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Google Photos Free Unlimited Storage is Ending
May30

Google Photos Free Unlimited Storage is Ending

Better upload all your photos now while Google Photos unlimited storage is still free.  Google Photos is a popular cloud photo storage of the Internet search giant. One reason is that it offers free unlimited photo backups.  Last year, Google said that there are over 4 trillion photos uploaded and stored in Google Photos. Each week, 28 billion new images and videos are uploaded.  Google Photos Free Unlimited Storage Turning Six...

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Netflix May Expand into Video Games Subscription
May25

Netflix May Expand into Video Games Subscription

Netflix wants to offer its subscribers more interactive entertainment.  Gaming subscription is the next big thing in tech. Several tech companies, like Apple, Google, and Nvidia, are offering it.   In a recent report, it seems that the video streaming service, Netflix, wants to try its hat in this department. According to Reuters, Netflix is looking for an executive officer who could manage its expansion into video...

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Apple Released macOS Big Sur 11.4 With Patches for Exploit
May25

Apple Released macOS Big Sur 11.4 With Patches for Exploit

It fixes an exploit that enables malware to take screenshots without your knowledge.  https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2020/06/apple-introduces-macos-big-sur-with-a-beautiful-new-design/ Apple released various updates for its plethora of operating systems. One update is the macOS Big Sur 11.4. But don’t expect that all new features will be available. Some of them will be released later.  macOS Big Sur Update  A month ago,...

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Florida Governor Signed a Law to Penalize Tech Companies for Banning Political Candidates
May25

Florida Governor Signed a Law to Penalize Tech Companies for Banning Political Candidates

A social media platform will pay up to $250,000 per day if it bans a candidate for office.  On Monday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill that punishes tech companies for banning users because of their content.  SB 7072 Banning Social media Platforms  Also known as SB 7072, the bill prohibits a social media platform from de-platforming political candidates in Florida.  If the candidate is running for...

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India Requests Social Media Platforms to Remove Posts with “Indian Variant”
May24

India Requests Social Media Platforms to Remove Posts with “Indian Variant”

The Indian government wrote to all social media firms to delete content referring to “Indian Variant.” The coronavirus variant B.1.617 was first discovered in India in 2020. Recently, the WHO classified it a global concern.  Unfortunately, people are referring to it as an Indian variant because it was first discovered in the said country.  After the WHO classified it as a global concern, the Indian government issued a statement...

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