Apple sues NSO Group for iPhone hacking software for governments

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The Israeli firm sells law enforcement and government agencies software infecting smartphones. Apple recently announced that it has filed a lawsuit against Israeli firm NSO Group, which sells law enforcement and government agencies iPhone hacking software. The software lets its users read data on Apple smartphones, including communications such as texts. Amnesty International announced earlier in 2021 that recent models of Apple smartphones owned by journalists and human rights lawyers had been infected with Pegasus, the NSO Group malware sold to governments. Apple’s lawsuit is pursuing a permanent injunction banning…

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BDD vs. TDD: What Are They and How Do They Differ?

BDD vs TDD

Organizations shifting to agile have made a huge impact on their software development processes over a decade, the core reason being fast-paced delivery for a quality product. The term ‘Continuous Testing’ is known to be a crucial component in this phase. As they rightly said, change is the only constant, this change agile has brought along is here to stay! What are you evaluating? BDD is intended for testing the behavior of an application’s behavior from the end user’s point of view, whereas TDD is designed to test isolated pieces…

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QR code beaded bracelets use traditional art to share storytelling history

QR code - Beaded bracelet Native American

The jewelry can be scanned with a smartphone to share Navajo Native American history. November is National Native American Heritage Month and as a part of its celebration, new QR code beaded bracelets have been created to share a traditional craft and storytelling at the same time. The attractive and eye-catching jewelry can be used to communicate storytelling information. The idea of using QR code jewelry to share history through smartphone scans isn’t as new as it might seem. Clearly, the use of barcode scans using a phone is new,…

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Mobile shopping trends are boosting e-commerce adoption in emerging markets

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As a growing number of everyday tasks are completed online, doors are opening in countries worldwide. Though mobile shopping trends have been steadily growing in the United States and have been spurred on by the pandemic as more people are inclined to stay home to shop, this growth is also being seen in emerging markets where e-commerce hadn’t broadly taken hold. Emerging retail markets are now taking off online due to the expansion of m-commerce use. The growing participation in mobile shopping trends is playing in favor of the Emerging…

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Apple to make iPhone parts available for DIY repairs

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The company is breaking away from its previous trends to let consumers fix their devices at home. Apple has announced that it is opening up the sale of Mac and iPhone parts and tools to make it possible for owners to be able to repair their own phones and computers at home. In this way, many device owners will be able to fix their own products instead of paying a repair shop. To start the iPhone parts Apple plans to make available are for the 12 and 13 models. This…

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