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(Reuters) -President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that the number of cyber attacks on Russia by foreign "state structures" had increased several times over and that Russia must bolster its cyber defences by reducing the use of foreign software and hardware.
According to Snopes.com, claims began to spread around the Internet that the app was installing malware onto users’ devices.
KYIV (Reuters) - Belarus moved on Wednesday to make attempted acts of terrorism punishable by the death penalty after activists tried to sabotage parts of the railway network to make it harder for Russia to deploy forces into Ukraine for its invasion.
As individuals, we have limited ability to stop the prying. But we can take a few steps to reclaim small but significant chunks of privacy and send a signal to companies that we don’t like what they’re up to.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics' flagship Galaxy S22 smartphone has taken a battering from reports of hobbled performance and has seen carriers half its price at home in South Korea just weeks since its launch, hurting its image as an iPhone rival.
The writer Kay Rivera says Facebook's inability to moderate non-English content in the Philippines contributes to the volatility of the nation's political landscape.
The Chinese manufacturer Oppo has announced the launch of an application compatible with its latest models, designed to detect the presence of any hidden surveillance cameras in an enclosed space. This could come in handy when renting a home or a vacation property, for example.
With the help of its iPhones and iPads, as well as the Bluetooth and ultra-wideband radio standards, Apple has set up a worldwide network for locating its devices.
(Reuters) - Russia said on Monday it planned to attack Ukrainian arms factories in retaliation for what it said was a Ukrainian strike on the separatist-controlled city of Donetsk, and urged workers and local residents to stay away.