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    Remote working ‘increasing risk’ of breaches

    The recent rise in employees working from home is causing a huge number of potential security risks to businesses, new research has claimed. A report from security firm Centrify has revealed that nearly three-quarters (71 percent) of UK businesses think that home working is putting their organisations at risk. Nearly…

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      WhatsApp imposes even stricter limits on message forwarding

      At a time people are more reliant on messaging platforms than ever before, WhatsApp has introduced new measures in a bid to limit the spread of fake news. If you receive a frequently forwarded message – one that’s been forwarded more than five times… Source

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        All Microsoft events will be digital-only until July 2021

        Microsoft is planning to make all of its internal and external events digital-only until July 2021 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The software maker had already revealed Build 2020, due to be held in Seattle in May, would transform into a digital event. This digital-only focus is now extending…

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          Tiger King will live on in a ‘sequel’ series – but not on Netflix

          American network Investigation Discovery is preparing a follow-up series to the Netflix smash documentary series Tiger King, called The Strange World of Joe Exotic. According to Deadline, the show will ask “questions such as whether Carole Baskin was a selfless protector of animals or whether she orchestrated the disappearance of…

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            Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 may offer cheaper variant than the first gen folding phone

            Samsung’s third folding phone is expected to be the Galaxy Fold 2, and a new report suggests you may be able to get a cheaper variant, as it will apparently come in multiple storage sizes. According to SamMobile – a Samsung blog that we’ve seen leak accurate information in the…

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              Hinge will let people tap a button to say they’re ready for a video call date

              A pandemic has taken over the world, but people are still dating. Today, Hinge is launching a new feature, called Date from Home, that the team thinks will make it easier to transition the texting chat into a video call. From a chat, daters can tap whether they’re ready to…

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