Time to update your Chrome browser

Just a week ago, Google rolled out a step-by-step update of the Chrome Desktop browser that included a number of important security updates. In that update, the Chrome development team revealed that one of the vulnerabilities had been actively exploited in nature. When this happens, it is referred to as a Zero-Day exploit, as software developers were unaware of the …

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Amouranth, Indiefoxxx banned on Twitch

Two popular, albeit controversial, streamers were banned on Twitch today. Amouranth and Indiefoxx were both hit with bans from the streaming platform today, according to StreamerBan’s Twitter account, which tracks suspensions involving partners. As with every Twitch ban, the platform has not provided a reason or duration for the suspension. And while Amouranth did not explain it either, she took …

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Fixed calls are starting to arrive in Google Messages

Google has spent the last decade trying to get messages right, but it seems that the dedication to RCS is finally paying off. The Messages app has been doing really well lately, picking up end-to-end encryption and star messaging just this week. It seems that another long-awaited tool is finally coming to Google’s messaging service, as embarrassing conversations are shown …

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Final Fantasy VII Remake apparently on course for Epic Games Store

Alan Wake Remastered also discovered The PC version of Final Fantasy VII Remake seems like a matter of time. The question is, how much? As in, “how much longer?” And “how much money?” Database entries taken from EpicData, an unofficial data tracking of Epic Games, suggest Final Fantasy VII Remake comes to the Epic Games Store. The clues are hidden …

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Google may add Bluetooth recognition to the Find My Device service

Google may be working to expand the Find My Device Android feature to better align with Apple’s Find My Network features. Implementing an API breakdown of the latest release of Play Services, 9to5Google found evidence of an API called Spot. The socket activated the function to switch “Find my device network” to appear in the Android settings menu. As most …

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