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You can now share WhatsApp Status updates as Facebook Stories
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You can now share WhatsApp Status updates as Facebook Stories

After months of beta testing, WhatsApp has released the ability to let users share their statuses to Facebook.
Hackers can break into iOS 13, access contacts: Here's how
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Hackers can break into iOS 13, access contacts: Here's how

In a matter of days, Apple will release the stable version of iOS 13 to the public.
Samsung asks entrepreneur to remove smart-vibrator from women's event, apologizes
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Samsung asks entrepreneur to remove smart-vibrator from women's event, apologizes

At a recent women-in-tech event in San Francisco, an entrepreneur was asked to hide her product, a smart vibrator, from display.
Huawei's next flagship, Mate 30, won't come with Google apps
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Huawei's next flagship, Mate 30, won't come with Google apps

In a matter of weeks, Huawei is expected to launch its new flagship devices, Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro, with some incredible capabilities.
Instagram building new 'Threads' app to take on Snapchat
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Instagram building new 'Threads' app to take on Snapchat

Once again, Facebook is mimicking Snapchat to improve its own product.
Why is LGBTQ community suing YouTube, Google
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Why is LGBTQ community suing YouTube, Google

Several LGBTQ YouTubers are suing the video-sharing platform and its parent company Google for allegedly discriminating against their LGBTQ-themed videos.
Apple iPhone 11 could be launched on September 10
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Apple iPhone 11 could be launched on September 10

Apple's upcoming iPhones are expected to offer some breathtaking capabilities, and now, we know when they might be unveiled.
Like people, Twitter will let you follow topics of interest
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Like people, Twitter will let you follow topics of interest

In a bid to attract new users and retain old ones, Twitter is testing a new capability, an option to follow topics.
Hackers can lock your DSLR photos with ransomware: Here's how
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Hackers can lock your DSLR photos with ransomware: Here's how

Even with advanced security protocols, ransomware attacks are happening all over the world, locking personal computers as well as government/hospital workstations.

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