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Monthly archive June, 2018

New EU GDPR Rules All But Ends Unsolicited Email Marketing in Europe, and Everywhere Else

New EU GDPR Rules All But Ends Unsolicited Email Marketing in Europe, and Everywhere Else
Europe’s new rules on data have had a devastating effect on businesses that rely on email marketing, according to a... Read More →

Tech Industry Takes A Stand On Immigrant Separation

Tech Industry Takes A Stand On Immigrant Separation
Google, Apple, Facebook, Uber, Airbnb, Lyft, Tesla, and YouTube are among those weighing in. When it comes to the... Read More →

Firefox Quantum Review: Is it time to make the switch?

Firefox Quantum Review: Is it time to make the switch?
Perhaps the better question is: Is it time to switch back to Firefox? One of our staff members takes the plunge and... Read More →

Facebook To Take Action On Bad Reviews

Facebook To Take Action On Bad Reviews
"Don't read the comments... don't read the comments..." By and large, the comments section of most news, videos, or... Read More →

Manafort Jailed, Largely Due To “Encrypted” Messages

Manafort Jailed, Largely Due To “Encrypted” Messages
While Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is jailed awaiting trial, his WhatsApp and Signal messages have been... Read More →

What a Pane: All the Issues so far with Windows 10’s Latest Update

What a Pane: All the Issues so far with Windows 10’s Latest Update
When is an operating system update not an update? When the new, “improved” version takes four steps backwards for... Read More →
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Glitch Set Private Facebook Posts To Public

Glitch Set Private Facebook Posts To Public
The latest in a long line of Facebook privacy blunders. There's a surprise waiting in the email inboxes of about 14... Read More →

Uber, Lyft To Try More Enviro-Friendly Options

Uber, Lyft To Try More Enviro-Friendly Options
Uber and Lyft make plans to add electric scooters to their current fleet. While trendy startups that offer services to... Read More →

People Using Facebook Less For News, New Study Finds

People Using Facebook Less For News, New Study Finds
Compared to 2017 fewer people are using Facebook for news but are instead using other social media outlets to stay... Read More →

What’s New With The Apple HomePod?

What’s New With The Apple HomePod?
The latest update aims to bring more features to user devices - and make it worth the money. In the home virtual... Read More →

IBM And Nvidia Unveil ‘Summit’ The World’s New Fastest Supercomputer

IBM And Nvidia Unveil ‘Summit’ The World’s New Fastest Supercomputer
USA takes title back from China - Summit can process 200,000 calculations per second. Summit is the name of the US's... Read More →

Students Use Google Machine Learning To Predict California Wild Fires.

Students Use Google Machine Learning To Predict California Wild Fires.
Two students came together with a shared aim of creating a permanent solution to wildfire prediction and... Read More →
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Software Review: HMA! Pro VPN

Software Review: HMA! Pro VPN
Browse the internet securely and anonymously, wherever you are. There are a lot of great reasons to use a VPN, or... Read More →

Code Sharing Site GitHub Bought By Microsoft For Massive $7.5 Billion

Code Sharing Site GitHub Bought By Microsoft For Massive $7.5 Billion
After days of speculation it’s been officially announced that Microsoft will be acquiring the open-source code... Read More →

Bitcoin Takes Dramatic Price Hit In Aftermath Of Coinrail Exchange Hack

Bitcoin Takes Dramatic Price Hit In Aftermath Of Coinrail Exchange Hack
Hackers make off with over $40,000,000 and Bitcoin has once again made the news for all the wrong reasons. The news is... Read More →

New Changes To Trending Topics At Facebook

New Changes To Trending Topics At Facebook
Facebook will be replacing its Trending column with something better. To see something "trending" on social media can... Read More →

Is Tech Making Politics More Secure, Or Less?

Is Tech Making Politics More Secure, Or Less?
Growing global concerns over the security and integrity of elections raises questions about the future of technology in... Read More →

France And Germany To Fund EU Startups To Compete Against Global Tech Heavyweights.

France And Germany To Fund EU Startups To Compete Against Global Tech Heavyweights.
Fears that the EU is lagging behind China and USA in developing its own technology companies has raised calls for... Read More →