Sunday, October 13, 2019

#Trending10 - Top 10 tech news / trends of the week #41 (2019)

Welcome to another edition of this exclusive #Trending10, the weekly report on tech-packed with everything to keep you updated with trends, news and more. In case you missed last week's edition you can catch up here. Here's this week's report...

#Trending10 - Top 10 tech news / trends of the week #41 (October 2019)

1. Sim swapping and phishing makes 2FA vulnerable

Two-factor Authentication (2FA) the technology used to make online accounts more secure now seems to be in jeopardy thanks to sim swapping and phishing but here's more on that and how to protect yourself. Read more...

2. Dark mode for Instagram available!

The long-awaited feature for Instagram is finally live in the latest update but don't be so excited yet if you're a Dark mode fan -- not every device can get it (at least) for now. We've got a simple guide on how to get it and everything else you need to know. Read more...

3. Smartphone + Internet: A formidable weapon in this Peril Age?

Smartphone + Internet: A formidable weapon in this Peril Age?

Internet and Smartphones seem to be arguably the best pair of things to ever happen to mankind  -- not to scare you or anything but Someone's always watching. Read more...


4. Cheaper, Smaller, Better! Samsung Note 10 Lite and S10 Lite are coming

Just when we all thought that was all for Samsung, it turns out that they have other plans. According to leaks and what we know so far, there are two new devices lined up to be released by Samsung this year: be the lite versions of the S10 and Note 10 and will be named as such, S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite. Read more...


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5. How to install Google services on your Huawei Mate 30 & Pro

By now you should know the Huawei does not ship with Google Play Store and Google services due to the US restrictions -- Here's a simple guide on how to install them. Read more...



The rest belongs to Facebook ...
Facebook is now in serious trouble for allegedly "copying" the logo for their sub-company, Calibra from Current,  a financial institution in the US.  Read more...

Current and Facebook Libra Logo law suit - DE JAY'S BLOG

7. Facebook suffers embarrassing data leak.

About 419 million Facebook users have their phone numbers linked to their accounts exposed, not protected by any password and anyone can look it up. Read more...

20L9: A year for Facebook to forget

Lawsuits, leaked data, fines, How many L's need for Facebook's adversity to end this year? Here's everything you need to know about what is happening at Facebook. Read more...

Libra: Facebook's crypto is dying

Think that's all? Remember when we were all excited for Facebook when it decided to enter into the crypto space through it's newly introduced coin Libra? All the big partnerships that were formed with big companies like Paypal, Visa and many others have crumbled! Read more...


Finally a positive ...

Meet Portal TV, Facebook's new video chat accessory

Facebook didn't only look into cryptos this year, they've also announced Portal TV, a new TV accessory to enable you to talk to your friends, partners and loved ones through a "portal" (your TV) and if there's any reason for them so smile this year, I believe this is it. Read more...


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