The other day, a friend called me and said that his Google Chrome browser is acting weirdly and may need reinstalling. According to him, every time he searched for something on Google some unknown website appeared with suspicious results. I asked him to remove every Chrome extension and only add those few that he really needs. But it occurred to me that this friend of mine will probably be hit by more scams brought by other malicious Chrome extensions unless he looks out for a few things. And I can assure you my friend is not alone. According to statcounter.com,… This story continues at The Next Web
After multiple half-steps over the past eight years, Adobe now plans to launch a full version of its popular photo editing app Photoshop for the iPad. Bloomberg reports today that the app will likely be debuted at Adobe’s MAX conference in October 2019, and hit the market in 2019. Photoshop has remained one of the […]
SHENZHEN China (July 13): A hotel in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen on Friday denied a report that it would charge US guests an extra 25% amid an escalating trade war between Washington and Beijing.
However, three staff members who declined to be identified told Reuters that a discriminatory rate policy had indeed been posted at the hotel as of Thursday but had since been removed.