Relax, everyone: 2016 is almost over. It’s been quite a year in tech, one that saw exploding smartphones, several lawsuits, and some really juicy scandals. Startups have crumbled and been reborn, many millions of dollars have been lost and gained, and quite a few of us had to change our passwords. It’s doubtful that 2017 […]Read More Year in Review: Biggest Tech Scandals in 2016
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has given a sneak peek into Jarvis, the Iron Man inspired artificial intelligence personal assistant he has been building this year. He called the efforts a personal challenge he had undertaken in 2016 to help him “to learn about the state of artificial intelligence — where we’re further along […]Read More Meet Jarvis: Mark Zuckerberg’s Personal Assistant!
WhatsApp has said that its messaging app will cease to work on older phones and operating systems as early as the end of this year. The announcement comes after a warning earlier this year that the Facebook-owned company would be pulling support for older models, and that the deadline to upgrade was fast approaching. The same blog […]Read More WhatsApp to stop working on some devices by the end of 2016 – find out if your model is affected
Which one do you use, Google.com or ɢoogle.com? Be careful about the capital G, which is not the same, as you have probably noticed because it makes a great difference. Namely, one new trickery has been added to a long list of such and similar scams most of us have encountered at some point. […]Read More Be aware Google.com is different than ɢoogle.com!
Facebook-owned WhatsApp announced yesterday that it had begun rolling out video calling to the more than one billion users it claims across iOS, Android and Windows Phone platforms around the world. According to TechCrunch, video calls on WhatsApp are end-to-end encrypted just like with FaceTime in order to prevent rogue parties from eavesdropping on your […]Read More WhatsApp Video Calling is now Official, Here’s how it works!