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Video: How to update your iOS device

0SHARESShare Video: How to update your iOS device – TechRepublichttps://tr3.cbsistatic.com/fly/bundles/techrepubliccore/js/libs/html5shiv.js Video: How to update your iOS device Related Most Recent 0SHARESShare Click here to Read from the source

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Simple ways to avoid malware on all your devices

0SHARESShare Image: Jack Wallen It’s a shame that such documents have to be constantly produced, but the fact of the matter is simple—malware is on the rise. If the recent WannaCrypt attack is any indication, the continued wave of malicious software is not about to fade into the distance. And so, everyone with a keyboard and a mouthpiece sets about ...

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Skype gets Snapchat-style makeover

0SHARESShare Snapchat-style video stories and stickers have been integrated into Skype as part of a revamp of the app. The BBC’s Chris Foxx tried the new version and asked the company’s Amritansh Raghav why he wanted to make Skype more like Snapchat. The new app is being rolled out gradually worldwide. 0SHARESShare Click here to Read from the source

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Why did 'power surge' hit BA computers?

0SHARESShare It is one of the worst IT meltdowns to hit British Airways in recent memory – thousands of passengers had flights disrupted or cancelled at the weekend and there were chaotic scenes at London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Some travellers are still waiting to be reunited with their luggage, five days later. But what really went wrong? No-one seems ...

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Facebook shareholders press management on fake news

0SHARESShare For Facebook, it’s fake news. But shareholders say it’s a real issue. Owners of Facebook stock were rebuffed on Thursday after they called on company leaders to share more information about what they are doing to address the circulation of fake news. They asked the firm to prepare a report on the subject. Facebook maintained a report was unnecessary ...

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Putin: Patriotic Russians may be involved in hacking

0SHARESShare Russian President Vladimir Putin has suggested “patriotic” Russian citizens might be engaged in hacking. Such individuals might be joining “the justified fight against those speaking ill of Russia,” he said. Like “artists” who get up and paint all day, he added, hackers spend their day attacking adversaries. Mr Putin also denied once again that his administration hacked the US ...

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Tech leaders defy Trump on climate deal

0SHARESShare The biggest US tech firms are rallying behind the 2015 Paris climate agreement, despite President Trump’s decision to leave it. Mr Trump’s move has been met with dismay from other world leaders signed up to the accord – but much of the outcry can be heard on the west coast of his own country. The chief executives of Apple, ...

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ViaSat-2: Satellite goliath goes into orbit

0SHARESShare The most powerful commercial broadband satellite ever built has just gone into orbit on an Ariane rocket. ViaSat-2, which is to be stationed above the Americas, has a total throughput capacity of about 300 gigabits per second. The spacecraft was part of a dual payload on the Ariane flight. It was joined by Eutelsat 172B, a UK/French-built platform to ...

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US can ask visa applicants for social media history

0SHARESShare The Trump administration has approved plans to ask US visa applicants for details of their social media use. Consular officials can now ask for social media usernames going back five years via a new questionnaire. It also allows authorities to request email addresses, phone numbers and 15 years of biographical information. This can be requested when “more rigorous national ...

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YouTube clarifies 'hate speech' rules

0SHARESShare YouTube has clarified its rules on hate speech to enable video-makers to know which content it considers to be “advertiser-friendly”. In a blog post, the video-sharing website said it would not allow adverts to appear alongside “hateful” or discriminatory content. YouTube said it was making the changes to “address advertiser concerns around where their advertisements are placed”. But some ...

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