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Around 773 million unique email addresses and 21 million unique passwords were available on the Mega Cloud service, claims security researcher Troy Hunt, adding that the massive data has since been removed from the platform.
This time next year, Microsoft will no longer be supporting Windows 7, which according to analytics company Net Applications is still installed on 42.8% of PCs.
Popular messaging service WhatsApp is reportedly testing fingerprint lock on the app.
Microsoft Bing not only makes it easy for people to search for child pornography, it also suggests related terms and keywords to look for more of such imagery, TechCrunch claims.
When Apple released its Live Listen feature, it was meant to assist those with hearing impairment to hear better. Now, as some Reddit and Twitter users have shared, it is possibly being used to eavesdrop on private conversations.
Popular messaging app Snapchat has finally introduced end-to-end encryption to its services in a bid to prevent videos and photos shared between its users from being intercepted.
Privacy International, a Britain-based organisation that promotes and defends the right to privacy worldwide, released a study which claims that Facebook collected data on users who don’t even own Facebook accounts.
Google had many new exciting announcements regarding its Assistant at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show 2019 in Las Vegas, United States.
Honor Malaysia has launched its first budget smartphone for the year – the Honor 10 Lite – which runs on a Kirin 710 octa-core processor, and has 3GB RAM and 32GB/ 64GB storage that’s expandable up to 512GB.
Facebook is reportedly ready to introduce a dark mode to its Messenger app, making it the latest social media platform to follow the trend after Twitter and Reddit announced their versions earlier.