Pennsylvania Girl Hit by Car While Playing Pokemon GO

This game can easily be put in the same category as drunk driving or texting while driving as participants walk around with their eyes glued to their smartphones,  blindly walking into potential danger. A Pokemon Go player, 15, has been hit by a car while playing on the popular app, prompting her mother to warn other teens to beware of the game. Autumn Diesroth, of Pennsylvania, suffered injuries to her collarbone and foot when she was struck by the vehicle at the intersection of Ross Street...

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Apple Removes 250 Apps that Spy on Users from App Store

Believe it or not, but I've moved past the false claim by many that Apple products are immune from virus attacks. That claim just isn't true, but like I said, I've more on. Yes, viruses do attack Apple products, but at least the company is finally doing something about it. Apple today removed more than 250 apps from its App Store that were using software from a Chinese advertising company that secretly accessed and stored users' personal information. The firm, called Youmi, provided app makers...

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Huge Layoffs Slated for Twitter Next Week

When asked about the upcoming firings and layoffs, the denial was expected. But according to this report, company wide layoffs will happen next week. Jack Dorsey was named permanent CEO of Twitter on Monday, and a big reason he got the job was that as a co-founder, Dorsey isn’t afraid to make the tough, necessary decisions. He isn’t wasting much time. Twitter is planning company-wide layoffs next week, according to multiple sources. It’s unclear how much of the staff will be culled, but insiders...

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Malware Attacking iOS Devices

We were always told that iOS products were special for a number of reasons, but especially because they were impervious to virus and malware. Boy oh boy how times have changed. Cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks has identified new malware, which it calls YiSpecter, that infects iOS devices by abusing private APIs. Most affected users live in China and Taiwan. Once it infects a phone, YiSpecter can install unwanted apps; replacing legitimate apps with ones it has downloaded; force apps to display...

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Mark Zuckerburg on The Dislike Button – “We are working on it”

You can like and coming soon, the ability to dislike. As per Mark! Facebook might finally give users the ability to "dislike" things. During a question-and-answer session streamed live on Facebook on Tuesday, Mark Zuckerberg said the company was testing alternatives to the "Like" button. "People have asked about the 'dislike' button for many years," Zuckerberg said at Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, California. "Today is the day that I actually get to say we are working on it."

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HTC makes Rap Sony Dissing iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S5 – Video

Well,  when no one's talking about you anymore what do you do? You diss the competition with a heavy pumping bass rap song. Pump this in your ride G! This is HTC's version of the diss rap geared towards Apple and Samsung and it features Greg Carr (aka "Doc G") of the musical group P.M. Dawn.

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China says Alibaba’s Merchants Sell Fake Merchandise

According to the Chinese government, Alibaba has a major credibility problem.  The government issued a report station that the tech giant knowingly allows fake and counterfeit items to be sold on its platform. The scathing report by the State Administration for Industry & Commerce accused Alibaba of allowing merchants to operate without required business licenses, to run unauthorized stores that co-opt famous brands and sell fake wine and handbags. Alibaba employees took bribes, and the e-commerce...

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