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Google plans to replace passwords with “Trust Scores”
May24

Google plans to replace passwords with “Trust Scores”

Google had its I/O last week, and it didn’t go without some major announcements. While news of the company’s Artificial Intelligence, Allo, Duo and the likes may have grabbed the headlines—not much was said about password replacement. Trust Score as Google puts it, will replace passwords soon. Google’s Trust Scores incorporates various data points about you to determine whether you are legitimate or not. Per The Verge, Google’s Trust...

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Facebook Rejects Ad Showing Plus-Size Woman
May24

Facebook Rejects Ad Showing Plus-Size Woman

Facebook is known for banning some ads that are deemed inappropriate. Every time a user submits an ad, it goes directly to its support teams. It has a team that handles spam and sexually explicit content. Its safety team handles all threats, graphic violence and other things that fit in this category. But recently, the social networking site rejected an ad showing a plus-size woman wearing a bikini. Cherchez la Femme group promoted a...

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5 ways to protect your online business from security breaches
May19

5 ways to protect your online business from security breaches

It’s no longer secret that 117 million passwords of LinkedIn users have been breached by a hacker who has put them on sale. It’s about the biggest password hack in history, and could expose data of about 167 million accounts in LinkedIn. Thank goodness LinkedIn has stepped in to rectify things—but the company can only do so little because the onus is on the individual. How often do we get to read news of security and password breaches...

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Facebook to sell video ads on behalf of its ads network
May17

Facebook to sell video ads on behalf of its ads network

Trust Facebook to always be in the news—this time, the social network site is competing big time with Google and other online ad companies. Facebook is now selling video ads on behalf of its ads network. The technology giant believes that this latest move will not only help marketers sell ads, but also place them “in-stream” and “in-article” video advertisements across third-party websites and applications. Now this is huge for the...

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Opera claims battery life can be prolonged by 50% with its new power-saving mode
May13

Opera claims battery life can be prolonged by 50% with its new power-saving mode

Opera has been busy lately, and this is understandable considering the stiff competition going on in the browser world. After adding a built-in ad blocker earlier in May, the company has decided to add a feature which it believes would extend the life of your battery by 50 percent. “Low-power mode,” the name of Opera’s latest addition; will extend the life of your battery by 50 percent, reports PC World. Release of this feature is...

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