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Why is there no app where you can follow party animals, concert snobs or conference butterflies for their curated suggestions of events? That’s the next phase of social calendar app IRL that’s launching today on iOS to help you make and discuss plans with friends or discover nearby happenings to fill out your schedule. The calendar, a historically dorky utility, seems like a strange way to start the next big social network. Many people, especially teens, either don’t use apps like Google Calendar, keep them professional or merely input plans made elsewhere. But by baking in an Explore tab of…

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SpyHunter je vrlo učinkovita aplikacija za uklanjanje malware programa s jednostavnim sučeljem laganim za korištenje. Ovaj program izvrstan je alat koji može poslužiti i korisnicima PC-ja kod kuće, kao i iskusnim stručnjacima za sigurnost i zaštitu na internetu. Može se koristiti za uklanjanje običnih spyware i ransomware parazita, adware programa, otimača preglednika i sličnih nepoželjnih programa. Danas se na tržištu mogu pronaći dvije različite verzije programa – besplatna SpyHunter Free i verzija SpyHunter Registered. Probna verzija ovog programa može se koristiti za skeniranje računala i otkrivanje malware programa te provjeravanje je li računalo zaraženo ili nije. Za uklanjanje detektiranih parazita,…

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Target Circle and TapHeaven announced they’re merging into a single company under the Target Circle brand. TapHeaven co-founder and CEO Chris Hoyt, who is becoming chief growth officer at the combined organization, said the two companies have been “trying to solve the same problem” — namely, eliminating many of the inefficiencies in the mobile advertising business. Hoyt said that for Target Circle, that meant trying to “unify this fragmented ecosystem into a single dashboard for contracts, invoices and offers.” And for TapHeaven, that meant a focus on automation, resulting in the launch of what the company calls a “command center” for…

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AT&T has cancelled early orders for the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Tom’s Guide first reported the cancellation, noting that AT&T said the Galaxy Fold would be available again to order as soon as Samsung announces a new launch date. AT&T is offering $100 in credit to those whose orders it has cancelled. The Samsung Galaxy Fold was originally scheduled to launch on April 26. However, early reviews indicated there were issues with the phone, which Samsung initially said was the fault of reviewers. The company eventually decided to postpone the launch and get back to the drawing board. Earlier this week,…

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Vesti, 13.06.2019, 09:30 AM Istraživači iz firme Alert Logic upozorili su na ranjivost koju su otkrili u popularnom WordPress Live Chat pluginu, koja bi, ako se iskoristi, mogla omogućiti udaljenim napadačima da ukradu razgovore ili manipulišu chat sesijama. Ranjivost, identifikovana kao CVE-2019-12498, nalazi se u “WP Live Chat Support” pluginu koji trenutno koristi više od 50000 firmi za pružanje korisničke podrške i razgovore sa posetiocima njihovih web sajtova. Istraživači kažu da potencijalni udaljeni napadač može iskoristiti ovu ranjivost u zlonamerne svrhe, uključujući: – krađu istorije razgovora za sve sesije, – izmenu ili brisanje istorije razgovora, – ubacivanje poruka u aktivnu…

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Microsoft’s Sunday E3 presser was all about the games. In fact, while the company did offer some information about hardware and services, the information all arrived fast and furious at the end of the conference. While it’s probably unsurprising that the company had very little to offer in the way of information about its upcoming 8K console, Project Scarlett, most of us expected Project xCloud to get a lot more face time onstage. The company powered through a whole lot of information about its upcoming streaming offering like it was going out of style (or, perhaps, like the lights were…

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NFC — the technology that helps power Apple Pay as well other clever features for iOS apps like Launch Center Pro’s tappable stickers — is getting a big upgrade with the launch of iOS 13, due out this fall. Instead of only allowing iPhone apps to read NFC tags, apps will be able to write directly to blank tags, as well as interact with tags through native protocols. This opens up a range of new application possibilities, Apple told attendees at its Worldwide Developer Conference last week, including the ability to create apps that read passports and contactless smart cards…

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Between xCloud, Stadia and a slew of subscription services, this year’s E3 marks a turning point for the industry Brian Heater @bheater / 2 weeks The future of gaming is streaming. If that wasn’t painfully obvious to you a week ago, it certainly ought to be now. Google got ahead of E3 late last week by finally shedding light on Stadia, a streaming service that promises a hardware agnostic gaming future. It’s still very early days, of course. We got a demo of the platform right around the time of its original announcement. But it was a controlled one —…

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Between xCloud, Stadia and a slew of subscription services, this year’s E3 marks a turning point for the industry Brian Heater @bheater / 2 weeks The future of gaming is streaming. If that wasn’t painfully obvious to you a week ago, it certainly ought to be now. Google got ahead of E3 late last week by finally shedding light on Stadia, a streaming service that promises a hardware agnostic gaming future. It’s still very early days, of course. We got a demo of the platform right around the time of its original announcement. But it was a controlled one —…

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Background noise on calls could be a thing of the past if Krisp has anything to do with it. The app, now available on Windows and Macs after a long beta, uses machine learning to silence the bustle of a home, shared office or coffee shop so your voice and the voices of others comes through clearly. I first encountered Krisp in prototype form when we were visiting UC Berkeley’s Skydeck accelerator, which ended up plugging $500,000 into the startup alongside a $1.5 million round from Sierra Ventures and Shanda Group. Like so many apps and services these days, Krisp…

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