MacOS Catalina Causing Problems for Photoshop, and Twitter Using Your Private Information for Ads

MacOS Catalina Causing Problems for Photoshop, and Twitter Using Your Private Information for Ads


Welcome to this week’s
Digital News Roundup I’m back from Holiday,
and have I got news for you!? I’m back from Holiday,
and have I got news for you!? Have I got news for them? Yes, I have news for you! MacOS Catalina is now here, but hold that update if you’re
a Photoshop user! Apple’s latest operating system
released for Macs just a few days ago, but Adobe have highlighted compatibility
issues between Photoshop and Lightroom and recommends holding off
until these issues are resolved… Two stage authentication is great isn’t it? Makes everything so much safer, and… then Twitter uses our
personal numbers to target ads. Wait a second… Twitter announced that it ‘unintentionally’ used
private information for advertising purposes, but that they’re sorry and it
won’t happen again. Will it, Twitter? Find out more than ever before
about your video performance with two new reports within
Google Search Console These reports will help you analyse
how well your videos are doing in search, as well as help you fix any issues Gamers everywhere rejoice The Playstation 5 is due to launch
by Christmas next year The tech giant have kept information on
their new flagship console under wraps, but they have confirmed an
Autumn/Winter 2020 release date better start saving now, I guess! For the first time, YouTube has allowed
political buyers to reserve ad space in the build up to the 2020 US Elections Political ad spent online is
estimated to reach $2.85 in 2020, so it’s no surprise that the Google-owned
YouTube want their slice of the pie. Or just all of the pie. Mmm… Pie. Instagram are making it easier to
spice up your life *cough* Stories… with a new look for its camera UI Options like gifs and stickers
will now be easier to find, which the platform is hoping
will encourage more use. Remember you can read these stories in more
detail by visiting the news section of our website just click the link in the description. Find a button, give us a share
and let’s spread some news. I’ve been Shaun Staunton,
for Digital News Roundup, live at Giant Towers. You reckon this is enough?

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