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Facebook introduces restrictions for live streaming after attack in Christchurch

A certain group of Facebook users who violate the rules are subject to live streaming restrictions. This is a response to the attack in Christchurch,…

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Fuchsia OS Is REAL And Will Replace Android!

The mystery of Fuchsia has been unfolding since 2016, it is, of course, another operating system from Google, developed in open source, that could simply…

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Google makes disk encryption mandatory in Android Q

Google makes disk encryption in Android Q mandatory for all smartphone manufacturers. The mobile operating system also gets some other new security features, such as…

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MIT researchers make a deep learning model to predict breast cancer risk

Researchers at MIT University have made a deep-learning model that predicts the risk of breast cancer in women up to five years in advance. The model…

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Facebook is busy developing its own crypto currency

Facebook probably comes with its own crypto coin, sources told The Wall Street Journal. At the beginning of March, the news came out that WhatsApp,…

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Wolrd’s First Foldable & Stretchable Smartphone

A company called “Innosaem” recently approached us to present its concept smartphone in early development. The phone that you can view in an animated image…

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YouTube breaks the limit of 2 billion viewers per month

Do you regularly watch a video on YouTube? You are not the only one, the world’s largest video site has 2 billion logged-in viewers every…

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Future of Mad Box console is questionable due to the arrival of Google Stages

Slightly Mad Studios wants to release its own Max Box game console in a few years’ time, but this project may be in question. Since…

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Putin signs bill for ‘sovereign Russian internet’

Russian President Putin has signed a bill that makes an “independent Russian internet” mandatory. The country does not want it to depend on other countries…

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Facebook no longer allows personality testing and limits app rights

Facebook no longer allows apps with little ‘usability’ on the platform. The company specifically specifies apps such as personality tests. From now on apps can…

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