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John McAfee launching Hack-Proof Smartphone

John McAfee the founder of first ever antivirus software “McAfee” announced that he is releasing “the most hack-proof smartphone ever” this year. John McAfee in his interview to Newsweek revealed that MGT (John McAfee’s cybersecurity company) will be releasing a smartphone this year – Which he believed is the most secure and hack-proof smartphone ever manufactured. McAfee
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Samsung Galaxy S8 - Most powerful smartphone of 2017

  Samsung Galaxy s8 models are now available in markets and its latest durability test has just shown that it’s surely much more durable than any other smartphone in the market. We all know that Samsung Galaxy S8 has a 5 feet drop durability along with water resistant feature. But, did you know that it cannot be burned, scratched or
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Apple pushing LG to enter smartphone OLED Market

Samsung has a complete monopoly; when it comes to the plastic OLED market and even its biggest rival Apple is dependent on their OLED (organic light emitting diodes) technology. Apple’s upcoming iPhone will have the OLED display manufactured by the Korean giant. Apple is eager to end the monopoly of Samsung in OLED market for
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5 reasons why Galaxy S8 is the world's best smartphone

  Samsung Galaxy S8 is now officially the most anticipated smartphone of 2017. The numbers are backing up the Korean giant claim that it’s the best thing coming in a long time. Many also believes that it is the best smartphone for businessman’s – who previously prefer Apple’s iPhone instead of Galaxy models. Did the
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How to spy on your Kids and Partners Smartphone

After the last weeks astonishing reports published by WikiLeaks, now we all know that our government are spying on its own citizens. CIA possess some high profile hacking tools, which it acquired from Hackers around the world who exploits zero-day vulnerabilities. It’s believed that iOS vulnerabilities pays three times more when compared to the Android device vulnerabilities.
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