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John W Arthur

John is the head of our IT Security team and he writes about Security, IT news on The Next Digit. He was the Employee of the Year 2013 for his selfless support and efficiently setting up the whole security infrastructure. He also occasionally writes on "IT Sec Pro" Print Media of Sweden. All posts by John

Twitter rolls out a few more anti-harassment tools

Twitter has made a few changed in its algorithms to cut down the unwanted ongoing fight on its site. Thursday, Twitter has officially announced in its company blog post that, It is expanding its procedures to crack down those users who use the platform for harass/abuse others. Suppose, if a user’s personal information has been leaked into the web via ...

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Research: Pacific ocean is causing latest global warming to slow down

Researchers have announced that the man-made global warming over the past decade is getting slowed down and through a new research study, they have found out that the natural cycles in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, cools off the current earth environment. As a result of this, in future the global warming will become reversed and the temperature of the ...

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Magic Leap CEO: Microsoft’s HoloLens augmented reality will pose a health risk

Augmented Reality startup Magic Leap, is developing a product that is totally based upon the eye-brain system and in the meanwhile, its CEO is still comparing their device with Microsoft’s HoloLens. On Tuesday, Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovtz shared the information regarding the company’s secretive development, technology product on the Reddit AMA thread, i.e., Ask Me Anything thread. Abovtz shared ...

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Apple’s Electric Car Will Reportedly Hit The Road By 2020

A new sort of rumor has been leaked on the internet that Apple Inc is planning to build an electric car under the project “Titan”. A secret project has been experimenting by the Cupertino giant Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) and is being reported to produce an electric vehicle to hit the road by 2020. In the meantime, Apple has already been facing numerous ...

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