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City Facilities Management: A Customer Journey Introspective

City Facilities Management is one of the world’s leading facilities management companies and is the exclusive provider of facilities maintenance services for Southeastern Grocers (“SEG”) which includes Winn-Dixie, Harvey’s and Bi-Lo stores. City’s first U.S. subsidiary was established in 2016 to provide comprehensive maintenance services to one of the largest ... Read More »

WhatsApp Now Lets You Delete That Embarrassing Message

Facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp is now rolling out the Delete for Everyone feature to all its users after having tested it with some users over the last few days. The feature allows users to “recall” or delete sent messages, but both the sender and the receiver need to have the ... Read More »

Is Apple About To Ditch Qualcomm Chips?

The spat between Apple and chipmaker Qualcomm just keeps getting nastier and nastier, and apparently Apple may finally have had enough of it. According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, Apple is already busy designing iPhones and iPads without Qualcomm components. Instead, future phones may be packed ... Read More »

Google: Pixel 2 XL Screen Burn ‘Not a Widespread Problem’

Following reports of defective screens in the first batch of Pixel 2 XL smartphones, Google says that its tests show so-called burn is not a widespread issue. Following initial positive reviews for Google’s renewed big bet on hardware, the top-end Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones, some journalists have ... Read More »

Super Mario Odyssey: How Fun Is Controlling a Sentient Hat?

In life, a few things are inevitable: death, taxes and the continual kidnapping of Princess Peach. But after more than 30 years of at least one new Mario adventure per Nintendo console, it helps to have a feature that differentiates the latest from the last. For Super Mario Odyssey, the ... Read More »

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Adds Ransomware Protection

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has a nifty security feature which perhaps hasn’t been trumpeted by Microsoft as much as it should: namely anti-ransomware defenses. In a blog post detailing how the Fall Creators Update is being deployed in a phased rollout (as all these big upgrades are), Microsoft mentioned ... Read More »

Deloitte Hack Compromised Government Emails

The hack into the accountancy giant Deloitte compromised a server that contained the emails of an estimated 350 clients, including four US government departments, the United Nations and some of the world’s biggest multinationals, the Guardian has been told. Sources with knowledge of the hack say the incident was potentially ... Read More »

‘I Will Rape You’ Post Used To Advertise Instagram on Facebook

Instagram used a user’s image that included the text “I will rape you before I kill you, you filthy whore!” to advertise its service on Facebook, the latest example of social media algorithms boosting offensive content. Guardian reporter Olivia Solon recently discovered that Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, made ... Read More »

FDA Recalls 500,000 Hackable Pacemakers

Almost half a million pacemakers have been recalled by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) due to fears that their lax cybersecurity could be hacked to run the batteries down or even alter the patient’s heartbeat. The recall won’t see the pacemakers removed, which would be an invasive and ... Read More »

Moto X4 pricing revealed ahead of official launch

Motorola could launch Moto X4 smartphone soon. Now expected pricing of the upcoming device has been leaked by tipster Roland Quandt in a tweet. According to Quandt, the 32GB variant of Moto X4 will cost 350 euro (Rs 26,000 approx) in European market. “Moto X4 32GB will have some interesting pricing ... Read More »