Will the Google Pixel smartphone replace your keys and identity papers

Will Google Pixel Smartphones Replace Car Keys or Identity Documents?

INNOVATION: The Californian giant, Google has announced that it is working with other digital players to develop programs that will secure car keys and dematerialized identity documents. Google recently expressed its ambition to see its Pixel smartphones eventually replace various identity documents but also take the place of cash and car keys. To develop these projects, the Californian giant announced on […]

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Facebook blocks Nicolas Maduro's account for disinformation on Covid-19

Facebook Blocks Nicolas Maduro’s Account for Disinformation on Covid-19

VENEZUELA: The Venezuelan head of state, Nicolas Maduro is accused of promoting the drug Carvativir Facebook announced on Saturday that it had “blocked” Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s account for 30 days after the latter’s “repeated violations” of the American company’s policy on disinformation linked to Covid-19. “Due to repeated violations of our regulations, we blocked the page for 30 days during which […]

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Xbox live is changing to Xbox Network

Microsoft: Xbox Live Services Changes to Xbox Network

VIDEO GAMES: This name change will clearly distinguish its paid Xbox Live Gold offer from the old Xbox Live service. Xbox Live, Microsoft’s online gaming service since 2002, is changing its name. It will become Xbox Network, reports an article from The Verge relayed by 01Net on Tuesday. By renaming it like this, the American firm wants to avoid confusion with its Xbox Live Gold subscription […]

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Google will no longer track its users individually

Google: Your Searches Will No Longer Be Used to Track You and Show You Ads

PERSONAL DATA: Google plans to delete third-party cookies and therefore to eliminate ultra-personalized advertising Regularly criticized for its tracking practices, Google is trying to improve its image by offering a user experience that is more respectful of privacy. This is how the Mountain View firm has just announced that it will no longer develop new tools to […]

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Residents are being asked their opinion on 5G in Nantes

5G in Nantes: Residents Invited to Give Their Opinion this Month Before any Decision

MOBILE PHONE: The general public has until March 27 to express their opinion on the deployment of 5G in Nantes The city of Nantes had asked the telephone operators to wait for a public debate to be held before launching 5G in the territory. This public debate has just started and will run until March 27. Whether […]

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Huawei watches will finally welcome third-party applications

Huawei to Enable Third-Party Apps on its Smartwatches

CONNECTED WATCHES: The first third-party app that can be installed on Huawei smartwatches is Fitify, a fitness app. Good news for owners of Huawei smartwatches. The Chinese manufacturer has just announced that its connected watches will now be able to accommodate third-party applications. What to offer an enriched experience to users, but also potentially boost sales of […]

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Clubhouse is the audio-only social media platform that’s becoming massively popular

Is Clubhouse Available on Android?

Clubhouse launched in April 2020 as a space for creatives to network all over the world. Like live podcasting meets Twitter, the audio-only social network app is still relatively new, although it now boasts over 6 million active users including celebrities such as Drake, Oprah Winfrey, Jared Leto and Tiffany Haddish. Until recently, Clubhouse was […]

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Facebook challenges Australia by blocking news content

Facebook Challenges Australia by Blocking News Content

SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook has blocked some news content in Australia to protest a bill to force the social network to pay media In retaliation against a bill that intends to force the social network to pay for media in Australia, Facebook has blocked access to many news contents in the country. A decision that angered the Australian government on Thursday. As of […]

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Facebook is arguing that the new rules by Apple will severely impact people and the consumers, app developers and small businesses can lose out.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Reportedly Told Staff ‘We Need to Inflict Pain’ on Apple

It has been a while since two giants, Facebook and Apple have been in a tussle for user privacy issues. Apple has taken some steps in the past regarding privacy settings that have hurt Facebook. It has been a while since two giants, Facebook and Apple have been in a tussle for user privacy issues. […]

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Biden keeps Huawei on blacklist - Geeko

Huawei Remains on US Blacklist Despite Joe Biden Coming to Power

COMMERCIAL WAR: Chinese manufacturer Huawei, has faced numerous accusations of spying on behalf of China during the Trump administration The arrival of Joe Biden as President of the United States was synonymous with hope and renewal for Huawei and foreshadowed a relaxation of trade restrictions imposed on American companies that wanted to work with the Chinese company. But the […]

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