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Facebook gave RBC, other companies preferential access to users' data, documents showFacebook gave RBC, other companies preferential access to users' data, documents show

But the day it published, Kwon was apparently chatting with other Facebook staffers about how the company could vacuum up the call logs of its users without the Android operating system getting in the way by asking for the user for specific permission, according to confidential Facebook documents released today by the British Parliament.

World Bank Doubling Aid to Poor Countries Adapting to Climate ChangeWorld Bank Doubling Aid to Poor Countries Adapting to Climate Change

He told the gathering that the "collapse of our civilizations and the extinction of much of the natural world is on the horizons" if no urgent action is taking against global warming.

Rudy Giuliani Accidently Lends Trump's Haters a Hand, Leaves Twitter LaughingRudy Giuliani Accidently Lends Trump's Haters a Hand, Leaves Twitter Laughing

Before he took office, Trump named Giuliani a cybersecurity adviser. "Out of control!Supervision please?"Rudy Giuliani became the latest conservative to lash out at Twitter, accusing it of allowing someone to "invade my text" after he fell victim to a prank unrelated to the social media company.

Snapdragon 855 is the first mobile platform to support multi-gigabit 5GSnapdragon 855 is the first mobile platform to support multi-gigabit 5G

Consumer-ready 5G networks have yet to be deployed in earnest in the US, but Qualcomm is getting ahead of the curve by announcing its latest processor and modem so that it can be integrated into upcoming smartphones as the first networks go live.

'Flawless': NASA's InSight explorer lands safely on Mars'Flawless': NASA's InSight explorer lands safely on Mars

The self-hammering mole will burrow 16 feet (5 meters) down to measure the planet's internal heat, while the ultra-high-tech seismometer listens for possible marsquakes.

Mobile wallet Ipaymu and QR codes increase sales in Indonesia

Nowadays the majority of payment transactions in Indonesia are conducted by means of cash. However, modern technical solutions soon will be able to change this situation. Recently an e-wallet Ipaymu was introduced to citizens of the country, which will help to draw attention of smartphone users with the possibility to make mobile payments by means of QR technologies and will probably increase the popularity of cashless payments.

QR codes are used for medical purposes

QR codes have gained popularity around the world. They are used in all spheres of a human activity, helping him to get quick access to the information of his interest, for convenience of making purchases and payment of bank receipts.

New opportunities with the mobile wallet of FIS based on QR codes

Mobile payments become popular around the world. Many banks and financial institutions create special applications for smartphones due to which clients can make transactions by means of their mobile devices.

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