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No Wireless Charging, IP Rating For OnePlus 6T Confirms CEO Pete Lau

The all-new OnePlus 6T is all set to launch in the market on October 17th, but a few details about the device are already leaked to the public. Read more »

Facebook’s security chief resigns and will not be replaced

Alex Stamos, Facebook’s security director, has announced that he will step down on August 17th. The company has indicated that it will not replace him. “As an industry, it’s crucial that we... Read more »

Twitter suspended 70 million suspicious accounts in two months

In the past two months, Twitter has suspended more than 70 million accounts suspected of spreading false information as part of its fight against malicious activity. According to the Washington Post, which... Read more »

Instagram to stop alerting users of Story screenshots

Be careful if you tend to share annoying moments on Instagram: the social network will not send you any more warnings if your friends take screenshots of your stories. Before today, you... Read more »

Apple wants to help you limit your screen time

The annual Apple Designers Conference (WWDC) is currently in full swing in San Jose, California, and the electronics giant has taken the opportunity to announce several new releases in the coming months.... Read more »

Microsoft buys GitHub for $7.5 billion

Microsoft announced Monday morning it bought the software development company GitHub for some $7.5 billion in shares. The latter was valued at 2 billion in 2015. GitHub is a meeting place where... Read more »

Fortnite publisher sued for plagiarism by PUBG Corporation

The studio behind the video game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) has sued for copyright infringement against Epic Games, publisher of its rival Fortnite: Battle Royale (Fortnite:BR ). The lawsuit, allegedly filed in January... Read more »

Here’s why the FBI wants you to restart your router

The FBI is asking all owners of a router to restart it in an attempt to stop a computer attack from Russia. In an announcement on May 25, the US Federal Police... Read more »

‘Active Shooter’ game lets players act out a school shooting

While a social debate on the carrying of firearms rages in the United States, a publisher will soon launch a video game placing the player in the role of an active shooter... Read more »

Amazon Sells Facial Recogniton Technology To Police Departments

Has the retail giant Amazon crossed an indefensible ethical line by selling its facial recognition program to a police department to potentially spy on all the inhabitants of a big city? The... Read more »
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