One of the most common phrases you’ll hear on the internet is that “If you’re not paying, you’re the product.” When you use a free online service, you’re often paying through other means, such as your data, your privacy, and potentially, your security. Using a free secure messaging app, then, goes against the grain. If
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Samsung Electronics reported Thursday its net profit grew 7.3 percent year-on-year in the second quarter, with strong demand for memory chips overcoming the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on smartphone sales. The world’s biggest smartphone and memory chip maker said profits in the April-to-June period were KRW 5.56 trillion (roughly Rs. 34,846 crores). Operating profit
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Two years after Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg’s explanation to US lawmakers – “Senator, we run ads” – exploded as a meme, online viewers again ridiculed moments of a tech antitrust showdown on Wednesday. The chief executives of the country’s largest tech companies – including Zuckerberg, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai of Alphabet’s Google and
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For the most part, we purchase phones to keep them as long as possible; however, sometimes people buy “burner phones” for short-term use. So, why are people buying phones with the intent of not using them for long? Let’s take a look at the concept of burner phones, and how you may use one in
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Security researchers identified multiple vulnerabilities on the Web and mobile platforms of online dating site OkCupid that could have allowed hackers to steal user private data of users. The data could include full profile details, private messages, sexual orientation, personal addresses, and even all submitted answers to OkCupid’s profiling questions. The team at OkCupid is
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