Google Chrome is trying to help its browser users have better peace of mind when surfing the web. To that end, the Chrome browser is introducing several new privacy-related features. However, they’re aimed at making privacy easy to understand and use. Before you check these features out, know that they apply only to Google Chrome on Android, Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS, and they’re still being released as of writing. So don’t panic if it’s not yet updated on your end! Per-site permissions The Lock icon to the left of the address bar not only keeps track of the website’s permissions to your information, but it now lets you toggle permissions too. For example, you can disable permissions to certain features, like Camera or Location - it all depends on what the website is asking for and whether you’re comfortable enough to share access. A future update by Google will add the ability to delete that website from your browsing history directly from that Lock icon. Android ... » Learn More about Google Chrome introduces per-site permissions, new privacy shortcuts, and additional phishing detection
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The following is our exclusive weekly feature in which we ask our readers a news topical question and then give you a week to answer it on our various channels, compiling a diverse range of answers and opinions to present to you, our valued readers. Last week, we asked you the following: Reader Talkback: What do you think about Chonburi becoming a maximum control zone and getting tougher restrictions? Some context around the question: This week, we are going to choose the biggest topic on most people’s minds, Chonburi becoming a maximum control zone, or dark red, effective tomorrow, July 20th, 2021 until further notice. This announcement brings a number of tough new restrictions, measures, closures, and other rules. Officials claim the move will help prevent Covid-19 in the province as cases have steadily been rising for the most part regionally. The decision was, it is to be noted, made by the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration, or CCSA, with the central ... » Learn More about Reader Talkback Results: What do you think about Chonburi becoming a maximum control zone and getting tougher restrictions?
Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) will begin allowing businesses to showcase products for sale at the top of their profile page, the social networking company said on Wednesday (July 28), as it seeks to grab a piece of the lucrative online shopping world. The San Francisco-based company is following in the footsteps of larger rival Facebook Inc (FB.O), which opened a "Shops" feature last year to let consumers purchase products directly through Facebook and Instagram. Twitter said it will begin testing the new shopping feature with "a handful of brands" in the United States. ALSO READ: Twitter says it will shut down disappearing 'Fleets' feature Users can scroll through a carousel of products at the top of the brand's profile. The customer can tap on a product, and then pay through the retailer's website. The test is a renewed attempt to offer shopping on Twitter. The company previously experimented with a "Buy Now" button and product pages in 2015. ... » Learn More about Twitter begins testing shopping feature on brand profile pages
Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg At age two, Norshahira Bte Amat Paiman was hit in her right eye by a toy gun while playing with friends. Norshahira, who is known as Shahira, has lived since then without sight in one eye, but her troubles didn't end there. Years after the accident, she began to experience "terrible headaches". As a secondary school student, she was diagnosed with glaucoma, a condition affecting the optic nerve. The painful headaches had to be kept under control with the help of special eye drops, as well as laser surgeries to reduce the pressure on her eye. But her condition continued to worsen over the years — in 2019, she developed a corneal abscess and a corneal ulcer. "I was experiencing very bad pain — terrible, terrible pain," says Shahira, now 31, explaining that the pain disrupted daily life. It wasn't just physical pain that made her condition unsustainable — the eyedrops Shahira had to use to ... » Learn More about S’porean ocularist shares how she makes prosthetic eyes for patients who lose their sight
It’s that time of the year again — no, it’s not National Day season, it’s the BTO Launch that’s happening in August 2021. The timing of this BTO launch seems so apt considering we’re going back to lockdown again, and that means tolerating the people we live with for yet another month. Wouldn’t it be so nice to have your own place for a change? If your answer is yes, you might want to read on to make your first steps towards home ownership — with the August 2021 BTO offerings in Tampines, Hougang, Queenstown, Jurong East and Kallang/Whampoa. HDB BTO launch August 2021 overview HDB BTO Nearest MRT Units available Flat types Tampines Tampines West 2,140 2-room Flexi 3-room 4-room 5-room Hougang Bartley / Kovan 1,320 2-room Flexi 3-room 4-room 5-room Queenstown Queenstown 610 3-room 4-room Jurong East Jurong East 560 2-room Flexi 3-room 4-room ... » Learn More about HDB BTO launch August 2021 review: Tampines, Hougang, Jurong East, Queenstown and Boon Keng