Facebook is now available on Tor for more secure browsing

Nov 01

After enabling secure HTTPS browsing by default for all users in August last year, Facebook has taken another step to allow for secure browsing, and has made their social network available via the Tor network for users who want to maintain their anonymity when logging on to the Web. The Facebook onion address (accessible only in Tor-enabled browsers) connects users...

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10 of the best Android apps from October

Nov 01

From maps to micro-investments, we covered a lot of ground with new Android apps in October. Here we present you with our selection of some of the best newcomers from the past month. HERE Maps Nokia’s HERE maps is one of the four major global online mapping services, alongside Google, TomTom and OpenStreetMap. And it finally launched for Android this month, having...

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Amazon Diversity Report: 63% male and 60% white

Nov 01

Continuing a recent trend among major tech companies, Amazon has released a diversity report for its workforce. Globally, 63 percent of its employees are male, and 60 percent of its US-based workforce is white. As for other ethnicities, 15 percent of employees identify as Black, 13 percent as Asian, and nine percent as Hispanic. However, those numbers change...

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HTC ends Q3 on a $19 million profit, hopes for the best in Q4

Nov 01

Just like its unaudited report suggested earlier this month, HTC continues its winning streak in Q3. HTC’s financial report for the Q3 2014 states the company made a profit of $19 million (NT$0.6 billion). Revenue for the period is $1.38 billion (NT$41.9 billion), which is down from $2.17 billion from the previous quarter. The company is content with how the...

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