Apple made changes to App Store rules to allow retro game emulators

On Friday, Apple introduced significant updates to its App Store regulations, notably permitting the global distribution of emulators for retro console games, accompanied by the option for downloading associated titles. Nonetheless, the tech giant emphasized that developers bear the responsibility o

AT&T Resets Millions of Customer Passcodes After Data Leak: What You Need to Know

AT&T recently confirmed a significant data breach affecting over 7.6 million current customers and 65 million former customers. The leaked information, which dates back to 2019 or earlier, includes personal details like names, addresses, phone numbers, and social security numbers. Fortunately, f

Apple sues former iOS engineer for allegedly leaking confidential product details

Apple has taken legal action against a former employee, Andrew Aude, for allegedly leaking confidential information to journalists and employees of other companies. The lawsuit, filed in California state court, accuses Aude of divulging undisclosed details about Apple's Journal app, the development

NYC will be testing AI gun detectors on the subway

New York City is set to launch a trial of technology utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) to detect guns at subway turnstiles, announced Mayor Eric Adams on Thursday. This initiative follows a recent incident at a Brooklyn subway station where a man was shot with his own firearm during an altercat

Sam Bankman-Fried sentenced to 25 years in jail for FTX fraud

FTX co-founder Sam Bankman-Fried has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for his involvement in seven counts of conspiracy and fraud related to the collapse of the cryptocurrency exchange he established. The judge handed down a sentence of 240 months for four charges and 60 months for two others, a

Telegram is getting banned in Spain

Starting from Monday, the messaging app Telegram will be temporarily suspended in Spain due to concerns raised by media companies. This decision comes from Judge Santiago Pedraz of the Audencia Nacional, a court that handles important cases.Several media companies, such as Atresmedia, EGEDA, Mediase

Taiwan declares TikTok national secuirty threats

    According to a report by the Central News Agency Taiwan, Taiwan has officially labeled TikTok as a significant threat to national security, following in the footsteps of the United States, which recently passed a bill aimed at banning the Chinese-owned social media platform.Audrey

Spotify testing music videos on some countries

Spotify is stepping up its game by introducing music videos to its mobile and desktop apps in certain countries. This new feature seamlessly integrates music videos with the platform's extensive music library, allowing users to switch between audio and video content effortlessly.As of now, this upda

Safeguarding Internet Privacy: Supreme Court of Canada Upholds Protection of IP Addresses

In a recent ruling, the Supreme Court of Canada affirmed the significance of privacy rights concerning internet addresses. The court declared that police cannot simply obtain a suspect’s IP address without a court order, emphasizing the expectation of privacy that Canadian residents hold for such