Google Project Zero, Slack is back, rebranded Microsoft Store, SanDisk dual drive flash drive, Apple rented movie for 48hrs

Google Project Zero Finds 17 Bugs in Safari

Google's Project Zero, the security team has a testing tool called Domato which used to find dozens of security bugs in popular Web browsers. Domato has found 31 security bugs in Chrome, Firefox, Safari and other browsers. But while there were only a handful bugs spotted in most of the browsers, Safari was an outlier with over 17 bugs.

Slack is back after outage 

Team collaboration service Slack is down for long time. Numerous users reported connectivity issues when attempting to access Slack app on mobile, desktop, or through their website on Friday.

Windows Store rebranded to Microsoft Store

Microsoft rebranded its Store as Microsoft Store. Company has not officially unveiled the new branding, but the Microsoft Store naming is identical for the both retail stores and online store.



331 million domain names are registered on the Internet

The Internet has grown to 331 million registered domain name. According to VeriSign, more than 1.3 million domain name registered across the globe in the second quarter of 2017.

SanDisk dual drive flash drive launched in India

SanDisk launched a new flash drive in India. It is a dual drive smartphone storage device for Android users who need some extra storage on-the-go. The new flash drive ranges from 16GB to 128GB in capacity and start at Rs. 700.

Apple now lets you watch a rented movie for 48hrs

Apple extended the rented movie period from 24hrs to 48hrs. The clock starts when you begin watching rented content, you still have 30 days to hit the play button. Movies can be watched as many times as you’d like within 48hrs.

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