YouTube To Distribute $100M Among Top ‘Shorts’ Creators
YouTube is creating a $100 million fund to pay people who make clips for Shorts
App Stopped Over $1.5 Billion In Potentially Fraudulent Transactions In 2020
Apple’s combination of sophisticated technology and human expertise protected customers from more than $1.5 billion in potentially fraudulent transactions, preventing the attempted theft of their money, information, and time — and kept nearly a million risky and vulnerable new apps out of their hands.
How To Defend Against DDoS Attacks
In a DDoS attack, An attacker uses a number of machines across the internet (or what’s called a “botnet”). Those machines send a high volume of fake traffic to the target site, all in an attempt to overload server resources and bring the site down.
Facebook’s Will Remind You To Read The Article Before You Share It
The social media giant Facebook is all set to start testing a new pop-up feature that will ask users if they are certain about wanting to share an article if if haven’t opened it.
Samsung Unveils Industry-First Memory Module Incorporating New CXL Interconnect Standard
Samsung unveiled the industry’s first memory module supporting the new Compute Express Link (CXL) interconnect standard. Integrated with Samsung’s Double Data Rate 5 (DDR5) technology, this CXL-based module will enable server systems to significantly scale memory capacity and bandwidth, accelerating artificial intelligence (AI) and high-performance computing (HPC) workloads in data centers.
‘Out Of Control’ Chinese Rocket Falls Over Indian Ocean
An out-of-control 100-foot-tall, 22-metric-tonne Chinese rocket has finally fallen to Earth over the Indian Ocean near the Maldives.
Colonial Pipeline Halts All Operations After Cyber Attack
Colonial Pipeline, the largest U.S. refined products pipeline operator, has halted all operations after it fell victim to a cybersecurity attack on Friday
Over 128M iOS Users Affected By XcodeGhost Malware
More than 128 million iOS users were allegedly affected by the “XcodeGhost” malware which first surfaced in 2015 — responsible for injecting malware into several iPhone and iPad apps that were subsequently uploaded to the App Store.