First 50 Pages of an Un-published Book of ‘Sex and the City’ fame Author Candace Bushnell Got Leaked Online
The book in the making got leaked online. 50 pages of the new book written by Candace Bushnell, well-known author of book `Sex and the City', is leaked by a hacker named `Guccifer'. The hacker accessed her e-mail and then uploaded the screenshots of her drafted screenshots of her new novel `Killing Monica' on Google Drive.
According to a recent report, GLBenchmark results have helped TechTastic, a Dutch website, to discover details about the latest Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.
The device dubbed SM-T311 is the model of the device as well. The benchmark results hinted that the same sported an 8-inch screen, which made it called as the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0.
The Nexus 4's de-shelving at retailers has left many to wonder if the same would be replaced by a new pure Android phone.
It has been found that the Android faithful have been becoming frivolous over the Google goodies to be revealed at Google I/O developers' conference next week.
A cyber attack was acknowledged by the Daily-deals company LivingSocial on Friday. The company stated that the attack included the assessment of the names, e-mail addresses and birth dates. It stated that even the encrypted passwords were targeted by the unauthentic access.
This is really good news for all the gamers from across the globe that Superflat Games which has got success with "Lone Survivor" will release PS3 and PS Vita version in July 2013. This will be a second PC game which will be available in the PS Vita version.
Twitter, the famous micro blogging website, has recently introduced a new app, which is meant reportedly for Windows 8 and Windows 8 RT operating systems of Microsoft.
It has been told that along with the features like Connect, Discover, Home, Me tabs, which are familiar to all, the new app's new functionality would take advantage of unique Windows 8 features.
A company that is known to develop the 3D printed gun parts has recently revealed about its plan to start up a new firm in order to copy right-free blue prints for a range of 3D printable products.
The name of the new firm will be Defcad. It has already dubbed the Pirate Bay of 3D Printing. According to its founders, the site will become a search engine for 3D printing.