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Sunny Leone Is Breaking The Internet With Her Latest Lingerie Photo Shoot…

The sultry Sunny Leone has raised the mercury even more with her latest photo shoot, in which the siren is seen clad in lingerie. The Indo-Canadian sensation recently shared a few pictures with her fans, in which she is see flaunting her sexy body. Along with one of the

Internet Daily: Gmail Offline Support, Revamped YouTube Music, Facebook’s New Marketing Startegy in India and more

Today’s Internet Daily talks about Gmail, YouTube Music, Facebook, Twitter, and Google News. Keep reading to know the latest happenings on these services. Gmail Gets Offline Support Google’s latest addition to its slew of updates includes offline support for Gmail. To recall, Google announced Gmail’s web app last month,

U.S. ‘net neutrality’ rules will expire on June 11: FCC

The FCC in December repealed the Obama-era open-internet rules set in 2015, which bars providers from blocking or slowing down access to content or charging consumers more for certain content. The prior rules were intended to ensure a free and open internet, give consumers equal access to

Kaytranada Shares Hazy Remix of The Internet’s “Roll (Burbank Funk)”

If you somehow weren’t getting enough funk from The Internet’s phenomenal return single “Roll (Burbank Funk)” upon its release a couple weeks ago, than your funk levels should now be brought to an adequate functioning level thanks to Kaytranada. Montreal’s beat-master extraordinaire has just unveiled a remix

The jogging humanoid robot video that is ‘terrifying’ the Internet

Few things succeed in riling up the Internet faster, unleashing a unique cocktail of amazement and terror, than a new Boston Dynamics robot video. In the past, the tech company, owned by Japan’s SoftBank Group, has released videos showing its robots climbing stairs, executing perfect back flips and opening doors with shocking

Pakistani man’s maiden trip to Europe on foreign airline is the funniest thing on internet right now

Friends of a Pakistani lawyer recently put up a banner congratulating him for his maiden  trip to Europe, giving the netizens a good reason to chuckle. The picture of the banner is being circulated on the internet in Pakistan with social media users sharing it with hilarious

Jammu and Kashmir: Internet snapped in Shopian, remains suspended in Srinagar for second day

SRINAGAR: Mobile internet of all cellular companies, including Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), was suspended on Sunday as a precautionary measure in south Kashmir district of Shopian, where an encounter ensued on Sunday morning between militants and security forces. Meanwhile, internet service remained suspended in summer capital,

Meghan Markle’s Feet Have Everyone Talking Right Now

So remember last month when people were buzzing about Kate Middleton’s fingers for what appeared to be no reason whatsoever? Well, it looks like the British tabloids are back at it again, now fixating their analysis on — wait for it — Meghan Markle’s feet. Yes, really. Why not just

What will the future of web design look like?

Trends Two major visual trends are taking over . Firstly, we are seeing a wider use of layers, creating a stronger sense of depth and perspective in websites. It will take parallax to the next level, with parts seeming to move at different paces as you scroll.

Internet Explorer Zero-Day Exploited in the Wild by APT Group

An advanced persistent threat (APT), a term sometimes used to describe nation-state-backed cyber-espionage units, is using a zero-day vulnerability in the Internet Explorer kernel code to infect victims with malware. Security researchers from Chinese antivirus maker Qihoo 360 Core have reported the issue to Microsoft this week,