Stories for: Spider Magazine

State of control

Vague laws and regulations regarding online censorship stifle freedom of expression and leave journalists vulnerable

The right to suppress

How Internet censorship affects citizens

Beyond and after Bitcoin

Litecoin, Namecoin, Auroracoin, Dogecoin, Spaincoin, over 60 different digital coins are currently being traded.

Zong expands biometric verification system

This endeavour is set to make a substantial contribution towards eliminating unregistered SIMs.

Game Hub: Splinter Cell: Blacklist

In typical Splinter Cell fashion, Blacklist tells an absorbing yarn full of international intrigue.

Fool me once

The decrease in SMS bundle rates and availability of automated SMS software have led to an increase in SMS fraud.

Tech Talk: ...And internet for all

Some initiatives to make the internet cheaper, faster and more accessible

Law and Order: Gun Control

The school boy from Karachi knew he wasn’t supposed to, but he got hold of it anyway.

I share, therefore I am

We as humans like the instant gratification, and self-esteem boost we get when our friends 'like' our shared photos.

Slicker by the dozen

Messaging over the years has proved to be extremely useful, but it has brought its own set of nuisances: spam and scams.

Whatsapp servers down 3 days after $19B Landmark deal

Instant messaging service Whatsapp server has been down since 22nd Feb 1:38pm EST.

Call to action

Code for Pakistan makes citizens and the government realise that they can build technical solutions to offline problems

Gaming on the go!

The PS Vita has seen rough beginnings, but it is now truly showing its full potential as the leading hand-held console.

Be smart, share less

Facebook is a great tool to stay in touch and share moments but overdoing it only makes you look desperate for attention

GameHub: Tearaway

Tearaway is the exclusive title that PS Vita owners have been long waiting for.

Startups: Cricket calling

Owais Anjum of Cricout shares his experience of launching a startup in Pakistan.

All apps and no play

68 percent of the market share of the 75 billion dollar app market will go to non-game apps by 2017.

Charged up!

The do's and dont’s of charging batteries and ensuring a longer battery life

Be aware or beware!

What you need to know about SIM cloning

Locked up!

How to password-protect individual apps from prying eyes


Relief for terror victims

Learning curve

Nuclear normalcy

Train to Pakistan: 2014


ISI and media infighting

MQM in government again

Men planning families

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