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Google+ to shut down sooner

Google+ to shut down sooner

Google has revealed that it has discovered yet another bug in its Google+ API that may have impacted approximately 52.5 million users. The company said that the discovery of the new bug changes its op... Read more

30 years of imprisonment for Huawei CFO, if found guilty

30 years of imprisonment for Huawei CFO, if found guilty

Huawei’s CFO Meng Wanzhou who was arrested in Vancouver, Canada is accused of fraud with a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison. The CFO was arrested for covering up violations of sanctions on ... Read more

NYPD police officers are now armed with a fleet of drones

NYPD police officers are now armed with a fleet of drones

The nation’s largest police force, the New York Police Department (NYPD), has unveiled a fleet of drones to help monitor the city. The arsenal of 14 drones acquired by NYPD will be used in hosta... Read more

Microsoft has a new contract for HoloLens

Microsoft has a new contract for HoloLens

The Army division of the US Military has made a new contract with Microsoft. This time, it's for the tech giant's augmented reality headsets: the HoloLens. The deal is priced at $480 million for Micro... Read more

AWS Security Hub launched at AWS re:Invent

AWS Security Hub launched at AWS re:Invent

There were several exciting rollouts at the AWS re:Invent yesterday. Among these was the new Security Hub that will give AWS users a comprehensive view of their “high-profile security alerts&rdq... Read more

Google announces support to the EU during parliamentary elections

Google announces support to the EU during parliamentary elections

In an attempt to crack down on “dark adverts” and to help ensure political transparency, Google announced plans to launch a set of tools ahead of European Parliament Election next May. Goo... Read more

Facebook will appeal against the Cambridge Analytica fine calling it “unjustified”

Facebook will appeal against the Cambridge Analytica fine calling it “unjustified”

Facebook to appeal against a fine levied against it by the U.K.’s ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) over the Cambridge Analytica Scandal. Facebook had until Wednesday to launch an ap... Read more