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Hacker pleads guilty in Facebook malware and spam scheme

A New Yorker using the alias Phastman hijacked the computers of more than 77,000 Facebook users and used them to send junk emails to their friends. Eric Crocker was one of 70 people arrested - 12 in the US - as part of the worldwide Operation Shrouded Horizon, in relation to cybercrimes organised on the Darkode hacking forum.

Ashley Madison User Data Breach

According to reports, hackers have released up to 10 GB of data from Ashley Madison’s website, via dark web, which includes personal information of million accounts. Reports suggest that the hackers have managed to personal information of 33 million accounts registered at Ashley Madison website.

China's Tencent to Takes $50 Million Stake in Messaging App Kik

Kik is in competition with other messaging services like Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger app, Snapchat etc. However, with the large stake of Chinese internet giant, Kik hopes to boost competitiveness and emulate WeChat's success in North America.

An Australian Court to Block a US Company from Accessing Customers Details

The US based Company was seeking to get compensation from IP users who infringe the movie illegally using BitTorrent, a peer-to-peer file sharing network. According to the Company, it had identified 4,726 unique IP addresses from which the film was shared online. However, the Australian court has stopped the company from accessing details of customers.

UK Government Requests for Twitter data double than Before!

According to Twitter’s latest transparency report for year 2015, UK government agencies and the police has made 299 requests for information about different Twitter account – which they say are suspected of creating some trouble - between January and July this year.

Samsung to Unveil two new Large High-End Android Smartphones

Samsung has finally in ground with offensive approach by announcing that the Company is going to launch 5.7in (14.5cm) screen high-end Android handsets namely the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Galaxy Note 5.

Google’s New Parent Company, Alphabet

Why Alphabet is being considered as the biggest shock to hit the tech world this year? The answer is simple, because Google will be a smaller part of a much larger holding company known as Alphabet. What does that mean? It means that Alphabet will be a new umbrella company being set up by Google's co-founders.

Tesla Motors Unveils Car-Charging Robotic-Snake

Tesla Motors, Inc. is famous for designing, manufacturing, and selling electric cars, electric vehicle powertrain components, and battery products etc. Its Chief Elon Musk tweeted in December that the Company is “working on a charger that automatically moves out from the wall & connects like a solid metal snake. For realz.”

India to Ban 857 Porn Websites!

India, as a fourth largest source of porn sites traffic stated by adult site Pornhub in 2014, behind the US, UK and Canada, has blocked 857 websites with porn content in what it says is a move to prevent children from accessing these websites.

Apple's iPhone & cheaper Chinese Rivals Hit Samsung Profit fall 8%

This massive drop of 8% fall in net profit of Samsung has been seen from April to June fell which is considering second half of this year. There are many reason can be taken in the discussion what are the reasons of this massive decline. Some expert says the main reason is its rival Apple’s iPhone as these mobile phones by Apple has most demanding feature called “ecosystem around their devices.”

Half of the Internet Users use Facebook Once in a Month

The repost says the number of Facebook users grew 13% monthly taking it to 1.49 billion in the three months to the end of June. These numbers of Facebook users are nearly half of total internet users around the world.

Self-Driving Trucks Hope to be on German Motorways

A German multinational automotive corporation ‘Daimler’ has made Self-Driving Trucks which is automatically driven on road without driver. These trucks do not need drivers to control, but yes, driver seats there and can take control when needed. Daimler has tested its autonomous trucks in Nevada, in May this year, and is testing since then.