The Ransomware boom: Brace up for smarter social engineering tactics in 2018

Image credit: CNN Starting from around 2012 the use of ransomware scams has grown internationally and this year it hogged quite the limelight! It created chaotic situation for global giants and SMBs (small and midsize businesses) as well as consumers. WannaCry, NotPetya, Cloudbleed or GOT hack, this peril is going…

Samsung presents Galaxy A8 (2018) and A8+ (2018) with Infinity Display and Dual Front Camera

Image credit: Samsung On Tuesday, Samsung Electronics officially announced two new, mid-range, flagship Smartphone, the Galaxy A8 (2018) and A8+ (2018), the latest additions to the ‘Galaxy A’ series. Both the smartphones are equipped with a Dual Front Camera, stunning Super AMOLED Infinity Display screen keeping in lines with the…

With ‘Chrome 64 beta’, Google finally lets you mute the annoying auto-play videos

Image credit: Google Chrome Good news Chrome users! The annoying auto play videos on your Chrome screen can now be muted. For quite some time Google has been nudging around to renovate its Chromium browser to enhance the internet browsing experience. As a consequence, Chrome developers recently announced that the…

Apple’s Final Cut Pro X updated to support 360-degree VR video editing

Apple recently announced major updates to Final Cut Pro X, its professional video editing app. Dubbed as ‘Final Cut Pro 10.4’, a noteworthy update to the app is the newly added support for handling 360-degree VR video editing and High Dynamic Range (HDR) video in addition to advanced color grading…

Tweet-storming finally gets the ‘official’ status from Twitter, as ‘Threads’!

The ‘twitteratis’ have long been using ingenious methods for posting a longer train of thoughts on the Twitter platform. In fact since the update by Twitter for linking replies to an original tweet, way back in 2014, tweet-storming became an existent reality. Soon enough, the venture capitalist Mark Andreessen, literally…