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Google delays Android 11 Beta Launch Amid Protest in US
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Google delays Android 11 Beta Launch Amid Protest in US

San Francisco, May 31, 2020: Google has apparently delayed the launch of the Android 11 Beta version as several US cities are currently under protests over the death of George Floyd in Minnesota. The tech giant earlier planned to showcase new features in Android 11 on June 3. "We are excited to tell you more about Android 11, but now is not the time to celebrate," tweeted Android''s developer account. "We are postponing the June 3rd event and beta release. We''ll be back with more on Android 11, soon," it added. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has activated "full mobilization" of the National Guard after four straight nights of violent protests in the US state's biggest city of Minneapolis over the death of Floyd, an unarmed black man, in police custody. In New York, officials ...
Hackers Release Jailbreak tool to Unlock iPhones
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Hackers Release Jailbreak tool to Unlock iPhones

The latest tool released by an unknown hacker team can unlock any iPhone that runs iOS 11 and above, according to the TechCrunch report. A new tool is known as “jailbreak” that allows even the users of the latest version of iOS to install any software they want. Though Apple prohibits its users from using any unauthorized apps through its “walled garden” approach to iPhones. But hackers work hard to build these jailbreak tools to breach those restrictions by exploiting previously undisclosed vulnerability in iOS. However, there is no guarantee that this jailbreak will work forever as Apple works fast to close these patching flaws create by the Jailbreak making team. The vulnerability the hackers build in the latest jailbreak tool is unknown. However, Security experts of iPh...
Sony to Launch World’s First AI based Intelligent Sensors
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Sony to Launch World’s First AI based Intelligent Sensors

TOKYO, May 14, 2020-- Sony Corporation announced the upcoming release of two models of intelligent vision sensors, the first image sensors in the world to be equipped with AI processing functionality.  Including AI processing functionality on the image sensor itself enables high-speed edge AI processing and extraction of only the necessary data, which, when using cloud services, reduces data transmission latency, minimizes any privacy concerns, and reduces power consumption and communication costs. These products expand the opportunities to develop AI-equipped cameras, enabling a diverse range of applications in the retail and industrial equipment industries and contributing to building optimal systems that link with the cloud. The new sensor products feature a stacked configurat...
Buying a VPN? Here are 5 Things to Look For
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Buying a VPN? Here are 5 Things to Look For

VPNs have become quite popular especially due to the increase in surveillance, data breaches, geo-restrictions, censorships, etc. Having a good VPN can, therefore, go a long way in keeping your online activities private and secure, as well as enhancing your daily life by offering you internet freedom. However, there are hundreds of products in the market that you can choose from. This makes it hard to decide the right product for you, but there are some basic features everyone should look for. Unfortunately, most of these features are only found in premium VPNs. And although there are some great and truly free VPN providers, most of them are still out there to make money and may not provide you with the best experience. 1.      Speed VPNs usually have an effect on your speeds ...
Google developing its own Smart Debit Card
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Google developing its own Smart Debit Card

US-based online Search giant Google is working on to develop its own smart debit card which can work physical and virtual both. According to Techcrunch, Google is currently developing its own virtual debit and credit cards which will be associated with Gpay accounts of users. Users can purchase things with a card, mobile phone or online. The card will attach with Google payment service which known as Google pay has 67 million users across the globe. The card will connect to a Google pay app that will allow users to monitor purchases, check account balance or lock their account. To make the card payment work, Google partners with several banks which include CITI and Stanford Federal Credit Union. After launch, Google Pay will directly compete with Apple's own virtual pa...
Apple rolls out cheaper iPhone SE Costing $399
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Apple rolls out cheaper iPhone SE Costing $399

Apple is releasing a new iPhone that will be vastly cheaper than the models it rolled out last fall at a time when the economy was booming and the pandemic had yet to force people to rethink their spending. The second-generation iPhone SE introduced Wednesday will sell for as little as $399, a 40% markdown from the most affordable iPhone 11 unveiled last year. Higher-end versions of the iPhone 11 sell for more than $1,000. Online orders for the iPhone SE will begin Friday, with the first deliveries expected April 24. Even before the pandemic, many people had begun to balk at the substantial price tags for smartphones that weren't that much better than the ones they already owned. That pushed Apple to step up its emphasis on music and video services to the more than 1 billion people ...
What Is Endpoint Security For Your Business?
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What Is Endpoint Security For Your Business?

Security is an issue that all business owners need to carefully consider. This will include physical security such as CCTV cameras and intruder alarms, but in today’s digital age the larger threat is cybercrime, which is a huge and growing problem. There are constantly stories of large corporations and government agencies being targeted by cybercriminals, but it is not just these larger organizations that are being targeted; small companies are frequently targeted because it is thought that there will not be adequate protection in place.  Cybercrime is the biggest threat to modern-day business and there are constantly new threats being developed which is why endpoint security has become a priority for all companies. Endpoint Security Defined So, what exactly is endpoint security?...
Samsung S20 Launch, First AI and 5G based Galaxy Smartphone
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Samsung S20 Launch, First AI and 5G based Galaxy Smartphone

Samsung has unveiled Galaxy S20, a new series of flagship devices featuring 5G and artificial intelligence camera technology, to strengthen its position in the high-end smartphone market. "As we enter this new decade, 5G will completely change how we communicate... Galaxy S20 variants - Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra - come with 5G connectivity," Samsung Electronics President and Head of Mobile Communications Business TM Roh said in a statement. The company said Galaxy S20 series introduces artificial intelligence (AI) camera technologies and is build for future of communications. The South Korean firm has been witnessing strong competition in the premium mobile phone space from Apple's iPhone and OnePlus. The Galaxy S20 series, unveiled here at Samsung's 'Unpack...
Microsoft unveils Xbox Series X Gaming Console
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Microsoft unveils Xbox Series X Gaming Console

Microsoft has unveiled a name and look for its new gaming console, the Xbox Series X, promising a still-more immersive experience as it fends off threats from streaming and rival Sony. The US company in June pointed to the technical abilities of its next-generation console when it announced "Project Scarlett", saying the new machine would be four times more powerful than the current Xbox One X, which launched in 2013. In a presentation at The Game Awards 2019, Microsoft showed off the tower-like new console for the first time and also unveiled a new wireless controller. It said older titles would remain compatible with the Series X, while promising a new gaming experience "where worlds are even more lifelike, immersive, responsive and surprising". Pricing is yet to be announce...
How technology transformed the betting industry?
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How technology transformed the betting industry?

Ever since the craze of the gambling industry is there, people are fond of involving themselves in various gambling activities. The amount of money one can earn from smart betting is enormous. The enjoyment one can have through betting will relax the mind. So, it is always advisable to involve yourself in an activity where you can earn along with enjoying it. Many things are affecting the gambling industry for decades. But the most effective is technology. Now different casinos are using technology to provide a better experience to the user. Everything they are doing is to attain the customer for a long go. One can read more at www.betrallyindia.com about the various methods of betting. Various facilities like better services, security, and many more things are there that the casinos a...
Huawei Foldable Smartphone MateX Launched Without Google OS
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Huawei Foldable Smartphone MateX Launched Without Google OS

Chinese tech giant Huawei is selling its first folding smartphone without Google apps and U.S. made processor chips following sanctions imposed by Washington. The Mate X, which unfolds to 14.6 centimeters (5.8 inches) wide, went on sale Friday on Huawei's online store in China priced at 16,999 yuan ($2,422). It competes with Samsung's Galaxy Fold launched in September. Huawei Technologies Ltd., China's first global tech brand, is scrambling to preserve its business following U.S. controls imposed in May on sales of American components and technology to the company, which Washington says is a security risk. The company is the No. 2 smartphone behind Samsung Electronics Ltd. and the biggest maker of network gear for phone carriers. Huawei denies US accusations the company might ...
Disney Live Streaming Service Disney+ Signed up 10 mn Subscribers at Launch
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Disney Live Streaming Service Disney+ Signed up 10 mn Subscribers at Launch

Walt Disney Co. said it signed up 10 million subscribers for Disney+ within a day of launching its new streaming television service. The company said in a statement it has seen "extraordinary consumer demand" and "has already reached a major milestone, achieving a remarkable 10 million sign-ups since launching." The news comes despite a launch marred by glitches which prevented many customers from accessing titles from Mickey Mouse cartoons to Star Wars. Disney+ marks a huge bet by the media-entertainment giant, pitching it into direct conflict with on-demand services such as Hotstar, Netflix, Zee5 and Amazon Prime which have disrupted the Hollywood & Bollywood media landscape. It went live Tuesday across the US, Canada and later move to Asia, featuring thousands of movies an...