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Is Apple developing an alternative to Google search?

Is Apple developing an alternative to Google search?

Many of us search the web and just google by default without thinking about it. But what if it wasn’t the default? There are many alternatives. Apple is said to be developing its own search engine to eventually replace Google search on its devices, and the information comes as companies flounder in a Justice Department …

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Apple releases patch for Mojave and Safari security update 14

Apple releases patch for Mojave and Safari security update 14

Although “we know it’s a great idea to download and install security updates, sometimes, like any version of software, there are issues with a security update. This is the case with the macOS Mojave security update which was released on September 24. It caused so much trouble that Apple pulled it out and then replaced …

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Facebook and Instagram will share chat and video functionality

Facebook and Instagram will share chat and video functionality

Facebook grabbed its competitor Instagram several years ago, and it is perhaps the smartest move the social network has ever made. Now instead of working independently, they will work together, which will dominate the business. The company announced this week that Facebook and Instagram will now work side by side and share features like chatting. …

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Microsoft Warns of Spike in COVID-19 Data Cyber ​​Attacks

Microsoft Warns of Spike in COVID-19 Data Cyber ​​Attacks

To show how the whole world is focused on absorbing everything it can related to coronavirus news, Microsoft has issued a warning regarding a spike in COVID-19 data cyberattacks. Everything about the global health crisis is so devastating that it is very easy to not be vigilant when it comes to dealing with coronavirus data. …

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Facebook says it could be forced to end its activities in Europe

Facebook says it could be forced to end its activities in Europe

The GDPR has let us know that Europe takes data protection and privacy seriously. Websites around the world have been readjusted for these regulations. Facebook, however, seems to think it should be free to handle customer data as it wishes, but this disagrees with the Irish Data Protection Commission. This left Facebook saying that it …

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Racial bias noticed in Twitter image cropping algorithm

Racial bias noticed in Twitter image cropping algorithm

With today’s technology and social awareness, it is no longer acceptable to show any bias in a product or service, whether intentional or not. That’s why fingers are pointed on Twitter after its image-cropping algorithm shows racial bias. Does Twitter have racial biases? Twitter studies its image cropping algorithm after users noticed that black faces …

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Hexadecimal IP Addresses Creatively Used in Spam Attacks

Hexadecimal IP Addresses Creatively Used in Spam Attacks

As mentioned earlier in this space, it seems almost impossible to stay on top of cybercriminals. They always seem to be one step ahead, forcing everyone to always stay on their toes. One of the more recent efforts of spammers is to use hexadecimal IP addresses in spam attacks. What is a hexadecimal IP address …

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# Mozilla browser extension to follow YouTube recommendations

# Mozilla browser extension to follow YouTube recommendations

It’s easy to get to grips with YouTube as it recommends an endless array of videos, each giving you more of the same type of content. But it’s not always the same content. Sometimes the process gets complicated and you end up watching something that you are not interested in. Mozilla is curious as to …

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Spotify: Apple One bundles will bring "irreparable damage"

Spotify: Apple One bundles will bring “irreparable damage”

Spotify launched the new Apple One bundles right out of the door. It’s clear why he wouldn’t like this competition, but to say that it will bring “irreparable harm to the developer community” seems to go too far. Spotify’s wrath with Apple One Much of this dates back to the Epic Fortnite battle. Not content …

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