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  1. WWDC 2024: Apple announces new Safari with Highlights and 'distraction-free' Reader sidebar

    Safari is getting an AI-powered revamp. Apple didn't forget about its browser amidst the slew of AI features announced at WWDC . Safari now has a Highlights feature for recapping articles and web pages. In the new Safari release, users can get automated summaries of the page their
  2. Microsoft says 'Recall' will now be opt-in

    After weeks of being excoriated by cybersecurity experts, Microsoft is making moves to address concerns over its new AI-powered computer history-saving feature: Copilot+ Recall. Most notably, Microsoft is switching Recall from a default feature to one that requires a user to opt-i
  3. Windows 11 feature that takes thousands of screenshots of your PC branded 'disaster' by security expert

    By Aaron Brown The controversy surrounding Windows 11's newly-announced Recall continues. The UK data protection watchdog has already confirmed that it's "making inquiries" with Microsoft while billionaire SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has warned millions of followers on X to ditch the fea
  4. Real Verified Oracle 1Z0-821 Questions (Dumps) 2024 Prep Made Easy

    How to Get Success in Oracle 1Z0-821 Certification Exam With Flying Colors? The Oracle 1Z0-821 certification is a feat that every aspirant dreams of accomplishing successfully. This task, however, has been perceived as very strenuous by aspiring Solaris 11 System Administration 1
  5. Acquire Citrix 1Y0-440 Questions (Dumps) 2024 - Ultimate Study Plan

    How to Get Success in Citrix 1Y0-440 Certification Exam With Flying Colors? The Citrix 1Y0-440 certification is a feat that every aspirant dreams of accomplishing successfully. This task, however, has been perceived as very strenuous by aspiring Architecting a Citrix Networking S
  6. Has Chrome Been Tracking You During 'Incognito' Mode? The Answer Is Yes, And Now Google Says It Will Delete The Data

    By Natan Ponieman Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG ) (NASDAQ: GOOGL ), the parent company of Google, must delete data collected from millions of users who utilized the “incognito” mode in Google Chrome, its web browser. The company has agreed to delete the data in response to a 2020 lawsuit