by | October 05, 2016 | 00:21

A damning new report from Reuters says Yahoo was complicit in cooperating with the USA government, either the N.S.A. or the F.B.I., in 2015 to monitor customer e-mails, scanning "hundreds of millions of Yahoo Mail accounts". Internet has-been Yahoo! has stressed it broke no U.S. laws when it apparently insecurely backdoored its email systems for the NSA or Federal Bureau of Investigation.

by | October 05, 2016 | 00:19

In the presence of U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, the lawmakers voted Tuesday by 610 to 38 with 31 abstentions for the 28 European Union nations to simultaneously ratify the agreement to limit global warming. Environment ministers ratified the deal last week. Formal consent will be required from the European Parliament before the European Council can adopt the decision.

by | October 04, 2016 | 01:35

Thought to be being built by either Huawei or HTC , the new smartphones will be Google's most powerful devices to date, being the first to feature the latest version of the company's Android 7.1 Nougat software. "The 5.5-inch Quad HD display looks wonderful, and you can enjoy unlimited cloud storage with Google Photos", Carphone Warehouse says. Google Pixel phones are speculated to arrive in three colors, black, white or silver and electric blue.

by | October 04, 2016 | 01:14

Mi Box supports the latest HDR10 standard, which promises improvements in color and contrast when used with compatible TVs. To sweeten the deal for potential buyers, the Mi Box comes with a few extras. Mi Box arrives in the USA on the heels of Xiaomi's success in the TV market in China, where it has already sold over 15 million smart TVs and set-top boxes since 2013.

by | October 02, 2016 | 11:19

Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon took to Twitter to ask of Trump, "What kind of human being is this?" Her answer was a terse "No". "I felt so positive about it", Clinton told reporters aboard her campaign plane the day after the most watched U.S.

by | October 01, 2016 | 00:44

It is moving westward at 17 mph (28 kph) and is centered about 190 miles (300 kilometers) northeast of the island of Curacao. As of midday Thursday, the storm had maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour, with higher gusts, and was moving west at 17 miles per hour, according to the Miami-based Hurricane Center.

by | October 01, 2016 | 00:45

The exploding battery fiasco saw major transport services around the world ban the use and charging of the Galaxy Note 7. Interestingly, Samsung has not yet sold a single unit of Galaxy Note 7 in India after the official launch. Some retailers estimate that Samsung will sell around 20,000 phones during the day the sale is resumed. With that, a second incident involving an iPhone 7 is now making the rounds, but this time the phone did not go up in flames.

by | September 30, 2016 | 12:34

The new phones will have a different battery indicator than the old ones, to ensure that customers can tell the difference between them. This first batch of replenishment stock is intended exclusively for exchanges; Samsung hasn't yet said when Note 7 retail sales will officially resume, probably in October.

by | September 30, 2016 | 12:32

The accord, which came after four years of peace talks in Cuba, was signed by Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos and Marxist rebel leader Timochenko at a ceremony in Cartagena . It will no longer be listed as a terror organisation by the European Union. "Every peace agreement is imperfect and this is the best possible". Addressing the FARC leaders onstage, Santos said, "When you begin your journey back to society, when you begin your conversion into a political movement, I, as head ...

by | September 30, 2016 | 12:31

The two presidential primary rivals joined forces on the stage in the university's packed field house to offer solutions to the nation's soaring college debt dilemma and spark Democratic unity at the hourlong forum. "She will be there for you if you are there for her". "When you have Republicans telling us that it is okay to give tens and tens of billions of dollars in tax breaks to the richest people in this country, do not tell me that we can not afford to make public colleges and ...

by | September 29, 2016 | 01:22

Breast Cancer Care's the Big Pink is taking place during Breast Cancer Awareness month. It's easy to get lulled into a false sense of security, believing that cancer, if it strikes, will never strike you, only someone else. At the same time that 20 percent of all sales proceeds will be donated to the American Breast Cancer Foundation, its top pink product will also be $3.00 cheaper with a coupon code.

by | September 29, 2016 | 01:11

The company also cited its Microsoft Technical Community, Microsoft IT Pro Cloud Essentials and Career Center that work to provide free educational resources and training services to IT professionals. The agreement follows a pact previous year that linked some Adobe products to Microsoft's customer relationship management tools. Previously, Microsoft had sort of cherry picked cloud numbers, disclosing different information about users, usage, revenue or margins for some cloud ...

by | September 28, 2016 | 05:52

This news story is related to Latest/153042-Google-launches-service-internet-India-malls-cafes/ - breaking news, latest news, pakistan ne. The new public Wi-Fi initiative hit the English-speaking world last week and being an extension of work done in India; Hindi becomes the second language that Google will work with.

by | September 24, 2016 | 08:40

It's nice to see that Apple are definitely patching some smaller issues in the background as iOS 10 is far from ideal just yet. As for the problem, it appeared that the physical controls for lighting-connected headphones would stop working if the phone had not been used in a while.

by | September 24, 2016 | 08:28

Two months and one day ago, Trump said point-blank regarding the possibility of a Cruz endorsement: "If he gives it, I will not accept it". Republican Texas Senator and former presidential hopeful Ted Cruz has finally endorsed GOP nominee Donald Trump for United States president, ending a long-running feud with the NY businessman.

by | September 24, 2016 | 08:26

The circumbinary exoplanet is located in the system OGLE-2007-BLG-349 at a distance of roughly 8,000 light-years from Earth. The two red dwarf stars are a mere 11 million kilometres (7 million miles) apart. This revealed that the starlight from the foreground lens system was too faint to be a main sequence star, but it had the brightness expected for two closely orbiting red dwarf stars.

by | September 24, 2016 | 08:26

A Facebook spokesperson told VatorNews that the error "has been fixed, did not impact billing" and that it has notified many of its partners "both through our product dashboards and via sales and publisher outreach". The metric should have been calculated by diving the total time spent watching a video by the total number of people that played the video. Advertisers and media houses with video marketing campaigns get a table that displays the performance of their videos across various ...

by | September 23, 2016 | 02:25

Although this handy smartphone from previous year is part of the lucky list who will be getting the upgrade to Android Nougat, it seems that Google has identified a hardware issue that might cause your device to have random reboots when upgraded to Android 7.0.

by | September 23, 2016 | 02:17

The company said that the ongoing investigation, which involves law enforcement, has uncovered that information associated with at least 500 million accounts has been stolen. Yahoo originally said it was "aware of a claim" and was investigating the situation. Stolen online account details are to blame for 22 per cent of big data breaches, according to a recent survey of 325 computer professionals by the Cloud Security Alliance .

by | September 23, 2016 | 02:16

Benito Lopez, the Yuma County epidemiologist, said the county handled those cases with the help of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC ) by educating and tracking patients. "We have purchased additional lab equipment, and we have additional personnel from CDC". In Wynwood, when Zika fears threatened to hinder tourism around Memorial Day, the mayor of Miami announced the arts district would provide free two-hour parking.

by | September 23, 2016 | 02:12

Meanwhile, an undisclosed number of National Guardsmen assembled in Charlotte, sent in by Gov. Pat McCrory after a second straight night of racial unrest that seemed at odds with Charlotte's image as a diverse, forward-looking banking capital of the New South.

by | September 23, 2016 | 02:12

More than 170 world leaders have signed the deal. It aims to limit global temperature rise to well below 2 degrees and to strive for 1.5 degrees limit. The Paris agreement was reached by 195 countries previous year at the United Nations Climate Change Conference. And others never go into force at all.

by | September 22, 2016 | 06:05

It's no secret that Apple has been trying to get into the vehicle business, but recent reports indicated the company might be rethinking its strategy. When reached by SiliconBeat, an Apple spokeswoman said the company has no comment on the Financial Times story. McLaren Technology Group comprises McLaren Automotive, McLaren Racing and McLaren Applied Technologies.

by | September 21, 2016 | 05:44

The government now allows automakers to self-certify that vehicles comply with safety standards. The president said the technology could save tens of thousands of lives a year and that the new policy is "flexible and created to evolve with new advances".

by | September 19, 2016 | 01:24

Sully will close its second week in release with a return trip to the top spot in the box office , but that's not necessarily bad news for newcomer Blair Witch . It launched in 39 territories this weekend, including the United Kingdom, where it opened Friday to $4 million to command 67 percent of the marketplace and score the biggest opening day ever for either a comedy or a romantic comedy.

by | September 17, 2016 | 01:06

It also made some other bad puns, "we herd the moos", and " of course, we don't begrudge this cow milking its five minutes of fame ". As David Shariatmadari noted on Twitter , the algorithm blurred out the face of a cow. Moments before the cow's face was in full view. Google's Street View launched in 2007 and received widespread media coverage as cars mounted with cameras mapped streets around the world.

by | September 16, 2016 | 08:35

The government of Syrian Dictator Bashar al-Assad is refusing to grant letters of permission to United Nations convoys to deliver aid to besieged cities, a move that violates the U.S. "We could go today". "We can not let days of this reduction of violence to be wasted by not moving forward" on aid deliveries, de Mistura said. The Russian-American agreement states that convoys on the road will not be "harassed" or "investigated" once United Nations trucks are sealed, de Mistura said.

by | September 16, 2016 | 08:31

Merkel and Hollande meet in Paris to coordinate their strategies for an. But domestic discontent with Merkel and Hollande has given them a weakened appearance on the global stage, as well, and their respective administrations no longer see eye-to-eye on many worldwide issues.

by | September 16, 2016 | 08:33

The leader of the opposition party said she had attempted to renounce her Taiwanese citizenship after obtaining Japanese citizenship in 1985 at the age of 17. Spending on education and social welfare would ensure that young people become taxpayers, she said. The Democratic Party was established in March through the merger of Ishin no To and the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ).

by | September 15, 2016 | 12:29

The head of the UK's new National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has said the government is planning to take a more active role in defending the country against online attacks, as the National Audit Office (NAO) published a damning report indicating the disarray of current government information security efforts.