Google CEO Sundar Pichai through his latest tweet has announced one of the biggest news updates related to Google Earth.

Google Earth’s “Timelapse” feature offers a 4D experience of how time unfolds.

Also, one can witness all global changes that took place over the past 4 decades through Timelapse.

24 million satellite photos taken over the past 37 years were provided by the US Geological Survey, NASA, European Space Agency, and the European Commission.

NASA’s Earth Science Director Karen St Germain told that the NASA-Google partnership is to explore connections with nonprofit organizations and the commercial sector.

This is one…

Apple is into a new study to find out if Apple Watch, iPhone, and other Apple devices can detect COVID-19.

The tech giant has collaborated with a team of researchers from two major organizations.

The University of Washington and the Seattle Flu Study have joined hands with Apple in its endeavor.

According to Apple Insider, Apple initially announced the experiment at the Time Flies in September last year.

However, it has launched the study only recently.

The Seattle Flu is recruiting people from the greater Seattle area.

Through the website, the Seattle Flu has revealed people “may have higher than…

As per this WhatsApp user data statistics, there are 2 billion+ WhatsApp users across the world.

India alone accounts for 340 million WhatsApp users making it to the top of the WhatsApp users list.

After India, come on the list, Brazil and the United States.

These countries occupied the 2nd and the 3rd positions respectively among the leading WhatsApp user countries.

After updating its privacy policy, WhatsApp is facing a good amount of backlash.

Are you one of the millions of WhatsApp users?

Then you might not be happy with WhatsApp’s Privacy Policy 2021.

Here are the reasons.

Leads to Excessive Data Collection

WhatsApp’s privacy…

A VPN kill switch is like an on-off feature.

Your VPN connection may drop unwarned.

Then there lies a chance of your sensitive data getting exposed.

Then VPN kill switch disconnects the internet from your computer, tablet, or phone.

And protects your information being exposed.

How Does a VPN Kill Switch Work?

So, how does it work?

Well, VPN kill switch works in 4 simple stages and they are:

  • It monitors internet connection by scanning IP address
  • Detects changes that might interrupt VPN’s functioning
  • VKS either blocks apps or your entire device from getting access to the internet

How to Manually Setup VPN Kill Switch on Windows

Do you want to set up a kill switch…

Marketing automation defines the process of automating repetitive marketing tasks.

This process encompasses software solutions that help nurture leads through CRM and CDP software.

CRM means Customer Relationship Management and CDP stands for Customer Data Platform.

Marketers leverage these platforms to personalize and fast-forward marketing content.

It’s a way of business for some of the gigantic software businesses, such as Bloomreach, Adobe, Oracle, and Salesforce, to name a few.

Marketing automation is originally about email marketing automation.

The software platforms are mainly focused on inbound marketing to streamline sales.

The tools increase efficiency by reducing human errors and replacing high-touch manual tasks with automated workflows.

Marketers use marketing automation software in 4 areas of their marketing campaigns:

  • Planning
  • Managing
  • Coordinating
  • Measuring

Originally published at on April 12, 2021.

Before you purchase a VPN, do some research on which ones have good online reviews and how VPN works.

Ideally, your VPN must have:

  • Support for many devices
  • Numerous unique IP addresses
  • Lots of servers and server locations

However, most of the VPNs provide support for selective devices, and not for all. Also, VPNs vary in terms of how private they actually are.

Few other factors to consider before choosing a VPN are:


Make sure the VPN doesn’t share or collect your personal information. Read the privacy policy of the VPN to find related information. …

You don’t need to purchase a VPN if:

  • You use HTTPS websites while surfing the web because they encrypt your traffic
  • You’re using your home WiFi or cellular data

However, you should use a VPN while:

  • you’re using public WiFi, such as the WiFi of supermarkets, coffee shops, etc. Because public WiFi is more prone to be hacked.
  • You’re using an app since you have no idea of the app traffic being encrypted or not

WORD OF CAUTION: This study shows, researchers have found that 5.5% of the 10,000 most popular websites (with HTTPS), have security issues.

So, if you’re on a business trip and you need public WiFi, it’s better to use a VPN for ensuring safety.

Originally published at on April 12, 2021.

While being concerned about privacy, if VPN could steal your passwords is an important matter to consider.

  • Your passwords can be stolen if HTTP connections are made. In such cases, the VPN will see your passwords. If HTTPS connections to websites are built, the VPN cannot see your passwords.
  • Malicious VPNs steal passwords by installing malware when the passwords are typed into the web browser. So, use reputable VPNs. Always follow the customer reviews given online.

Below mentioned tips are a must-read for protecting your passwords while you’re using VPNs.

  1. Use a reputable VPN
  2. Try to avoid free VPNs
  3. Avoid…

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network.

VPN is getting its share of popularity because it provides privacy and security to a user.

Let’s see 3 major benefits of VPN that you should know.

✔️Work from Anywhere

Who doesn’t like to work without going to the office?

VPN is a real network. It can be accessed from anywhere. Also, your data is always protected with a VPN.

✔️Avoid Data-Throttling

Often internet service providers slow down your internet speed after some amount of data being used. Such malpractices can be avoided by using a VPN.

ISPs place caps on your data so that other customers get maximum…

A week into the data leak of 500 million Facebook users — the LinkedIn data leak is confirmed.

Yes, we have another data breach report, and this time it’s LinkedIn.

LinkedIn is a Microsoft-owned professional networking platform.

A massive data leak has been reported related to LinkedIn users’ profiles recently.

How Severe is the Data Leak?

500 million LinkedIn users’ data were scraped by the hackers and put to sale.

Another 2 million data records were leaked as a proof-of-concept on a hacker forum.

CyberNews reported that four leaked files contain full names of the LinkedIn users, LinkedIn IDs, phone…

Suparna Ganguly

Professional Freelance Content Writer from India

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