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Facebook censured for how it ensures user phone numbers for security

Facebook is confronting new reaction over how it ensures user phone numbers when they give them to security purposes. On Friday, Jeremy Burge, who runs the website Emojipedia, posted a tweet guaranteeing numbers added to utilize two-factor authentication—a secure login process requiring two stages before getting to a record—were currently searchable. “For years Facebook claimed…

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Skype’s new accomplishment blur helps you avoid cleaning your house or office

Microsoft is adding automatic background obscure to Skype video calls this week. The new feature gives you a chance to blur out your experience in a call, deleting the messiness in your office or home. If you’ve ever worked from home or in a busy cafe, this feature is ideal if you want to magically…

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Sony’s Xperia XZ4 could feature a gigantic 52MP camera

Mobile insane season has arrived as Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 is only a little over few weeks away and you can anticipate that all the significant mobile players should be there to grandstand their latest and greatest, including Sony. When a mobile powerhouse keeping pace with any esteem of Samsung,Sony is struggling to find…

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Microsoft Eager To Expand Xbox Live Cross-Platform Gaming On Switch

The forthcoming timetable during the current year’s Game Developers Conference – occurring between the eighteenth and 22nd of March – has uncovered how Microsoft will discussing about its plans to extend Xbox Live help to Android, iOS and the Nintendo Switch. It needs cross-stage play to go past the madly well knowncrafting-survival game Minecraft and…

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The first phone in the world with no buttons or ports is up for preorder

Two Chinese cell phone merchants a week ago uncovered two devices that offer designs that aren’t accessible from Apple or Samsung, just as features that the iPhone XS or up and coming Galaxy S10 don’t have. These are the Meizu Zero and the Vivo Apex 2019 — both concept devices meant to highlight what the…

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‘Resident Evil 2’ Players Have Already Played For A Combined 1,341 years

Capcom refreshed ResidentEvil.net with Resident Evil 2’s most recent player details, uncovering some interesting tidbits in the process.. For one, notwithstanding the game just being out since Friday, players have just put in 1,341 years 248 days 13 hours and 7 minutes of recess into the survival-horror remake. What’s more, as would expect, 37 of…

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It’s back! The iPhone SE is available on Apple’s online Clearance Products store

Apple’s 4-inch affordable iPhone is back, as it were. Furthermore, you can get one at this point. Apple’s iPhone SE disappeared from the iPhone lineup the last fall, when the company introduced the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. In any case, as MacRumors brought up at first, the SE returned on Apple’s site in…

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Galaxy S10 leak suggests a lineup with three variants

S10E, S10 and S10+? Prolific phone leaker Evan Blass has effectively posted a picture that seems to show the front of Samsung’s Galaxy S10, and now he’s tweeted a family photo appearing three variations enveloped by cases. Left to right, you’re clearly looking at the S10E, S10 and S10+, and now he’s tweeted a family…

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Google just paid $40 million for Fossil’s secret, unfinished smartwatch tech

The Fossil Group announced a pretty big transaction today — the sale of obviously secre smartwatch tech which the leading Wear OS device manufacturer still has under development. Google is the buyer and is paying $40 million for certain intellectual property as well as for the acquisition of part of Fossil’s R&D team as part…

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773 million email addresses have been leaked – check if yours is on the list

We’re a little more than two weeks into 2019, and one of the biggest information leaks as of late has surfaced. Today, prestigious security scientist Troy Hunt reported an massive leak consisting of 773 million unique email IDs and 21 million unique passwords. Hunt said that multiple people reached out to him last week and…

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