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"I'm very sorry for all the frustration" TalkTalk Boss on Cyber-Attack

British broadband provider TalkTalk has been hacked for the third time, in which it is estimated that personal and bank account information of its nearly 4 million customers have been stolen by hackers. However, Chief executive Dido Harding says that she is "very sorry for all the frustration."

US Calls for Drone Registry to Prevent Bad Use

News - United States

According to the announcement of U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx on the behalf of Obama administration, every drone along with its owner is required to be registered by the due date of Nov. 20 – on the urgent bases. He also created a task force of private sector and government representatives to craft recommendations for establishing the first ever federal drone registry.

The Servers of Dow Jones & Co. Breached by Russian Hackers

News - United States

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Secret Service and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) are investigating the infiltration of servers belonging to Dow Jones by a group of Russian hackers, to get information about trade on before it became public, according to those fimiliar with the matter, says Bloomberg.

Apple to Face $862m Bill on MicroChip Patent Lawsuit

News - United States

A US jury has found that chips powering Apple mobile devices such as iPhone & iPad infringe on technology patented by Wisconsin University researchers. According to the jury, Apple In could be facing up to $862m (£565m) of bill after losing a patent lawsuit, according to a recent ruling by US District Judge William Conley, who is presiding over the case.

Virgin Mobile USA to Bring Unlimited Music and More Data – Sprint

Now, Sprint customers can enjoy all-in-one streaming music and digital radio service that features thousands of live radio stations from across the country with Virgin Mobile limitless music and extra data. The news was broke on Thursday October 07, 2015.

Verizon Customers to See Higher Price on their Bills from Nov. 15

News - United States

America's largest cellular provider, Verizon Wireless, said of Thursday that it will increase the prices it charges on its most of unlimited data plans from $29.99 a month to $49.99 a month from Nov. 15, which is more than 66% rise in prices, and surely be shocking for its regular customers. Company says consumers could save money by switching to one of its newer plans.

New Ruling by EU Court Against U.S. Data Surveillance

News - United States

The decision made by the Court of Justice of the European Union on Tuesday, null and void the "Safe Harbor" agreement held nearly twenty years back between United States & Europe granting U.S. companies, firms and other organizations to transfer information across the Atlantic, by giving the reason that “European data is not sufficiently protected in the United States.”

LinkedIn Paying $13 Million To Users For Excessive Reminder Emails

LinkedIn finally got locked in a decision for a class action lawsuit to pay $13 million to its customers. the case was filed in 2013 in which LinkedIn was alleged for improper use of 'Add Connections' to increase the user relationship with site and to grow number of users.

Reddit Plans to Unveil Stand-Alone News Site ‘Upvoted’

News - United States

As according to some reports spreading like wild fire, ‘Upvoted’ is going to be launched by Reddit, as a stand-alone news website, the Company seems to plan to produce stories from content posted on the parent site, including the content approved by advertisers, and paid for as well - According to Wired.

Facebook & Eutelsat: Both Team Up To beam Free Internet in Africa Next Year

Today an agreement in both of the companies (Facebook & Eutelsat) takes place which shows that both social media giant & the European Satellite Company (Eutelsat Comm.) are working jointly to beam free internet to sub-saharan Africa. Eutelsat Representative said: "Satellite networks are well suited to economically connecting people in low- to medium-density population areas,"

Amazon Says Sorry to Sell Apple TV & Google's Chromecast in Future

The announcement that the world's largest online retailer “Amazon” will no longer sell streaming media devices l that don't support its Prime Video streaming service comes on Thursday, and will start officially exercising Oct. 29 this year i.e. 2015, although the online retailer has already stopped selling many devices that look hurdle for its own products and services.

Experian Hacking: Hackers Stole 15M T-Mobile Customer's Data

T-mobile a UK based telecommunication company was recently notified by another company in business relation with it, that a hacking attempt has been experienced in the mid of September 2015. A detailed investigation is under process, and still it is known that the personal information of about 15 million T-Mobile customer's have been leaked which ever applied to T-mobile for