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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Steps Down From Position

Jack Dorsey, co-founder and public face of Twitter, has recently announced his decision to step down from his role as CEO of the social media platform, effective immediately. Despite stepping down, Jack will still hold a position on Twitter’s board of directors for at least another year, while the role of CEO will be passed […]

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Godaddy Data Breach Exposes 1.2 Million Users’ Information

Email Addresses, Account numbers, and passwords of over 1 million GoDaddy users have been exposed by a data breach by web hosting company GoDaddy. The company revealed that their system was first compromised as early as September 6th, but the breach wasn’t discovered until November 17th. If you want to check if your information has […]

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Apple Will Allow Customers TO Repair Their Devices

In a surprising move, Apple has announced its new self-service repair program launching in early 2022, which will allow iPhone users to purchase Apple-certified tools, parts, and training to service their own devices. Following the controversy surrounding Apple’s decisions to make repairs of their new devices, most notable being the new iPhone 13 blocking features […]

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Microsoft Blocks Other Browsers in Windows 11

Microsoft has recently released Windows 11, and with it come a plethora of new features and tweaks designed to make user experience better. However, not all of the changes have the positive intended effect, as with Windows 11, Microsoft has made it more difficult for users to switch default browsers. This isn’t the first time […]

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Newly Found Screenshots Reveal All Info Robinhood Hackers Had Access To

Screenshots obtained by Motherboard have been redacted and released, showcasing just how data the Robinhood hackers had access to. The image shows a screen that authorized Robinhood employees can access, which seemingly has information about a user’s funds added to their account, their account identifiers, and login locations, as well as options to disable multi-factor […]

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Robinhood Data Breach Exposes Data of 5M Users

The online stock trading platform Robinhood recently announced that it had suffered a data breach, exposing over five million of its users’ Email addresses, and two million of its users’ full names. The data breach reportedly occurred when an unauthorized party impersonated an authorized party to a Robinhood employee by phone and demanded ransom for […]

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Facebook to Shut Down Its Facial Recognition System

In a surprising move, Facebook has announced that it will be shutting down its facial recognition system and deleting all of its face scan data of more than 1 billion of its users. Citing “concerns about the place of facial recognition technology in society” and the fact “regulators are still in the process of providing […]

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iPhones May Soon Detect and Report Car Crashes

Apple’s flagship phones and smartwatches may have automatic car crash detection in the near future, according to the Wall Street Journal. While by no means new technology, with advanced crash and fall detection techs sweeping through the automotive and smart-device industries alike, and the introduction of such a feature in Apple’s next iPhones would lead […]

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Facebook Rebrands to “Meta”

The Facebook Company has rebranded to Meta. Here’s what that means, and what was announced in their Meta event. Facebook kicked off its event by launching meta, the new name of the company that owns Instagram, Facebook, Messenger, and Oculus. Facebook also announced that it would be changing its ticker on the NYSE from $fb […]

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Minors Can Now Remove Images of Themselves From Google Search Results

Google has launched a new safety feature that allows anyone under the age of 18, or their parent or legal representative, to request Google to remove images of themselves from search results. This feature was initially announced in August, and follows Google’s previous addition of avenues to remove harmful content from its search results, including […]

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