Day: May 25, 2022

  • Latest Twitter for Mac update adds support for ‘Circle’ feature

    Latest Twitter for Mac update adds support for ‘Circle’ feature

    Twitter this month officially launched its “Circle” close friends feature to the public, so that users can have an “alternative timeline for trusted friends.” While Circle was only available in Twitter’s mobile app and website, the feature has now arrived in the Mac version of Twitter’s app. more… The post Latest Twitter for Mac update […]

  • 5-Year-Old T-Ball Player Has the Most Hilarious Dance As He Gets Ready to Bat

    5-Year-Old T-Ball Player Has the Most Hilarious Dance As He Gets Ready to Bat Professional baseball players know how to enter the field in style. Often, they’ll swagger up to the plate with a “walk-up song” that lets the crowd know they are ready to play ball. One 5-year-old in Manteca, California, is giving the […]

  • New ‘Apple Account Card’ now available in the Wallet app for iOS 15.5 users

    New ‘Apple Account Card’ now available in the Wallet app for iOS 15.5 users

    Earlier this year, 9to5Mac discovered that Apple had been working to rebrand iTunes Pass as “Apple Account Card” in the Wallet app with iOS 15.5. Although there was no mention of this feature in the official release notes for iOS 15.5, the Apple Account Card is now live and available to users running the latest […]

  • Apple could offer ‘NFL Plus’ streaming service alongside Sunday Ticket package

    Apple could offer ‘NFL Plus’ streaming service alongside Sunday Ticket package

    Amid ongoing speculation that Apple is nearing a deal (or has already inked a deal) for the rights to NFL Sunday Ticket, the NFL is also planning its own “NFL Plus” streaming service. A new report from Sports Business Journal now indicates that NFL Plus could ultimately be bundled with the Sunday Ticket package if […]

  • Critical Zoom vulnerabilities fixed last week required no user interaction

    Critical Zoom vulnerabilities fixed last week required no user interaction

    Enlarge (credit: Zoom) Google’s Project Zero vulnerability research team detailed critical vulnerabilities Zoom patched last week making that made it possible for hackers to execute zero-click attacks that remotely ran malicious code on devices running the messaging software. Tracked as CVE-2022-22786 and CVE-2022-22784, the vulnerabilities made it possible to perform attacks even when the victim […]

  • Heartwarming Video Captures Little Girl Encouraging Her Best Friend To Use Her Motorized Wheelchair

    Heartwarming Video Captures Little Girl Encouraging Her Best Friend To Use Her Motorized Wheelchair Is there anything sweeter than genuine childhood friendships? In a heartwarming video from 2018 that has since gone viral, a then-3-year-old Ruby Hoffman—who has a rare disorder that affects mobility—is seen alongside her best friend Abbie in a candid display of […]

  • Amazon’s first clothing store opens its doors in Los Angeles

    Amazon Style in-store shopping app experience | Image: Amazon Amazon’s brick-and-mortar clothing store, Amazon Style, is now open in the Los Angeles, California-area at The Americana at Brand mall, the company announced today along with a video profiling some of its employees. It’s a new addition to Amazon’s lineup of physical locations, along with Whole […]

  • Elon Musk will put up $6 billion to drop Tesla loans from his Twitter deal

    Elon Musk will put up $6 billion to drop Tesla loans from his Twitter deal

    Illustration by Kristen Radtke / The Verge; Getty Images After a brutal month for Tesla stock, Elon Musk will no longer fund his Twitter buyout by borrowing against his Tesla ownership stake. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Musk announced the expiration of a series of margin loans against Tesla stock, which […]

  • Sony fixes PlayStation Plus subscription pricing error

    Sony fixes PlayStation Plus subscription pricing error

    Image: Sony Sony’s correcting what it says was a “technical error” that resulted in users being charged a higher than expected price to upgrade to one of the new PlayStation Plus tiers. As the revamped subscription service went live in Asia on May 23rd, some users were reporting anyone trying to upgrade from a subscription […]

  • Twitter will pay $150 million for using people’s security phone numbers to target ads

    Twitter will pay $150 million for using people’s security phone numbers to target ads

    Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Twitter will pay $150 million to settle a privacy lawsuit with the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The settlement, announced today, covers a complaint that Twitter deceptively used members’ email addresses and phone numbers for targeted advertising. On top of the fine, Twitter […]

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