Angela Moscaritolo

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Angela Moscaritolo has been a PCMag reporter since January 2012. 
Facebook Wants to Stop People From Stealing Your Profile Pics
Facebook

Facebook Wants to Stop People From Stealing Your Profile Pics

Facebook begins testing new tools in India to give privacy-conscious individuals more control over who can download and share their profile photos.
Facebook Has a New Mission
Facebook

Facebook Has a New Mission

CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company will continue working to 'give people a voice and help people connect,' but this new mission statement takes things a step further.
Hate Your Job? Google Wants to Help You Find a New One.
Google

Hate Your Job? Google Wants to Help You Find a New One.

No more having to visit five different sites to look for job listings: You can now just type 'jobs near me' into Google to see what's available in your area.
Facebook Using AI to Wipe Out Terrorist Accounts
Facebook

Facebook Using AI to Wipe Out Terrorist Accounts

The social network is leveraging AI, in partnership with human expertise, to keep content from groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda off the platform.
Instagram to Crack Down on Shady Sponsored Posts
Instagram

Instagram to Crack Down on Shady Sponsored Posts

The Facebook-owned social network introduced a new branded content tool to help users more easily identify when posts are sponsored.
'Troll Cake' Makes Your Internet Nemesis Eat Their Words
Internet

'Troll Cake' Makes Your Internet Nemesis Eat Their Words

For $35, Troll Cakes will turn your enemy's nasty internet comment into a custom cake and mail it to their home or work.
Tim Cook Says Apple Is Working on 'the Mother of All AI Projects'
Apple

Tim Cook Says Apple Is Working on 'the Mother of All AI Projects'

'Autonomy is something that's incredibly exciting for us, but we'll see where it takes us,' Cook said during a recent interview.
Most Celebs Don't Properly Label Their Instagram Ads
Instagram

Most Celebs Don't Properly Label Their Instagram Ads

Just 7 percent of sponsored posts from the top 50 most followed celebrities on Instagram are in compliance with the FTC's guidelines, according to a new study.
Airbnb Pilot Connects Refugees and Evacuees With Housing
Airbnb

Airbnb Pilot Connects Refugees and Evacuees With Housing

The new pilot platform connects Airbnb hosts with relief organizations that serve refugees, evacuees and other people in need.
Amazon Discounts Prime for Low-Income Shoppers
Amazon

Amazon Discounts Prime for Low-Income Shoppers

Customers with a valid Electronic Benefits Transfer card can get Prime for $5.99 a month.
Waymo Moves in on Uber Again With Self-Driving Truck Plans
Waymo

Waymo Moves in on Uber Again With Self-Driving Truck Plans

The Alphabet-owned company is now looking to integrate its autonomous driving technology into a semi truck.
Google Delaying Some Gmail Messages to Quell Phishing
Google

Google Delaying Some Gmail Messages to Quell Phishing

Google's machine learning model in Gmail 'selectively delays messages … to perform rigorous phishing analysis.'
Hackers Can Use Subtitles to Infect Your Devices
Hackers

Hackers Can Use Subtitles to Infect Your Devices

Researchers from security firm Check Point said 'hundreds of millions' of devices running media players such as VLC, Kodi, Popcorn Time and Stremio are at risk.
Facebook 'Trending' Section Is Getting a Little More Useful
Facebook

Facebook 'Trending' Section Is Getting a Little More Useful

Now, when you click on a trending topic, you'll see a carousel with stories about it.
Apple Wants to Teach You How to Make Apps
Apple

Apple Wants to Teach You How to Make Apps

The full-year curriculum, available as a free download in Apple's iBooks Store, promises to teach students how to 'code and design fully functional apps,' Apple said.
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