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Cloud and the IT support landscape of recent times

Just in the past two decades, there has been an overwhelming change in the world of IT, both in terms of business and personal use cases. At one point of...

Youtube will crush users with ads to get them pay for music

YouTube is the platform where a lot of people come when they want to listen to music. While Spotify and Apple Music have millions of subscribers, YouTube has the...

A web version of the mythical Winamp, released today

Jordan Eldredge has recovered a web version of a media player that we veterans remember fondly. Winamp, one of the most used in the world, born more than 20...

3 rules for more engaging social media videos

It is important that you try to create more engaging social media videos that are able to connect and speak to viewers more effectively, and encourage them to react....
Bitcoin mining

Opera 50 introduces cryptocurrency anti-mining protection

A few months ago, websites, such as The Pirate Bay, and some extensions for Chrome, were discovered by mining cryptocurrencies using JavaScript code without the user's consent. At first glance...

ProtonMail’s end-to-end encrypted email arrives in Outlook, Thunderbird and Apple Mail

The Swiss encrypted email service developed by CERN researchers, ProtonMail, announced a few hours ago the launch of an application that allows end-to-end encryption in clients such as Microsoft...

This tool allows you to make video calls with 50 people, free and without...

There are hundreds of options available when we want to make a video call: Skype, Hangouts, FaceTime, Google Duo, Facebook, Slack, etc. Anyway, when it comes to making group...

Essential ingredients for your social media accounts

Once you decide to launch social media accounts, it’s important you take the right steps to make sure they’re successful. This requires you to do your homework and put...

Russian fake ads in Facebook

Facebook sold ads to Russian fake accounts during the US election Russian ties in US elections continue to come to light. Facebook reported this Wednesday, September 6 they discovered more...

Facebook’s exodus of teenagers

Facebook suffers an exodus of teenagers (again) We've been hearing for years that Facebook is dead for teenagers. In a new season in this series, now a study says that...
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Destiny 2 Beyond Light

What will be the future of Destiny 2?

A few of weeks ago, Bungie Studios kicked off the 11th season of Destiny 2. Titled the "Season of the Arrivals", it has brought...
Angry woman

Can technology help us be (or seem to be) more polite?

PITTSBURGH--In a tense time when a pandemic rages, politicians wrangle for votes and protesters demand racial justice, a little politeness and courtesy go a...
Windows File Recovery tool

Microsoft launches its own tool to recover deleted files

Microsoft has announced the launch of Windows File Recovery, a new tool that will allow users of its operating system to recover files deleted...
Indian woman with smartphone

The New Cold War: TikTok, WeChat and dozens of other Chinese apps have been...

The consequences of the open political front between China and India in recent months are also reflected in technology. In a new move by...
SoC AMD Zen 2

Why does Epic Games say that PS5 is “a masterpiece” of system design?

With PlayStation 5 on track for the end of the year, one of the most talked about topics is the console's SSD and its...
Crysis Remastered

Release date and first images of Crysis Remastered filtered

The release date and first screenshots of Crysis Remastered have been filtered. As you can read on the Microsoft Store product page, Crysis Remastered will...
Hong Kong skyline

US revokes Hong Kong’s ‘special status’ over risk of diverting “dual-use technology” to Beijing

Pessimism is spreading in Hong Kong as it is assumed that the end of preferential treatment by the United States will also soon extend...

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