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Google announces that Chrome apps will continue working on Mac, Windows and Linux till 2021
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Google announces that Chrome apps will continue working on Mac, Windows and Linux till 2021

In June 2022, the Chrome Web Store will stop accepting new as well as updated 'private and unlisted' Chrome apps.

Google rolls out ‘Chat’ service as Progressive Web App that will give 'a faster and more secure experience'
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Google rolls out ‘Chat’ service as Progressive Web App that will give 'a faster and more secure experience'

Google Chat app has a wider compatibility and can work on Windows, macOS, Chrome OS and Linux.

Google Chrome tabs could soon get open in different browsers and vice versa
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Google Chrome tabs could soon get open in different browsers and vice versa

Support for the feature has been seen with Mac, Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS.

Oracle Autonomous Linux: World's first autonomous operating system announced
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Oracle Autonomous Linux: World's first autonomous operating system announced

Oracle Autonomous Linux and Oracle OS Management Services are included with Oracle Premier Support at no extra charge.

DeepNudes: The latest horror turning hapless women's pictures into nudes
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DeepNudes: The latest horror turning hapless women's pictures into nudes

DeepNudes essentially evolved from the DeepFakes technology but is faster and easier to use.

Microsoft makes 60,000 patents open source in a bid to help protect Linux
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Microsoft makes 60,000 patents open source in a bid to help protect Linux

OIN provides a license platform for close to 2,650 companies, including the likes of Google, IBM etc.

Telegram's desktop app leaked users' IP addresses during calls, issue now fixed
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Telegram's desktop app leaked users' IP addresses during calls, issue now fixed

Telegram desktop clients for Windows, Mac, and Linux exposed IP addresses during voice calls.

Microsoft brings end-to-end encryption for private conversations on Skype: Report
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Microsoft brings end-to-end encryption for private conversations on Skype: Report

The feature comes is now available for all users on Skype on iOS, Android, Linux, Mac and Windows.

Steam may be secretly testing compatibility tools that run Windows games on Linux
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Steam may be secretly testing compatibility tools that run Windows games on Linux

Steam Play will likely install compatibility tools that allow you to play games from your library.

Google testing Material Design for Chrome, you can try it out on Canary build
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Google testing Material Design for Chrome, you can try it out on Canary build

The redesign adopts Material Design big time, with changes to everything from tabs to buttons.

Developers shouldn't worry, Microsoft's GitHub acquisition is a win for all
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Developers shouldn't worry, Microsoft's GitHub acquisition is a win for all

Few acquisitions in the technology industry have caused such debate as that of GitHub by Microsoft.

Microsoft claims fix for critical Skype bug is 'too much work', even though flaw could allow hackers system level access
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Microsoft claims fix for critical Skype bug is 'too much work', even though flaw could allow hackers system level access

Microsoft said that rather than a security update, it will release a fix with a newer version of Skype and the current version "will slowly be deprecated."

Meltdown and Spectre: The Simple-English guide to the most worrying computer security flaw in decades
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Meltdown and Spectre: The Simple-English guide to the most worrying computer security flaw in decades

Speculative execution went mainstream between 15 and 20 years ago, so theoretically, every CPU made in the last 20 years or so is vulnerable.

Atari to kick off preorders for the Atari 2600-inspired Ataribox on 14 December
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Atari to kick off preorders for the Atari 2600-inspired Ataribox on 14 December

The Ataribox is expected to start shipping in the spring of 2018, with expected prices to range between $250 and $300.

Google removes 'App' section from the Chrome Web Store as it marks the end of Chrome apps
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Google removes 'App' section from the Chrome Web Store as it marks the end of Chrome apps

Google's replacement for Chrome apps will come in the form of what it refers to as PWAs or progressive web apps which are available in Chrome for Android.

Mozilla announces its fastest Firefox browser in beta; calls it Firefox Quantum
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Mozilla announces its fastest Firefox browser in beta; calls it Firefox Quantum

Mozilla 's new browser comes with a new CSS engine that makes the browser capable of working in parallel across multiple cores, making it more RAM efficient.

After Swiss defence department, Turla malware attacks a contractor's system in the foreign affairs
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After Swiss defence department, Turla malware attacks a contractor's system in the foreign affairs

The federal chancellery said that ill-intentioned hackers used the Turla malware in the July attack against the servers of the defense department.

New malware, BlueBorne spreads via bluetooth; puts over five billion devices at risk
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New malware, BlueBorne spreads via bluetooth; puts over five billion devices at risk

BlueBorne poses threat to major mobile, desktop, and IoT operating systems that includes Android, iOS, Windows, and Linux and the devices using them.

Jolla's Sailfish X OS for Sony Xperia X to roll out in October; will cost you €49
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Jolla's Sailfish X OS for Sony Xperia X to roll out in October; will cost you €49

Those interested in trying out Sailfish X, will need to purchase a Sony Xperia X smartphone (the single SIM version) first.

A new malware is targeting Windows, Linux and Mac systems using Facebook Messenger
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A new malware is targeting Windows, Linux and Mac systems using Facebook Messenger

The malware takes your display image from Facebook and puts it on the Google Docs landing page to ensure that there is no suspicion.