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The Drill Down 413: PAX South Roundup 2016

This week, Tosin recaps the best from PAX South 2016, Who won the Super Bowl...online?, Are self-driving car systems legally the driver?, Twitter turns things upside-down, Why does Amazon need brick-and-mortar stores?, What happens when you get squas...
by Geeks of Doom on Feb 12, 2016

The Drill Down 392: …With Thunderous Applause

This week we’re once more joined by Greg Davies, host of Blendover & Heavy Metal Historian podcasts (and of course the TARDISBlend podcast hosted here at Geeks of Doom) as we discuss the biggest sausage party online, Google’s new logo, 1/7th...
by Geeks of Doom on Sep 4, 2015

How to Hack Google with Dorks

Before starting Google hacking let me make it clear what i mean by Google hacking! What is Google hacking? Google hacking involves using advance operator in the Google search engine to extract useful information......
by TechTechnik on Mar 23, 2015

How to Hack Google with Dorks

Before starting Google hacking let me make it clear what i mean by Google hacking!What is Google hacking?Google hacking involves using advance operator in the Google search engine to extract useful information that a normal user can't extra]ct from a...
by TechTechnik on Mar 23, 2015

{not}All About Facebook (Account): Layout, Keamanan, Peretasan, Penipuan, dan Ababil

 Sudah lama gak bahas facebook nih… Sudah beberapa artikel saya tentang facebook dan member/akun facebook. Sekarang saya mau update lagi. Kenapa sih saya bahas facebook terus? Twitter gimana? Hmm… Saya sebagai pengguna Twitter akan bilang FB cum...
by Dadan Purnama on Mar 8, 2015

Why are there more browser vulnerabilities these days?

So far in calendar year 2014, Microsoft has fixed 215 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, with more coming out today. There have been security updates to Internet Explorer every month this year except for January. Is this a bad thing? Is 215 a big...
by MondoUnix on Nov 11, 2014

The Drill Down 337: Monkey Selfie

This week, will cellphones be banned from airlines?, Russians hack over a billion passwords, malware in your USB, a camera that can decipher sound from silent video, the Sprint/T-Mobile merger is dead, and...if a monkey takes a selfie in the jungle,...
by Geeks of Doom on Aug 8, 2014

Announcing the Future of Dining Online Conversation

Eating is complex and rife for disruption. From employee turnover, slim margins and limited availability of affordable, sustainable ingredients to food safety compliance and customer engagement, restaurants and foodservice operators have no shortage...
by Food+Tech Connect on May 30, 2014

The Drill Down 318: The Cost of Secrets

This week: When exactly did Target know about last year’s security breach?, Amazon raises the price of Prime and ponders a Chromecast-style set-top box, Sony reveals a VR helmet, Google’s smartwatch OS, and Tech’s biggest leaders, both living a...
by Geeks of Doom on Mar 21, 2014

Chomecast ya tiene su primer exploit

Como ya os informábamos en un anterior artículo, google lanzó Chromecast, un dispositivo para la TV. Android es uno de los más vivos del mercado, incluso por encima de iOS. El mejor ejemplo es el artículo de hoy, y es que tan sólo 4 días despu...
by remacomputing on Aug 1, 2013

Nexus 7 hooks up with external USB storage and floppy drive for retro-gaming

There’s only so much kit you can cram into a sub-$200 tablet without pushing past the price ceiling. And for Google’s Jelly Bean-blessed Nexus 7, corners were definitely cut, leaving users without a handy microSD slot for expansion and re...
by 2dayBlog on Jul 22, 2012

HTC One X for AT&T gets unofficial bootloader unlock

No thanks to AT&T, owners of the carrier-branded HTC One X can now unlock their phone’s bootloader on the HTCdev website. The process works by altering the handset’s identifier, which causes the One X to appear as a Rogers unit on HTC...
by 2dayBlog on May 25, 2012

Xamarin’s XobotOS opens prospect of Android port to C#, can of worms

Would it be ironic if Android developers did an end-run around Microsoft patents by using Microsoft’s own C#? Or if Google kiboshed its Oracle brouhaha with the aid of none other than Redmond? We’re asking because Xamarin, the wacky ope...
by Mob-99 on May 5, 2012

The YouTube Google Hack eBook By Digital Marketer Is Now Available For The General Public

Austin, TX. (PRWEB) March 02, 2012 The YouTube and SEO Combined Can Bring A Flood Of Traffic article that was just released in the Digital Marketer newsletter, says the YouTube Google Hack eBook is now available for download by the general public. Co...

Solution to IFrame and Javascript attack

Here’s a solution to IFrame and Javascript attack for those who’s having problem with it. I got this guide from my Hosting Provider. Take this seriously as the attack will spread malwares like wildfire for people browsing your blog or web...

Google Hack: Simple Google webpage hack

Hello friends. It has been a long time since I posted on Techotoys. Today, I am writing on a small Google hack which is useful in customizing the Google logo. Using this Google hack, one can change the Google’s logo (present on Google search pa...
by TECHOTIPS on Oct 25, 2011


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