Facebook loves to see what is working well elsewhere, then do the exact same thing for itself. Snapchat, in particular, has seen the biggest social networks borrow features and ideas, like Instagram stories, WhatsApp camera interfaces, profile sharing via QR codes and more. Facebook has also recently shown interest in getting into the newsletter game, developing its own tool while Twitter has purchased a newsletter service to bolster its own offering.
Now the social network is working on its own version of Clubhouse – the latest social app to grab the world’s attention. It’s an iOS audio chat app (invite-only, naturally) that exploded last week when Elon Musk stopped in for a conversation. Mark Zuckerberg also stepped in to discuss this recently – so his existence is clearly known to the company’s management circle. For now, the Facebook version is still in the early stages of development.
Facebook’s track record for borrowed ideas is mixed: For every Instagram Stories, there has been a Rooms, Poke, or Slingshot launch that has fallen by the wayside. If you want to know more about the Clubhouse, here is all you need to know.
And no, I don’t have an invitation for you yet.
– Mat Smith
The plot feels much closer to home now than it did when the first game debuted.
Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey are already familiar to HBO, Netflix, and Disney + subscribers, but now they’re going to appear together. They play Joel and Ellie (respectively) from Naughty Dog’s The last of us game, as they attempt to get Ellie safely through the zombie-infested quarantine zones of the post-apocalypse pandemic-ravaged United States.
The group used SIM-swaps to target sports stars, influencers and musicians.
Eight men have been arrested in the UK, according to Europol, after stealing more than $ 100 million in cryptocurrency. They were part of a larger gang that targeted high profile Americans, including sports stars, influencers and musicians as well as their family members.
They started by using SIM swap attacks to gain access to victims’ phone numbers and apps by changing their passwords. SIM swapping involves hackers taking control of a person’s phone number by disabling their SIM card and carrying the number to their own SIM card, making it the de facto access point for them. password changes. targeted phone service or through social engineering schemes, such as phishing.
If you are an incredibly wealthy celebrity, Europol advises you to keep your technological software up to date, limit your data sharing online, and use two-factor authentication when possible.
You can’t just mow down the PS5s forever.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Pokemon, McDonalds Happy Meals includes a pack of special Pokémon cards. There are over 50 to collect and each pack contains an exclusive holo card. Because we’re not allowed to do anything nice in this world, dealers are pumping eBay with lots of cards, including what appear to be giant boxes of card packs, which must have fallen out of a Mickey’s truck somewhere. D. These sell on eBay for $ 1000 or more. Individual packs often sell for at least $ 10. For context, a Happy Meal costs around $ 3, depending on its content.
It’s functional, but clunky.
We don’t know if Samsung is phasing out its Note series of phones – reports differ – but you’re unlikely to see a smartphone capable of holding a stylus this year.
So, for now, you can get a version of the S-Pen (with a case) specifically for the S21 Ultra to live that phablet life, if you want. Chris Velazco tried and it didn’t sell.
But wait, there is more …
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