Monthly Archives: November 2022

Dingtone app activates free calls to celebrate Thanksgiving

The popular phone service provider is launching free calls, texts and a free second phone number offer to help users connect with warm Thanksgiving calls and protect personal information during the shopping season. Dingtone, the leading cloud-based phone service provider, has launched a campaign to offer extra credits for free …

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What is Hive Social? App hits 2 million users as buzzing alternative to Twitter

Twitter users are buzzing on an alternative social network called Hive Social. Hive Social on Tuesday announced it gained 250,000 new users overnight as criticism and concerns over Twitter’s future have grown since Tesla CEO Elon Musk took over the platform. Musk recently attempted to charge “verified” accounts for blue …

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GhanaPay app makes no sense

In June of this year, the Bank of Ghana and the Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement System (GhIPSS) launched a new mobile application “GhanaPay” which was to integrate “GhanaPay” banking services. The app has been launched on iOS and Google Play Store. Archie HesseCEO of GhiPSS said the initiative was …

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Manatees are in danger and need protection – Sign the petition!

The Center for Biological Diversity, Harvard Animal Law & Policy Clinic, Miami Waterkeeper, Save the Manatee Club, and Frank S. González García today called on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to increase protection for West Indian manatees. The petition urges the Service to reclassify the species from threatened to …

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Why are website captchas vulnerable to cyberattacks?

CAPTCHAs and reCAPTCHA are common on all websites that require user interaction and the filling of online forms. Although they were a bit annoying at first, as CAPTCHA technology evolved into the Google reCAPTCHA standard, they became less numerous. The question on the table is, however, how safe are they? …

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Will Twitter crash? A look at the app’s current issues due to reduced monitoring

Will Twitter succeed next week as World Cup talk increases server demand? Right now, Twitter is operating with 36% of the staff it had before Elon Musk took over the app — perhaps even less given Musk’s last shots of its sales department. Twitter would have gone from 7,500 employees …

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No more unknown number..? New Truecaller app…?

No more unknown number..!? New Truecaller app…? As telecoms and PLATFORM wallets’ target=”_blank” title=”digital-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are just a click away, CLICK NOW”>digital services in India are growing day by day, provide secure services to people has become very important. Recently, Union Electronics and Information Technology Minister Ashwini Vaishnav …

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DDoS Attack Prevention and DDoS Protection Best Practices

Block infrastructure attacks and application attacks with DDoS and Threat Intelligence tools Easy to launch and often devastatingly effective, a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is one of the most common threats in today’s cybersecurity landscape. Simply put, a DDoS attack seeks to disrupt a target’s user connectivity or …

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Twitter users fear the website is coming to an end

Musk reportedly officially took over Twitter on October 27 amid ex-CEO layoffs Parag Agrawal and chief financial officer Ned Segal. Vijaya Gaddewho was head of legal policy, trust and safety at the social media company, was also fired, according to the washington post. The reported changes came hours before Musk’s …

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QP disrupts social networks with the world’s first social access application |

As Meta, Twitter, Snap and others sink under the advertising slowdown, QP is helping creators build sustainable subscription channels. PALO ALTO, Calif., November 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Quantum Pigeon, Inc., today announced the launch of the first and only social access application, QP. Having earned a solid reputation as a …

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QP disrupts social media with the world’s first social access app

As Meta, Twitter, Snap and others sink under the advertising slowdown, QP is helping creators build sustainable subscription channels. PALO ALTO, Calif., November 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Quantum Pigeon, Inc., today announced the launch of the first and only social access application, QP. Having earned a solid reputation as a …

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Hiya Launches First-Ever Customized Call Protection Solution to Stop Spam and Fraud

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hiya, the leading voice security platform, today announced that Personal AI, a powerful new capability to protect users from fraud and the annoyance of unwanted calls, is now available on the Hiya network. Personal AI augments Hiya Protect to be nearly twice as effective as other call protection solutions …

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Fido rebrands and launches a redesigned app

Fido has launched its new app and has been rebranded with new features and has a bold new pink look. The new Fido app is faster, easier to use and more secure. Customers will continue to enjoy instant access to cash to start a business, pay school fees, or simply …

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Twitter refugees seek asylum in Matt Hancock app • The Register

Think back to the Before Times and you might remember that Matt Hancock was not the disgraced UK Health Secretary, but the head of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. You may also remember that he took his portfolio so seriously that he had his own mobile application …

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“Polytherapeutic” tinnitus treatment app yields impressive results

The ringing and rushing noise of tinnitus is a complex condition. It is caused by a range of factors, so there is no known single treatment. But researchers are reporting great results with a combined treatment in a smartphone app. About 5% of people suffer from tinnitus at some point …

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The impact of Apple’s email privacy protection, a year later

On September 20, 2021, Apple changed the email marketing landscape forever with the launch of its Mail Privacy Protection (MPP) feature. MPP prevents senders from using web beacons to collect information about their recipients, key customer data such as open rates and location tracking in particular. This meant that email …

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Sensor Tower Reveals Increase in Mastodon App Downloads

To share Tweeter To share E-mail Since Elon Musk took over Twitter in October, there was a mass conversation about what this means for the future of social media platforms. market intelligence company Sensor Tower has tracked app downloads for the performance of Twitter and Mastodon over the past nine …

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12 Free Website Tools You Should Know | by Jerry Keszka | November 2022

Seizing the digital economy The internet is great for finding free resources. But finding the right ones can be tricky. That’s why I’ve listed 12 website tools you should know about! These websites offer tools and resources to help your business. From start-ups and small businesses to freelancers and solopreneurs, …

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How Google’s Latest Anti-Spam Update Could Hurt Your Music Website

For musicians, having an easily accessible website is crucial. However, Google has recently tightened its settings on what can be spam. Here’s how to make sure your website doesn’t get swept under the rug. by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0 Many musicians, artists, and songwriters rely on social media for …

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Wave of fraudulent emails sparks security concerns and new safeguards

Students in the North East have seen an increase in scam emails appearing in their school emails, which some say have been harder to spot due to similarities to legitimate college emails. As a result of the scams, all North East emails will receive an upgrade to make North East …

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Link Unshortener MacOS App 2022 REVIEW

link shortener 98% EXCELLENT Although the app doesn’t have a super sleek design, it is very functional and works well. With this kind of utility app, function is more important to me than design. There are only one-time charges for lifetime usage of the app. This is a great app …

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Spotlight on data protection and e-commerce law for hotels in Australia

All the questions Data and hotel technology i Privacy regulations in Australia Given the growing acceptance of data privacy as a right, it is imperative that hotel operators collecting data comply with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act) and the 13 Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) which accompany it when …

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Bitcoin 360 AI [Beware Website Alert]- Australia, New Zealand, UK and Canada app login and registration

Bitcoin 360 Ai app review, Australia: Cryptocurrencies are digital or virtual tokens that use cryptography to secure their transactions and control the creation of new units. These currencies are decentralized, which means that they are not subject to the control of the government or financial institutions. Bitcoin, the first and …

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How to download, create an account on iPhone, Android smartphone

Mastodon is an open-source microblogging site similar to the Discord app, a social media platform. Know how to download, create an account on iPhone, Android Smartphone. Mastodon App Latest Update: Tweets and toots currently co-exist in the social media sphere. As Elon Musk celebrates a record number of active users …

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KFC blames semi-automated bot for insensitive app alert on Kristallnacht

“KFC has apologized after sending a promotional message to customers in Germany urging them to commemorate Kristallnacht with cheese chicken,” reports the BBC. The series of Nazi attacks in the country in 1938 killed more than 90 people and destroyed Jewish-owned businesses and places of worship. It is widely regarded …

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FREE WEBINAR: A Musician’s Guide to Creating a Great Website

The popularity of social media platforms and the algorithms that surface your posts can change overnight. But a website will always be yours, and this free webinar presented by Bandsintown and Bandzoogle is designed to help you get the most out of it. Musician website platform BandzoogleRelationship Manager, David Cool …

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KFC inappropriate app alert, Twitter bankruptcy warning and more

Kentucky Fried Chicken Germany has apologized after sending a message telling customers to mark the Nazi Kristallnacht attacks on Jewish businesses and places of worship in 1938, according to a BBC report. “It’s Kristallnacht Remembrance Day!” Treat yourself with softer cheese on your crispy chicken. Now at KFCheese! the restaurant …

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Website scanner “Urlscan.io” sensitive private data leak

Positive Security researchers discovered a website scanner called “Urlscan” which unintentionally discloses URLs and sensitive data due to misconfiguration. It appears that a third party accidentally leaked the GitHub page URLs, and this incident occurred while a metadata scan was in progress. “This information could be used by spammers to …

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RA 11765 – Financial Products and Services Consumer Protection Act

The COVID pandemic has led to an unprecedented expansion of digital financial systems. At the height of the pandemic, quarantine measures were the strictest. The average Filipino couldn’t help but rely on delivery services that were booked online and more often than not also paid for online. The advent of …

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New Richmond Museum website offers videos and walking tours

The new Richmond Museum website was launched in September. Do you want to learn more about the history of Scotch Pond in Garry Point Park, visit the Nanaksar Gurdwara Gursikh Temple or learn more about spam? The Richmond Museum has launched a new website that offers virtual tours and informative …

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How Spike became the ultimate lifestyle communication app for Gen Z and influencers

The rise of influencers and Gen Z in the digital media ecosystem has completely upended communication patterns left and right. The urgent need for a complete overhaul is particularly evident in messaging applications with its traditional rigid structure of endlessly threading headers and signatures. Today, all unnecessary fluff is being …

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Twitter for iOS updated with $8 in-app purchase

Twitter’s Checkmark AppleInsider may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on our site. Twitter has started rolling out an update to its iOS app bringing Twitter Blue to $8, a feature that also gets users the infamous blue verification tick. Appearing in the App Store, …

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The One App You Should Change On Every Android Phone

People often neglect to change the phone app on their smartphones Getty There’s an app on every Android smartphone that most people never change, although there’s a much better option: the Phone app itself. Most people don’t realize that the app that handles phone calls can be changed like a …

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Several Twitter users unable to access website as Elon Musk set to begin mass layoffs today

New Delhi: On Friday morning, many Twitter users reported issues with the microblogging site. Many said they couldn’t log into the website. A pop-up saying “An error occurred, but don’t worry – try again” appears when the feed page first loads. “I can’t access twitter and I get an error …

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Rogue app developer remains on Google Play despite being repeatedly cited for malware

Google is still failing to prevent rogue apps from being listed on its App Store, but it seems some named developers aren’t even being kicked off the platform. Security software company Malwarebytes reported on Tuesday that four apps listed by developer Mobile apps Group contain well-known malware used to steal …

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Bitdefender Chat Protection protects users against cybercriminal activities targeting mobile devices

Bitdefender has unveiled real-time chat protection features for mobile instant messaging apps. Bitdefender Chat Protection immediately alerts users if malicious links are received or sent during live sessions on the world’s most popular chat apps, including WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Telegram and Discord. A true industry innovation, the new features help …

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UT students create new app to find local events – The Daily Texan

With a large number of UT events and parties each week, the crowding can be overwhelming. The students designed GroupMes, posters and social media accounts to share these gatherings, but math junior Johnson Dinh created Cove to group them together and make it easier to find events. Dinh designed Cove …

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Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover is pushing celebrities to quit the app

A few celebrities have announced their departure from Twitter following its acquisition by Elon Musk. Toni Braxton, Shonda Rhimes and others have said that due to the many changes in the app, they will be leaving the social media platform for good. “Don’t hang around for everything Elon has planned. …

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Malicious app developer stays on Google Play

Google was regularly notified of apps containing malware listed on the Play Store, but it consistently failed to catch previously identified malicious code.Photo: Eastern pop (Shutterstock) Google still fails to prevent malicious apps from being listed on its app store, but it seems that some developers who were cited are …

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Bitdefender launches industry-first chat protection feature for mobile instant messaging apps

New scam alert technology detects malicious links and warns users during conversations on WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Telegram and Discord BUCHAREST, Romania & SANTA CLARA, California, November 02, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Bitdefender, a global leader in cybersecurity, today unveiled the first real-time chat protection features for mobile instant messaging apps. Bitdefender Chat Protection …

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Coffee Briefing November 1, 2022 – App Store grossing $65 billion; Telus acquires WillowTree; PayPal launches Passkeys; and more

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC titles, interviews and podcasts. Today’s Coffee Briefing is brought to you by the IT World Canada Editorial Team! Did you miss last week’s Coffee Briefing? We have what you need. What’s new this week 2022 CS-Can/Info-Can Award Nominations The 2022 CS-Can/Info-Can …

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No, your website does not need 200,000 words to be considered authoritative by Google Search

Google’s John Mueller said a website doesn’t need to be 200,000 words to be considered authoritative. It comes after a Twitter thread said “You need about 200,000 words on your website to be considered authoritative by Google.” John replied, “I don’t know who came up with that 200,000 word number, …

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