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Google Photos: These are the new features

Google Photos: These are the new features

Google Photos gets innovations. Google calls it spring cleaning — to make it easier for users to find what they're looking for, update the layout to show a grid (or list) that you can quickly filter by type (albums, shared albums, favorites, device folders) and then sort. Below the album grid, in addition ...

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Myki: Password manager is closing

Myki: Password manager is closing

We have presented you with numerous password managers over the years, the most used are certainly 1Password, Bitwarden, Enpass, SafeInCloud and the KeePass-compatible among our readers. We first mentioned Myki, the password manager without a cloud, in 2018. Anyway, he'll be closing soon. April 10th is ...

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eufy Security Video Doorbell Dual startet in Deutschland

eufy Security Video Doorbell Dual startet in Deutschland

The eufy brand, which belongs to Anker, has a whole bunch of cameras on offer. HomeKit in particular is worth taking a look at, as indoor solutions allow you to let certified cameras into the house at quite a reasonable price. But eufy also has "normal" cameras with and without their own base and video ...

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Thalia informs customers about "hacker attack"

Thalia informs customers about "hacker attack"

Dramatic image showing why hackers have bad eyesight. Friends, think about the right lighting! On the morning of January 20, 2022, the online shop thalia.de was the victim of a hacker attack. The company is currently informing affected customers via email. Interestingly, Thalia writes as if it was ...

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Google Drive: Banners warn of suspicious files

Google Drive: Banners warn of suspicious files

Google Drive gives you the option to back up files to the cloud. All our readers probably know that, because the service is z. B. also under Android the backup option for WhatsApp, so that even absolute laypeople come across the service there at the latest. As Google has now confirmed, a warning banner ...

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Synology Surveillance Station 9.0 released as Beta

Synology Surveillance Station 9.0 released as Beta

A NAS from Synology cannot just be a clumsy data grab, you can do quite a lot with the devices. For example, record streams from cameras. This works via the Surveillance Station – and I have already described how it works a number of times in recent years. Now, Synology Surveillance Station 9.0 has been ...

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Google: Regular data backup via Google Takeout

Google: Regular data backup via Google Takeout

A little reminder of features that you might not have in the back of your mind. Many Google accounts contain an immense amount of data, sometimes a digital existence is attached to some of them. Now you could say: "It's your own fault", but that's not the point here. This is for Google ...

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Safari: Apple is working on a fix for the WebKit bug

Safari: Apple is working on a fix for the WebKit bug

Recently we reported about a bug in Safari involving the integration of IndexedDB's API, which is created by each website on your client. It is precisely this error that enables websites to read information from other websites and thus theoretically get to your identity via social engineering and ...

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Synology: Finder integration on Mac with Universal Search

Synology: Finder integration on Mac with Universal Search

If you own a Synology NAS and access it from macOS, then you probably know that the Finder can search mounted folders, but then only presents you with search results based on the file name. This is perhaps impractical for documents, since many users could sometimes find themselves in the embarrassment of ...

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QNAP closes critical vulnerabilities

QNAP closes critical vulnerabilities

Even with QNAP you can't get any rest. The manufacturer of NAS solutions has announced that a number of vulnerabilities have been closed. Many of these vulnerabilities are rated High in severity. They are listed under CVE-2021-38677, CVE-2021-38678, CVE-2021-38682, CVE-2021-38689, CVE-2021-38690, ...