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US government launches security review of acquisition of TikTok
Nov01

US government launches security review of acquisition of TikTok

Reuters on Friday reports that the US government is beaming its security investigation on the acquisition of TikTok by Chinese company ByteDance Technology. TikTok, a social media app that attracts 26.5 million monthly active users in the US, was acquired by ByteDance for $1 billion. Citing two people familiar with the matter, Reuters reports that TikTok is coming under security probe as there are fears that the Chinese company may be...

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5 ways the right accounting software can cut your business costs
Oct30

5 ways the right accounting software can cut your business costs

5 ways the right accounting software can cut your business costs Cost-minimisation is essential for businesses in any industry. In fact, the contemporary economic theory reduces the entire decision-making process of a firm to this straightforward factor. Finding new and innovative means of reducing expenses and cutting costs allows your business to stay competitive and use its resources in the most effective way. However, knowing...

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Google adds new video filters to Duo ahead of Halloween
Oct30

Google adds new video filters to Duo ahead of Halloween

Halloween is around the corner, and Google is throwing its weight behind it by adding three new video filters for video calls on Duo. While making video calls, you will be able to add some interesting video effects alongside some very exciting filters to apply. There are two Halloween options that you can choose from alongside one sparkler-laden Diwali on-screen greeting. You can add these new filters to your recorded messages by...

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WhatsApp’s new privacy feature will let you choose who can add you to a group
Oct22

WhatsApp’s new privacy feature will let you choose who can add you to a group

Finally, we are approaching that phase where people will no longer have the ability to thrust you into a group without your permission—WhatsApp is already seeing to this. That is some good news, and I am glad to say that phase is already before us. Last December, the Indian government pressured [maybe lobbied] the chat app to consider adding a feature that will ensure people are not added to a group chat without their consent. Going...

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Google adds more ways to report incidents on Maps
Oct18

Google adds more ways to report incidents on Maps

Give it to Google—the company never gets tired of keeping its slew of apps new updates and keeping them up there with the best. Maps for example, remains one of the most updated apps—and no wonder it ranks among the most downloaded on the Play Store and the most used. Virtually everyone uses Google Maps, so it should not come as a surprise if it keeps getting regular updates and new features. Now, Google Maps has welcomed more ways to...

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Why Google Play is still the leading app store
Oct17

Why Google Play is still the leading app store

Why Google Play is still the leading app store For years now, Apple and Android have been competing against each other for the title of the most functional and popular platform on the market. Although each of them is remarkable in some specifics, for the past few years Android has without comparison been dominating the app market. Google Play, Android’s Appstore, was launched back in October 2008 under the name “Android...

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