Twitter pauses plans to remove inactive accounts from its platform after concerns about the removal of accounts of the deceased.
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Twitter has started removing inactive accounts and will eventually open up the inactive usernames for everyone else.
It’s not just Outlook on the Web: Outlook.com, Microsoft’s consumer email service, is now a Progressive Web App (PWA) too.
The latest Twitter and Facebook breach was caused by two malicious SDKs that paid developers to secretly collect user data from the social networks.
Facebook launches a brand new market research app that pays users for answering surveys, and it's being very careful about how it collects and uses the data collected.
It’s finally happening: Microsoft’s web-based email app for commercial Office 365 customers is becoming a PWA.
Yep, it reads like an April Fools’ joke. But actor Ryan Reynolds has purchased an ownership stake in Mint Mobile.
Google quietly revealed this week that it will kill Cloud Print, a cloud-based printing solution that never exited beta.
One of the problems with G Suite is that users miss out on many features that consumer Google account holders get.
And so it begins: I’ve been wondering when Microsoft would turn Outlook.com into a real web app that can replace its desktop applications.
In the wake of news that Microsoft Teams now has over 20 million active daily users, Slack says it has greater engagement.
Qualcomm today said that it expects 5G handset sales to grow from 450 million units in 2021 to 750 million units in 2022.
Microsoft announced today that Teams now has over 20 million active users, a sharp rise from 13 million in July.
Microsoft's new Edge browser can now run natively on Windows on ARM devices, including the new Surface Pro X.
Brave offers many of the advantages of the new Microsoft Edge but it has even better tracking protection than Firefox.
The Google Stadia app can be downloaded now from the Google Play Store. But you need an invite code to use it now.
Microsoft has created a central repository for all of the keynote and session videos it recorded at its recent Ignite 2019 conference.
Instagram will start testing hiding likes in the United States with a small group of users sometime this week as it looks to promote better mental health.
Instead of just showing tweets from people you follow, Twitter will now let you follow certain topics/subjects that show tweets from people you don't follow.
WhatsApp is giving users more control over exactly who can add them to group chats so you no longer be added to spam groups by strangers.
The new Chromium-based version of Microsoft Edge will launch in January with some key features missing in action.
Facebook says roughly 100 of its "partners" were able to get unauthorised access to users' personal information from an error on its Groups API.
Microsoft Edge's new logo is now available in the Beta, Dev, and Canary channels, but you might have to wait for the new icon to show up in your taskbar.
Microsoft is adding a killer new feature to Excel that will be a lifesaver for new and novice Excel users who aren't familiar with all the formulas.
Dropbox launches Transfer to offer a send-it-and-forget-it solution where you simply upload files that you need to hand-off to someone else and forget about it.
Microsoft is introducing a brand new look for Outlook on the Mac, with new features and a faster syncing engine that brings it in line with the Outlook mobile apps.
Facebook has a brand new logo for the company. And no, there's no reason to freak out. Facebook, the app, will continue to have the iconic logo we have come to see for years.