Many companies and businesses around the world are impacted in a bad way by the novel 'COVID-19' coronavirus pandemic. The same goes to those on the web.
Images speak more than words. For reasons, they can in certain times convey human expressions much better than when their are written.
The novel 'COVID-19' coronavirus has forced governments around the world to implement social distancing for its citizens.
With more people communicate digitally, there is no saying how many of the data is sensitive and can be leaked to third-parties.
It has been for a long time that online services, including social media, rely on the number of users and users' time spent on their services as the milestone of success.
Mobile app stores allow developers to create apps, monetize and change how the ecosystem works. But not all developers are good, as some have malicious intentions.
Smartphones are packed with a lot of sensors, and one of the most notable, is the GPS sensor.
The popular software hosting and collaboration platform GitHub has made some of its core premium features available for free for everyone.
The internet is never a safe place to be. This is why users need to implement security practices to prevent bad things from happening to them.
Instagram announced that it is rolling out its DM feature for users on desktop.