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The tech billionaire made his public address where he urged people to delete Facebook at Stanford University in California in the US. Acton explained to students
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“Twitter is testing putting engagement counts on replies behind a user tap, not removing the engagement counts for tweets,” the correction reads
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Recently, I was traveling to a remote area and connectivity became an issue. I wanted to book return tickets, but the site wasn’t loading. Typically, I use Google Chrome for mobile browsing, but since Google doesn’t offer a mini version, I tried Opera Mini instead. It worked like a charm. Opera Software offers its browser in a […]
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Last year, WhatsApp status stole the thunder by bagging more active users than Snapchat. Despite that, Facebook-owned WhatsApp still has to cover a lot of ground to level up with Instagram stories. Though WhatsApp status isn’t as compelling as Instagram stories, you can do a lot with them as well. Some features are even exclusive to WhatsApp status. […]
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Android users should start to see the feature in their Excel apps. The days of having to enter data manually are coming to an end. Microsoft’s newest feature for Excel, “Insert Data from Picture” has begun rolling out to users. The feature, first announced at the Ignite conference last September, lets you take a photo in the […]
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WebAuthn has become an official web standard for logins, the World Wide Web Consortium and the FIDO Alliance said Monday. “It’s common knowledge that passwords have outlived their efficacy,” the organizations wrote in a press release. “Not only are stolen, weak or default passwords behind 81 percent of data breaches, they are a drain of time […]
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Find out how much longer Windows 7 is safe to run on your PC. Windows 7 was one of Microsoft’s best-loved computing operating systems and most of us are still using it. According to NetMarketShare’s September 2018 data, 40.88% are still using Windows 7 – compared to the 37.44% who have moved on to the latest operating […]
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Whether you’re starting college or returning for another year, here’s our top 5 tech must-haves for the new academic year. All around the world, new school years are about to get underway. Students of a variety of ages will be packing up their backpacks or moving into dorms, ready to face another year. Fortunately, many […]
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A new study investigates the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to identify personality types based on tracking eye movements. It’s a common enough idea that the eyes are the window to the soul, and that when playing poker, some experienced players wear sunglasses so that their eyes don’t give the game away to their opponents; and now scientists […]
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As the ride-hailing company tries to clean up after last year’s scandals, allegations of inequity still mount. Uber has been hit with yet another federal investigation. This one is based on allegations of workplace gender discrimination. The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission started investigating the ride-hailing company in August 2017, according to a source familiar […]
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