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Keepsafe announces new app for private browsing on Android and iOS

Privacy issues continue to hog the headlines in light of the Facebook data scandal and the recent enforcement of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. To help protect your privacy while browsing the web, Keepsafe has introduced its new eponymous browser for iOS and Android devices. At its core, …

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Google adds teacher approved app recommendations to Family Link

Discovering which apps are OK for your kids to use is often a trial-and-error process. Usually, it requires reading through reviews, installing the app, trying it out yourself, and then you decide if it is something your child needs or would benefit from. Read also: Hands-on with Google Family Link …

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We tried out Apple Memoji on iOS 12. They’re already pretty great

Even Tim Cook has made a Memoji.  James Martin/CNET Everyone’s making avatars now: Nintendo started it with its Mii in 2006, on the wildly popular Wii console. Microsoft quickly “borrowed” that idea for Xbox Avatars. Bitmoji — first an independent company, later purchased by Snap — popularized the personalized emojis …

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WWDC 2018: 9 features I want to see in iOS 12

Video: iPhone lovers are desperate for changes. Here’s a wish list Apple has invited members of the press to the opening keynote for its Worldwide Developer Conference. It will take place on June 4 at 10am PST/1pm EST. During the keynote, Apple typically shows off the next version of its …

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iOS 12: Geeky features iOS needs

If June is for Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), then May is for stories speculating about what will be announced at WWDC. My favorite genre of these stories is the iOS feature wish list, which Macworld has been publishing since… well, since before it was even called iOS. Yes, …

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iPhone users hit with iOS iMessage emoji bug

iOS users, brace yourself for yet another bug that pranksters and other ne’er-do-wells can use to crash your iPhone and make life miserable. See also : Don’t buy these Apple products (May 2018 edition) This latest bug involves sending a text string containing the black dot emoji to the victim …

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Google Pay now supports desktop browsers, iOS devices

Google Pay is the company’s rebranded payment platform, unifying all Google’s major payment solutions under one brand. The firm has taken a major step towards seamless integration this week, as Google Pay is coming to desktop and iOS. Gerardo Capiel, product management director of consumer payments, announced the news in …

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