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Kaspersky announced the creation of the new smartphones with protection from hackers – E Hacking News

A smartphone with a secure Kaspersky will have minimal functionality, said the head of Kaspersky Lab, Eugene Kaspersky. According to him, it will have its own basic applications and browser, but the smartphone has other tasks, it's security."There will be minimal functionality, but don't wait for beauty, both Android and iOS, this smartphone will perform other special tasks,"...

Facebook is now officially too powerful, says the US government

What happened: The US Federal Trade Commission has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Facebook for its “anticompetitive conduct and unfair methods of competition.” That includes its 2012 acquisition of Instagram and 2014 acquisition of WhatsApp. Facebook, the FTC alleges, has a monopoly on social networking.   “Since toppling early rival MySpace and achieving monopoly power, Facebook has turned...

Increased social media use linked to developing depression, research finds

IMAGE: Brian Primack, University of Arkansas view more  Credit: University of Arkansas Young adults who increased their use of social media were significantly more likely to develop depression within six months, according to a new...

Bulls snatch back control as volume spike places Bitcoin price above $18.5K

Bitcoin's (BTC) sharp correction to $17,650 came as no surprise to investors and many expected the digital asset to fall as low as $16,000. Thus, the quick recovery back to $18,600 is intriguing and it bolsters the popular belief that retail and institutional investors are keen to purchase every BTC dip. Although the possibility of another drop remains,...

Vishing criminals let rip with two scams at once – Naked Security

Phone scams, where a person or a computer calls you up and tries to trick you into saying, buying or doing something you later regret, are still a prevalent sort of cybercrime. We’ve certainly had our fair share of them recently, sometimes clocking up several fake calls a day. (We can’t tell whether that’s because we recently got a new...

SpaceX’s Starship has flown a record 12.5 km into the air

This is the company’s eighth prototype of Starship (dubbed SN8). It flew substantially higher than the 150 meter “hop” the fifth iteration made in August and the sixth made in September—each with only one engine. (SN7 didn't fly; it was exploded deliberately as part of a pressure test.) SpaceX founder Elon Musk had previously estimated only a...

The Smoking Gun in the Facebook Antitrust Case

Last year saw a conceptual breakthrough on that front. In a paper titled “The Antitrust Case Against Facebook,” the legal scholar Dina Srinivasan argued that Facebook’s takeover of the social networking market has inflicted a very specific harm on consumers: It has forced them to accept ever worse privacy settings. Facebook, Srinivasan pointed out, began its existence in...

COVID-19 Vaccine Cyberattacks Steal Credentials, Spread Zebrocy Malware

Cybercriminals are leveraging the recent rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines globally in various cyberattacks - from stealing email passwords to distributing the Zebrocy malware. Source link

This is what NASA wants to do when it gets to the moon

Water We know the moon has water—tons of it. Future lunar colonists could use this water to make breathable oxygen, drinkable water, and perhaps most important, rocket fuel. And we should be able to access it much more easily than we previously thought.  Artemis III should offer our first chance to study the moon’s water content...
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