Google has announced today that they are going to be shutting down the Pigeon transit app service. Pigeon by Googles Area 120 group gives the best route; avoiding delays, crowds, and other common disruptions. Today’s post will be going over the shutdown details.
On April 24th, we posted that Nintendo had suffered a data breach, affecting 160k users. Today Nintendo has updated that information an more users have been found to have had their data breached. Today’s post will go over the updated details from Nintendo.
*Updated April 23rd 2020* Zoom is one of the most popular ways to stay in touch. Unfortunately, the default settings in Zoom could expose you to problems. Today’s post include the changes you need to make in Zoom.
For those who visit New York, going to a Broadway show is usually on the to-do list. For those who are fans of Broadway, even if you aren’t in NY, there is a new service coming Mid-May,
With all of that is going on in the world, video conferencing has become the way to keep in touch. Zoom is quickly becoming to de-facto video conference choice. Unfortunately, due to some “bad people”, Zoom is changing some default security settings
So Android users today said Goodbye to the Dark Sky – Hyperlocal weather app. The Dark Sky app has become very popular with users over the past 8 years, giving users alerts for impending precipitation with an intuitive interface, which is usually eerily accurate.
Good Morning – According to a tweet by Microsoft 365 Status (@MSFT365Status), Microsoft Teams desktop and web client may be having some issues.
In the past couple of day’s Twitter announced it was considering removing inactive accounts. In Twitters thinking, if you aren’t using the account, someone else should have the opportunity. The original announcement from Twitter, was simply that they were going to enforce the existing policy about inactive accounts. However, after the Twitter base found out, they made sure to tell …