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Do hardware manufacturers make enough to keep Android phones safe? – TechCrunch

Despite the open-source approach of Android, one of the clear and consistent drawbacks is that the manufacturer must perform software updates. This can be frustrating for those waiting for the latest and greatest feature updates – and in some cases your phone may be vulnerable to delayed or missed security updates. A research team from Security Research Labs recently published …

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Instagram lets you download your content for criticism about portability – TechCrunch

Yesterday we reported that Instagram lacked data portability, and knocked the app for the lack of a counterpart to Facebook's Download Your Information. Now an Instagram spokesman tells me, "We're building a new data portability tool, and you'll soon be able to download a copy of what you shared on Instagram, including your photos, videos, and messages." This tool could …

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Twitter replaces his weapon Emoji with a water pistol – TechCrunch

Twitter followed Apple's leadership by turning his pistol emoji into a harmless, light green water pistol. And with that, the company that dealt with abuses, hate speech and harassment on its platform has eliminated one of the opportunities for online abusers to kill their victims. The change is one of several that are being introduced now in Twitter's Emoji Update, …

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Uber Rises in Car Hire and Public Transport – TechCrunch

Uber is officially a multimodal transport platform. Following the acquisition of the JUMP bicycle group, Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi announced today the expansion of Uber Bike in Washington DC as well as two important partnerships in the area of ​​car rental and public transport. Booking service Getaround, launched at TechCrunch Disrupt NY in 2011 to enable car owners to rent …

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"You do not think you have a monopoly?" Read Sen. Graham's Delicious Grilling by Zuckerberg – TechCrunch

Today's testimony of Mark Zuckerberg before a joint Senate committee was often boring or superfluous with previous statements. But there was an exchange near the two-hour mark that was pleasantly refreshing: Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) stubbornly pursued a reasonable reply from Zuckerberg to the question of whether she had any real competition. Graham does not Let Zuckerberg pinpoint the admittedly …

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Zuckerberg Testifies Congressional Hearings – TechCrunch

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies at two congressional hearings on Tuesday and Wednesday. Let's see how Zuckerberg reacts on Facebook's multiple privacy controversy. Watch Zuckerberg's Senate Report Live Here Today, Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg begins two of the most publicized days of his career. This afternoon, members The Senate will hear from Zuckerberg on data usage, protection and privacy in …

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