Day: January 27, 2019

Now we know why WhatsApp’s founders quit, and it’s not good news!

Last year WhatsApp founder Jan Koum suddenly resigned from his position at Facebook, reportedly over privacy issues. Today, in a report from the New York Times, the other shoe dropped, as it was revealed that Facebook plans to integrate Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp in one unifying system using the same protocol

Bayern Munich ready to break club transfer record to sign Hudson-Odoi

Bayern Munich are reportedly set to make a new €45m bid for Chelsea teenager Callum Hudson-Odoi this week but face competition from RB Leipzig for his signature. Hudson-Odoi has already turned down several contract offers from the west London outfit with the Daily Mail revealing that money is not the issue

Samsung beats Apple to another cool feature

We reported yesterday that Samsung’s new Samsung Galaxy Gear IconX 2019 truly wireless headphones will feature the latest technology, including Bluetooth 5.0, which should mean longer battery life. Now a new report by AllaboutSamsung.de confirms another feature which Apple has been trying to deliver for almost two years now. According

Firefox caves to pressure, to shut down controversial screenshot upload feature

Mozilla has positioned Firefox as the champion of privacy and independence on the internet but appears to be increasingly at risk of losing the trust of users. The latest controversy regarding the company is its implementation of the screenshot feature, which uses clear dark patterns to trick users into uploading

Emiliano Sala’s flight time and pilot were changed at last minute

Emilano Sala was originally due to fly to Cardiff at a different time with a different pilot at the helm. The £15million striker and pilot David Ibbotson are missing feared dead after their aircraft disappeared from the radar. And according Mail Online, the flight was initally booked to depart on

Twins once joined at the head are thriving one year after separation surgery

A pair of North Carolina sisters who were once joined at the head are home and thriving over a year and a half after undergoing an 11-hour separation surgery, which was the culmination of a months-long effort. Abby and Erin Delaney, who were diagnosed as craniopagus conjoined twins in utero,