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Twitter will no longer destroy the quality of uploaded JPEGs

dims?crop=5000%2C3330%2C0%2C762&quality=Twitter is making some changes to the way it processes image uploads, and photographers on the platform are delighted. According to Twitter engineer Nolan O’Brien, JPEG encoding will now be preserved in images uploaded to Twitter via the web. Previou…

The article ‘ Twitter will no longer destroy the quality of uploaded JPEGs ‘ Previously Appeared on: https://www.engadget.com/2019/12/11/twitter-destroy-quality-uploaded-jpegs/

Twitter will fund development of an open social media standard

dims?crop=5760%2C3603%2C0%2C0&quality=85Twitter is funding a team to develop an open and decentralized standard for social media. CEO Jack Dorsey announced the effort, called Bluesky, today. In a series of tweets, Dorsey said Twitter will fund a “small independent team” of up to five open…

The article ‘ Twitter will fund development of an open social media standard ‘ Previously Appeared on: https://www.engadget.com/2019/12/11/twitter-open-social-media-standard/

Chrome will now warn you if your password’s been stolen as soon as you type it in

Chrome will now warn you if your password's been stolen as soon as you type it in

Unless you’re a super conscientious internet user with password managers and two-factor authentication out the wazoo, it’s highly likely you’re still using a couple of logins that have been compromised in data breaches. 

You know you should use unique passwords for everything all the time, you’ve checked HaveIBeenPwned.com when you read about a major data breach, changed your Gmail or Facebook password when prompted — but ultimately you’ve kind of accepted a certain amount of regular pwnage as a fact of your digital life.

Now, Google has announced that Chrome will make it a bit easier to clean up your compromised credentials as you find them. Read more…

More about Google Chrome, Password Security, Tech, and Cybersecurity

The article ‘ Chrome will now warn you if your password’s been stolen as soon as you type it in ‘ Previously Appeared on: https://mashable.com/article/google-chrome-password-data-compromise-feature/

Working with Vector Graphics on macOS

guide-to-vector-editing-macos-hero.jpgVector graphics are almost like normal images. They’re just slightly different, and it’s enough to make them confusing to plenty of folks. Let’s describe the best way to work with vector graphics in macOS and the solutions to common problems that first-time graphic editors can run into. What Are Vector Graphics? While vector graphics show graphic content, they are not images – they’re math. Vector graphics are represented by the complex interactions of multiple mathematical formulas and calculations. These are used to flawlessly describe the boundaries of shape and color, no matter how complex. Bitmaps or raster graphics like JPG and PNG use points… Read more

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The article ‘ Working with Vector Graphics on macOS ‘ Previously Appeared on: https://www.maketecheasier.com/working-with-vector-graphics-macos/

WhatsApp down: Messaging app hit by outage amid news it will stop working for millions of users

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In 2020, the app won’t be compatible with older iPhones and Android phones

The article ‘ WhatsApp down: Messaging app hit by outage amid news it will stop working for millions of users ‘ Previously Appeared on: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/whatsapp-down-outage-not-working-down-status-facebook-a9241326.html

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