Advocates say kids’ Instagram product would ‘put young users at great risk’ | Instagram- Tempemail

An international coalition of children’s health advocates has called on Facebook to abandon its plans to build an Instagram product for kids, citing harm to teens from excessive use of social media. The campaign comes after Buzzfeed broke the news in March that Facebook seeks to build an Instagram product Continue Reading

EV battle heats up in Australia with plan to sell affordable Chinese import for $35,000 | Australia news

The race to bring an affordable electric car to Australia is about to kick into high gear with a Sydney-based company’s plan to import a new passenger car for less than $35,000. Among the cheapest zero-emissions vehicles now on the market in Australia is the Chinese-made MG ZS EV, which Continue Reading

US Sanctions Russia and Expels 10 Diplomats Over SolarWinds Cyberattack – Tempemail

The U.S. and U.K. on Thursday formally attributed the supply chain attack of IT infrastructure management company SolarWinds with “high confidence” to government operatives working for Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR). “Russia’s pattern of malign behaviour around the world – whether in cyberspace, in election interference or in the aggressive Continue Reading

Instagram apologises for promoting weight-loss content to users with eating disorders | Instagram- Tempemail

Instagram has apologised for a “mistake” which saw it promoting weight-loss content to users with eating disorders. A new feature on the social network provides users with suggested search terms based on their interests, with default prompts including terms such as “yard work”, “home decor” or “sunsets”. But some people Continue Reading

Amazon’s warehouse boom linked to health hazards in America’s most polluted region | Amazon

Sign up for the Guardian Today US newsletter Amazon has dramatically expanded its warehouses in southern California in the past year, part of an effort to speed up deliveries during the pandemic’s online shopping boom. But new research raises concerns about pollution and other environmental harms from the logistics sector Continue Reading

Fantasian review – random battles and quirky banter in beautiful iPhone game | Games

It’s a truism that you can’t take more than a few steps in a Japanese role-playing game without triggering a random battle. Each encounter transports you to a separate screen where your party of heroes faces off against critter-like enemies, who rarely put up much of a fight. Historically, game Continue Reading

1-Click Hack Found in Popular Desktop Apps — Check If You’re Using Them – Tempemail

Multiple one-click vulnerabilities have been discovered across a variety of popular software applications, allowing an attacker to potentially execute arbitrary code on target systems. The issues were discovered by Positive Security researchers Fabian Bräunlein and Lukas Euler and affect apps like Telegram, Nextcloud, VLC, LibreOffice, OpenOffice, Bitcoin/Dogecoin Wallets, Wireshark, and Continue Reading

Coinbase, US’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, makes Nasdaq debut | Cryptocurrencies

The soaring value of cryptocurrencies added another name to the list of the world’s wealthiest billionaires on Wednesday with the introduction of Coinbase, the US’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, on to the Nasdaq stock exchange. Brian Armstrong, Coinbase’s CEO and co-founder, has a 20% stake in the company which analysts expected Continue Reading