Read This And Double Check Your Google Calendar Settings

“Google Calendar powers a lot of regular schedules. The desktop, mobile, and even voice-assisted versions are at the center of daily planning and overall productivity. There is a certain expectation that your schedule belongs to you, that it is private.”

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‘Unpatchable’ iOS exploit may bring permanent iPhone jailbreak – 9to5Mac

“Jailbreaks have decreased over the last few years. However, last month a mistake by Apple saw a jailbreak for modern iPhones released but it was quickly patched.”

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Popular Ad Blockers AdBlock and uBlocker Deemed ‘Fake’

“The team behind AdGuard, a real ad-block extension for browsers, reported in a blog post this week that two popular ad blocking extensions found on the Google Chrome Web Store are, in fact, completely fake, despite being used by millions of users. The two extensions, called AdBlock by AdBlock Inc.”

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Microsoft’s first PowerToys for Windows 10 now available to download

“Microsoft revealed earlier this year that PowerToys were coming back to Windows 10. PowerToys used to be useful little utilities that would let you further customize Windows, and now Microsoft is releasing two new utilities for Windows 10 under the PowerToys brand.”

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Firefox Plans Controversial New Encryption Setting For Millions, And Update Starts This Month

“The company assured in its blogpost that “most of our users will benefit from the greater protections of encrypted DNS traffic,” but there was also a recognition at some of the backlash against the new technology.”

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Google is rolling out RCS messaging without waiting for carriers – here’s what that means

“Almost two years after showing off the first glimpse of  its Rich Communication Services (RCS), Google is rolling it out without waiting for carrier support.”

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You Can Finally See All Of The Info Facebook Collected About You From Other Websites

“Users will now be able to see the reach of Facebook’s tracking outside of the social network through a new tool called “Off-Facebook Activity,” which Mark Zuckerberg announced as “Clear History” more than a year ago.”

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Google Confirms Password Replacement For 1.7 Billion Android Users, Starting Now

“Google has announced that it is to start replacing passwords as a method of verifying identity online for Android users.”

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Microsoft Issues Warning For 800M Windows 10 Users

“Windows 10 is in a rut. The platform has been hit with multiple problems in recent weeks and partners have been making things even worse. But now an important new Windows 10 warning (and the failure behind it) falls squarely on Microsoft’s shoulders.”

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Microsoft Your Phone app now lets you see all your Android notifications on PC

“Microsoft’s Your Phone app has been available on Windows 10 for a while, doing a solid job of enabling cross-platform connectivity between Android phones and your PC.”

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