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Google announced that it is temporarily pausing all upcoming Chrome and Chrome OS releases citing adjusted work schedules due to coronavirus.
According to a recent report, the European Union is planning to introduce its own "right to repair" bill for phones and tablets by 2021.
Microsoft revealed that they have inadvertently left 250+ million customer service and support requests exposed on several servers without password protection from Dec. 5 to Dec. 31, 2019.
More than 267 million Facebook user IDs, phone numbers, and names were exposed online and available for access without any security.
The Epilepsy Foundation becomes the victim of a dreadful attack aimed at causing its followers to suffer from seizures via Twitter.
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According to a recent report, Mozilla will soon launch its own ad-free News subscription service for a price of $5 per month.
Senior Trump officials have discussed the possibility of passing new legislation that could make it illegal for companies to offer end-to-end encryption through their services.
EA patched major vulnerabilities in their Origin game store that could allow hackers to hijack over 300 million Origin user accounts around the world.
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Valve has officially announced that it is dropping support for Ubuntu 19.10 and future releases, due to latter's decision to stop providing 32-bit packages in its archives.