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Zoom updates the iOS app to stop sending data to Facebook

Zoom, a video conferencing app that many people currently use to stay in touch with colleagues while working from home, sent data to Facebook without revealing data sharing to customers. As of today, Zoom has updated its iOS app to remove the SDK that delivered data to Facebook via the Sign in with Facebook feature, according to Motherboard, the site …

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Apple vendors worried about iPhone demand, production ramp-up for new iPhones reportedly exposed

Most factories in China that deliver devices and components to Apple are back to cutting out products, but Apple suppliers are said to be worried about how much demand there will be for the current iPhone models and new iPhones expected this fall. According to Reuters, a senior official at one of Apple’s major supplier companies said orders for quarters …

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Don’t expect any April Fools’ jokes from Google this year

Google has historically participated in the tradition of trying to persecute the public every April Fools’ day (April 1), but things will be different this year. A recently leaked company memo from Google’s marketing manager Lorraine Twohill reveals that this year’s practical joke has been interrupted in the light of the pandemic. Things around the world are currently quite serious …

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Google Boots InfoWars App Off Play Store over Bogus Coronavirus claims

Photo: Drew Angerer (Getty) Google has finally kicked the Infowars app off its Play Store, the company confirmed to multiple outlet Friday. The tech giant’s app store was one of the last big bastions for conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, like his show (and all extremist views and infected supplements it touts) has been started from almost everyone mainstream online platform. …

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Alex Jones’ app started the Android store to promote coronavirus – Raw Story error information

On Friday, WIRED reported that Google has banned conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’ Infowar Android right-to-right app from the Play Store to promote coronavirus pandemic misinformation. “The removing [came] on the heels of a video, published in the Infowars app last week and watched by WIRED, where Jones disputed the need for social distance, on-site protection and quarantine efforts meant to …

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MacBook Air (2020) top features and impressions

Slowly but surely, Apple is moving its Mac laptops from the terrible butterfly keyboard buttons, and back to the reliable scissor switches that most overwhelmingly prefer. Although the keyboard is undoubtedly the star of the show for this year’s update, there are other best MacBook Air features to talk about in this handy video. Starting price of $ 999 One …

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Microsoft to divest AnyVision investments, end-of-life face recognition investments

Microsoft Corp. on Friday said it would sell its stake in AnyVision, an Israeli startup facial recognition, and said it would no longer make minority investments in companies selling the controversial technology. The decision marks a policy change for Redmond, a Washington-based software maker, which aims to shape how the tech industry is approaching face recognition. Microsoft has set principles …

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Smash Bros. Ultimate’s newest DLC Fighter is from Arms

Nintendo dropped a surprise Nintendo Direct Mini this week, although there really was no “mini” about it, as the presentation went on for almost 30 minutes, revealing lots of new details about games coming to Switch in the coming months. Among other things, we got our first information about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s next DLC fighter. The next character to …

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Everything to know about the story of Doom Eternal

Note: This post contains spoilers for stories of, like, every Doom game ever (except Doom 3), and especially the story of Doom Eternal. Even if you played Doom 2016, you might be a little lost with Doom Eternal. The game begins with a full-scale demonic invasion of Earth, does not make clear what happened since the last game, and for …

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