A Chinese teacher admits to stealing US technology for Huawei

Huawei continues to have problems in the US, after a university professor admitted that he stole American technology to help the Chinese company. Bo Mao, a professor at Xiamen University…

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NightWare App For Apple Watch Received FDA Approval

An app tailored for Apple Watch devices received the official approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a means of combatting nightmares related to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)….

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Apple Releases iOS 14.2 – New Updated Changelog

For those of you waiting for the iOS 14.2 update, we have great news! Apple finally released it, and the users will get new features, fixes, as well as more…

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Google Play Store Error Codes and Their Solutions

Few things can be as frustrating as something that is supposed to ease your life and doesn’t do so. On the contrary. Such as your smartphone. You’d expect everything to…

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Fake version of Zoom seek to steal data

The growing popularity of the Zoom video call service during the Covid-19 crisis did not go unnoticed by hackers. As with any product and application that has enjoyed tremendous success,…

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Apple says it’s lost money on repairs over the last decade

Accused of making repairs to its devices difficult or inaccessible, Apple says their repair service actually runs on a deficit, implying that it does not act in this way to…

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Words With Friends player data allegedly stolen for 218 million users

A known hacker claims to have obtained names, email addresses, encrypted passwords, phone numbers, and Facebook IDs from 218 million players of Words With Friends, a popular game of letters…

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We are all mutants, but some more than others

All babies are born with genetic mutations different from those of their parents, but some have more than others, show the work of American geneticists. At birth, newborns typically have…

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Facial recognition must be regulated, experts say

The use of facial recognition raises many ethical questions and there is urgent need to legislate to frame it to protect the public, say researchers at the AI ​​Now Institute…

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Tea bags pour billions of microplastics per cup

The satin plastic tea bags of some high-end teas pour billions of microplastic particles per cup, according to a study released Wednesday. According to the McGill University study in Montreal,…

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