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Tech Talk Tuesday has come back around for another week of the latest news in technology… And there is a lot to catch up on.
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It’s Tech Talk Tuesday time, and the world of technology has been very busy this week. Check out the stories below to find out why. New Device Revealed That Can Read Users’ Minds It may sound like science fiction, but … Continue reading
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In this constantly technology-evolving world, data is everywhere. We can’t make a single movement on the web without our data being stored or used somehow.
Another Tech Talk Tuesday has arrived here at ICT Reverse! Previously, we’ve covered subjects such as drone-tracking systems for UK deliveries, security fears on exercise apps, and even the CES highlights of 2018.
It’s been difficult to miss; tabloids have exposed a data breach at the social media giant Facebook, and unsuspecting members of the public have a right to be concerned. With the words ‘security’, ‘scam’ and ‘leak’ being thrown around, the … Continue reading