A Security Researcher Just Dumped 10 Million Real Passwords

Security researcher Mark Burnett released a torrent of 10 million passwords and usernames, a trove of comparatively anonymized data that he sourced from open websites from around the web. The passwords and usernames are older and most probably dead and, most importantly, Burnett sourced them from websites that were “generally […]

A Security Researcher Just Dumped 10 Million Real Passwords

Fallout 4 inbound Bethesda hosting first-ever E3 press conference

Fallout 4 inbound? Bethesda hosting first-ever E3 press conference

Some insight into my life: Each morning I wake up, roll over, grab my phone, and scroll through the emails that accumulated over the last six-ish hours. Garbage. Garbage. Garbage. Wait, what? “Save-the-Date for Bethesda’s First-Ever E3 Conference.” It’s happening! For the first time in years we’ll have a brand-new […]


Rocket Internet’s Food Group Eats Up Talabat For $170M And 24h In The Middle East

Once you take a bite, you just gotta have more… That’s seemingly the modus operandi for ‘Global Online Takeaway Group,’ the business unit created by Rocket Internet last week.Fresh from consuming no fewer than nine global rivals to its FoodPanda service, the group has turned its attention to the Middle East where it […]

Rocket Internet’s Food Group Eats Up Talabat For $170M And 24h In The Middle East

Apple In Talks To Offer Its Own Web TV Service

Apple In Talks To Offer Its Own Web TV Service

Yet again—or maybe for the first time—Apple has held friendly chats with TV programmers about a potential subscription-based streaming service. This would mark the umpteenth report about Apple potentially getting into the TV business. So far, nothing has stuck, and talks with executives are allegedly in the very early stages. […]


Universal versions of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel are now available on the Windows 10 Technical Preview

Universal apps that can run on anything from desktops to your cellphone are one of Windows 10’s main selling points. Of course, Microsoft chose its Office suite to show off the new app type during its press conference two weeks ago. You can now try out Office for Windows 10 yourself, according to a […]

Universal versions of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel are now available on the Windows 10 Technical Preview

Google search now has a built-in mortgage calculator

Google search now has a built-in mortgage calculator

In its quest to make its search engine powerful enough to answer nearly any question you might ever have, Google has now added the ability to calculate mortgage payments. If you’re an aspiring homeowner, one of the most challenging things is figuring out how much you’ll be able to pay […]


Videos On Instagram Now Loop… Just As They Do On Vine

Instagram is taking a leaf from another vine — quite literally — after it updated its app to make videos on its service loop in users’ feeds, just as they do on Twitter’s video service, Vine. Facebook-owned Instagram introduced 15-second videos to its hugely popular photo sharing service 18 months ago. […]

Videos On Instagram Now Loop… Just As They Do On Vine

Olympus E-M5 Mark II adds 5-axis OIS and 40MP mode

Olympus has taken one of its most popular interchangeable lens cameras back to the lab, revamped it, and returned with the OM-D E-M5 Mark II. Toting a 16-megapixel sensor, 5-axis image stabilization, HD video recording, and integrated WiFi, the new version builds on the success of the original E-M5, with […]

Olympus E-M5 Mark II adds 5-axis OIS and 40MP mode

The developers behind Kim Kardashian Hollywood are making a Katy Perry game

The developers behind Kim Kardashian: Hollywood are making a Katy Perry game

Hot off her Super Bowl XLIX halftime show performance, singer-songwriter-ascendent-pop-queen Katy Perry is poised to get her very own mobile game. The as-of-yet untitled game is being developed by Glu Mobile, the same company that inflicted Kim Kardashian: Hollywood on the world. Why is Glu making a game based on […]


Apple’s Beats Music service will be offered on Android

After acquiring Beats, it wasn’t clear what Apple was going to do with the company or its music service and technology. So far, Apple hasn’t ditched iTunes Radio, and all we’ve seen is Apple promoting Beats apps and headphones. That looks like it’ll change this year with Apple finally unveiling […]

Apple’s Beats Music service will be offered on Android

Netflix launching in Japan this fall

Netflix launching in Japan this fall

Get ready Japan, you’re about to spend your weekends binge watching TV shows. Netflix announced today that it will arriving in Japan this fall. In a post about the upcoming launch, the company shared some of its programming plans. At launch, in addition to a strong selection of Japanese TV […]


Apple’s iPhone Overtakes Android In US Sales For The First Time Since 2012

Apple’s iPhone Overtakes Android In US Sales For The First Time Since 2012

Apple, in its flush of new, bigger iPhone 6 handsets, has been selling record numbers of its older and newer model smartphones in the last few months, and now it’s passed another significant milestone: it has managed to overtake sales of Android devices in the key market of the U.S. for the first […]


Google’s next Lollipop update shows up on an Android One phone

Well, it looks like someone forgot to the cue the fanfare. According to a recent report from Android Police, Android 5.1 is already floating around in the wild, just not where you’d expect. The new build – and its currently mysterious changelog – just made an appearance on a low-cost Android […]

Google's next Lollipop update shows up on an Android One phone