Happy birthday to Wikipedia, happy birthday to Wikipedia, happy birthday to Wikipedia you barely look a day over 20 years old.
The folks over at GitHub would like you to know that they apologize “for firing Jewish employee who warned of Nazis in U.S. Capitol”
If you have been wondering “why CES 2021 was filled with business laptops and Chromebooks” there is a webpage for that:
Now hear this: analysts are saying that “Spotify’s multimillion-dollar bet on podcasting may not be working out”
WhatsApp is publicly saying that they have delayed “privacy update over user ‘confusion’”
There is now an “augmented-reality app” available that “wants you to ‘solve’ Jeffrey Epstein’s death”
Today’s data breach news includes this report that “Whatsapp Web messages, contact details leak on public search platforms”
Reports are in that Vietnam has given “Foxconn a unit licence for US$270 million plant to produce laptops, tablets” because why the heck not.
Here is a report on “all the data WhatsApp will soon collect on you and share with Facebook” and it is just like you suspected it would be:
This just in:
The “Windows Finger command” is being abused “by phishing to download malware” *
* This may also be the only chance you have today to say the phrase “Windows Finger command”
Here is a report on “how Google is building an internet without cookies” *
* with helpful picture of what a cookie may look like.
Waddle you say when you learn that last week “DuckDuckGo surpassed 100 million daily search queries for the first time”
The heir to Samsung has been convicted of bribery charges and “sentenced to two years and six months in prison by a high court in South Korea.”
There might be a market for used phones in Japan but you will probably have to first call your buddy who is an expert on used phones in Japan to see what they are worth:
“Xbox’s “instant on” feature”
“could consume 4 billion kWh by 2025”
Everything old is new again for extremists that have been blocked from social media.