The Federal government is examining the security of mobile pay apps, now being used by more than 2 billion people around the world.
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The world is abuzz about the metaverse, an evolving technology that could reshape life as we know it. It describes a network of immersive virtual worlds that blend elements of social media, gaming, entertainment, and commerce, effectively creating a brand new economy. In fact, a recent Bloomberg report called the metaverse the "next big technology platform," and it put the market opportunity at $800 billion by 2024.
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A major glitch in Apple products allows websites to see a user's browsing history and other personal data.
Apple rolled out the iOS 15.4 beta 1 and iPadOS 15.4 beta 1 on Thursday, January 27th. It comes one day after Apple released iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 to the public. All of the devices that were supported by iOS 14 will be supported by iOS 15 as well, so if you were able … The post iOS 15.4 beta 1 and iPadOS 15.4 beta 1 now available on iPhone and iPad appeared first on BGR.
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This seems to be occurring right now in this market sell-off, with many fast-growing software, technology, and internet stocks down 50% while the market is only down around 10%. Two high-growth stocks in a sell-off that could go parabolic over the next decade are Latch (NASDAQ: LTCH) and Coupang (NYSE: CPNG). Latch is an electronic hardware and software provider for residential and commercial buildings.
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Free apps and websites now search hundreds of channels and services to help you find favorite films and programsJustWatch organizes titles in dozens of ways, including by genre, what's highly rat...
The filings sided with Epic Games Inc., maker of the popular Fortnite game, that is appealing a ruling in its antitrust lawsuit against Apple AAPL that allows the iPhone maker to continue some restrictive policies.
Naver Z, a Naver subsidiary that runs the 3D-avatar app Zepeto, is launching a $100 million fund in the upcoming months to promote its newly launched plugin powered by Unity, the platform that enables creators to develop 2D and 3D content for mobile phones, PCs or virtual reality devices. It lets users render their selfies in 3D avatars, design digital spaces and interact with others. As of January, the app has 20 million monthly active users, up from 10 million in May 2020, Rudy Lee, Naver Z's chief strategy officer, told TechCrunch.
The app expands the New York-based asset manager’s crypto reach with a stated focus on retail traders.
OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) -Apple Inc is stifling competition through its mobile app store, attorneys general for 34 U.S. states and the District of Columbia said on Thursday, as they appealed against a ruling that let the iPhone maker continue some restrictive practices. While dozens of state attorneys general have filed recent antitrust lawsuits against other big tech companies, including Facebook owner Meta Platforms Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google, none had so far taken aim at Apple. Thursday's remarks, led by the state of Utah and joined by Colorado, Indiana, Texas and others, came in a lawsuit in an appeals court against app store fees and payment tools between "Fortnite" video game maker Epic Games and Apple.
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We evaluated 11 services for digital security, privacy, and ease of useBy Yael GrauerPasswords are great, but they have their drawbacks, too.It’s really hard to come up with random, unique passwo...
The buzz about 19-year-old Tesla hacker David Colombo is well deserved. A flaw in third-party software allowed him to remotely access 25 of the world’s leading EV manufacturer’s vehicles across 13 countries. The hacker shared that he was able to remotely unlock the doors, open the windows, blast music and start each vehicle.
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It's been about three years since Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG) (NASDAQ: GOOGL) subsidiary Google said it would disable third-party tracking cookies in the popular Chrome browser. In its place, Google proposed a new online activity-tracking technology known as Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC). One year later, Google invited other online advertising companies to propose improvements for the FLoC solution.
Meet Rise, a new startup working on a calendar app that is specifically designed for team work. Rise helps you see what you have planned, check what your team is doing right now and, more importantly, schedule meetings that are as convenient as possible for the whole team. When you create an account, Rise asks you to configure the perfect week — a sort of blueprint for your week.
If the film was trying to catalog every time TikTok made the news, it did a great job. But in its effort to recap history, it fails to deliver any insight.
From using bitcoin and monero to updating your computer's operating system, Seth for Privacy presents 10 security tips for CoinDesk's "Privacy Week."
As a company grows, the amount of important information employees need to keep track of inevitably grows right along with it. Dashworks is a startup aiming to be the go-to place for all of that internal knowledge. Part customizable start page and part search engine, it hooks into dozens of different enterprise services and gives you one hub to find what you need.
Sidharth Kakkar knows all about the pain of relying on a giant spreadsheet. While building his previous company, Freckle Education, it got to the point where the master spreadsheet full of data that everyone was using would not load anymore or would crash the computer. “One of my favorites was a CFO who took a company public, and on the roadshow, people would ask for all of these cohorts, and his team would go nuts putting them together just for the roadshow and literally never did anything with them again,” Kakkar recalled.
Google has launched an Offers tab for the Play Store featuring deals on apps, games, movies, books and other purchases.
There really is very little you still need to go to a bank to do. Most of your everyday banking can take place wherever you are, thanks to your phone. Banking and credit union apps are getting really...