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Google Photos will not backup your social media data by default

Google will no longer be backing up data from social media applications automatically. While the decision appears to be temporary, the compa...[Read More]

New trick used by malware to slip into the official Android app store

ESET researchers discovered an extremely stealthy technique that allowed Android malware to stay under the radar. Analyzing the DEFENSOR ID ...[Read More]

Flaws in Apple’s privacy tool could enable tracking

Amer Owaida, Security Writer at ESET discusses that the Apple’s browser, Safari’s anti-tracking tool contains certain flaws that it co...[Read More]

Google enriches its products with Arabic

Google at its largest event in the region announced several new features on Google Search, the launch of Google Assistant in 15 new countrie...[Read More]

Fitbit to be acquired by Google

Fitbit announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by Google for approximately $2.1 billion.

Samsung partners with YouTube to offer unmatched viewing and listening experience

Samsung Gulf Electronics has partnered with YouTube to offer up to four months of free, uninterrupted, ad-free access to YouTube Premium and...[Read More]

Acer unveiles four new Chromebooks

Acer has unveiled four new Chromebooks that provide the performance, portability and battery life today’s families, students and small busin...[Read More]

snakebyte getting ready for Google Stadia

snakebyte group, leading innovators of consumer electronics hardware, announced today their intension to have a range of gaming controllers ...[Read More]

Google Stadia to go live in November 2019

Google announced the availability of its cloud based game streaming service, Stadia from November 2019 in 14 countries and several more coun...[Read More]

5 ways AI can make your Ramadan more efficient

It’s that time of the year again when you want to make the most of the holy month. This is a great time to nourish your body, your soul, and...[Read More]

Google to cut ties with Huawei

In what could have major technological implications, Internet giant Google has said it is cutting ties with China-based Huawei, in the wake ...[Read More]