With people's personal data leaking all over the place, due to hacks or unintentionally, there should be something to prevent or at least limit such incidents from happening.
A picture is worth a thousand words. This is why people append more and more images, especially on Twitter, where tweets have a character limit.
Not many people know that the 'nofollow' tag was first announced back in 2005. Almost a decade and a half later, in 2019, Google is evolving it.
Mozilla is an advocate of privacy. And this is can be seen in its approach when developing new features on the Mozilla web browser.
Google Play Store boasts protections that come from Google itself, powered by one of the most powerful AIs and search capabilities unmatched by others.
Google Docs is a word processor included as part of Google's web-based software office suite within its Google Drive service.
When someone is given privacy, that person expects a place where he/she can do something in private. That is not the case on Instagram.
A change is a must, especially in terms of web technology, where trends, requirements and needs evolve very fast.
The iPhone maker Apple is one big company willing to do just about anything to defend its brand.
Blockchain, secrecy and encryption have things in common. This is why Telegram, the messaging app with more than 350 million users, is interested in the technology.