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Free Rides of G Suite Users are Over
Jan19

Free Rides of G Suite Users are Over

If you’re a free G Suite user, you have until May to use it without paying anything.  Free G Suite Users: Your Free Ride is Over As part of Google’s mission to reorganize its apps for the future of work, it changed G Suite’s name to Google Workspace. Since most plans have been migrated over to Workspace, Google wants to eliminate its free edition. It now wants its users to pay based on their usage.  Thus, if you’re part of a school or...

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Microsoft to Buy Activision Blizzard for $68.7 Billion — Biggest Acquisition Yet
Jan18

Microsoft to Buy Activision Blizzard for $68.7 Billion — Biggest Acquisition Yet

It’s an all-cash deal.  Microsoft Buying Activision Blizzard  On Tuesday, Microsoft announced that it’s going to buy game developer Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion. This is an all-cash transaction. The game developer’s stock increased by over 25%, after the announcement. It closed at $82.31 per share on Tuesday. Microsoft’s shares, on the other hand, closed down over 2%.  So far, this is Microsoft’s largest...

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Google Introduces Self Share for Chromebook and Android Users
Jan18

Google Introduces Self Share for Chromebook and Android Users

It’s in beta yet.  There are times when you need to send a file from your phone to your laptop. It used to be a clunky process for non-Mac or non-iPhone users. You may choose to send the file to your own email or upload it to cloud storage. Google is aware of this predicament. It’s now working on a tool that makes it easier to send files to yourself.  Introducing Google’s Self Share  Google introduced Nearby Share...

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Safari API Bug Can Reveal Your Identity
Jan17

Safari API Bug Can Reveal Your Identity

It’s a bug that leaks information about your browsing habits.  Safari Bug Leaking Your Information  Apple continues its efforts to make its browser, Safari, safe from crop-site tracking. Its Privacy Report is designed to protect users.  However, a bug has been discovered that could undo all of Apple’s initiatives in protecting its users’ privacy.  In a blog post, FingerprintJS revealed that there’s an issue with the way the...

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Dropbox will Update App to Support Apple Silicon (After Outrage)
Oct29

Dropbox will Update App to Support Apple Silicon (After Outrage)

It has been clarified by the company’s CEO.  We’re certainly supporting Apple Silicon, sorry for the confusion. We’ve been working for a while on a native M1 build which we aim to release in H1 2022. (And agree the responses in the support thread were not ideal)— Drew Houston (@drewhouston) October 28, 2021 Dropbox Native Apple Silicon App  After a forum outrage, Dropbox confirmed that it’s going to update its...

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“Day is the new calendar app from Yahoo
Oct04

“Day is the new calendar app from Yahoo

If you are using an online calendar or a calendar app then you might be using something like Google Calendar or Outlook from Microsoft. But, there is another player on the horizon who will try to get a piece of the market. Its name is Day and is coming pretty soon! According to TechCrunch Yahoo is working on Day, a new calendar app, and the company has called Jeremy Le Van, the co-founder of another calendaring app, Sunrise. LeVan...

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