Seeking to fight against the wave of misinformation and conspiracy theories that have stalked the subject of vaccines, Twitter has implemented a new function that redirects users to awareness pages when they do a search on vaccines.
After the Cambridge Analytica scandals, Facebook announced the launch of a tool that would allow users to remove all the history of data contained in the platform.
Google Maps changes the borders depending on the country in which we are consulting the application.
Virtual assistants are increasingly popular: only Google Assistant already brings together almost 1,000 million users on its platform.
Instagram has announced the closure of Direct, its independent instant messaging application.
A recent study estimated at 285 million dollars the potential market for virtual reality applied to medicine by the year 2022.
It seems that in the end Instagram will implement more stringent measures to avoid the buy-sell of “likes” and followers that, until now, has been a usual practice on the platform.
The Bitcoin, which some may have left for dead ahead of time, has returned to the charge in the spring of 2019.
WhatsApp, the famous messaging app, has been attacked by cybercriminals as a result of a vulnerability in their calling system.