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Apple Watch bug allowed iPhone eavesdropping

Apple has disabled the Walkie-Talkie app on the Apple Watch, because of a flaw that let users eavesdrop on other people’s iPhones. The Walkie-Talkie app let two people who had accepted an invitation send and receive short audio messages. But Apple said it had been “made aware” of a flaw that “could allow somebody to...
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NUBIA RED MAGIC 3 GAMING SMARTPHONE ANNOUNCED IN INDIA AT RS 35,999

Chinese smartphone maker Nubia has announced its new smartphone in India called the Red Magic 3. The device is targeted towards gamers and has been launched at a price of Rs 35,999 for the base model with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage. For Rs 46,999, you can get the 12 GB RAM, 256...
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POCO F1, VIVO V15 TO NOKIA 8.1: HERE ARE THE BEST PHONES UNDER RS 20,000 FOR JUNE 2019

We have already shortlisted the best phones under Rs 10,000 and Rs 15,000 this month. It’s time to loosen the purse a bit more and move into the upper half of the midrange category. The list of phones under Rs 20,000 this month has undergone a massive change from the one that we put up last...
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TWITTER TO BRING BACK ITS MACOS APP THIS FALL AS PART OF APPLE’S PROJECT CATALYST

Twitter has announced that it will be bringing back “Twitter to Mac” with help from Apple’s Project Catalyst for macOS 10.15 Catalina. This is a new project announced by Apple at WWDC 2019 to help developers port their iOS apps into Mac. As per a report by The Verge, Twitter said that it had made an announcement during Apple’s WWDC conference last...
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Immigration vs technology and short comings

An immigrant advocacy organization is pointing fingers at the tech industry for helping the United States government carry out its controversial immigration policies at the US-Mexico border. Onstage at Recode’s Code Conference on Tuesday, RAICES CEO Jonathan Ryan said “the tech industry deserves a lot of blame for what is happening at our borders and...
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Google admits storing passwords in plain text

Google admits storing passwords in plain text

It wasn’t that long ago that Facebook was lambasted for keeping a lot of user passwords in a plain text database. The social media giant tried to defend itself, saying that the database was only available internally, to Facebook employees, but the fact remained that basic carelessness had put the security of millions of Facebook, Facebook...
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#ATMDubai: Machine learning, artificial intelligence will revolutionise the way you do business

Technologies such as machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) have the potential to transform the hospitality and travel sectors, but operators must strike the right balance between high-tech and high-touch. This was the message from industry experts participating in Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2019 between 28 April and 1 May, who told attendees that –...
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How to switch to digital to survive

As an SME, you understand all too well that digital has become the cornerstone of doing business today. With technology permeating every facet of an organisation, irrespective of size or industry sector, you must embrace it or risk losing momentum against competitors. Source: pixabay.com But let’s face it, staying on top of technological change can be...
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Google bans app developer with 600 million downloads for being a fake click factory

Illustration by William Joel / The Verge Google is banning a popular Chinese developer from its Google Play Store and systematically removing dozens of its apps after BuzzFeed and security researchers discovered that the developer was committing ad fraud and abusing user permissions. The Chinese developer DO Global, which is partly owned by Baidu, was found to be producing...
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When can we finally get rid of passwords?

The tech exists to replace them, but adoption is lagging behind On February 25th, Google introduced a new feature to Android that could have huge implications for our online security. The company announced that all Android devices running on version 7.0 and higher are now FIDO2 certified for password-free logins. Overnight, millions of Android users worldwide suddenly...
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