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Millions of apps can be deleted from the Google Play Store at once, here's why

Millions of apps can be deleted from the Google Play Store at once, here's why Google is working towards making Android as safe and reliable as iOS. In recent months, we have seen many iPhone-like features coming to Android. Android 15 comes as a complete set of security and privacy features. One thing where Android lags behind the iPhone, however, is the inability to keep dangerous apps out of the Play Store. Although Google Play Protect keeps many users safe, the risks and challenges are increasing more and more. Meanwhile, Google has taken more serious steps to eliminate this problem. Android 15 is bringing a live threat detection feature, which will analyze apps that take sensitive permissions and interact with other apps and services through on-device AI and instantly identify malicious apps. Google is currently working on a new plan, under which a large number of Android apps will be said goodbye. Under which Google can remove tens of thousands of such apps from its platform,

Open AI brings Zipty Store, millions of chatbots will be available in one store

 Open AI brings Zipty Store, millions of chatbots will be available in one store Open AI, the maker of Chat Gpity, has launched its first online store. In the online store, users will also be able to share their customized version of Chat Gpity. Open AI's online store was supposed to be launched last year. However, due to the commotion at the level of the CEO of the company, the launch date of the online store was pushed. However, Open AI's online store can only be used by users of the paid version of Chat GPT. The paid version of Chat Zipty has various advanced features which are not available in the free version. In the paid version of Chat Zipty, users can also solve math questions. In addition, this version can also tell colorful cocktail recipes. Open AI's online store is named Zipty Store. In this store, users can share any of their chatbots publicly. This means that Open AI has created a store where you can earn money by publishing your chatbots. It is very similar t

Emoji on Twitter as well as on Facebook

Emoji on Twitter as well as on Facebook Currently, in Twitter tweets, you only see the option to like and retweet. But, now there is an option to react differently like in Facebook. It is said that Twitter is currently working for that. According to researcher Jane Manchu Wang, Twitter is currently preparing to provide 'Like', 'Cheers', 'Um', 'Sad', and 'Haha' reactions. Which are completely like emojis. However, Twitter has not yet decided on the 'cheers' and 'sad' emojis. According to a screenshot made public by Wang, Twitter will provide various reactions in chronological order. The tweet can be reacted according to what you think. It is said that there is also information about the reaction. Simply understand shared and dedicated internet The internet is said to be 20 Mbps, but not all the time. This is a problem we all face. After all, what is the reason for this? Today we are examining what is dedicated and shared internet a

Millions of marijuana production data public

Millions of marijuana production data public Millions of people's data have been made public when the online community app of marijuana growers, Grodiri's Security Breach. According to the research, two apps of the company without login were available on the internet. According to security researcher Bob, the usernames, emails, passwords, and IP addresses of 1.4 million Groddries users have been made public. It is mentioned that the reason is the IT staff of the company. They have been providing the app continuously since September 22 without the need for an administration login. In this way, without login access, the user's data is accessible to everyone. However, Grodarij has denied the allegations. He said that only the user name of the user was leaked, password, email, IP address, etc. were not leaked. However, the investigation has revealed that all the details have been made public. It has been mentioned that even if the user's password is encrypted, the hacker ca

The 'Microsoft Teams' of millions of users are no longer working, aren't you?

The 'Microsoft Teams' of millions of users are no longer working, aren't you? Due to Covid 19, the use of video conferencing apps including Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams has been increasing lately. In the current situation where social distance has to be maintained due to corona, online work is being done through video conferencing tool. It may not be different from how many offices are being run from this. As the use of such tools continues to grow, millions of Microsoft users using Microsoft Teams from Internet Explorer browsers will be affected. Didn't you yourself get affected in that way? For that, it is necessary to know some things about the use of Microsoft Teams. In early 2020, the Redmond-based tech giant decided to shut down various Internet Explorer services. He urged users to shift to Microsoft Edge, Microsoft's new and sophisticated Internet browser. Based on that, Microsoft Explore Eleven is being shut down this month. It is said that the impact