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  1. The Register is reporting on a new feature in an upcoming version of Google Chrome that has privacy-conscious users worried. A recent API called getInstalledRelatedApps may allow websites to determine what apps are installed on a user’s device. At first glance, the API seems to have an admirable purpose. If users have both web and…

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  2. With all four of the major U.S. carriers rolling out some form of 5G, there have been widespread concerns about potential health risks, especially regarding the millimeter wave (mmWave) variety. Because mmWave has limited range, base stations and repeaters must be placed every couple to few hundred yards apart, blanketing areas with 5G signal and…

    The post FCC Votes Against Changing Cell Phone Safety Rules; No Evidence of 5G Health Risks appeared first on WebProNews.

  3. TripAdvisor has announced the acquisition of SinglePlatform from its parent company, Endurance International Group. SinglePlatform works with restaurants to help them publish and manage their menus online, as well as other pertinent information, such as their hours of operation and contact information. The service has become increasingly important to restaurants, given that “93 percent of…

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  4. “Better late than never” goes the old saying. Of course, well over a decade late may be pushing it a bit. Craigslist doesn’t appear to have gotten the memo, however, as they have finally released an official iOS app—a full 11 years after the App Store debuted. Despite being late to the game, the app…

    The post Craigslist Finally Releases Its Very Own, Official iOS App appeared first on WebProNews.

  5. Apple has finally explained behavior that lead some to believe new iPhones or iOS 13.x had a privacy bug. Security researcher Brian Krebs discovered that the iPhone 11 Pro “intermittently seeks the user’s location information even when all applications and system services on the phone are individually set to never request this data.” He originally…

    The post Apple Explains iPhone 11 Frequent Location Checking appeared first on WebProNews.

  6. Workona has announced “the launch of their cloud desktop, a work management platform that allows users to access and manage resources across more than 75 popular cloud apps from a single unified system.” The company recently completed “a $6 million seed funding round, led by K9 Ventures and August Capital, to accelerate its product development…

    The post Workona Launches Desktop For The Cloud; Raises $6 Million in Seed Funding appeared first on WebProNews.

  7. Yesterday we reported on the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) plans to allocate $9 billion to assist rural 5G rollout. It appears that decision was motivated by an investigation showing that Verizon, T-Mobile and US Cellular exaggerated the extent of their 4G LTE coverage. The investigation resulted from complaints in 12 states that the three carriers’…

    The post Verizon, T-Mobile and US Cellular Exaggerated 4G LTE Coverage appeared first on WebProNews.

  8. T-Mobile recently announced the nationwide availablility of their low-band, 600MHz 5G, expected to be 20 percent faster than 4G. If VentureBeat’s testing is any indication, T-Mobile subscribers should be very happy with real-world speeds. With 5G rollout dominating the news, one thing that has quickly become obvious is not all 5G is created equal. Most…

    The post T-Mobile’s Low-Band 5G Two to Four Times Faster Than 4G appeared first on WebProNews.

  9. Dave Rubin used his show today to announce the launch of his new venture, Locals.com, “subscription-based communities that give power to creators, not platforms.” “Today, is a big day. We’ve got some announcements and some major stuff cooking,” Rubin said to introduce his venture. “This is basically going to be a live stream that will…

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  10. Amazon Web Services (AWS) may have lost out on a lucrative Pentagon contract, but it has scored a major deal to oversee trading in the U.S. securities market. According to a press release, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) selected AWS to be its cloud provider for the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT). “The CAT will…

    The post AWS Tapped to Oversee U.S. Securities Market, 100 Billion Daily Financial Market Events appeared first on WebProNews.

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