Facebook revealed that a software bug exposed the photos of up to 6.8 million users, including pictures they had not posted. To read the full article courtesy of the BBC News UK, please click on the photo below:
All-glass design, face recognition and triple cameras are some of the innovations featured in the latest phones from Apple, Google, Huawei and Samsung. To read the full article courtesy of The Guardian, please click the picture below
Most of us have an unmanageable amount of data on our devices. However, a few easy tweaks can bring it back under control. To read the full article courtesy of The Guardian, please click on the picture below:
A cyber security firm has said it found a malicious code injected into the British Airways website, which could be the cause of a recent data breach that affected 380,000 transactions. To read the full article courtesy of the BBC please click on the photo below
A £150 'smart' box has been invented for parents who are desperate to wean their tech-addicted children off smartphones and other gadgets. To read the full story courtesy of The Telegraph, click on the picture below.
Fears mount over WhatsApp's role in spreading fake newsApp blamed for circulating false information in India, Brazil, Kenya and now the UK. To read the full article courtesy of The Guardian, please click on the photo below:
The amount of contactless payments made through mobile devices increased by 336% compared with 2016, according to figures from WorldPay. To read the full article, courtesy of Computer Weekly; please click on the photo below:
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A bug in Word apparently targeted by scammers trying to steal banking logins will be patched, Microsoft has said. To continue reading the full article courtesy of the BBC UK, please click the following photo:
It's almost impossible to avoid the cloud now, because of the movement of commercial and government services to the web, the multiplication of computing devices and the rapid growth in smartphones. These different trends reinforce one another. To read the entire article courtesy of The Guardian; please click on the following picture: