Malware Broker Behind US Hacks is Now Teaching Internet Security

A Chinese malware broker who spent 18 months in the San Diego federal detention center after being sentenced by the US government for involving in malicious activity linked to major hacks is now back in China on his old teaching job. As Reuters reports, Yu Pingan is teaching Chinese high-school students computer courses, one of […]

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How WhatsApp ‘Delete Messages’ Will Work on Android, iOS

WhatsApp’s Dark Theme may finally roll out after being in development for a long time, and there’s another exciting feature that also looks almost ready to hit prime time. It’s the new self-destructing message feature that has been rumored for a while now. While earlier reports suggested that it might work similarly to that of […]

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Huawei smart phone in Harmony OS is officially coming

Post the US government imposed ban on conducting business with Huawei, the Chinese giant unveiled Harmony OS, its operating system that the company said will be used by the company going forward. However, Huawei is still sticking with Android for its smartphones, and according to a statement given by the company’s president, it will continue […]

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Google Stadia Increases Launch Lineup to 22 Games

Google’s VP and General Manager, Phil Harrison, has just announced that the official launch lineup for the company’s Stadia game streaming service has increased to 22 titles from the 12 announced last week. The updated list includes a whole host of popular titles, including Final Fantasy XV, Metro Exodus, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Football Manager 2020 and […]

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Microsoft Adds 50 New Games to xCloud Preview

A few weeks after launching a Public Preview of its Project xCloud game-streaming platform in select markets, Microsoft has announced plans to officially roll out the service for general users next year. The company also announced the addition of 50 more games to the platform, taking the total number of available titles to 55. Some […]

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You Can Finally Edit Your Google Maps Public Profile From Within the App

As part of its plans to offer users more control over their profile pages, Google Maps is rolling out an update that lets users take control over their profile picture and other information. With the incoming update, users will now be able to manage their public profile from the app, thanks to a new ‘My […]

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Adobe Photoshop Finally Launch on iPads

Adobe has finally launched its iconic image manipulation software, Photoshop, on Apple iPads. The development comes almost a year and a half after the company originally announced plans to bring the software to Apple’s tablet platform. The app is the full-fledged Photoshop software that brings much of the same features that users have gotten used-to […]

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