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Instagram Testing Non-SMS, Two Factor Authentication System

Facebook-owned Instagram works with a non-SMS, two-factor authentication system that would work with security apps like Google Authenticator and create a separate login code for theft or hacking. "We continue to improve the security of Instagram accounts, including 2-factor authentication," TechCrunch quoted an Instagram spokesman as said. A prototype version of the updated two-factor feature in the Android version of …

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Google is funded $ 5 billion by the EU in the Android Antitrust Case

Updated July 18, 2018 5:41 pm ET The BRUSSELS European Union united Alphabet Inc.'s Google with a record support of $ 4.34 billion ($ 5.06 billion) on Wednesday, according to an official familiar with the case, a decision that could loosen the company's grip on Its biggest growth engine: mobile phones. EU commissioners agreed on the fine on Wednesday morning, …

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Toyota's new Supra will also get a 4-cylinder alternative

Goodwood, England – Toyota's brand new Supra is the lightest 2018 most anticipated car. The upcoming sports car has been tortured a thousand times in prototype, racing and conceptual form, but it has not yet fully been revealed in meat along with all other succulent facts. This is apparently happening in September. Although Toyota has acknowledged that the new rear-wheeled …

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Samsung Introduces The World's First LPDDR5 DRAM Chip: How It Will Change Smartphones

Samsung has finally spun the beans on its upcoming LPDDR5 DRAM, which it hopes will soon enter mass production. Compared to energy-saving current generation memory, LPDDR5 is expected to lower the power consumption rate. (19459013) Chung Sung-Jun | Getty Images ) Samsung has now officially unveiled the world's first LPDDR5 DRAM for mobile devices. The company confirms that it has …

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Facebook, Google, Twitter Defend filtering practices before the United States congress

Facebook, Alphabet and Twitter told a parliament panel on Tuesday that social media do not discriminate on content for political reasons. Conservative Republicans in Congress have criticized social media for what they claim are politically motivated methods. The chairman of the Association Court Committee, Bob Goodlatte, said that since the April hearing, the congress has "seen many efforts from these …

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