China develops its own computer operating system

When the Chinese government announced this week that any computer or software manufactured outside the country should disappear from public institutions within the next three years, many wondered what would…

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Photoshop and Lightroom users should wait before updating to macOS Catalina

macOS Catalina has been available for a week, with new features but also compatibility issues for 32-bit applications. And that’s not all: if you use Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom software,…

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Iranian hackers target US presidential candidate

Microsoft revealed Friday that a group of hackers linked to the Iranian government has targeted the campaign of a US presidential candidate. The company did not name the campaign for…

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An ex-Yahoo employee hacked 6,000 accounts

A former Yahoo employee pleaded guilty to hacking thousands of Yahoo accounts for the purpose of finding sexually explicit photos and videos, the California Attorney General’s office said in a…

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Google pays tribute to runner Harry Jerome

If you use the Google (Canada) search engine on Monday, you will see the image of Canadian runner Harry Jerome, whose name will remain etched in history books for his…

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3 tips to optimize images and improve SEO

Search engines prioritize websites that download quickly for users. This shows that these sites are more efficient and that their user experience is optimal. Often, it is the images that slow down…

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Class action against Yahoo! for cyberattacks refused by Quebec Superior Court

A judge refused to give the green light to a class action to convict Yahoo! for cyber attacks that have compromised the confidentiality of its users’ data. Judge Chantal Tremblay…

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Google services restored after a crash

YouTube, Snapchat, Gmail, and other Google services went down for more than four hours Sunday afternoon in the eastern United States. The problem, due to “network congestion,” was resolved Sunday…

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Google Maps adds photo radars and speed limits

Drivers using Google Maps will now be warned of approaching a photo radar and will be able to see at any time the speed limit of the road on which…

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This is the end for Google+

Google began Tuesday to delete the content of its social network Google+, after announcing its closure a few months ago. The platform was created in 2011. The creation of new…

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