new core network as it moves toward the creation of the country's newest mobile service.


From Tech Aug 20

Google is Planning to Target Kids with Child-Friendly Version of Gmail and YouTube

Google is planning on expanding its services to include kids.