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How to Watch NASA’s Insight Land on Mars Today

Update:  NASA's Insight LandNASA is landing a spacecraft on Mars today, and you can also watch it happen in real time.NASA’s Mars Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy, and Heat Transport lander is expected to touch down today, on Mars around 3 pm ET/12 pm PT. NASA calls it InSight for short and you should say nothing less too.This's the first NASA's Insight Land on Mars since 2012 (when NASA landed the Curiosity rover on the planet). This landing will kick-start a two-year mission…

BlackBerry buys AI cybersecurity outfit Cylance

BlackBerry New AI Cybersecurity Outfit CylanceBlackBerry has confirmed it's buying AI cybersecurity specialist Cylance for $1.4bn ( which is around £1.1bn).McAfee/Intel duo Stuart McClure and Ryan Permeh founded Cylance in the year 2012 by former. Stated on its website, the Californian firm boasts that it's "revolutionizing cybersecurity" with AI-based solutions that predict and prevent the execution of advanced threats and malware at the endpoint.However, the Firm has already existing 3,500…

Facebook won’t force employees to settle sexual harassment claims privately

Facebook is putting an end to required arbitration in cases of sexual harassment, permitting staffs to pursue claims in court.The Social Network announced the policy change in an internal message to employees on Friday.Facebook additionally modified its policy on office relationships — now executives at a director level or higher should disclose if they're dating any person on the company.The change came a day after Google modified its policy to put to an end required arbitration, which was a requirement made…

Apple admits that there’s a major problem with the iPhone X

Apple iPhone X The iPhone X was hailed as probably the most ever considered device Apple had ever launched in virtually a decade in 2017. But it sure seems that the flagship phone launched has a really large downside.Apple has issued an uncommon warning on its official website which tells its customers that their £999 iPhone X could possibly be doomed to a grim fate. In a press release, Apple mentioned the glitch might trigger the shiny display fitted to the X to fail.It wrote: ‘Apple has decided that…

Shut Facebook and Twitter down for 6 weeks before elections

It is a couple of weeks before midterm elections and the quaking has already begun.What would you think about closing Facebook and Twitter?Who could be the winner? Who would possibly get surprisingly defeated? And which of Facebook and Twitter will probably be blamed more for the outcome?Within the aftermath of the 2016 Elections, it appeared clear that neither of those famed websites had any thought what was kind of nefarious influences had been operating on them.At this time around, Facebook and Twitter…

EU warns Facebook not to lose control of data security

EU warns Facebook not to lose control of data security The EU's high data privacy enforcer expressed fear Tuesday that Facebook had lost control of data security after an enormous privacy breach that she mentioned affected 5 million Europeans as EU warns Facebook."It's a query for the administration, if they've things under control," EU Justice and Consumer Affairs Commissioner Vera Jourova informed AFP in Luxembourg."The magnitude of the company ... makes it very tough to handle, however they've to do…

Some iPhone users say they’re struggling to charge their new phones

iPhone XS Some iPhone users iPhone XS and XS Max say they’re experiencing some challenges with charging their new handsets.The users are saying that the brand new phones fail to start out charging when a Lightning cable is plugged in, except when they turn ON their screen on.And the difficulty seems to be even worse for an unfortunate few. For them, switching their display screen on isn’t sufficient − as additionally in some conditions they have to unlock their phone just in other to make it charge.Moreover,…

Trump’s Apple threat is ‘closer to home’, expert warns

Trump's Apple threat is ‘closer to home’, expert warns President Donald Trump’s threats to expand tariffs to nearly all the products the US imports from China. Entangling Apple and its iPhone providing chains, imply the potential fallout of a world commerce battle on Ireland is getting ever “nearer to residence”,  professionals  warned.PwC Ireland head of tax Joe Tynan — a frequent visitor to China advising Irish-based corporations and Chinese traders — mentioned, the most recent salvo from the White House…