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Google is working on another communications application, this one for workplaces, that will combine several different platforms it already operates, according to a new report from The Information. This new product is designed to unify different Google services the company sells to businesses, including parts of its G Suite like corporate-grade Gmail and Google Drive.It would also bundle...
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FacebookÂ’s Clear History tool is now available in all countries, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced in a blog post today. ItÂ’s part of a new section in your settings called “Off-Facebook activity,” and it lets users see which third-parties have shared user interactions with the social network — even when theyÂ’re not using Facebook directly.Off-Facebook activity is the information that...
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The Japanese vendor Mitsubishi Electric declared a network hack last week in a press release. As revealed at the time (through the translated version of the press release), their network suffered the attack in June 2019. As a result, their system exposed data to the attackers, including “personal information and corporate confidential information”.  They did specify that the incident did...
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Reportedly, Mozilla has recently banned a large number of Firefox browser extensions for malicious activity. The tech giant has banned 197 different add-ons in the previous weeks, which were found running malicious code. Among these, around 129 extensions belonged to 2Ring, which Mozilla removed for executing remote code. This is something in contrast to MozillaÂ’s policy which does not...
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Facebook and gaming hardware maker Razer are among the first US technology companies to begin restricting travel to China amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.Facebook is halting all non-essential employee travel to the country, and the company is also telling employees who recently returned from China to work from home, according to Bloomberg. Although Facebook is banned in China, the...
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Video game publisher Activision Blizzard has entered into a multiyear partnership with Google that will see the search giantÂ’s cloud platform power all of Activision BlizzardÂ’s game hosting and other technical needs. But more importantly, as part of the deal, YouTube will become the exclusive streaming partner for all of the game publisherÂ’s big e-sports titles, including the...