Mike Bloomberg Using Influencer Power on Instagram to Advertise His Presidential Candidacy

Social media networks like Instagram are one of the few places where you can avoid the advertising reach of Mike Bloomberg, a billionaire presidential candidate. Not so anymore. Based on The New York Times, Bloomberg is working with a company called Meme 2020 to attempt to attain out to young voters. However, rather than influencing … Read more

BlueMail Makes Return to App Store After It Was Removed By Apple Last Year

BlueMail returns to Apple App Store eight months after it was removed. If you’ll recall, the email app’s producers accused the tech giant last year after it originated the “Sign in with Apple” trait, which lets you signal into apps and web sites with your Apple ID to guard your info. BlueMail’s developer, Blix, claimed … Read more

Samsung Foldable Phone Galaxy Z Flip Made Appearance at Oscars

After weeks of leaks of Samsung’s expected foldable phone, it seems like the company has decided to scoop itself. Merely a few days earlier than the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 11th, Samsung rolled out an advert for the Galaxy Z Flip during tonight’s Oscars ceremony. The advert confirms loads of what we’ve already seen … Read more

Group of Hackers Took Down Facebook Accounts Mentions Facebook Is Hackable

Facebook’s social media accounts were momentarily taken over by a group of hackers on Friday afternoon. The hacking group OurMine posted on Twitter and Instagram accounts for Facebook and Messenger, writing, “even Facebook is hackable.” The accounts have now been restored. OurMine claims its attacks are to try to show cyber vulnerabilities. In January, it … Read more

Twitter To Stop Using Word “Users” For Individuals Who Use Its Platform

Twitter has declared that, at least in its public documents, it may stop calling the people who use its platform “users.” It is “an effort to show more empathy for the people who use Twitter,” explains the company’s most recent financial results incorporating the fourth quarter of 2019. As an alternative, it is reframing the … Read more

West Virginia Governor to Give Alternative Vote by Smartphone for Disabled Individuals

More governments in the US are providing the choice to vote by smartphone. West Virginia’s governor is poised to sign a bill claiming that all counties provide peoples with disabilities a method to vote online, just in time for the 2020 presidential election. It might be the first state to offer the option. Whereas the … Read more

Microsoft’s Bug Bounty Program Is Paying Bug Hunters Up To $20,000

Microsoft has initiated a bug bounty program, especially for the Xbox Live community and services, and it is paying bug hunters up to $20,000. Like every other bug bounty program, the payout depends on the security vulnerability’s severity and starts at $500. Security holes that leave the Xbox Live network vulnerable to spoofing attacks can … Read more

Facebook Wants Users to Start Their New Year on Right Privacy Information

Facebook wants to start the 2020s on the right privacy footing, and it is about to make that sufficiently clear to most of its customers. The social network is planning to immediate virtually 2 billion people to review their privacy settings over the “next few weeks.” Tap the prompt in your News Feed, and you … Read more