Why You Shouldn’t Use Facebook to Log In to Other Siteshttps://medium.com/the-new-york-times/why-you-shouldnt-use-facebook-to-log-in-to-other-sites-b6827fdb1f21Facebook offered a convenient and secure way to sign up for online services. A major hack shows it failed at its one job.
Pilipino Words Every Tourist Should Knowhttps://www.shopback.ph/blog/filipino-words-tourist?utm_source=crm&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=phsb_nl181014_2_en_blg_1000000_1_0_blogJL2_shopback.54893262&utm_content=bd_gen_1_0_blogIf you are planning to head over to the Philippines for whatever reason, arm yourself with a few, choice words/expressions in Tagalog!
Forget the New iPhones: Apple’s Best Product Is Now Privacyhttps://medium.com/fast-company/forget-the-new-iphones-apples-best-product-is-now-privacy-365e8111e220Under Tim Cook’s leadership, Apple saw just how critical an issue user privacy would become. Now it’s at least as important a feature as shiny industrial design or a nice camera
Palm looks like the smallest iPhone you’ve ever seen, but it’s not a phone – CNEThttps://www.cnet.com/reviews/palm-preview/?ftag=CAD1acfa04&bhid=27170905380744054130315685538756It’s a 3.3-inch Android sidekick.
How to Quit Facebook for Good, From 10 People Who Havehttps://medium.com/s/story/how-to-quit-facebook-for-good-from-10-people-who-have-76658c8b6ed8Last Friday, Facebook announced its largest security breach to date, compromising the data of nearly 50 million users. The news broke less than a year after Facebook came under fire for another security scandal when it was revealed that political data consulting firm Cambridge Analytica had collected personal information from users’ profiles. (Profiles on Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, may have been compromised as well, though only if users had linked their accounts to Facebook.)
iOS 12.1 beta 1 enables eSIM functionality, but you’ll need to wait on your carrier – 9to5Machttps://9to5mac.com/2018/09/26/ios-12-1-beta-1-esim-functionality/The embedded SIM (eSIM) functionality in the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, a feature that will enable dual line support in the latest flagship iPhone, can be found in the latest iOS 12.1 beta. So far three of the major US carriers — Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile — have pledged support for eSIM. The rollout will likely occur after the official launch of iOS 12.1. The iOS 12.1 update also includes support for Group FaceTime for up to 32 people, a new real-time Depth Control slider that can be used when taking Portrait Mode photos, and, with watchOS 5.1, new color watch face options in the Apple Watch app.
How dual-SIM works with Apple’s iPhone XS & XS Maxhttps://appleinsider.com/articles/18/09/14/how-dual-sim-works-with-apples-iphone-xs-xs-maxOne of the new features of the iPhone XS and XS Max is dual-SIM support, which will let people wield two phone numbers on the same device. Here’s how it works in countries where eSIM is available. Only 10 countries support Apple’s eSIMs, namely Austria, Canada, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, India, Spain, the U.K., and the U.S.