This cloud storage subscription is great for creators

TL;DR: Store all your photos, videos, and more usingStarchive cloud storage. As of May get a lifetime subscription of 100GB storage for only $29.99. It doesn’t matter if you’re a billion-dollar corporation or solo entrepreneur. To keep your independent business or artistic endeavor running smoothly, you need the right tools behind you, so you can focus on what’s important.

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How to access information offline anywhere on the globe with these apps

If you have sufficient storage space, you can carry Wikipedia, maps, translation and weather apps with you wherever you go—even if there’s no internet connection. The rise of remote work means more people will travel to places that may not always provide reliable internet access. Modern office apps, such as Google Workspace, can store email and documents offline, then sync new and changed content when you reconnect.

Link: How to access information offline anywhere on the globe with these apps
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Wannacry Malware Analysis. In recent times, malware deployment has…

In recent times, malware deployment has increased immensely. So it’s great to analyze them to get a more detailed view about their behavior so as to be able to understand and prevent them from infecting systems later in the future. I looked at a very interesting malware called Wannacry. Wanncry is a ransomeware virus, upon execution it spreads through the infected computer and starts to rename and encrypt the files.

Link: Wannacry Malware Analysis. In recent times, malware deployment has…
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eSIM Internet Access Apps

Traveling and staying connected usually means dealing with roaming fees or public WiFi networks, so the ‘Yesim’ app is positioned as a better alternative for travelers to make use of. The app works by providing travelers with access to eSIM Internet plans in order to help them stay connected at all times in more than 126 countries.

Link: eSIM Internet Access Apps
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8 ways mobile messaging can improve business performance for retailers

Mobile marketing never stands still. Thanks to a potent mix of technological innovations and creative app implementation, marketing through mobile keeps evolving, bringing new, compelling ways for businesses to reach their customers. While once mobile marketing was a buzzword for showing ads…

Link: 8 ways mobile messaging can improve business performance for retailers
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How to enable the Verified Calls feature on Android

If you’re looking to get even more privacy on your Android phone, you should enable Google’s Verified Call feature immediately. Jack Wallen shows you how. Verified Calls is Google’s way of amplifying caller ID in such a way that you can quickly tell if a caller is a legitimate business or not. With this feature now available, businesses can sign up to use Verified Calls which makes it possible for them to better inform you why they are calling.

Link: How to enable the Verified Calls feature on Android
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Walmart’s unannounced cloud gaming service detailed in confidential Epic emails

Walmart’s unannounced cloud gaming service, codenamed Project Storm, has been detailed in new confidential emails. An exhibit in the Epic Games v. Apple trial reveals Walmart’s efforts to pitch its cloud gaming service to Epic Games and get Fortnite on board.
“I played Walmart’s demo on an…

Link: Walmart’s unannounced cloud gaming service detailed in confidential Epic emails
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Me2BA Product Testing Spotlight Report Published: Data Sharing in Primary & Secondary School Mobile Apps

60% of school apps were sending student data to a variety of third parties, including advertising platforms like Google and Facebook On average, there were more than 10 third-party data channels per app Public-school apps are more likely to send student data to third parties than private-school apps (67% public vs.

Link: Me2BA Product Testing Spotlight Report Published: Data Sharing in Primary & Secondary School Mobile Apps
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Veteran Linux developer releases research on FOSS foundations

Martin Michlmayr: “I thought it would be interesting to study the role FOSS foundations play in making open source projects more sustainable and successful.”

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Veteran Debian developer Martin Michlmayr has released two reports on foundations that…

Link: Veteran Linux developer releases research on FOSS foundations
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Swiss cyber security firm Acronis gets $250 mln in CVC-led funding

ZURICH, May 4 (Reuters) – Swiss cyber security firm Acronis said on Tuesday it has received more than $250 million in a financing round led by CVC Capital valuing it at more than $2.5 billion. Founded in Singapore in 2003, the privately-held firm views this latest investment as one of its last prior to a future “liquidity event”, the head of Acronis said.

Link: Swiss cyber security firm Acronis gets $250 mln in CVC-led funding
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Epic Games Yet Again Drives Apple to Court Claiming Apple Has Created a Walled Garden

Epic Games and Apple both have been on a one on one battle for a few months now. The trial started this Monday and is currently taking place and is expected to last three weeks. Both the lawyers for both the companies presented their opening statements on Monday on the first day of the trial. Previously Epic Games put in two claims against Apple in the trial.

Link: Epic Games Yet Again Drives Apple to Court Claiming Apple Has Created a Walled Garden
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Microsoft Edge Is Closing In on a Linux Release

Perhaps downloading and using Microsoft Edge isn’t at the forefront of Linux user’s minds, but it’s at least something they can now do. Microsoft is bringing a Beta version of Edge onto the niche operating system, and you can download it today. As spotted by Windows Central, Microsoft has brought the Microsoft Edge Beta onto Linux distros.

Link: Microsoft Edge Is Closing In on a Linux Release
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