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Megan Bailey

Megan Bailey is a true journalist, but it wasn’t easy for her to find her true calling. She worked in a PC service all throughout her college and not she is using her hardware and software skills to write technology articles. The thing she loves most about her job is being able to keep tech lovers up to date with the recent trends.

BlackBerry Key2 Still Doesn’t Care about You Instagram Junkies

BlackBerry Key2

The upcoming BlackBerry Key 2 doesn’t care about funky camera filters, state-of-the-art camera lenses, and monster performance. Just like its predecessor, it places a heavy bet on security, productivity, and a beloved physical keyboard. Back in 2009, having a BlackBerry was a thing as the brand was quite mighty at the time. Over the years, the brand lost its appeal, ...

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Glitch Turns 14M Facebook Users’ Private Posts Public

Office worker checking Facebook

Facebook acknowledged Thursday that the private posts of around 14 million of its users turned public by default because of a strange bug. Millions of users that genuinely thought that they were sharing their thoughts just with their closest friends or family members are in for a big surprise. Facebook posts are usually set to private by default. However, a ...

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iPad Pro Not Really a ‘PC Replacement,’ Apple Exec Says

iPad Pro by the pool

Apple’s VP software Craig Federighi is not that sure that the iPad Pro or any other iPad could be “the ultimate PC replacement,” as the company claims. Federighi explained that the mobile devices are experimental, and a touchscreen on a MacBook is very fatiguing just like the iPad’s is. Apple’s tablets are excellent devices for watching videos, listening to music, ...

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Facebook Confirms Sharing Your Data with Chinese Device Makers

Huawei P8 phone

On Tuesday, Facebook confirmed that it has been sharing user data with four Chinese device makers, including Huawei and Lenovo. The U.S. firm promised to end the data sharing agreement with Huawei this week. U.S. intelligence agencies have warned against Huawei as its products may beam data about U.S. users back to China. Facebook has shared user data with Huawei, ...

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This Display Tech from Intel Could Keep Laptops Going for 28 Hours

MacBook laptop aoutdoors

A new display technology from Intel could enable the next generation laptops to have a 28-hour battery life. The new low-power displays use just one watt of power and can more than double the battery life of laptops. The tech was unveiled by the company at a tech conference in Taipei, Taiwan, Tuesday. Intel has partnered with Innolux and Sharp ...

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Why Did GitHub Pick Microsoft over Google?

GitHub mascot

On Monday, Microsoft confirmed that it has acquired the popular coding site GitHub for $7.5 billion. But the tech giant was not the only one that courted GitHub. Google wanted to buy the open-source platform as well. Sources familiar with the deal believe that the decision to choose Microsoft was spurred by the relationship between Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella and ...

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iOS 12 Could Bar Government from Cracking Your iPhone

iPhone 7

iOS 12 will include a feature that could bar the government from breaking into your iPhone or iPad. The new feature will prevent law enforcement’s USB accessories from pairing with an iPhone or iPad if the device had been locked for more than one hour. You can turn on the new feature under the Touch ID & Passcode setting. After ...

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Facebook Sharing Users’ Private Data with Apple, Samsung

Facebook app

The New York Times found that Facebook has handed users’ private data to 60 device makers over the last decade, including Samsung, Microsoft, and Apple. The data was given under agreements to exchange friend’s data, a practice that infringes the Federal Trade Commission’s 2011 rules. The Times found that Facebook gave user data to its “friends” without any explicit consent. ...

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World’s Most Popular Coding Site GitHub to Be Sold to Microsoft

Github logo

Microsoft is in talks with the world’s most beloved coding site GitHub for an acquisition, according to people familiar with the matter interviewed by Bloomberg and Business Insider. Neither outlet confirmed the news, but the two parties are expected to unveil the deal on June 4. Sources think that the tech giant could shell out $5 billion for the coding ...

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