Tag: websites

App security, Applications

Safari on iPhone: How to Stop Websites from Asking Your Location

October 21, 2021

Via: Tech Times

Safari is a browser that you can access on your iPhone, and websites using the said browser let it access your location services to know where you are. You can turn off these prompts on your iPhone and iPad, and […]

App security, Applications

Popular websites and apps suffer outage that is fixed after approximately 90 minutes

July 22, 2021

Via: Phone Arena

If you were having problems connecting to the internet or mobile apps today, be assured that it was them and not you. this morning revealed that several popular sites and apps were down across the U.S. including airbnb, the […]


How secure are QR codes?

June 10, 2021

Via: Diana Beverly Ross

QR codes are a popular tool around the globe. During the past two years, the vast majority of mobile payments have been made through QR codes. These codes are also becoming a trend in advertising today. But are QR codes […]


Is Mobile-Optimization a Must for Modern Websites?

March 29, 2021

Via: Rachel Oldford

In short, yes. In the long, keep reading this article to discover the reasons why you should have a mobile-centric website approach and what are the key ways to make your website more mobile-friendly. “The mobile device has become our […]

App Review, Applications, News and Press

Google Chrome offers you a new way to shame slow websites

May 5, 2020


Google on Tuesday released a Chrome extension called Core Web Vitals that gives you a direct measurement for lodging complaints about slow websites. The tool accompanies a new push to get developers to focus on speed by measuring what Google’s […]

News and Press, Wireless

OpenAI releases Universe, a platform for training AIs to play games, use apps

December 6, 2016

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

OpenAI, an artificial intelligence research company, wants to let AIs loose in their own universe, where they can learn to play games, use apps and interact with websites. Universe is the name of OpenAI’s tool for training AIs on, as […]

News and Press

Dyn Says Cyberattack Has Ended, Investigation Continues

October 24, 2016

Via: WSJ mobile

Web service provider Dyn on Saturday said the massive internet attack that rendered many popular internet sites unreachable for parts of Friday has ended, though its engineers were still investigating how it happened. The web service provider was disrupted by […]

Networking, News and Press

NRA Complaint Takes Down 38,000 Websites

June 30, 2016

Via: Motherboard

38,000 websites hosted by the automated publishing service Surge went down today, after the National Rifle Association sent a legal notice over a parody website created by the Yes Men. A few days ago, the Yes Men released the parody […]


Microsoft will no longer let you use ‘12345’ as your password

May 27, 2016

Via: Mashable

The golden age of passwords is coming to a close. The change started when websites started rating passwords as we were creating them, trying to get us to add some capital letters and symbols to boost their status from weak […]

App Review, Networking

Opera VPN For iOS: Access Blocked Sites With iPhones, iPads

May 10, 2016

Via: InformationWeek

Opera Software just handed people the key to unlock Facebook, YouTube, and other sites their organizations’ networks may be blocking. Opera announced Monday the Opera VPN app for the iPhone and iPad. The app, says Opera, can protect users’ online […]


Here Are The Internet’s Top Websites That Still Don’t Use Encryption

March 16, 2016

Via: Motherboard

A large number of the Internet’s major websites still don’t use encryption, or haven’t implemented it correctly, potentially exposing their users to hackers and spies. Despite a widespread movement toward more encryption on the web, which is commonly referred to […]