Residential proxies are excellent for operations like accessing geo-blocked information or scraping websites, which would otherwise be a tall order if this intermediary did not exist
There is a misconception that ChatGPT may replace the tutor.
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are encrypted networks that create secure tunnels for communication via the internet. They allow users to connect to the internet securely and privately.
British Airways is investigating a massive customer data breach from its website and mobile app.
When it comes to digital privacy, there are plenty of organisations making money out of using your data – Google and Facebook are just two examples. But what if you were the one making the money?
Federighi said Safari would give users the ability to stop social media platforms and other sites like Facebook and Google from tracking them across online.
Telstra will be refunding customers who are not getting the speed they were promised from nbn. The Australian telco admitted that about 1 percent of its nbn customers were promised speeds that could not be achieved realistically at their location.
Mother's Day is on May 14 and Google gets into the mood with the Google Mother's Day Photos app.
An Android flashlight app on Google Play is actually a remotely controlled Trojan that steals users’ banking details, according to new findings. The Flashlight LED Widget is said to mimic legitimate banking apps to dupe users into giving their username and password.
A student from the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands has created an infrared-based Li-Fi system that can reach speeds 100 times greater than conventional Wi-Fi systems.
Google has launched health condition cards in Australia that will mimic the US version. The cards will accurately answer the common health conditions queries.
Yahoo will be renamed following its $6.5 billion sale to Verizon Communications. The company will be named Altaba Inc following the sale that will include Yahoo turning over its email, websites, mobile apps and advertising tools.
The Australian Government has called for public comment as the government wants to use metadata for civil lawsuits.
InfoArmor chief intelligence officer Andrew Komarov confirmed that a group was selling complete copies of Yahoo database on dark websites. He called the seller as Group E.
A mother carrying her baby in a sling has confronted an elderly woman after being declined to take a first-class seat on a train travelling from London to Brighton.
Australia's 152,800 premises will become NBN-ready over the Christmas week.
Optus prepaid customers can now earn extra data by watching ads on their smartphone. On Tuesday, Australia’s second largest telco announced the launch of Optus Xtra, an app that allows Android users to earn extra data or credit for every ad viewed on their smartphone.
Huawei’s CEO-in-rotation Ken Hu said in a forum on Thursday that the company focused on China and Japan market for the 5G technology.
Optus and Huawei have successfully completed 5G trial in Australia as part of the 5G collaboration agreement between Optus' parent company, Singtel, and Huawei.
Google announced on Nov. 8 that it will shut down its Map Maker tool in March 2017.
Google now allows Android users to cast 'Harry Potter' spells and access 'Fantastic Beasts' locations
Android users can now cast spells just like Harry Potter using Google Search.
The UK is revamping its national cyber security strategy that shall cover a four-year period.
The cyber attack blocked access to some of the world's most popular websites.
Telco titan AT&T has announced that it will buy media giant Time Warner for US$85.4B (AU$112.25B) to reshape the evolving media industry.
Vodafone will launch its NBN home broadband service next year as it looks to expand its Internet business.
Pirate Bay, Kickass Torrents mirrors & other torrent sites face Excipio onslaught; Sites may shut down soon
The Pirate Bay (TPS), ExtraTorrent, Kickass Torrents (KAT) mirror sites and other operational file-sharing sites may be shut down permanently. Anti-piracy outfit Excipio has started charging torrent users hard cash for downloading copyrighted content.
There’s good news for the Apple iOS 10 jailbreak tool as the Pangu team, the Chinese programming team in the iOS community that has developed the Pangu jailbreaking tools, is now focusing a lot on iOS 10.
There are rumours that the popular torrent site, The Pirate Bay (TPB) may also shut down after Kickass Torrents (KAT) got axed. However, reports say that if TPB goes down too along with other torrent sites, the US Library of Congress may become the next piracy haven.
While the original Kickass Torrents (KAT) site may not be back and may never be back, a mysterious KAT link has emerged online and users are surprised to find it’s working properly. Thus, everyone’s favourite torrent site KAT is still searchable. Numerous KAT mirror sites and proxies have come up and US authorities are relentlessly trying to take them down too.
Kickass Torrents & Torrentz alternatives: Pirate Bay, Extratorrents, YTS, RARBG & 1337x top choices for torrent users
After the US government’s crackdown on numerous torrent sites, Kickass Torrents’ (KAT) take down came as a shock to downloaders. KAT became the number one torrent site in 2015 after toppling TPB from its position. Soon after the ban, numerous KAT mirror sites cropped up, most of them fake. With respect to the current situation, there are five torrent sites users can download their daily doses from.
The future of torrents looks bleak as The Pirate Bay (TPB), known as the “godfather of torrents” and also the “king of torrents” may also shut down. TPB’s partner CloudFlare has been slapped with lawsuits for assisting piracy sites. Kickass Torrents (KAT) is already dead and Torrentz fled the scene.
Kickass Torrents mirror sites flocked as KAT lovers left with few options; Extratorrents and Pirate Bay still holding up
Kickass Torrents (KAT) is dead and there is no better way to put that. Another site Torrentz also shut shop recently fearing similar legal action would be taken against its owners since the arrest of KAT owner Artem Vaulin. The Pirate Bay (TPB) and Extratorrents are among a few sites still holding up. However, the future seems bleak.
With over a billion websites online these days, there’s a few that can claim to have been visited by almost every Internet users. Google remains the most visited site in the world. Although there are a handful of others that offer the same service, such as Yahoo, Bing and MSN, Google is still unbeatable, taking a lion’s share of users.
Google is experimenting with a cryptography to protect Chrome against possible quantum hacks.