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A 16 year old uses classical phishing scheme to lure teachers in and then change his grades

Email phishing is no doubt the most common thing nowadays widely responsible for cyber attacks and unauthorized accessing strategies includes it to be the most famous and favorite way. As it is being always thought to be used by professional hackers this time we have something unusual and a mere 16-year-old student optimally using this technique for his…

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Its soon time to know about your Instagram addiction verdict

So its finally time for Instagram users to know about their Instagram addiction as Instagram is working on ‘time spent’ usage insight tool. Instagram is reportedly getting a new “Usage Insights” tool that will let users see how much time they spend on the app. The discovery was made by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong, who found…

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More than 250 Million pieces sold its the World’s Best Selling Electronics Product ever.

Its been a long time since we had Nokia the Finnish mobile making company dominating the mobile industry, with innovation and adaptation become an inescapable feature for businesses to survive nowadays we had Nokia lacking this ability to adapt quickly which lead to its downfall in customer base, but still Nokia has a wide range…

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yuri gagarian

Happy International Day of Human Space Flight.

Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin was born on 9 March 1934 in the village of Klushino near Gzhatsk (now in Smolensk Oblast, Russia). His parents, Alexei Ivanovich Gagarin and Anna Timofeyevna Gagarina, worked on a collective farm.Some sources state that Yuri’s father was a carpenter, Yuri was the third child in the four children that his parents…

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Ever wondered what happens to the weight of a USB drive when you store files on it?

(Maximum Read 2 minutes) Here is the answer USB drives get lighter when they are full of data. USB drives are based on the technology of flash memory. Flash memory technology is based on transistors and you might have heard when we talk of transistors its 1’s and 0’s which means either the transistor is…

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worlds smallest phone

Introducing worlds smallest phone the tiny t1 from Zanco

Zanco’s tiny t1 is Officially The World’s Smallest Mobile Phone which is a  fully functional, talk & text mobile phone and is the worlds smallest reliable phone (As claimed) even though Chinese phones of almost similar pattern were also seen before but this startup is backed by a brand and can be excepted to succeed…

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li fi based internet

Faster than wifi is the Li fi technology based internet.

After the accidental invention of wifi in 1992, we got another invention in 2011 that caused another advancement in the technological sector.Invented in 2011 by Harald Haas from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, Lifi technology based internet is a technology that uses light rather than radio waves to transfer internet data, and the frequency of…

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Pixelation and Blurring Techniques For Anonymity No Longer work.

Safeguarding information is day by day becoming a daunting task and with every technological advancement, there is always an issue accompanying it that needs a remedial measure. SEE ALSO: The Phone That Works Without a Battery. For people having the mediocre technological knowledge, It’s a common practice to blur or pixelate sensitive information like account numbers…

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No doubt that we have been advancing rapidly in every aspect of life and same progress is being registered in technological field too with the  development of AI technologies it’s becoming clear that the human capabilities are going to be widely increased in the coming years but with such developments Elon’s words are also to…

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the golden blood

The Golden Blood Group

When it comes to blood types, you may know A, AB, B, and O—but those larger groups actually contain millions of different varieties. That’s because the surfaces of our blood cells are coated with antigens—up to 342 of them. In earlier times doctors had assumed that an embryo missing all Rh blood-cell antigens would not…

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