Saturday, August 19, 2017

Right to investigate: ‘Real-time monitoring’ in the draft update

Direct "live" surveillance of British internet communications was proposed in a draft government-initiated technology. If enforced, such access will occur through the Investigation Act (IP), which includes provisions to remove coding on content. This article was disclosed to the civil rights...

Tech Tent – High-tech explorers, robot aides

During this Technical Week, we asked whether the new technology could provide a better way to gauge public opinion during the election. We also met a robot that promised to guide us to the airport and we heard of...

Facebook stocks fell from high as investors worried about costs, future profits

The world's largest online social network is looking for new advertising features to supplement the major revenue streams that it expects to cool this year.Facebook reported quarterly earnings and fourth quarter earnings, thanks to the help of the fast...

Google Docs users hit by phishing scam

Google says it has stopped a phishing email with about a million users. The scam trick comes from Google Docs - a service that lets people share and edit documents online. Those who clicked on the link and followed the instructions,...

Apple reported a decline in iPhone sales, again

Revenues increase, but sales of popular products are down, suggesting customers may be waiting for the 10th anniversary edition.Apple reported a sudden drop in iPhone sales in the second quarter on Tuesday, showing customers delaying purchases with anticipation of...

Facebook closes Oculus VR movie studio

Facebook is off a California studio created for film and other video content for Oculus virtual reality headphones.Studio Story Oculus will no longer create its own document but will now help others create ready content of VR. The studio has...

Most families in the United States have a cell phone but no landline

According to a US government study, fewer than half of US households have fixed telephones. Of the households surveyed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 50.8% of homes have at least one cell phone but no landline. More...

Uber faces criminal investigation in the United States via ‘greyball’ code

The company sharing Uber ride is facing a criminal investigation by the US government. Surveillance began because the company was charged with using "secret" software to allow operations in areas where it was prohibited or restricted. The software, called "greyball", helps...

WhatsApp is offline for several hours

WhatsApp users around the world have been unable to use the messaging service for several hours on Wednesday. Reported that there are problems with the application, there are over 1.2 billion users globally, first appeared around 20 pm GMT. WhatsApp said...

Facebook has two billion users monthly

Facebook's profits have risen in the first three months of the year, when social networking sites closed with over two billion users, according to its latest results. The number of Facebook users per month increased to 1.94 billion, of which...

‘Unlock iPhone’, says judge in US sextortion case

A judge in Florida has ruled that two defendants in a mixed case must hand over passwords to their cell phones so officials can look for them.Reality TV star Hencha Voigt and ex-boyfriend Wesley Victor are accused of threatening...

Galaxy S9 has ‘3 Edge Infinity’ screen, full battery in 2 minutes

Basically, this concept works in the way of the Xiaomi Mi Mix with two sides and the upper edge has an ultra-thin bezel, while using the loudspeakers under the glass of the screen. After the launch of the Galaxy S8,...

Apple’s new conspiracy hidden in the iPhone 7S

Ewan Spence of Forbes said that the delay in the new iPhone production schedule will help Apple come up with a strategy that overtakes rival Samsung. In recent days, many sources have suggested that Apple will be late for the...

Tips for enhancing the security of mobile devices

Mobile devices often contain sensitive information such as messages, videos, pictures, etc., and are prone to leak. Here are tips to help users improve their security.Upgrading system software: Users should update their system software regularly to fix security vulnerabilities...

6 smartphones 6 inch for big screen enthusiasts

Desipte not being really popular, users still have the opportunity to choose masses of super-large mobile screens for gaming or entertainment needs.Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus: Galaxy S8+ is definitely the most well-known big-screen smartphone today. The sexy design, powerful...

Two million Android devices stick to malicious code

There are over 45 apps on the Play Store with a new type of malware and about 2 million infected devices. Within a five-month period, from mid-2016 to the beginning of the year, a type of malware code-named FalseGuide, was...

Phone case helps to prevent cellphone addiction

A company in Japan has created a special phone case that helps parents prevent their children from being addicted to mobile devices. The shells are manufactured by Momo Ltd, a joint venture company based in Kobe City in Japan. It...

IPhone 8 ‘ceded’ four-sided curved screen for Galaxy S9

After the infinity screen on the Galaxy S8, many users expect the iPhone version to celebrate the 10th anniversary of a more powerful breakthrough, such as the four-sided curved screen. A recent report shows that Samsung is developing a screen...

3 tips on Android 6

The Android 6 operating system contains many interesting features that are not well known to many people, such as how to operate the computer smoothly or play games in the "Settings" section. Exploiting a number of small features will make...

Xiaomi phone will soon enter the US market

Xiaomi Mi 6, Xiaomi's new and highest-end smartphone will not be officially sold in the US but the Chinese phone company is silently planning to enter the market.Wang Xiang, Xiaomi's new leader recently confirmed that China's leading telephone company...

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