Android Smartphone
FTC May Target Google and Facebook’s Data and Algorithms

The Federal Trade Commission may target Google and Facebook’s data, and the algorithms they rely on, as part of a larger antitrust crackdown.

Mozilla Firefox
Firefox 90 Ends FTP Support

Mozilla has ended support for FTP in Firefox 90, citing security concerns with the aging protocol.

macOS Big Sur
Macs Could Gain Face ID in a ‘Couple of Years’

A new report says Apple’s Mac computers could gain Face ID “within a couple of years.”

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Major Websites Flooded With Hardcore Porn

Major websites, including The Washington Post, New York Magazineand the Huffington Posthave been flooded with hardcore porn.

Windows 11
Windows 11 Will Ship With Light Mode on by Default, Not Dark Mode

Despite an announcement to the contrary, Windows 11 will ship with the more traditional light mode activated by default.

iPhone 11 Pro
LG Poised to Sell Apple iPhones In Its Stores

After exiting the smartphone market, LG is burying the hatchet with its one-time rival Apple and will sell iPhone in its stores.

Android Smartphone
Android Messages Will Be Default Verizon Messaging App Next Year

Verizon has announced it will begin preloading Android messages as the default messaging app on its Android phones starting next year.

Microsoft Edge
Microsoft Killing Auto-Play Web Videos In Edge Update

Microsoft is putting auto-play web videos in its crosshairs, turning off the feature by default in an upcoming Edge update.

Windows 10
Microsoft Releases Latest Windows 10 Feature Update

Despite unveiling Windows 11, Microsoft has just released an update to its predecessor, in the form of Windows 10 21H2.

Xiaomi Note 10
Xiaomi Leapfrogs Apple to Become Number Two Smartphone Vendor

Xiaomi has become the world’s number two smartphone maker for the first time ever, dropping Apple to third place.