Saturday, October 19, 2019

Tech

TikTok prohibits users from publishing certain types of content

ByteDance, the Chinese company that owns TikTok, has strict content policies in specific areas, for example, citing topics including Tiananmen Square and political criticism in China, according to a report in The Guardian. But in other countries, the banned content...

Steam Down: Barrage of reports surfaced online as Users couldn’t login

Steam the world's largest gaming platform went down hill at 8:30 (GMT 0). Gamer's unable to play to their favorite title took to twitter to share their frustration, as tournaments, parties and several other matches got canceled as users were...

Google to stops the news service bulletin on Android from November 22

Google has officially announced that it will close the application of its news services Bulletin on November 22 of this year, the tech giant will be deleted all the contents of the remaining bulletins, famous website Techlapse reported. At the...

iOS 13 update leads to a sudden slowdown in the iPhone

A new report revealed that the update of the new iOS 13 operating system from Apple, leads to a sudden slowdown in the speed of iPhone users' phones. According to the Verge, the iOS 13.1, which the company will launch...

Facebook bans self-harm images

Facebook Inc decides to ban graphic images of self-harming from its network as the company renewed its policy on suicide content. It follows a growing criticism of how social media companies control violent and potentially harmful content. The social network also...

Check out the best games that recently arrived at the Google Play Store

The Google Play Store has a panoply of games for everyone, many of them are free. Nowadays Android smartphones are already real alternatives to handhelds. The previous months have been very good in this regard! So, check out the best...

20 Free Android Apps on Google Play Store for limited time

Apps are constantly coming to the Google Play Store. Many of them are of great use, others of questionable utility, but each user will know what to do best with them. These are applications and more applications that we use...

Google Smart Assistant now supports video calls via WhatsApp

Previously, when users wanted to make calls, they used the phone, Duo or Hangouts video calls, but it seems that this is about to change soon. The user will now be able to make video calls at WhatsApp and Google...

Amazon tests new biometrics technology to verify customers by scanning their hands

Amazon is adding a new biometrics technology to its customers, as once the customer waves in front of the scanner, they may be able to purchase products in their healthy food chain. According to the Daily Mail, Amazon is developing...

USB4 products to reach shelves in 2020

The forum of the executors of USB known as "USB-IF", today announced that the technical specifications of the data acceptance standard USB4 has finalized and the products are likely to be introduced sometimes, in the next year. According to the...

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Does Turkey get what Erdogan wants?

Turkey had long vainly campaigned for the establishment of a "security zone" along its border with Syria. The agreement...

Scientists propose a new type of battery operated by artificial crystals

Scientists of the University of St. Petersburg, together with their foreign colleagues, have proposed a new type of battery operated by artificial crystals, an...

Olaf Schulz: Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency should be banned

German Finance Minister Olaf Schulz on Friday renewed his criticism of Facebook's plans to launch its cryptocurrencies, Libra, and said a new world currency...

The British royal couple brought back memories of Princess Diana in Pakistan

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton spoke with CNN in Lahore, Pakistan on Thursday, where the royal couple were visiting a village SOS for...

Johnson: We have a great new deal that puts us in control

Boris Johnson said on twitter: "We have a great new deal that puts us in control, now Parliament should finish Brexit on Saturday, so...