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Microsoft Teams Will Soon Remove Meeting Histories for Some Users

Users who aren’t originally invited to a meeting will soon be locked out of the logs.

If you hold Microsoft Teams meetings regularly and you want your attendees to have a full log of everything shared at the meeting, you’ll want to take note of this upcoming update. Soon, Microsoft Teams will remove history privileges from users who weren’t in the original invite.

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What’s Happening With the Update?

You can see the update for yourself over on the Microsoft 365 Roadmap, a handy way to see what Microsoft has planned for its services. For instance, we spotted the Microsoft

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How to Set Up Two-Step Verification on PSN

Two-step verification is an industry-standard in terms of account protection. Here’s how to get it working on PSN.

Two-step verification is an important security feature that’s become standard on most online accounts. You should always enable it when you have the option, and if you’re a PlayStation user, Sony thankfully supports the feature for PlayStation accounts.

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We’ll show you how to start using two-step verification on your PlayStation account right away.

How to Enable Two-Step Verification for PlayStation Accounts

While you can add two-step verification to your PlayStation account on your PS4 or PS5, it’s easier to do using a

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Spotify Buys Podcast Publishing Platform Megaphone

In its bid to become the podcast leader, Spotify has acquired Megaphone as part of its ever-growing portfolio.

Spotify has long dominated the music streaming world, but it’s making big moves when it comes to podcasts. That continues with the recent announcement that Spotify is acquiring Megaphone, a podcast advertising platform that aims to make it simple for publishers to monetize their podcasts.

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Spotify Acquires Megaphone

Megaphone describes itself as “podcast technology for publishers and advertisers”. The service is designed for podcast creators to publish, monetize, and measure their content.

Some brands using Megaphone include Disney, Wall Street Journal, CBS

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Minecraft Fleeceware Scams Millions of Google Play Users

According to digital security experts, Minecraft players who use the Google Play Store to download unofficial third-party apps have come under threat.

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If you download apps related to the extremely popular title, most of which modify the game in some way, you may have opened yourself up to some real-life Creepers and it could be costing you real-life money.

Minecraft Users Get Targeted by Rogue Apps

In a recent press release, Avast has identified several apps that are harmful to Minecraft players and also to a handful of Roblox players.

These apps are also known as fleeceware. Not because they’re

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Samsung Passes Apple as Number One Smartphone Brand in the US

This is the first time in three years that Samsung has been the leader.

There’s a never-ending war raging before our very eyes. The battle for smartphone supremacy in the United States between Samsung and Apple never relents. The two companies always find themselves in the number one and two spots for the most popular smartphone maker in the country. However, which brand comes out ahead tends to shift.

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Or it did. For a while, the two firms were back and forth. For the last three years, Apple has reigned supreme. That has changed today, as Samsung finally found itself

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President Trump to Lose “World Leader” Privileges on Twitter

When Trump leaves office in 2021, his Twitter account will be subject to the same rules that apply to normal accounts.

Starting on January 20th, 2021, US President Donald Trump will lose his “world leader” status on Twitter. Trump’s account and Tweets will soon be subject to removal if he breaks Twitter’s policies.

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Trump’s Loses His “Free Pass” on Twitter

Joe Biden has won the US presidential election, and President Trump will be out of the White House in January 2021.

Since assuming office, President Trump’s Twitter account has been protected by Twitter’s public interest policies that apply to world

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