The smartphone industry is an unforgiving warzone. It's a prime example of the modern "survival of the fittest" phrase.
Big tech companies have their own strategies to keep users entertained, happy, safe, and in the case of Apple, also keeping users locked-in.
When there are leaders, there will be followers. That is especially true, especially when Facebook is around.
Humans are curious creatures. And one malware is taking advantage of that fact.
In the fast-moving world of tech, updates and upgrades are necessary. The sooner and the more frequent they are released, the better.
It's no surprise that developers of software collect data from their users for various reasons. Google and Apple do this too.
It was in a not-so-distant past that Yahoo! conquered the internet.
Digital assistants have came a long way, before arriving to mobile devices, smart home appliances and car infotainment systems.
Computers don't have emotions. What they can, is to only imitate or mimic them.
Copying things from others is never a sin. That at least according to Facebook. And that rule applies to all of its properties.