Zeeshan Akhram

A Tech Writer, Geek, Passionate Blogger and Senior Writer at The Tech. CEO at laptopbite.com
PEMRA and Zong

PEMRA Puts Ban on Zong’s TVC

PEMRA, Pakistan Electronic Media Authority, has ordered to ban Zong's TVC, due to the complaints filed agains the objectionable scene as advertised by Zong. Let...

Super Mario Run Available on Android

Mario, a famous video game franchise of Nintendo, has been released and now available to the android market. Super Mario Run is the first ever...

Hackers try to extort Apple by threatening to wipe iPhones

A folk of the hackers claimed that they are having login details of most of the Apple accounts and they threatened the Cupertino-based organization...

Chrome quietly received a big 3D graphics boost

You may have discerned that the 3D web graphics have been boosted when using chrome.Recently, Google has announced that Chrome 56 and its later release...

Pakistan to Phase Out 2-Year BA, BSc, MA, MSc Degrees: HEC

On March 17, 2017, HEC, Higher Education System announced that the country is planning to phase out the 2-year BA/BSc and 2-year MA/MSc programs...

Facebook delegate to visit Pakistan over blasphemous content issue

Today the interior ministry has announced that the social media giant, Facebook would have visited Pakistan for resolving the blasphemous content matter. Facebook has selected...
Pakistani govt

Govt Starts Ad Campaign Against Defamation & Anti-Islam Remarks on Social Media

It was reported that the government is working to take action against the persons who are being found or involved to deleterious to Prime...

Telenor Users Can Buy Apps, Games on Google Play Store Using Mobile Balance

Today, Telenor has introduced its Direct Carrier Billing (DCB) through which the users will be able to buy the apps and games from Playstore...

Facebook says its data can’t be used for ‘surveillance’

A social network giant, Facebook is preventing Developers to use its massive amount of data about users for surveillance. The developers want to use...

35% of LinkedIn users’ passwords are weak enough to hack

In recent years, after the high-profile violations of the user information and passwords from Yahoo and LinkedIn. According to a new study, many companies...

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