No software comes without flaws. But this particular flaw on Linux has been around for decades, persistently haunting the kernel.
For regular and most people, WhatsApp is a free messaging app. It's versatile, powerful, cross-platform, easy to use, unbiquitos, reliable and of course, encrypted.
Ads power free things on the web and mobile. And developers have been known to sometimes use malicious attempts to show those ads.
An application programming interface (API) allows developers create communications between multiple software, essentially extending its functionality.
Even the greatest writers can experience what's called the writer's block. When it happens, writers lose their ability to write, as their creativity slows down.
Human are social beings. Without counting some extreme cases, there is no way for a human to live without socializing.
Messaging apps are essentially mediums for communication. But things can go beyond that sometimes.
Hackers are always on the prowl looking for systems they can hack into. And state-sponsored hackers are those elites that sport more resources.
Conducting a business is never an easy thing to do. And if that business is an online business, it is competing in an even more unforgiving world.
On its Max virtual conference, Adobe announced updates to its products. From Photoshop to Illustrator and Premier Pro, many of the updates are powered by AI.