Online Sense is ICDL Arabia's philanthropic arm aimed at raising public awareness on Cyber Safety.

Twitter – Live Streams on Top of your Timeline

According to a recent statement by Twitter, the social media platform is making it easier to find and watch live broadcasts. When accounts you follow go live, the stream will appear right at the top of your timeline. The new feature will include latest news, personalities and sports.

Will a Web without URLs be Safer?

Can the web exist without URLs? And if so, how do you look for websites? These are some of the fascinating questions that Google is asking as it strives to make you more secure on the World Wide Web. The issue with URLs is that they’re hard to understand, and hackers depend on this confusion to develop fake sites, unleash phishing attacks, spread false information or malicious software.

New WhatsApp Dark Mode Coming Soon?

There are many plus points of using a dark theme in apps. The feature will help lessen the strain on one’s eyes while using WhatsApp in the dark or low-light conditions. The new mode may also help save battery life while messaging on the app.

Facebook is making AI that can Identify Offensive Memes

It’s virtually impossible for Facebook’s moderators to look through every image that gets posted on the social networking platform. Therefore, Facebook is an artificial intelligence system to help in moderation. Facebook recently posted an article on its blog, describing its new system called Rosetta. This new AI tool uses machine learning to identify text in images and videos and transcribe it to help Facebook’s machine to ‘read’ the text.

British Airways Hacked with Details of 380,000 Bank Cards Stolen

If you logged into British Airways’ website any time between 2158 GMT on August 21 and 2045 GMT on September 5 chances are that your personal and financial details are at risk. Recently hackers broke into the servers of British Airways and stole data involving 380,000 bank cards. The airline states that personal and financial details of customers making bookings between Aug 21 and Sep 5 were stolen.