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Weekly Newsletter 17th May 2019

Hello, Have you heard about the spyware attack that worried many Facebook’s Whatsapp users? According to Mike Campin, vice president of engineering at Wandera, this problem is deeply worrying and shows how even the most trusted mobile apps and platforms can be vulnerable. Read more about this alarming news in this article. Are you one […]

Tech Meetups Weekly Newsletter 19th April 2019

Weekly Newsletter 19th April 2019

Hello, Have you heard the latest issue that threatens to break the internet? You can no longer easily repost content on social media sites such as Facebook and Google because these platforms are now directly held liable for violating the rights of copyright holders. This means that user-generated platforms like Facebook and Google will reinforce […]

TechMeetUps Newsletter - April 5

Weekly Newsletter 5th April 2019

Hello, See our latest find: “Apple on Monday announced a raft of new services, including original TV programming and news and magazine offerings, at an event held at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California.” It comes from this article. What do you think about these new services? BTW – We have NEW Jobseekers ticket […]

TECHMEETUPS NEWSLETTER MARCH 8TH 2019

TECHMEETUPS NEWSLETTER MARCH 8TH 2019

Hello, As a mother we always want the best for our kids. Making sure they have the best education for them to have a better future. See our latest find: “Learning to code, regardless of the path a child chooses to take, is crucial today. Research shows us that this knowledge will be important in [...]
TECHMEETUPS NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 14TH 2019

TECHMEETUPS NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 14TH 2019

Hello, See our latest find: “The e-ticketing systems of eight airlines, including Southwest Airlines and Dutch carrier KLM, have a vulnerability that can expose passengers' personally identifiable information (PII), mobile security vendor Wandera reported Wednesday.” It comes from this article. How alarming is this for you? How do you think we could protect our privacy? [...]