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Tik Tok banned US Army Navy

U.S. Military bans TikTok for safety

The U.S. Navy has banned the use of the TikTok social networking application on government-owned smartphones, under the fear that it represents a cyber security threat. U.S. lawmakers are "concerned"...
Top ten apps most downloaded decade

These are the most downloaded iOS and Android apps of the decade

2019 is coming to an end. The end of a decade. What will the new 20s hold for us to discover? If possible, even more technology for sure. Perhaps...
Google Interpreter

Google Interpreter Mode translates in real time to 44 languages with your smartphone

Are you going on a trip abroad this holiday season? Once again Google comes to save you: the technology giant has launched an update for smartphones of its virtual...
MIcrosoft Teams

Microsoft Teams becomes the first Office app for Linux

Microsoft Teams is a collaborative tool for groups that is part of the Office 365 system, which has become an interesting competition for Slack, Hangouts Chat or Workplace. Microsoft has...
Old Windows smartphones

Another batch of old phones runs out of Whatsapp. Do you have one of...

February 1, 2020 is the day marked for WhatsApp, the most widely used messaging app to stop working on millions of phones, both Android, iPhone and Windows Phone. Facebook, the...
Pine personal diary

Pine, a great application to keep a personal diary

This is a website (they still don't have versions as a mobile native app) that allows us to create quick notes to write a novel (about us) :-), with...
Whatsapp dark mode

Don’t look for Whatsapp dark mode anymore

Don't waste your time: Whatsapp's dark mode is not yet available to users. It is true that from time to time there is a news about Whatsapp that tells what...
Seeing AI

App describes scenes for millions of blind people to know their environment

Millions of people who are blind or severely visually impaired can, as of last Tuesday, download the new Spanish, German, French, Japanese and Dutch versions of Seeing AI, Microsoft's...
SEO with Yoast SEO plugin

Advantages and disadvantages of Yoast SEO

In web development using the WordPress platform, many administrators decide to take advantage of the usefulness of the Yoast SEO plugin to improve the SEO positioning of the site...
Monkey watching Instagram

What does the video of a monkey using Instagram imply?

That video is old (in current Internet time), and was first published last April by activist Mike Holston. However, this video has a different interpretation to the one everyone gave...
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Plague Inc

China eliminates from the App Store ‘Plague Inc’, a video game about an infection...

China doesn't want to joke about the coronavirus crisis. And since in that country the government doesn't owe anyone a debt, it has unilaterally...
SEO specialists

How do I choose the right SEO company?

You’ve just started a new online business, but you’ve no idea how to go about marketing it. Perhaps you’ve heard of search engine optimisation...
Virus flu

Why isn’t the coronavirus the same as the flu?

It runs through all the whatsapps and bars the runrun that the coronavirus of Wuhan, the Covid-19, is the same as a flu. Actually,...
Metal factory

The benefits of working with a top precision metal supplier

Sourcing the right precision metals can make all the difference to the profitability and success of your project. You want to know you’re buying...

Is tart cherry juice concentrate the best recovery drink right now?

Montmorency tart cherry juice has gained a reputation as a recovery drink among elite and recreational exercisers, with research suggesting...

On average, there is about one ‘marsquake’ on Mars per day

On November 26 2018, the NASA InSight lander successfully set down on Mars in the Elysium Planitia region. Seventy Martian days later, the mission’s...
Wuhan coronavirus

Coronavirus is not a pandemic … yet: 77,362 cases and more than 2,600 deaths

“Does this virus have pandemic potential? Absolutely, it has. Are we there yet? From our assessment, not yet,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told...

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