YouTube considers integrating the NFT feature

In her annual letter outlining YouTube’s upcoming priorities, CEO Susan Wojcicki didn’t give specifics about YouTube’s expansion plans, but she made it clear that YouTube would be involved in the public sector. interesting technology in recent times. “Over the past year, the world of cryptocurrencies, NFTs and even decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) have highlighted an … Read more

Google sued for tricking to track location

On January 24, the US states of Texas, Indiana and Washington, along with Washington DC, sued Google, a company of technology group Alphabet, alleging that it deceived to track location, thereby violating privacy. of the user. The office of Washington DC Attorney General Karl Racine said in a statement: “Google misleads users into thinking that … Read more

Young hacker finds sensitive vulnerability in Tesla car software

In early January 2022, 19-year-old hacker David Colombo discovered a vulnerability in a third-party open source software used to connect to Tesla vehicles called TeslaMate. This vulnerability allows him to remotely penetrate and use some functions such as opening and closing doors and honking horns on more than 25 Tesla cars. In addition, in the … Read more

UAE bans recreational drones

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has banned the use of drones for entertainment purposes. The move follows a suspected drone attack on an oil processing facility and airport in the capital Abu Dhabi last week. The ban was announced by the UAE Interior Ministry and also applies to light aircraft such as gliders. The Interior … Read more

Strategic startup – China’s weapon in the technology race

“Little Giant” (Chinese: small giant) is the name used for the generation of startups selected under an ambitious program of the Chinese government, with the goal of competing with Silicon Valley. of America. These fledgling and largely unknown startups have a few things in common: demonstrating innovative and unique products, and targeting strategically important areas … Read more

Google appeals European Union’s $2.8 billion fine

A Google spokesman said on January 20 that the company is appealing to the European Court of Justice about an earlier court ruling that upheld an antitrust fine of up to $2.8 billion against the search engine on Google. the world’s most popular internet. This is the second time Google has appealed this fine. In … Read more

Cryptocurrency and Potential Aid to Afghanistan in Crisis

When the Taliban took full control of Afghanistan in August 2021, Fereshteh Forough feared that the Taliban government would close her school in Herat, the country’s third largest city. The NGO Code to Inspire, founded by Forough at the time, was providing programming training for teenage girls in Afghanistan, while the Taliban tended to be … Read more

Squid Game causes global fever, Netflix is ​​still short of breath to attract users

Despite producing and releasing global hits like “Squid Game” in 2021, Netflix’s financial statements for the fourth quarter of 2021 show that the group is struggling to maintain its leading position in front of competitors. player. Netflix’s Q4 new account registrations were 8.3 million, lower than expectations of 8.5 million. In addition, the expected number … Read more

Most game developers are not interested in NFT

According to the 2022 Game Developer Conference (GDC) annual report, 70% of the developers surveyed said that their studio is not interested in implementing NFT or crypto in their games. This metric alone may not be too negative. However, respondents also gave a number of reasons why they are not interested in NFT. Some are … Read more