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  1. Supreme Court rules Facebook text alerts not akin to robocalls © Getty Images The Supreme Court on Thursday sided unanimously with Facebook, ruling that a notification system the social media giant employs to alert users to suspicious logins does not run afoul of a federal law aimed at curbing robocalls and automated text messages. The decision derailed a proposed class-action lawsuit that sought to hold Facebook liable under a 1991 law that imposed a general ban on automated calls. The justices found that Facebook’s opt-in security notific
  2. Apple’s iPhone has an aggravating text notifications bug An iOS 14 bug doesn’t show notifications when some new messages arrive Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge If you’ve noticed that you’re receiving SMS texts and iMessages from people but aren’t getting any notifications about them, you’re not alone. Far from it. I’m one of many people experiencing an annoying bug where messages come through fine — but without any pop-up notification or even the usual red badge to indicate that there’s a new message
  3. How to check your Android phone’s notifications on a Windows PC Your phone and PC can work together if you set them up properly Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge It’s been a long time coming, but Microsoft finally has its own system for managing Android notifications from Windows. This system makes it possible to see notifications from your Android phone on your Windows 10 PC as they arrive and to pull up your entire SMS history along with any pending notifications on demand. You can even reply to messag
  4. How to view your notification history on Android Works on Pixels and other phones with stock Android Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge If you’ve used Android for quite some time, it’s likely you’ve mistakenly swiped away a notification or two for one reason or another. Maybe you’re swiping in a hurry, or you accidentally cleared everything in the notification drawer without meaning to, or maybe you just wonder where all your notifications go and if there’s a historical list of them after you’ve dismissed t
  5. The move comes exactly one week after Pinterest announced a similar initiative. Following on the heels of Pinterest, Facebook is launching a new initiative aimed at combating anti-vaccine misinformation. Moving forward, whenever Facebook users search for vaccine-related content, including through groups and hashtags, the social network will display a card that prompts those individuals to instead obtain information from a credible source. In the US, the notification will direct people to the website for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In other par
  6. Chrome for Android has just solved one of the web's most irritating problems Browser notifications just got less bothersome (Image credit: Shutterstock) Google has added a new experimental option to Chrome for Android, which helps make alerts about site notifications less intrusive. The browser already has some options for customizing how these alerts appear, but the new setting aims (called 'Quieter notification permission prompts') is new for anyone using Chrome Canary on their phone or tablet.
  7. A look at Microsoft Edge's new Quiet Notifications system All modern web browsers support notification APIs that allow sites to push short messages to user devices once the request to accept notifications from that particular site has been accepted by the user. What has been designed as a way for sites to keep users informed, e.g. of new events, auctions that are running out, new articles or tips, has turned into an Internet-wide overload of notification prompts and notifications; many serve no other purpose than to push advertisement to user systems.
  8. Microsoft is aiming to make notification request prompts less annoying Today, Microsoft announced a change that it's making to its Edge browser that should make notification requests a lot less annoying. The change that will make them less annoying is, well, that they're just not going to happen anymore. By default, notifications will be turned off until you turn them on, and this is live with Edge 84. Instead, you'll see the notification bell in the address bar with a red mark on it that indicates that notifications are blocked by default. If you
  9. Chrome to target abusive notification requests beginning in July Starting with Chrome 84 sites that Google thinks traffic in notifications meant to trick users will be blacklisted. LoveGuli / Getty Images Chrome next month will begin to block notifications from sites that Google believes misuse or abuse the privilege of issuing the warnings. Starting with Chrome 84 – scheduled to release July 14 – sites that Google thinks traffic in notifications meant to trick users will be blacklisted. Such sites' notifica
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