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  1. Fans love it when their favourite celebrity shares their personal life with them online, but Andy Murray may have just gotten a tad too personal. The tennis player recently underwent a hip resurfacing surgery and decided to share that with his 1.6 million followers on Instagram. He posted a picture of himself lying in the hospital bed after the surgery and another picture of an x-ray of his pelvic area to show everyone the metal hip. Pretty standard, right? Nothing out of the ordinary. View this post on Instagram I underwent a hip resurfacing surgery in London yesterday morning...feeling a bit battered and bruised just now but hopefully that will be the end of my hip pain ð I now have a metal hip as you can see in the 2nd photo ðð and I look like I've got a bit of a gut in photo 1ð A post shared by Andy Murray (@andymurray) on Jan 29, 2019 at 12:18am PST But, what he didn't realize was that he was sharing way more than he wanted to. Take a closer look at the x-ray. Notice something? © Instagram/Andy Murray Let's zoom in. © Instagram/Andy Murray Got it? So yeah, Andy probably didn't realize that the outline of his dick was on full display. I really do think that he does know now, but probably doesn't care about it enough to delete it. I mean, if it's out on the internet, it will be here forever. Andy Murry's ***** has caught everyone's attention and people are mainly just confused if he knows about it or not. does andy murray know his ***** is v visible on this x ray or what pic.twitter.com/gnqM0Cu1nY — Michael (@mj_hewitt) January 29, 2019 The spookiest for sure. Either I'm awful at biology or Andy Murray has just uploaded the spookiest dick pick of all time pic.twitter.com/TPZhn87ZzV — Finley (@FinnAKAFinn) January 29, 2019 It took some time, for sure. When @SamsBiceps and I play our new favorite game: “Find Andy Murray's *****.” ð© pic.twitter.com/p7Q7OdU4HD — Matthew (@MRisingStar18) January 29, 2019 A little more closer. Andy Murray's X-ray. Look closer ð pic.twitter.com/z9wNNgNPEk — N A T H A Nð´ó §ó ¢ó ·ó ¬ó ³ó ¿ðªðº (@Nathan_Saunders) January 29, 2019 He did it on hump day, it was meant to be. Thanks to Andy Murray for making my hump day by instagramming a photo of his dick. pic.twitter.com/HmIO2TcQAM — Blake Nadilo (@BlakeNadilo) January 29, 2019 It sure is! Is... is this an outline of @andy_murray's junk ðð pic.twitter.com/7P2tJcKqUM — Chris (@IAmChrisCoyle) January 29, 2019 Yes, thank you. Huge thanks to Andy Murray for sending the world an X-Ray dick pic this morning! pic.twitter.com/99vZpigiqc — Rachey (@BettyBlue168) January 29, 2019
  2. Seem like Kanye West just made yet another social media mistake that may haunt him very soon. The famous rapper accidentally revealed the passcode of his iPhone while he was unlocking his phone to show U.S President Donald Trump something on his phone. © Twitter West was trying to show the design of a new plane that he wants President Trump to make as the official Air Force One design. Kanye calls it the “iPlace 1” which is a hydrogen-powered concept aircraft. In the video, we can clearly see Kanye unlocking his phone with the code “000000” Kanye just unlocked his iPhone before the TV cameras in the Oval Office. And his password is just 0 repeatedly pic.twitter.com/mOAbhRLr7s — Steve Kopack (@SteveKopack) October 11, 2018 Kanye is probably using the iPhone XS or the iPhone X that supports facial recognition. Despite the available feature, we see Kanye putting in his passcode with much excitement to show the designs. © Reuters What's scary is that the passcode is probably the simplest one any human can use, and even Apple doesn't recommend users using a simple password like 000000. Apple will pop up a notification that suggests you consider a different passcode. Here's a closer look at what Kanye was trying to show: © Twitter What's funny is that Kanye is basically showing an image of a 2012 concept plane, that was imagined by an industrial designer. The design was used to show what the commercial aircraft may look like by 2030. Kanye's hydrogen iPlane photo is a 2012 concept from an industrial designer pic.twitter.com/oVUMgliGqg — James Titcomb (@jamestitcomb) October 11, 2018 It was tracked by Telegraph's James Titcomb and he says that Kanye, or his team, basically added the “iPlane 1” and “TRUMP” text to show off to the President. Way to go Kanye, not only did you steal someone else's design to pass off as your own; you even made sure everyone in the world could hack your phone in the process. Source: Yahoo News
  3. Samsung smartphones are known to get leaked well before its official launch and sometimes the leak comes accidentally from the South-Korean company. The next flagship to launch for Samsung is the 10th anniversary Galaxy S10 and some details about the smartphone has surfaced online. © Twitter The upcoming device is expected to have an all-new design, an unconventional triple camera setup and a new 'ultrasonic' in-display reader. It's also rumoured that Samsung is working on a proper Face ID alternative and will probably incorporate it on the Galaxy S10. The leak was spotted by reliable leaker Ice Universe, where he came across a benchmarking test for the Galaxy S10 and it seems like the leak comes straight from Samsung. The test revealed details that give us a clearer picture about the new smartphone. According to the test, the Galaxy S10 has a new 19:9 aspect ratio with a resolution of 3,040 x 1,440 pixels. To put things into perspective, the Galaxy S9 has an 18.5:9 aspect ratio. Reports suggest that Samsung will not be making the phone any bigger than its predecessor but rather make the screen taller by removing top and bottom bezels. © MensXP We know that Samsung tries to hide their Galaxy S model by using different code names. For example, Samsung uses names such as 'SM-G4x5' to hide smartphones from the general public before launch. This particular Galaxy S10 leak had a similar code name and was referenced as 'SM-G405F' in the benchmark tests. There's a good chance that this leak comes directly from Samsung, albeit accidentally. © Twitter Of course, since this is just a leak based on a benchmark test, it should be treated with a grain of salt. Leaks generally turn out to be true especially when they are based on a benchmark test. However, one never knows that this might be a prototype device by Samsung that may never see day of light. We'll know more about the Samsung Galaxy S10 near its official launch and that seems a bit far away as of now. Source: Forbes
  4. We've seen this in many movies, an evil company remotely accesses user data or changes the settings of the phone to suit its agenda. If we look at this in a more realistic manner, the world has already witnessed this. According to many reports by intelligence agencies, technology platforms have been repeatedly used as a medium of warfare. While we are obviously exaggerating and assuming here, something very similar happened last week when Google accidentally enabled the battery saver feature remotely on some phones running the latest Android 9.0 Pie. While Android Police initially predicted it to be a minor bug in the latest Android version, it was Google that accidentally enabled the feature. © Reuters Google confirmed via its official Pixel account on Reddit that this was “an internal experiment to test battery saving features that was mistakenly rolled out to more users than intended”, and that the settings have been rolled back. Google introduced the AI-powered Adaptive Battery feature in Android Pie, the usage and performance of the battery are closely monitored and optimised to increase output and battery health. The battery saving mode kicks in when you are running low on charge to preserve battery life, either automatically, or manually. © Billboard The bigger concern for users isn't that Google made a mistake, but the fact that it can remotely access devices and alter user settings. Just because Google makes the Operating System (open-source), it can also access phones that aren't even built by it, like the Essential Phone, OnePlus 6, and Nokia 7 Plus. With increasing fear about data collection and algorithm based ads, these minor debacles are costing Google a lot in the longer run. Conspiracy theorists are simply getting more ammo, and we all know how quickly "Fake News" and misinformation can be spread in today's world. © Around Android In Google's defence, it seems like the access to battery settings enabled via Google Play Services, and the company leverages this to access your phone when it's lost. On the surface, while this is creepy, the same core functionality also lets us retrieve GPS coordinates, lock the device, and make it display a message via Find My Device.
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