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Google Maps Adds New Feature for Those Recovering from Drug Addiction 
Sep14

Google Maps Adds New Feature for Those Recovering from Drug Addiction 

Google Maps has been adding new features over the year. The majority of those improvements aimed to provide better navigation and commute experiences. But in this latest feature, users could find drug addiction recovery resources.  Drug Addiction Recovery Resources  The company supports National Recovery Month by launching Recover Together. It is a set of resources for users who struggle with opioid addiction.  If you need to purchase...

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Apple Introduced Three New iPhones and Other New Products 
Sep11

Apple Introduced Three New iPhones and Other New Products 

During its yearly product showcase on Tuesday, the iPhone maker unveiled three new iPhones. It also rolled out a new watch and introduced the latest video-streaming device — Apple TV.  Compared to other existing devices, the new iPhones only offer modest new features. For its iPhone 11 Pro, it comes with stainless steel considered to be surgical-grade. It is also in a matte finish.  Most Advanced iPhone  The iPhone 11 Pro is touted as...

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Menstrual Tracking Apps are Sharing Private Sexual Health Data to Facebook 
Sep10

Menstrual Tracking Apps are Sharing Private Sexual Health Data to Facebook 

Privacy International, an advocacy group based in London, revealed that some menstrual tracking apps are sending their users’ private health information to Facebook and other third-party services. These data would include sexual encounters, monthly cycles and the use of contraception.  Buzzfeed obtained the research exclusively from the said group. In the report, it stated that Maya and MIA Fem are just two of the apps that sent...

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Wunderlist Creator Wants to Buy the App Back as Microsoft Plans to Shut It Down 
Sep09

Wunderlist Creator Wants to Buy the App Back as Microsoft Plans to Shut It Down 

In 2015, Microsoft bought Wunderlist, a popular task management app. But two years after, Microsoft released a preview of its To-Do app.  This week, Wunderlist creator and founder, Christian Reber, tweeted its plea to Microsoft. He wanted to buy Wunderlist back from MS but allow the team to continue working on the To-Do app.  “Still sad @Microsoft wants to shut down @Wunderlist, even though people still love and use it. I’m...

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DHS Will Ask for Social Media Profiles from Asylum Seekers, Immigrants, and Refugees
Sep08

DHS Will Ask for Social Media Profiles from Asylum Seekers, Immigrants, and Refugees

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has an existing program that requires visa applicants to hand over their social media information. These applicants would include people who are traveling to the US for business or education.  Recently, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will also request those details on more forms. These would include applications for asylum and naturalization.  This is about the Trump...

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