Monthly Archives: November 2019

Firefox will definitely block spying eyes by default

By many data your browser sends to webpages you visit, webpage can create an unique ID, called simple digital fingerprint. Deleting cookies won’t help. And as for cookies, webpages can track your activity on other webs you are currently keeping in tabs in your web browser or even webpages you visited before deleting cookies. Apple introduced its Intelligent… Read More »

Apple Watch saved life

Someone may say that smart watches are just another electronics – market is oversaturated with electronics and companies had to bring something new to sell to their customers. An another product that will spam you with notifications and forcing you to watch on your smartphones’ screens even more. But I don’t think so. What I love on smart… Read More »

News rumors about upcoming iPhones

Apple releases new iPhones usually on September event. iPhone SE was announced on March 2016 and since then, no updates of hardware were released. Though current iPhone SE is still powerful device thanks to its A9 SoC and iOS optimization, some updates, not limited to SoC, like better camera or faster Wi-Fi would be good. Also, Android users… Read More »

Ransomware Cyborg is masked as an update, abusing Microsoft’s e-mail

In short, ransomware is a malicious software, which installs itself on victim’s computer and then, or after some time to mask its presence, it begins to encrypt your files. Your files are then encrypted and unusable till you pay ransom to attackers via Bitcoin or other cryptocurrency – and sometimes, attackers won’t send decryption key to unlock your… Read More »

Apple is hiring engineers for next generation of media apps for Windows

Probably the most known Windows software from Apple is iTunes. If you ever owned iPhone, iPad or any iPod and you were Windows user, iTunes software was must-have, because there were no other ways how to sync music (though iOS-based devices could bypass this by 3rd party music players) and to update your devices, when over-the-air updates were… Read More »

Apple updated iOS and iPadOS

Apple again updated iOS for iPhones and iPods touch and iPadOS for iPads, 12 days after last update on November 7. It’s just minor update, fixing bugs and improving performance, no major changes. Apple, for example, fixed a bug that could prevent Mail from fetching new messages. Full changelog is below. You can update your devices via Settings… Read More »