Instagram Halts Its Apple Watch App

Instagram Halts Its Apple Watch App

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  • Apr 03,2018
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Do you often use the Instagram on your Apple Watch? It must be a bad news that Instagram halts its Apple Watch app as of April 1st. According to a French site iPhoneAddict, Instagram’s Watch app was developed via using using the watchOS 1 SDK, however, Apple just abandon it from April 1st, those apps […]

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Firefox New Extension Stop Facebook Tracking Your Browsing Online

Firefox New Extension Stop Facebook Tracking Your Browsing Online

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  • Mar 28,2018
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With the privacy crisis created by Facebook in recently, Mozilla released a Firefox extension that can help people to keep the Facebook from tracking their behaviors on the web. Facebook Container is the new extension that developed by Mozilla, considering the Facebook usually tracks the users’ activity across the web, this extension can [...]

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Microsoft Makes Largest Corporate Solar Deal In The In U.S. And Adds 315 MW Of Energy

Microsoft Makes Largest Corporate Solar Deal In The In U.S. And Adds 315 MW Of Energy

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  • Mar 22,2018
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Microsoft Corp. announced yesterday it purchased 315 megawatts from two new solar projects Pleinmont I and II, which is the single largest corporate purchase of solar energy ever in the United States. According to the Microsoft’s news, it bought the 315 MW of solar power from Pleinmont I and II in Virginia, which are make […]

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YouTube Recruiter Sues Google For 'Hiring Discrimination'

YouTube Recruiter Sues Google For ‘Hiring Discrimination’

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  • Mar 05,2018
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Google sued by a former YouTube employee in recently, for allegedly refusing to hire the white and Asian men for technical positions. According to the Lawsuit, YouTube is allegedly hiring for some positions to only look for female, black, and Hispanic or Latinx applicants, and the white and Asian men are just excluded. Discrimination has […]

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Seattle Says Facebook Has Violated Its Political Ad Law

Seattle Says Facebook Has Violated Its Political Ad Law

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  • Feb 08,2018
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The election authority of Seattle, Washington, claimed on Monday that Facebook is in violation of 1977 campaign finance law, which should disclosure about more details about who buys election ads. According to the 1977 campaign finance law, people who accept advertising dollars from political campaigns be transparent with the public about the [...]

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Gucci Introduce Its New Custom 'Year of the Dog' Animoji

Gucci Introduce Its New Custom ‘Year of the Dog’ Animoji

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  • Feb 01,2018
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To get more fun or cater for users’ taste, Apple usually introduce some interesting animoji to its devices. And now, Gucci just unveils its first custom animoji ‘Year of the Dog’ today. Gucci is the first brand to make custom animoji, and the ‘Year of the Dog’ is make specially for the Lunar New Year, […]

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Microsoft is reportedly moving Cortana to the Action Center

Microsoft is reportedly moving Cortana to the Action Center

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  • Jan 19,2018
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With the coming of new year, news and rumors about Microsoft going to give up Cortana are often found on many platforms and social media, and now, it seems like the issue about Cortana continues to be discussed again, because it is reported that Microsoft will move Cortana to the Action Center in Windows 10. […]

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Google Quietly Bought UK Startup Redux

Google Quietly Bought UK Startup Redux

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  • Jan 12,2018
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Alphabet, the umbrella corporation of Google, Inc. etc. quietly acquired Redux, a UK startup company which is focus on technology like turn your screen into a speaker. According the a report from bloomberg, Google has quietly acquired this startup company and reflected on Crunchbase, but the exact date when the purchase was made is not […]

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Fix for Intel Chip Flaw May Slow Down PCs and Macs

Fix for Intel Chip Flaw May Slow Down PCs and Macs

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  • Jan 05,2018
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Recently, a major security flaw was found in in many modern processors and could seriously affect the data security on the computer, and Intel did a quick respond and released a new security updates which claims to protect the computer against the Intel chip flaw, but many people thing that it is not a good […]

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Twitter's Two-factor Authentication is Available Now

Twitter’s Two-factor Authentication is Available Now

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  • Dec 21,2017
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Twitter today announced more verification options are added to the account security, and two-factor authentication starts to be used for the Twitter account log-in. Two-factor authentication (2FA) is an important and extra layer of security to users’ Twitter account, besides entering a password, user should also enter a verification code [...]

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