Fire.onion for Android & Red Onion are Tor Browsers for anonymous browsing and darknet

Fire.onion is an Android supported (unofficial) Tor Browser which allows you to surf the web without any other external apps running in the background - it's an all-in-one bundle. iOS user can use Red Onion. Both Browser are unique and come with everything you need, which means you don't need any apps or programs running... Continue Reading →

Apple releases iOS 11.3 with iPhone battery management & more

Apples released today the new iOS 11.3 version in it's final form. This seems to be the biggest release since v11 was released (last year). The new version comes with the new battery management system which explains how iOS handles your battery (and you performance). Changelog Augmented Reality ARKit 1.5 allows developers to place virtual... Continue Reading →

AMD, Intel & Apple: Hit with class action lawsuit over Spectre and Meltdown

According to Hamodia, a group of users filed a request with the Haifa District Court in Israel to file a class action against these three companies. The group is represented by attorney Rimon Zinati and includes computer and cellphone users. Rosen Law Firm is a global investor rights firm, where a class action lawsuit has... Continue Reading →

Apple acquiring Netflix rumors begin (again)

Think about it [breath] Apple acquiring Netflix! - Makes a helluva lot of sense, especially after Disney holds massive properties like Lucasfilm, Marvel, and Pixar. Right? Maybe, new rumours are (again) there. It's a rumor that has been floating around for a while, but with over ~$250 billion in repatriated cash that Apple is looking... Continue Reading →

Apple iOS 11: Jailbreak 11.1.2

Developer Jonathan Levis just released an Jailbreak which works for iOS 11. It's based on the tfp0-Exploit which is a bypass in Apple's iOS 11 security system. The jailbreak is called "LiberiOS" and works on every 64-Bit OS including, iPad, iPhone X, iPhone 8 (Plus), iPhone 7 (Plus), iPhone 6(s) (Plus) and iPod Touch. There is also for Apple TV 4 and Apple... Continue Reading →

It’s over 9000! One iPhone slowdown lawsuit is seeking a wild $999 billion

After Apple admitted to slowing down their iPhone CPUs earlier this month, as many as eight class action lawsuits claiming that the company has robbed plaintiffs of the functionality and value of their devices have been filed. However, according to a report by Patently Apple, one is seeking a payout a bit larger than the... Continue Reading →

Apple’s Lisa Operating System is now open source

Apple is releasing their Local Integrated System Architecture (LISA) OS as open-source next year. If you recall, the Apple Lisa didn't sell well at all, as a matter of fact it only sold ~10K units. However, it was the first PC to have a GUI and use a mouse. Just think if Apple didn't sell... Continue Reading →

CVE-2017-13865 + CVE-2017-13861 ? May lead the way for an iOS Jailbreak Exploit

CVE-2017-13865 is a kernel flaw that allows an application to read restricted memory, and CVE-2017-13861, a weakness in IOSurface that can be leveraged to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges. Both security holes were already patched by Apple in early December with the release of iOS 11.2. Google Project Zero researcher Ian Beer has released the... Continue Reading →

Your iPhone is slow? How about to replace the battery to fix!?

If you have an old MacBook or iPhone and your OS getting slower than you might already tried to update everything and check why everything is so slow. A good test is Geekbench (0.99$) which is also available on Android. The app is here and there free to grab. It's a neat little benchmark tool to... Continue Reading →

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