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Sony wants your next bag to double as a screen, new technology

April 18, 2019
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Sony wants your next bag to double as a screen

Sony wants your next bag to double as a screen, new technology

Sony is exploring ways to bring flexible display panels to accessories such as shoulder bags and backpacks according to a recently discovered invention at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). 

At first glance, technology does not look very different from what has been tried before. 

Sony describes the technology as being built around a flexible paper-style screen connected to the power supply and control and switch over an electric cable.

When delving into the design, the separator will be the ability of the low-power "paper" screen to connect the smartphone application, allowing more than just a few colored lights to be displayed. 

In the example provided by Sony Pictures, the screen is larger than expected, occupying a large portion of the above accessories.

Consequently, if Sony moves forward to implement the design, the resulting products can be used in practice to display standard animations intended for the buyer's tastes or to display complex media such as games.

Bet on the growing market
The return of giant Japanese technology to the examination of offers for use in the accessories described in the patent-related document should not be too surprising. 

Not only integrating smart technology and others into clothing and the like is relatively insignificant in terms of the consumer market. This market is expected to grow according to most analysts.

Among the most appropriate reports focused on smart clothing and accessories that support technology, one of the reports presented by the Massachusetts-based international research and consulting firm in March. 

The company expects that the market for these types of tools will continue to grow by about 60 per cent in 2019. 

This is coupled with more growth leading to 2023 more than 40 per cent.

By all accounts, smart clocks and handheld devices will continue to lead the way for wearable devices. 

Earwear will begin to gain market share and gain second place starting in 2019, IDC says, thus turning the market away from traditional wearables.

Sony's patent looks like a new attempt to push the market away from the clock by improving previous attempts to put screens or animations on accessories and clothing. 

While the company will not necessarily issue any products based on this design. But analysts' expectations seem to support their technology exploration as demand is likely to grow significantly over the next few years.

Behind the bags
An example of Sony's use cases centered around backpacking or shoulder bags. 

This may allow users to transfer the media they love to display on their phones to a much larger format, making media sharing easier or just creating less pressure on the eyes. 

This technique is likely to be modified or reused for products that go beyond bags as well.

The obvious possibilities for other uses include the inclusion of clothing but it is not difficult to imagine the screens used in other wearable accessories. 

In fact, Sony explicitly refers to relationships - such as neckties or neck - or bracelets as possibilities. 

More likely, they may also find the use as a basis for multimedia in-car accessories or in any number of other products where the display may be required but less feasible than current technology.

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Finally, Samsung has identified one of the biggest problems of the Galaxy S10

April 13, 2019
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Finally, Samsung has identified one of the biggest problems of the Galaxy S10

Whether we're talking about facial recognition or fingerprint sensor technology, the most interested smartphone users when opening their devices is speed. 

However, the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor on the new phone Samsung S10 smartphones left much to be desired.

In the same screen, the fingerprint sensor, though coolly cool, had all kinds of problems early on. 

Regardless of the successful efforts to fool the sensor, users complained that the feature was not very reliable. 

What's more, even when the device accurately identifies the authorized user, it was said that the unlocking speed was frustratingly slow.

In an effort to address these fundamental usage concerns, Samsung began early today to launch an update to the program by making the S10 fingerprint sensor technology more reliable, faster, and more usable.

New Samsung Galaxy A80 phone has one of the most aggressive designs ever seen on the screen

The update is fairly small - weighing only 6.9 MB - and according to initial reports from S10 users, the update greatly improves the speed and reliability of the footprint sensor.

Of course, the update will probably do nothing to curb malicious efforts to trick the fingerprint sensor. 

If you remember, someone just a few days ago used a 3-D printer to create a fake fingerprint and access the S10. 


The entire process is explained here, but in short, the user took a high-quality image of his glass from a glass of wine, placed it in Photoshop, and then used some of the three-dimensional printing software that copies a good copy of his printing. Only 13 minutes flat.

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How did Android beat the biggest robots you've never heard of before

April 11, 2019
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How did Android beat the biggest robots you've never heard of before

How did Android beat the biggest robots you've never heard of before

Speaking this week at the Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit in Singapore, Android security engineer Madi Stone shed new light on the years-long battle between Google's mobile operating system and bad malware known as Chamois. 

As he deciphered reports, his victory over robots was far from easy.

Chamois, which has reached a peak of nearly 21 million Android devices, is incredibly sophisticated and dangerous, as users of cash and information bleed without realizing it. 

The battle to stop its spread has brought new Android security features, and after nearly three years, Google has finally got the upper hand.

In any discussion between iOS and Android fans, security must come sooner or later. 

Apple's "walled garden" style is excellent in preventing many malware and bad tricks from sneaking into its mobile operating system, but it's also very strict. 

Android is more open, better and worse.

There are a lot of things you're not allowed to do on iOS that you can easily do with your Android device. 

The downside is that with more freedom comes more ways for bad actors to exploit potential weaknesses by using cleverly disguised applications

This is exactly how Chamois got its foothold on the Android system in 2016, and as Google started to go on, new versions of Chamois began to spread across millions and millions of devices.

In 2017, Google thought it had won the battle, declaring that Chamoah had been beaten. 

However, malware developers were listening, and soon developed a new version of Chamois, which began to spread in early 2018. 

The fourth version followed shortly thereafter, and by March 2018 about 20.8 million devices had been infected.

Malware received commands from "command-and-control" servers, turning millions of Android devices into robots to trick users into ads and tricks. 

Malware is distributed in several ways, either within apps or through legitimate advertising services. 

According to Stone, Google has discovered more than 27,000 different application packages containing Chamois.

Slowly but surely, the Android Security Team started to make gains, then corrected exploits, and then corrected the new exploits that the Chamois developers used as backups. 

Google Play Protect, which monitors apps, malware, and other bad surprises, is more effective at detecting chamois than ever before, and the number of devices in the Chamois network is down by 91 per cent.

Stone says the team is in "maintenance and monitoring" mode, following the new versions of Chamois as it continues to dispose of the remaining infected devices. 

To proceed, it would be interesting to know whether the Chamois makes a return or if Google has won the battle and the war.

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It is rumored that Apple replaces iTunes on Mac with something better

April 10, 2019
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It is rumored that Apple replaces iTunes on Mac with something better

ITunes used to be the app you used most often on your Mac. Where I go to buy and listen to music, enjoy a podcast, and even watch movies and TV shows that have been downloaded at times. 

These days, I rarely use iTunes. 
In fact, I can not even remember the last time I opened the app at all.

Part of the problem - along with the fact that the world has become largely mobile - is that iTunes on Mac has steadily become a mess. 

As now, Apple has a lot of crazy content under the iTunes umbrella, and as a result, the app's actual use to find and enjoy the content has become quite stressful, if not confusing.

In an effort to simplify things, rumors that Apple with the following version of MacOS will disassemble some iTunes components into separate separate applications

This interesting game was originally presented a few days ago by developer Steve Troughton-Smith who said that iTunes will be divided into up to four distinct applications: music, podcasts, books, and applications.


Since then, developer Guilherme Rambo of 9to5Mac, Troughton-Smith scoop has confirmed the fate of iTunes on the Mac, but with some little updated information.

I have been able to confirm from sources familiar with the development of the next major version of MacOS - probably version 10.15 - that the system will include music, podcasts and independent television, but will also include a major redesign of the book application. 
The new music, podcast and TV apps will be created using Marzipan, a new Apple technology designed to make it easier to move iPad apps to Mac without too much code changes.

It can be said that the disintegration of iTunes has been delayed for a long time and should inject a bit of modernity into MacOS. 

After all, the idea of ​​opening iTunes, and then - as a quick example - sifting through massive content in order to find the latest episode of your favorite content has felt the old effects. 

Simply, iTunes will make it easier for users to access and enjoy their favorite content. 

If you're ever annoyed by ads on TV shows and movies when all you want to do is play a song you've downloaded again when the next iteration of MacOS is a welcome update.

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Android Q will provide a 3D-Touch function similar to iOS called "Deep Press"

April 08, 2019
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Android Q will provide a 3D-Touch function similar to iOS called "Deep Press"

Android Q will soon have an iOS-like 3D-Touch feature in upcoming updates. 

This feature was first introduced by Apple in 2015 with the launch of the iPhone 6s, which allows users to access different tasks by simply pressing the screen. 

However, the Android system still has the old-fashioned compression feature to perform some tasks. 

But according to some of the latest documents, Google seems to have been all set up to offer a 3D-Touch feature for Android Q.

According to recent documentation on Android Developers, Google plans to integrate a 3D-Touch feature called Deep Press locally on Android Q. 

This feature will simulate new actions only by pressing the screen rather than pressing it for longer.

"Should be used to speed up the long-pressure behavior," reads the description on the documents that indicate that the Deep Press feature will replace the current job long pressure. 

However, this is not clear although both features may exist in Android Q.

Moreover, it will be interesting to see how Google this feature application on Android Q where using an Apple sensitive screen to put pressure on the iPhone to record more difficult pressure on the screen to provide the functionality easier to feature 3D-Touch. 

However, it is not clear that this functionality will work on devices with Android Q or will work only on certain display phones.

At the same time, Google has already released Beta 1 and Beta 2 versions of Android Q last week for developers. 

Android Q comes with various interactive features including sharing shortcuts, notification bubbles, application switching animations, and enhanced permissions. It scheduled to be released the final version of the system Android Q through I / O 2019 event which will run from 7 to 10 May at Mountain View, California.

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Finally, Google+ is turned off today

April 02, 2019
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Google+ is turned off today

Finally, Google+ is turned off today
Google+ Shutting Down

Google+ will be shut down forever from the same day. 
Before that, Google already announced that its social networking system would be suspended today, and that day has come. 

Now, after a long period of about 8 years since its launch, Google is finally pulling out its Google+ service.

During this course, it's best to try Google to beat its competitors like Facebook and Whatsapp, yet they never gain much popularity compared to others. 

Google itself acknowledged that Google+ was a failure because the consumer version of "Low-use and sharing" and 90% of Google+ user sessions were less than five seconds.

Finally, Google announced that it will delete Google+ content starting today and all customer account data will be permanently deleted. 

There are many reasons that lead to failure, however, the most preferred reason is a coding error that leads to abuse of user privacy.

This coding error was observed mainly between 2015 and 2018, during which this error reveals some personal information to users such as gender, age, and occupation of third party developers even if this information is hidden from the end of the user. 

However, this error was detected in March 2018 and resolved by Google. But because of this, Google+ loses confidence among users and was ultimately destroyed.

Now finally, leave Google+ away from all of us. In a message sent to users, Google said: "This is a reminder that on April 2, 2019, we will turn off Google+ for the consumer and will begin to delete the content from Google+ consumer accounts. 

Photos and videos from Google+ will also be deleted in the album's archive And Google+ pages. "

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Facebook is "exploring restrictions" for direct video after the Christchurch attack

March 30, 2019
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Facebook is "exploring restrictions" for direct video after the Christchurch attack

Chief Operating Officer for Facebook Cheryl Sandberg has identified three steps the company is taking

Earlier in the day, the New Zealand Herald published a letter from COOP Facebook Cheryl Sandberg, addressing how the company dealt with the deadly terrorist attack in Christchurch two weeks ago. 

In the letter, you identify three steps the company takes, including "exploring restrictions" for live video.

It described the attack as a "vicious evil act" and that the company "is committed to reviewing what happened" and is working with the country's authorities. 

In the wake of the attack, Facebook says it has removed 1.5 million videos for attack worldwide, with a 1.2 ban on "loading". 

In her letter, Sandberg says that while Facebook moved quickly to remove the video and calculate the culprit, the company could do more, and set three steps to take. 

We have contacted Facebook for clarification on the letter, and we will update this publication if we hear the feedback.

The first step is that Facebook "explores restrictions on who can broadcast live according to factors such as past Community Standard violations" and that the company is putting more resources into systems that can identify violent videos, even if they are edited. 

Indicated that it had found more than 900 different versions of the video of the attack.

The second step is to take "stronger steps to remove hatred on our platforms." Earlier this week, Facebook announced that it was banning national separatist content from the site and would redirect people looking for content to resources that help people who leave hate organizations. 

Sandberg says that the company has since removed a number of groups for such institutions from its statute, and will remove praise for these groups as well.

The last step identified by Sandberg is that the company provides support for the "Four Local Organizations for Mental Wellbeing and Health" in New Zealand and reiterated that the company "is ready to work with a committee designed to study how social websites and media platforms played a role in the attack.

Sandberg's speech does not detail what it means to "explore restrictions" on live video, although there appear to be some caveats - such as whether someone has already violated community standards. 

Earlier this month, the perpetrator filmed his attacks on two mosques and uploaded them to Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram to transform them into a virus. 

While the attack was initially shown by less than 200 people, technology companies were quick to block the spread of videos.

Facebook has had problems with people who broadcast violent videos such as 2017, when Cleveland uploaded murder footage to his profile page, where he stayed for several hours.

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