macOS Big Sur
Mandatory privacy policies and opt-out tracking for "all apps" is very cool. Self-reported but... y'know.
LMAO the Apple Watch times your hand washing and LISTENS to make sure you're actually washing your hands. Creepiest thing I've ever heard.
native sleep tracking 🎉
Universal Search is literally just Spotlight. iPadOS is becoming macOS more and more by the day.
Thank god, incoming calls aren't fullscreen anymore
THREE new memoji stickers, they have outdone themselves this year.
A list of substantial, commercial-or-social-good mainstream websites which provide onion services.
completely offline translate app is actually pretty cool, think it'll be anywhere close to google translate?
Is the Whonix project run by fascists? https://micahflee.com/2020/06/is-the-whonix-project-run-by-fascists/
I know this has probably been spread around multiple times, but fuck it, let's do it once more!
Guys! There's a (currently!) 743 items big bundle for just $5 on itch.io. All money collected from it will be going to #Charity for #BlackLivesMatter.
Like #VideoGames? Of course you do! So go grab this, and please get it for much more than just $5.
And if you are a #GameDev, submissions are still open, so please contribute!
We now have our own Matrix homeserver, and it is running on #RockPro64 hardware just like the rest of our online infrastructure! All our discussion/support channels have been moved to it as their main address.
Did I also mention it's open for user registration? 😊
Just shows what Google can do with an endless amount of user generated data.
The creepier aspect of this is that a law-enforcement-grade recognition software is being compared to a free photos service being used by millions of Google customers in the first place 😧
Want a demo of how powerful surveillance systems used by police force are? Here’s practically Google Photos object/face detection applied to hours of video surveillance.
This can sort by things like Red Pickup Trucks, or women with backpacks. #privacy
Wow, who could possibly have seen this coming? From a browser designed around peddling cryptocurrency? I am incredibly shocked.
So when you are using the @firstname.lastname@example.org browser and type in "binance[.]us" you end up getting redirected to "binance[.]us/en?ref=35089877" - I see what you did there mates 😂