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Heute ging der 227ste Livestream online, mehr zum Engagement gab’s im 200sten Livestream:
„Apple Says App Store Set Single-Day Spending Record of $386 Million on New Year’s Day – Apple has marked the close of a ‚historic 2019‘ for its services offerings with a press release celebrating Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple News+ and Apple Card, as well as the continued success of its App Store, Apple Music, and iCloud.“MacRumors
„TikTok vulnerability could have let hackers access users’ videos – Check Point Research says it was able to spoof text messages to users that appeared to come from TikTok … Check Point says it notified TikTok’s parent company about the security vulnerabilities in November, and the app has since fixed the problem. … Oded Vanunu, the lead researcher on Check Point’s report, said an app like TikTok – which is close to 1.5 billion global users in just two and a half years since launching outside of China – is a ripe target for hackers because of the amount of data and potentially private information being transferred.“The Verge
Quibi oder: 10 Minuten!?
„Quibi raises $400 million to make more bite-sized shows – Quibi, which is short for “quick bites” of video, aims to sell subscriptions to millennials and tell stories in bite-size chapters in 10 minutes or less. Its chairman is studio mogul Jeffrey Katzenberg and its investors include major studios such as Walt Disney Co. and WarnerMedia. … Quibi charges $4.99 for its service with ads and $7.99 a month without ads. Its videos are an eclectic mix, including long-form narratives distributed in short chapters, reality programs, documentaries and food shows, as well as daily news programs targeting millennials from NBC News. In its first year Quibi expects to roll out 175 shows and 8,500 episodes.“LA Times
Lightspeed kauft Gastrofix
„Lightspeed to acquire Germany’s Gastrofix to snag more European customers – Lightspeed POS is set to acquire German POS systems developer Gastrofix. The purchase would mark Lightspeed’s largest acquisition to date, with the company spending more than $131 million CAD on the deal. – The purchase will allow Lightspeed to obtain more than 8,000 of Gastrofix’s European customer locations, expand to key regions across Europe, and solidify a stronger presence in Germany, Austria, and Norway.“Betakit
„Firefox gets patch for critical zeroday that’s being actively exploited – Flaw allows attackers to access sensitive memory locations that are normally off-limits.“Ars Technica