Month: April 2021

Social media company Facebook suspended 16,000 accounts for selling or buying fake reviews of products and services on its platforms, after the Britain’s competition watchdog intervened for the second time, the regulator said. US-based Facebook also made further changes to detect, remove, and prevent paid content which could mislead users on its platforms, including popular
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E3 2021 will be held from June 12 to June 15. The organisers, Entertainment Software Association (ESA), has announced that it is going to conduct the gaming expo online for this year’s edition. The confirmed developers’ lineup includes Capcom, Konami, Nintendo, Take-Two Interactive, Ubisoft, Warner Bros. Games, and Xbox. Notably, Sony hasn’t announced its participation
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Samsung Electronics on Wednesday said first-quarter profit likely rose 44 percent, with analysts attributing the surge to brisk sales of smartphones and TVs, albeit tempered by a likely fall in chip earnings after a storm halted US output. The South Korean technology giant forecast January-March operating profit of SKW 9.3 trillion (roughly Rs. 61,940 crores), matching
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Nefarious actors are reportedly selling the spoils from a LinkedIn scraping operation that nabbed data from some 500 million profiles, though the company claims the archive contains only public-facing information. A report from Cyber News earlier this week revealed the existence of a massive store of LinkedIn user data that is apparently being sold through
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DisplayPort 2.0 is the first major update to the protocol for many years. It promises faster data transmission, increased video resolution, and support for advanced display configurations. So, what is DisplayPort 2, what are its benefits and features, and what makes it better than DisplayPort 1.4a? Read on to find out answers to all these
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