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Canada’s coronavirus economic aid package delayed

Trudeau said the controversial clause in the bill would be nixed, but continued to press for capabilities to respond quickly to new developments in the spread of the virus.

‘WhatsApp from Facebook’ arrives for new users in 2020

"The first reason that I'm excited about this is moving more to end-to-end encryption by default in more of our products. People really like this in WhatsApp."

44 million Microsoft customers using leaked passwords

The Microsoft identity threat research team regularly checks billions of credentials obtained from different breaches to look for compromised credentials in the Microsoft systems.

Tech giants muscle their way into hoarding your personal data

Social media companies are busy decoding what their users think, see, feel and react to as they pour out emotions on these platforms, and later feed potential advertisers.

How has war affected Syria’s oil and gas sector?

The Syrian government turned to ally Iran, who opened up a credit line to supply it with oil.

No special treatment: Fake video of Zuckerberg stays on Instagram

"We will treat this content the same way we treat all misinformation on Instagram," said an Instagram spokesperson.

1mn computers still vulnerable to Microsoft bug

The bug is a "critical" vulnerability that affects computers running Windows XP, Windows 7 and server operating systems.

Apple app developers, many from India, earned $20 bn in 2016

According to an Apple India spokesperson, app developers from India are now creating amazing apps for its platform.

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