Computer architecture

Turkish firm develops safe videoconference software

Turkey's one of the largest defense companies Havelsan developed an indigenous and safe videoconference software, named Diyalog.

The use of videoconference software rose sharply after the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, which caused lockdowns globally.

The high demand for this software also revealed some security problems.

Twitter Axes Thousands of Accounts ‘Promoting Serbia’s Ruling Party’

Twitter has removed almost 9,000 accounts that were "working to promote Serbia's ruling party", the Serbian Progressive Party, it said on Thursday.

"Toward the end of last year, we identified clusters of accounts engaged in inauthentic coordinated activity which led to the removal of 8,558 accounts working to promote Serbia's ruling party and its leader," Twitter announced.

Google Launched the New Version of Android 11

It improves the security of the storage and transmission of information.

Google has launched the new version of Android 11 for application developers earlier than expected, TASS reports.

The news agency notes that the company launched the new version earlier than intended, so that its first users can evaluate the innovation in advance and indicate if there are any bugs.

Apple to miss revenue target due to coronavirus

The smart-device giant Apple announced that its revenues are expected to underperform in the first three months of 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak in China.

Following the epidemic, Apple was forced to close its plants and several stores in the virus-hit country and this situation will constrain global iPhone supply temporarily, the firm said on Feb. 17.