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Google releases a free tool for securing phones for iOS

This is more useful for people paying for Google One. The basic membership plan includes 100 GB of storage for $ 2 per month. This is enough to make drive, photo and phone backups much more practical. Regardless of whether you pay for Google One or not, it doesn’t hurt to have another option to secure your phone. Paid Google …

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Sony announces the first series of PS5-enabled televisions

If you have a new TV set in mind before launching the PS5, Sony has made your search with the new “Ready for PS5” television series considerably easier. The first televisions to be included in the program include the Sony X900H / XH90 4K HDR and Z8H / ZH8 8K HDR LED televisions with full array, which were presented at …

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Seagate is shipping 18TB hard drives, but groundbreaking hard drives will be available later this year

Seagate Technology has started shipping its 18TB hard drives for customer selection and has determined that hard drives will become more widely available later this year. While 18TB drives are significantly increasing the storage capacity of modern data centers, Seagate is planning a more important launch in the coming months as the company also plans to start commercial deliveries of …

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Congress berates Facebook for its acquisitions and feature cloning

Documents from the hearing on “Online platforms and market power: investigation of the dominance of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google” pic.twitter.com/fF20JB0w9v – House Judiciary Dems (@HouseJudiciary) July 29, 2020 Zuckerberg extended the idea in another email. “We can probably only ever buy competitive startups. But it will be a while before we can buy Google, ”he wrote. Later, when Zuckerberg …

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This notorious malware steals your email attachments to attack your friends

Having added a Wi-Fi worm module to hack wireless networks earlier this year, Emotet malware operators are now using stolen attachments to increase the authenticity of the spam emails they use to target users’ systems infect. As reported by BleepingComputerAccording to Marcus Hutchins, this is the first time that the botnet has used stolen attachments to make email more believable …

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What to expect from Samsung’s Unpacked event next week

Galaxy Buds Live Let’s start with the simplest: Samsung Galaxy Buds Live. Samsung is no stranger to true wireless earbuds, but they are a little different from the company’s previous attempts. For one, they are the first buds from the Galaxy brand to offer active noise cancellation that was conspicuously absent in the Galaxy Buds +. They also look like …

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Snap’s first diversity report shows a mostly white workforce

According to the report published today, Snap is predominantly made up of white men. Women accounted for 32.9 percent of Snap’s global workforce in 2019, less than a point more than in the previous year. Women accounted for less than a quarter of the directors’ level and only 30 percent of the VP level positions. Although more than 16 percent …

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