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Kanye West Pirate Bay Software

Was Kanye just busted for stealing music software off The Pirate Bay?

March 2nd, 2016

Kanye West probably isn’t happy about all the people who have been pirating his new album. However, that hasn’t stopped the mercurial rapper and producer from using the Pirate Bay to possibly steal someone else’s software. Per Ars Technica, Kanye West tweeted out a screenshot from his laptop on Wednesday that showed a tab open for …

Galaxy S7 Edge Bend Scratch Test

Does the Galaxy S7 bend?

March 2nd, 2016

The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge are already shipping to buyers in certain markets, and some people may be wondering how the phone does in certain stress tests. Both handsets are rather large, featuring 5.1-inch and 5.5-inch displays, so would they sustain any damage when placed in the pockets of skinny jeans?

Windows 10 Defender Advanced Threat Protection

The latest way that Windows 10 is keeping users safe from hackers

March 1st, 2016

Although Microsoft’s total lack of transparency regarding Windows 10 is alarming, there’s no question that the company is doing everything it can to keep users safe. On Tuesday, Terry Myerson, Executive VP of the Windows and Devices Group, announced a new service for enterprise users called Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection.

Google Android N New Features

More Android N changes detailed in new leak

March 1st, 2016

Even if Android N might take away some beloved features, it will also certainly add some new features that fans will enjoy. Android Police has a new report about two new Android N changes that show Google has redesigned its quick settings panel and its notifications shade. The website has posted some renders based on leaked information …

iPhone 7 Specs

New iPhone 7 report corroborates key details

March 1st, 2016

Though the smartphone market today has no shortage of capable devices, the unveiling of a new iPhone every 12 months seems to uniquely capture the attention of tech enthusiasts in a way that presumably makes companies like Microsoft and Samsung more than just a little bit jealous. Each and every year in September, for many years now, the collective gaze …

Apple iPhone Encryption Fine France

France wants to fine Apple €1M each time it refuses to decrypt an iPhone

March 1st, 2016

Apple’s iPhone encryption woes are far from over, though the company did score a significant victory against the FBI the other day in a similar case. It’s not just the U.S. that wants special “backdoor” access to encrypted iPhones, as other countries have similar criminal investigations that might depend on information obtained from encrypted devices …