Tuesday , January 19 2021


Canadian tech news

WhatsApp pushes back its data sharing

(Photo: 123RF) WhatsApp announced on Friday that it would postpone changes to its terms of service for three months after the fears expressed by many users that the mobile messaging service would share confidential data with its parent company, Facebook. “We are now delaying the date by which users will …

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The increasingly popular streaming services

Quebeckers have subscribed to more streaming services since the start of the pandemic, according to the Digital portrait of Quebec households from the Academy of Digital Transformation (ATN). This could have a negative impact on the consumption of Quebec content if the trend were to continue after the health crisis. …

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Samsung launches Galaxy S21 and cuts prices

South Korean mobile phone giant Samsung on Thursday unveiled its new line of premium 5G smartphones, the Galaxy S21, with selling prices several hundred dollars lower than in previous years. The base model of this new generation of cell phone, the S21, will be on sale from January 29 from …

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Snapchat bans Trump permanently

(Photo: 123RF) The social network Snapchat announced on Wednesday that Donald Trump, already blocked since last week, would soon be permanently banned from the platform, as voices are raised against the measures of the digital giants targeting the outgoing US president and his supporters. “Last week, we announced an indefinite …

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