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Galaxy Watch Active is Samsung’s latest smartwatch that features blood pressure tracking
Feb21

Galaxy Watch Active is Samsung’s latest smartwatch that features blood pressure tracking

Over the years Samsung has developed passion for making the smartphone market highly competitive. Along with making the smartphone market highly competitive, the South Korean phone maker is known for combining beauty and quality when it comes to smartwatches—and its latest product is something to look forward to—the Galaxy Watch Active. The Galaxy Watch Active was launched on Wednesday alongside five phones earbuds, and a fitness...

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Facebook’s new privacy control blocks access to background location tracking on Android
Feb20

Facebook’s new privacy control blocks access to background location tracking on Android

Facebook has just added a new privacy control to the Android version of its app. The control gives you the edge when it comes to controlling how the Facebook app gains access to your location even while the app is not open. Going by Wednesday’s announcement, it seems what Facebook used access to keep checking on your locations, regardless of whether or not the app is open. However, today’s announcement gives you the opportunity to opt...

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Instagram is trialing donation sticker in Stories
Feb19

Instagram is trialing donation sticker in Stories

Just like Facebook where you can start fundraiser for your favorite nonprofit, Instagram is adding the ability to do just that with a new donation sticker. According to Jane Manchun Wong, the ephemeral picture-sharing app is testing a donation sticker in Stories. The donation sticker is still in the experimental stage, but will serve a very useful purpose for all those who want to raise fund for their favorite charity. As a matter of...

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Twitter retains your DMs for years even after deleting them
Feb16

Twitter retains your DMs for years even after deleting them

This piece of information does not look any good, but does anything good ever come out from the social media these days? Naturally, one would expect that deleted direct messages would remain just where they should be—dead and buried. Well, TechCrunch reports that they [your deleted direct messages] including “data sent to and from accounts that have been deactivated and suspended” are retained by Twitter. Security researcher Karan...

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Google Chrome to make it harder for sites to detect when you go Incognito Mode
Feb16

Google Chrome to make it harder for sites to detect when you go Incognito Mode

One of Google Chrome’s biggest flaws is letting web developers detect when you are using Incognito Mode. This will soon be a thing of the past as Google is reportedly working on a new set of code changes. The issue according to 9t05google, is already being fixed, and sites like Facebook, Amazon, and the likes will not be able to detect when you are in Incognito Mode. Web developers have a way of detecting whether or not you are in...

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