NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn’t happen this week Associated Press Twitter Joe Biden Facts Donald Trump- Tempemail

A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the week. None of these are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked them out. Here are the facts: Video edited to remove context from Biden’s comment about Continue Reading

Backers of Australia’s mandatory news code welcome French ruling on Google | Media

Australia’s competition tsar has welcomed a landmark legal decision by French courts to order Google to negotiate payments with publishers. The global development in holding the tech giants to account comes as the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission puts the finishing touches to a mandatory news code that will be Continue Reading

From ball launchers to activity trackers: the new breed of pet tech | Gadgets

Technology for pets is increasingly popular, with gadgets entering the market that promise to keep our dogs and cats in trim, healthy and occupied, and we pet owners in sync with their needs. The increasing humanisation of pets means more and more of us are treating them as fluffy family Continue Reading

The Future of Micro-finance in Emerging Markets – Tempemail

The pandemic has emphasised, beyond a point of reasonable doubt, the importance of technology to our modern world. Just as video calling and messaging have allowed us to work, study and socialise, fintech has played a similarly critical role in ensuring that people can still access the banking system. However, Continue Reading

Belfast bar shares negative TripAdvisor review likening visit to ‘medical exam’ to make important point about coronavirus- Tempemail

A bar in Northern Ireland has shared a negative Tripadvisor review to make a point about the importance of adhering to safety guidelines during a pandemic. On Thursday, Voodoo Belfast, which is located in Belfast city centre, shared a recent two-star review on its Facebook and Twitter accounts. In the Continue Reading

55 New Security Flaws Reported in Apple Software and Services – Tempemail

A team of five security researchers analyzed several Apple online services for three months and found as many as 55 vulnerabilities, 11 of which are critical in severity. The flaws — including 29 high severity, 13 medium severity, and 2 low severity vulnerabilities — could have allowed an attacker to Continue Reading