Apple turning into Monetized TPB – P2P Sharing Patent Acquired


Applebay is in the news yet again. No they aren’t launching another useless glamour iPhone 7 and no, there isn’t an update on #bendgate either. Apple recently obtained a new patent; one that just might prove useful to consumers. The patent is for technology that allows individuals to share content with friends and family. Though the content has to be downloaded from iTunes to begin with, once that is done, users will then be able to leech original downloaders via P2P. I have to admit the timing seems perfect, with The Pirate Bay down and Kim Dotcom’s ongoing trials, Applebay couldn’t […]

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Top 10 Best VPN Services For Malaysia

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Uses for VPN In Malaysia Historically Malaysia has been victim to some very strict censorship in the areas of journalism, movies, social media and content delivered over websites. Dr. Mahathir Muhammad (former PM of Malaysia who claimed internet freedom would never be challenged) established last year that more censorship was required in Malaysia, raising his concerns over the propaganda being paraded by opposition political parties. After reading and researching in details I did realize one thing, just like other censorship states like Iran, Syria, China etc. the Malaysian government  is also looking to enhance internet filtering. Dr. Mahathir’s scrutiny was […]

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Windows 10′s new features: Cortana, a ‘Spartan’ browser and more


12 hours ago Microsoft revealed most of its Windows 10 features. Most of its features are a nod to their Xbox exclusive game Halo as Cortana; the game’s AI; will be the personal advisor for Windows 10. And the ancient Internet Explorer will be replaced by a new browser called Spartan which also happens to be a nod to Halo. Besides this, there were many other announcements and websites around the world were covering this event live. We will be giving you an overview of what happened at the event from here on out. Let’s begin. DirectX 12: First off, […]

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Why You Should Use Whatsapp For Web Over All Other Messaging Apps

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After years of staying walled-in within a selecpt few mobile platforms, Whatsapp has finally found sense in embracing the open web as a platform. The announcement came from the official blog’s announcement for Whatsapp For Web stating the following: “Today, for the first time, millions of you will have the ability to use WhatsApp on your web browser. Our web client is simply an extension of your phone: the web browser mirrors conversations and messages from your mobile device — this means all of your messages still live on your phone.” With inspiration from critics and haters, BestVPNService figured an apt response should […]

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Get The Best German IP VPN To Protect Your Browsing Online

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Germany and NSA Surveillance Germany is known for its relaxed internet censorship policy and firm privacy laws. Germany has also shown resistance towards NSA spying on their people and their government personnel. Like other EU states Germany follows the same strictness over invasion of privacy by governments, ISPs, social networks and websites. In a global opinions poll by PEW Research surveying “Is American monitoring of Your Country’s Citizens acceptable or unacceptable?”, a massive sample of 49,000 people was surveyed in 44 countries. 87% German citizens and 90% German leaders found the practice unacceptable while 78% Americans joined the same category. […]

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Finding The Best Windows VPN To Stay Secure Online

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Windows Users Around the World reported in October this year that Windows OS is used in 80.1% of computers being operated in the world today. Apart from being the most user friendly OS, Windows features functions for home and business users alike. Snooping Threats for Windows OS One of the most easiest features on Windows OS especially 7 and XP is the ability to setup internet connections. Windows OS have major infiltration threats on the internet, and while some will only steal bits of personal information others will try to hack into your files, bank account numbers, emails and […]

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VPN Usage Increases In Canada Following ISPs Monitoring Online Piracy

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Surveillance, Censorship and Piracy After scaring the Australian government into scrutinizing and penalizing people who download movies, music, games and TV shows the Hollywood monarchy has successfully “caged” Canadian cyberspace. Canadian residents are now subject to penalties and cash fines for downloading copyrighted material from the internet. But old habits die hard, and the Canadian public is not ready to bend over for the tyrants dominating the US entertainment industry. After thousands of internet users were sent notices and cash fines for accessing apparently pirated content, a storm of Canadian traffic researched the term ‘VPN’ and Google search trends for  ”VPN” originating […]

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DDOS Protected VPN

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The sea of information or the internet as we know it was created with freedom, communication and convenience in mind. As time progressed we notice how effective and dangerous cyber attacks have become until we have reached a point where corporations, banks, gaming services, websites and even an individual are under threat from malicious attacks online. DoS attacks are becoming a growing pain for internet users around the world, with new attacks occurring on every continent. Verisign Inc. reported that 65% of all attacks between April and June 2014 were greater than 1 Gbps in bandwidth,  while the average attack […]

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The Best Movies & TV Shows To Watch On HULU Plus


Hulu Plus is one of the best online streaming libraries for movies and TV shows. Hulu’s paid streaming service, Hulu Plus, is perhaps the most popular library of movies and TV shows available to viewers to view on mobile, desktop and Smart TV platforms. From the huge Hulu Plus library we have shortlisted the best 5 hulu plus movies and TV shows for you to enjoy. 1. Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn Microsoft’s Halo franchise comes to life in this memoir of Thomas Lansky (played by Tom Green) in Halo 4. Forward Unto Dawn depicts the life of Lansky before […]

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Best VPN for Online Gaming With Reduced Lag

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Online Gaming in a New Age Online Gaming has taken its roots in our hyper-connected society with gamers hailing from every continent. As gamers progress, they look for stronger challengers to improve their skill level, this requires connecting to distant regions. For instance a Chinese Dota 2 player wanting to challenge someone in Europe. The increase in online gaming has been exponential during the last few years. With technology solving all other problems, the last remaining hurdle for online gaming comes from the challenges rooted in connection speeds between distant servers. This also gives rise to regional restrictions in online gaming. Using […]

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How To Setup VPN on Windows Phone 8.1 In Minutes


Windows phone users will be rejoicing at the yummy prospects arriving with the Windows 8.1 mobile version. The developer previews have been amazing with users loving the idea of having their beloved operating system on mobile devices. Windows Phone 8.1 User Review  – Source : VPN on Windows Phone 8.1 Windows 8.1 comes with the all singing and dancing tile screen, Cortana the new voice assistance service and many more new features. One of these very cool features is the new VPN option now embedded into the mobile OS. Microsoft pushes its Virtual Private Network feature to its mobile […]

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David Cameron wants to ‘Ban Privacy’!

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Recently, David Cameron proposed that he wants back doors in to messaging apps or else he will ban them. In other words, David Cameron proposed that he wants to Ban Privacy. This is completely ‘Bollocks’, I guess these things happen when you are incompetent when it comes to national security. I propose that Mr. Cameron gets some education regarding this matter. His proposal is completely absurd; he thinks he can ‘command’ the tech companies into installing backdoors through which his government can keep tabs on its users. But he doesn’t realize that taking such measures will also allow cyber criminals […]

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