Facebook Blacklists All Content That Mention ‘Stop the Steal’ Ahead of Inauguration Day
Facebook made an announcement on Monday that it is blacklisting any content that contains the phrase "stop the steal" ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's January 20 Inauguration Day.
Security Threat: Telegram ‘People Nearby’ Feature Could Let Hackers Know Your Exact Location, Researcher Says
Telegram launched a feature called 'People Nearby' for added functionality that might impose a potential threat, researcher says.
COVID-19 Vaccine Calculator: This Tool Can Help You Know When It's Your Turn to Get Vaccinated
As many people are still waiting for their chance to get the COVID-19 vaccine, a Toronto-based developer designed a calculator which can estimate when one can receive the immunization against the deadly virus.
Trump's Response to Permanent Account Suspension: Twitter Has Gone Further and Further in Banning Free Speech
President Donald Trump countered Twitter's action to permanently suspend his handle from its platform on Friday, denouncing the tech giant and saying it does not support free speech.
Flying Drones for Beginners: Guide to Getting the Best for your Money
Before rushing and getting the best drone for your money, some things should be necessary. This guide is about knowing the best drones for beginners to choose the best models in the market.
Apple's iPhone 13 Massive Upgrades Leaked
iPhone 13 leaks have already divulged innovative new upgrades, which may result in remorse from iPhone 12 owners for their purchase. Now, arguably, the largest upgrade has been confirmed.
Winter Driving: Driving Hazards to Watch Out for When out on the Cold Road
Winter driving has its own set of Cold Weather hazards that affect commercial and private vehicles. Here is how to handle these winter hazard successfully when encountered.
Iran Enriches Uranium by 20%, Siezes Foreign Oil Tanker
After seizing a South Korean-flagged oil tanker in the crucial Strait of Hormuz and enriching uranium up to 20% at an underground facility, Iran further escalated tensions in the Middle East between Tehran and the West on Monday.
Talkspace Acquires Lasting App
Living in the 21st century means having the opportunity to draw on an ever-expanding array of digital remedies to solve everyday problems. From simple tools like smartphone apps that track daily tasks to software suites that tackle the complex work of building businesses, online platforms have been developed to create an efficient solution to all of life's obstacles.
Car Care: Best Tips to Winterize Your Car for the Colder Months
Winterize your car before the colder months hit is the best way to keep any vehicle running in tip-top shape. All these best tips will maximize winterizing to a tee and give any car owner peace of mind.
Samsung, Xiaomi Remove Charger From Smartphones After Mocking Apple
After ridiculing Apple for no longer including a charger to their iPhones, Samsung and Xiaomi are following suit by removing the charging adapter from their upcoming smartphones.
Twitter Followers of US Government Would Not Be Transferred to Biden
Twitter accounts @POTUS, @WhiteHouse, or the other official presidential handles' followers would not be transferred on the day of the inauguration of President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. on January 20, 2021. This is in contrast to when President Trump was inaugurated in January 2017 when the official Twitter accounts were taken over by the Trump administration with their followers intact at the acknowledgment of the outgoing Obama government.
Holiday Tips: Common Winter Problems of Powered Gas Cars, Solutions
The cold weather is here and along comes a host of Winter Car Problems that are common. Knowing these car problems can help you cope with car care in one if the most tedious season of the year.
What to Know About Website Speed
If you have a WordPress website, speed is important but frequently overlooked. There are so many factors that can affect speed, from your choice of WordPress web hosting to your theme.
Suspected Russian Hack Against the US, Larger Than Expected
The level of a sophistication of the most recent cyberattack on the United States suspected to be a Russian hack that the government unearthed this week is much larger than first expected.