A software bug happens because of an error, flaw or fault in its programming, that may have gone unnoticed by its creators.
What Facebook is known for, besides being the largest social media, is being a copycat.
In a world where things are digitalized, data comes in the form of bits and bytes, which apparently, make some of the things easy to manipulate.
Malware, is short for 'malicious software'. What it does, is maliciously affecting how system's behavior, altering what it should do, it order to benefit its creators.
The internet is a public space. To keep private things private in that common place, there needs to be some sorts of protection.
Text messaging was once the biggest source of income for telecommunication carriers. But with the internet, that is no longer the fact.
The AI field has developed very fast, and the hype seems to never fade.
It has long been known that Google has products that suffer from identity crisis, as their functions often overlap one another.
The internet allows people to communicate wherever they are, whenever they want. It's a place that any kind of information can spread.
Colors catch the eyes quickly, and Facebook that knows that very well, is improving its chat experience with theming.