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X Rolls Out Passkeys Support to iPhone Users Worldwide
Apr 09, 2024
X, formerly Twitter, has extended support for passkeys as a login option for iPhone users across the globe, the company has announced. Passkeys support was introduced by X earlier this year, but the option was limited to iOS users based in the United States. Now anyone on the social media platform can use them. Passkeys are both easier to use and more secure than passwords because they let users sign in to apps and sites the same way they unlock their devices: With Face ID, Touch ID, or a device passcode. Passkeys are also resistant to online attacks like phishing, making them more secure than things like SMS one-time codes. Apple integrated passkeys into iOS in 2022 with the launch of iOS 16, and it is also available in iPadOS 16.1 and later as well as macOS Ventura and later. To set up passkeys in X on ‌iPhone‌, follow these steps: Log in to the X app. Click Your account in the navigation bar. Select Settings and privacy, then click Security and account access, then Security. Under Additional password protection, click Passkey. Enter your password when prompted. Select Add a passkey and follow the prompts. Update: Passkeys is now available as a login option for everyone globally on iOS! Try it out.https://t.co/v1LyN0l8wF— Safety (@Safety) April 8, 2024 X is just one of several companies to implement support for passkeys in recent months, with other supporting apps and websites including Google, PayPal, Best Buy, eBay, Dashlane, and Microsoft.Tags: Twitter, PasskeysThis article, "X Rolls Out Passkeys Support to iPhone Users Worldwide" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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'Two French fries short of a Happy Meal': MTG ridiculed on The View for latest theory
Apr 08, 2024
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) proclaimed last week that an earthquake in the northeastern United States Friday, followed by today's solar eclipse, was a "sign from God." It sent "The View" co-hosts into peals of laughter and mockery. The panelists were quick with jokes recalling Donald Trump embracing the 2017 eclipse by staring directly at the sun without protective glasses while his staff yelled for him not to look directly because it could permanently damage eyes. "Maybe that's what's wrong with him," quipped Sunny Hostin. ALSO READ: A criminologist explains why keeping Trump from the White House is all that matters "Maybe that explains things," agreed Alyssa Farah Griffin, who served as Trump's communications director. "With the earthquake on Friday and the eclipse today, people are having all sorts of conspiracies about the end of the world. And then I read online that the epicenter was actually at Bedminster, New Jersey. Fun fact. So it originated with Trump." Another thing Hostin said is that there's a new cycle of cicadas coming this summer. Each generation of cicadas surfaces either every 13 years or every 17 years. There are those who believe that the Rapture is coming due to the confluence of events. Trump even used the eclipse to promote himself, showing his profile plunging the Earth into darkness in an ad. Whoopi Goldberg explained that all of these events happen all the time and it isn't an indication of anything ending the world. While the solar eclipse is making its way across the U.S. in 2024, it happens annually in various parts of the world. For example, there was a total solar eclipse in Antarctica on Dec. 4, 2021. That same day, the Semeru volcano erupted. All the while, the COVID-19 pandemic continued to plague the world. The Oxford High School shooter's parents were also arrested that day. Still, the confluence of events prompted Greene to tell the world that they must repent because all of the events happening at the same time meant God was displeased with the world. "I hope she listens," shaded Hostin after reading MTG's tweet. "She needs to listen, anyway.""She better listen," agreed Joy Behar. "That woman is two french fries short of a Happy Meal."The frequently used euphemism for stupidity or mental unfitness is similar to saying "a can short of a six-pack," "a quart low," "the elevator doesn't go all the way to the top," "the meatballs are sliding off the spaghetti," and "a few fruitloops short a bowl."See the comments from the co-hosts in the video below or at the link here.
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Marjorie Taylor Greene praises Russia for fighting Mike Johnson's 'war on Christianity'
Apr 08, 2024
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) praised Russia while suggesting Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) was responsible for a "war on Christianity" in Ukraine. During an appearance on Steve Bannon's War Room podcast on Monday, Greene was asked about Johnson's plans to provide supplemental funding to Ukraine. "There's actually going to be a component when he finally releases this bill. What I'm hearing will be about taking the frozen assets of the Russian people, stealing them, seizing them, converting them into dollars and get them to the Ukrainians," Bannon said of Johnson's plans. Greene said she had planned to meet with Johnson on Friday but backed out at the last minute. "Well, I texted him on Friday, and I told him I would not be speaking to him on Friday and that I had to talk to my district and my constituents first at the town hall tonight," she explained. "He's talking about, you know, confiscating assets from the Russian people just like you said. Well, that's pretty much illegal. They're having a lot of problems with that, and Europe does not want to do it. And that's where most of those assets are." ALSO READ: MAGA congressional candidate: Michelle Obama might be a man, bring back Aunt Jemima "But let's talk about what this really is, Steve, this is a war on Christianity," she continued. "The Ukrainian government is attacking Christians. The Ukrainian government is executing priests. Russia is not doing that." Greene then praised Russia because "they're not attacking Christianity — as a matter of fact, they seem to be protecting it." "I'm not praising Vladimir Putin," she later clarified, without giving any more context to her claims. Watch the video below from Real America's Voice.
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Study reveals up to 11 million tons of plastic polluting ocean floors
Apr 08, 2024
The amount of plastic waste littering the Earth's ocean floors could be up to 100 times the quantity floating on the surface, according to a study published this week.Researchers at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO)—an Australian government agency—and the University of Toronto in Canada found that up to 11 million tons of plastic are polluting the planet's ocean floors, including microplastics and larger objects like fishing nets, cups, and bags."We know that millions of tons of plastic waste enter our oceans every year but what we didn't know is how much of this pollution ends up on our ocean floor," CSIRO senior research scientist and study co-author Denise Hardesty said in a statement. "We discovered that the ocean floor has become a resting place, or reservoir, for most plastic pollution, with between 3 to 11 million tons of plastic estimated to be sinking to the ocean floor."Study leader Alice Zhu, a doctoral candidate at the University of Toronto, said that "the ocean surface is a temporary resting place of plastic so it is expected that if we can stop plastic entering our oceans, the amount would be reduced.""However, our research found that plastic will continue to end up in the deep ocean," Zhu stated. "These findings help to fill a longstanding knowledge gap on the behavior of plastic in the marine environment."“Understanding the driving forces behind the transport and accumulation of plastic in the deep ocean will help to inform source reduction and environmental remediation efforts, thereby reducing the risks that plastic pollution may pose to marine life," she added.The study is part of CSIRO's Ending Plastic Waste program, whose goal is "an 80% reduction in plastic waste entering the Australian environment by 2030."Humans produce approximately 440 million tons of plastics annually, or roughly the combined weight of every person on the planet. Plastic pollution harms not only the environment and ecosystems, but also human health and economies.Plastic use is expected to double by 2040. Negotiations on a global plastics treaty have made little progress amid lobbying by the fossil fuel and petrochemical industries.
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