This week’s top stories: iOS 13 + macOS 10.15 details, Apple vs Qualcomm, iPhone camera upgrades, more

Image credit: source In this week’s top stories: New features coming with iOS 13 and macOS 10.15, Apple settles with Qualcomm, AirPlay 2 expands to new third-party speakers, and more. Read on for all of hits week’s biggest news. Sylvania HomeKit Light Strip 9to5Mac exclusively reported a slew of details about iOS 13 and macOS 10.15 […]

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[Global as well] First public beta of OnePlus 3/3T Pie (Android 9) update live in China – PiunikaWeb

Image credit: source New updates are being added at the bottom of this story……. After announcing the official Android Pie update for OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T, the Chinese OnePlus community team kickstarted the journey by recruiting members for closed beta testing. List of selected members for closed beta testing in China The global closed […]

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Google will closely vet first-time Android developers for security

Google will closely vet first-time Android developers for security

Image credit: source Google has announced plans to closely vet Android developers without a track record in a bid to boost platform security. Android security has vastly improved since its early days but that hasn’t prevented some rogue developers from abusing Google’s platform. Sameer Samat, VP of Android Product Management, wrote in a blog post: […]

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Google reveals additional sessions for I/O about Chrome OS, Android Q, and more

Google reveals additional sessions for I/O about Chrome OS, Android Q, and more

Image credit: source Google I/O is less than a month away, but the schedule is still in flux. The initial list of presentations and sessions was announced late last last month, but now many more sessions have been added to the list, including talks about Android Q and Chrome OS. For Chrome OS, there’s an […]

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How to turn off Google Sensorvault from tracking you

Image credit: source Google Maps is regularly being used by law enforcement, according to a New York Times report. Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images Not only is Google Maps tracking you, but a program called Google Sensorvault is potentially turning over your location data to law enforcement, according to a report from The New York […]

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Google now lets you use your Android as a physical key

Google now lets you use your Android as a physical key

Image credit: source Phishing is still one of the most widespread techniques hackers use to gain access to your online accounts or critical data. With these scams, deceptive emails or fraudulent login pages could trick you into handing over critical data like your passwords. This is why it’s highly recommended that you enable two-factor authentication (2FA), […]

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Going Mobile: AI Implementation in Smartphones and Apps

Image credit: source POINT ROBERTS, Wash. and VANCOUVER, British Columbia, April 05, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Investorideas.com, a global investor news source covering Artificial Intelligence issues a special edition of The AI Eye, looking at artificial intelligence in the mobile market and apps. Whether through image recognition, natural language processing (NLP) or digital assistants and […]

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Using artificial intelligence tools to identify levels of violence in movies

Image credit: source Credit: CC0 Public Domain For many in the film industry, seeing your film landed with an NC-17 rating from the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) is the kiss of death. With your film no longer accessible to viewers under 17, you are presented with a choice between limited box-office takings or […]

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