(Video) Tech: Opera Added a Free VPN to It’s Browser!

Virtual Private Networks, or VPN for short, are popular among those who would rather have privacy and anonymity when on their computers. However, most VPN services have their costs, including ones that appear to be free. But it looks like the web browser, Opera, has integrated a free VPN into it’s software.


Tech: Tinder for Tokers App, HighThere, Broadcasts Your Location!

HighThere, is an app very similar to Tinder, except that it caters to people who already share an interest in Mary Jane. While the app can seem quite appealing it does have a bit of an issue.


(Video/Photos) Tech: Dead Drops, Offline Worldwide File Sharing

Random USB drives are all over NYC, sticking outside of surfaces for people to go around and share whatever files they feel strangers need to have. But it looks like more of these weirdly placed memory sticks are popping up all around the world.


Tech: Google Is Working On a Wireless Internet Service For Your Home To Compete With Comcast

Google entered the broadband scene in 2011 when they launched Google Fiber, a high-speed internet and cable service that was available in select cities in the U.S. Now Google is working on a wireless internet service where they plans to beam wireless broadband connectivity directly to homes across America.


Tech: Researchers Find URL Shorteners Create Holes In Cloud Security

Two web security researchers recently published a study exposing the privacy problems related to using URL shorteners. Microsoft and Google already offer URL shortening services in many of their cloud services. The image above shows Google addresses found through short URLs associated with a single user in Austin, Texas.


(Photos) Tech: New Features on ‘Where Hip Hop Lives’ App

Today Hot97’s app, Where Hip Hop Lives, just updated and added some new features that will make your experience better than before. The best part about these new features is they are all free!


Microsoft Sues Over Law Prohibiting Tech Companies From Telling Customers When Gov Requests Customer Data

Microsoft is seeking for a federal judge to rollback a law that allows courts to restrict tech companies from telling customers that the government has gone after their data. This is important since much of our lives are personally tied to our devices which are ultimately in the hands of these huge companies.


(Video) Hackers Paid One-Time Fee By FBI For San Bernardino iPhone

I’m sure we are all aware of the dispute between the FBI and Apple, as the FBI has been facing a dilemma with accessing the San Bernardino iPhone used by a terrorist. Well in the end, the FBI was able to gain access to the iPhone without Apple’s help and without losing all of the data stored on the phone. But the real question is, how did they do it?


Biggie Hologram Performance Confirmed

First 2pac now biggie! Ms Wallace recently spoke and confirmed the hologram show of the great Christopher “Biggie Smalls” Wallace is in preparation the estate of Christopher Wallace has partnered with AHRT Media, a technology company to create the humagram of biggies image.


(Video) The #PanamaPapers Expose Offshore Banking Including Some World Leaders!

Today News broke of the biggest data leak since Edward Snowden’s 2013 leak through a network of news papers that exposed classified NSA documents which ended up exposing the US for spying on Errrbody. This leak is deemed the #PanamaPapers, because the it comes from a source inside a Panamanian law firm, Mossack Fonseca, that exist to set up shell companies so really rich/dirty mofo’s looking to skip big tax bills ?.


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