Month: November 2019

Outlook.com coming up with Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Calendar

Microsoft is spicing thing by collaborating with Google, so if your Outlook looks a bit different, then you are one of the very few people who are a part of the testing process. Reportedly, after a quick set up process, you are able to use the new integrated features of Google through your Outlook account. …

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Uber’s self-driven car crash was vehicle operator’s fault

The Uber car crash that happened in March 2018 was a self-driven card, and it is the vehicle operator’s fault for being distracted when it happened in Tempe, Arizona. The primary cause of this accident was the safety driver’s neglection to monitor the road. The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) also stated that a …

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Twitter proposes it’s new deepfake policies and asks public opinion on the policies

On Monday, Twitter proposed it’s first deepfake policies which would help users of Twitter to differentiate manipulated videos from original videos. Twitter is also asking a public opinion on how these manipulated videos must be manipulated at the end of the draft by asking a set of feedback questions.  Firstly, deepfake policies are to solve …

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Apple’s Emails’ on macOS aren’t as encrypted as you think; Soon it is fixing

Apple has invested a lot of effort, Technology as well time to established a stronghold among its users on encrypted and secured mails. And if you are one of those users who trust on Apple’s encrypt and secure the ability of emails sent by Apple that you must know this piece of information that there …

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Google teaming up with Mobile security firms to get rid of malicious apps before they hit Play Store

Google is teaming up with several mobile security firms to get rid of bad apps from the Google Play Store even before they make it to the Play Store. Google has decided to do a partnership with three different private cybersecurity firms, like Lookout, ESET, and Zimperium. They are going to call this project ‘App …

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Twitter removes accounts linked to Hamas, Hezbollah

There will be no more Twitter accounts linked to illegal terrorist organizations as the social media giant made it clear on Monday that “There is no place on Twitter for illegal terrorist organizations and violent extremist groups.” After being criticized by the U.S. lawmakers Josh Gottheimer, Tom Reed, Max Rose, and Brian Fitzpatrick for allowing …

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Instagram issues “cease-and-desist” to a third-party app named ‘Like Patrol’

Instagram issues a “cease-and-desist” order to an app ‘Like Patrol’ for violating the social network rules. The so-called app allows its users to scrape the information from Instagram. That is the app scrapes and gives information about the activity of Instagram users. Thus the Facebook-owned Instagram issued a “cease-and-desist” order forcing the publisher to shut …

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Mixer drops its subscription price from $5.99 to $4.99 to attract more streamers; just like Twitch

The Microsoft owned live video game streaming platform, ‘Mixer’ has dropped its price from $5.99 to $4.99, making it more affordable to the streamers out there. The reason behind the change in the subscription of Mixer is still unknown, but it’s suspected that Mixer is in a mood to compete with ‘Twitch’ a live video …

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