US approves iOS app to control insulin pump

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first app capable of controlling a user’s insulin pump for iOS. According to Apple Insider , the t:connet app can be used in conjunction with the t:slim X2 insulin pump from Tandem Diabetes Care. The FDA-approved version allows users to program and cancel insulin injection… Continue reading US approves iOS app to control insulin pump

Intel Raptor Lake expected to launch in Q3, multi-threaded performance boosts up to 40%

Recently, new rumors have been reported regarding Intel’s 13th generation CPU, Intel Raptor Lake, which is expected to be released in the second half of this year. Raptor Lake-related rumors confirmed until recently were that Intel would release Raptor Lake in the fourth quarter of this year. In addition, CPU performance improvement was also mentioned,… Continue reading Intel Raptor Lake expected to launch in Q3, multi-threaded performance boosts up to 40%

Minimum Requirements to run Android apps on Windows 11 

If you’re curious whether your PC can run Android apps from the Amazon Appstore, you can rely on the specifications released by Microsoft in the new support document.According to Howtogeek , in its new support document, Microsoft explains the system requirements for running Android apps on Windows 11. A complete breakdown of the minimum and… Continue reading Minimum Requirements to run Android apps on Windows 11 

Twitter for 2-step verification with a physical security key

According to 9to5Mac , last year, Twitter added the option for users to sign in with a physical security key as a two-factor authentication method, but you must enable another authentication method to use it. Show Twitter are improving this feature to allow users to add key security without authentication methods enabled two other elements… Continue reading Twitter for 2-step verification with a physical security key

Instagram may soon pay people who make reels:

All you need to knowA Facebook-owned company is developing a “Bonuses” feature that allows creators to monetize by creating Reels on Instagram. Instagram has introduced Reels to give its users a good alternative to TikTok, and now the company seems to want to give users another reason to use TikTok. Facebook is working on a… Continue reading Instagram may soon pay people who make reels:

OnePlus WallPaper app changes wallpaper based on your phone usage

OnePlus today launched WellPaper, a wallpaper app design that changes depending on how you use your phone.WellPaper is a live wallpaper app. It uses your phone’s app usage data, then categorizes apps into six categories: Social, Lifestyle & Communication, Entertainment, Gaming, Information & Business, and Tools. Then assign each category a unique color. The color… Continue reading OnePlus WallPaper app changes wallpaper based on your phone usage

Microsoft has announced the end of official support for its Internet browser, Internet Explorer.

The Internet Explorer web browser was once the most commonly used Internet browser with a very high market share, but now it is taking its place with the introduction of Google’s Chrome browser and MS’s edge browser, which have better security and performance. It’s a situation. Accordingly, Microsoft decided to end official support with IE11,… Continue reading Microsoft has announced the end of official support for its Internet browser, Internet Explorer.

Windows 10’Sun Valley’ update, UI redesign with icon redesign in Win 95 Days:

Microsoft is said to be redesigning icons from the Windows 95 era to get rid of old designs like floppy disks. Windows 10 as part of Project Sun Valley, which is expected to launch during the 2021 holiday season, which typically means the last few months of the year. According to users who have access… Continue reading Windows 10’Sun Valley’ update, UI redesign with icon redesign in Win 95 Days:

Samsung launches file sharing app on Windows 10

Samsung just launched a new app to help transfer files between devices. The app name is Quick Share which helps to share the content saved on your Galaxy device with another Samsung device.Discovered by a Twitter user, Samsung’s new app was available on the Microsoft Store. The list of supported devices includes Galaxy Phone, Galaxy… Continue reading Samsung launches file sharing app on Windows 10

Say goodbye to the intruder… Good news from “Google” for “Android” phone owners

The American company “Google” delivered good news to “Android” phone owners by promising to end intruders. Google said that users would not be able to see the apps installed on their phones, as Google reported that a special tech site Ingadget would impose restrictions on apps on “Android” phones. Google has revised the Android Terms… Continue reading Say goodbye to the intruder… Good news from “Google” for “Android” phone owners

It is reported that LG will announce the closing of the smartphone business on April 5.

LG struggled to maintain its reputation in the highly competitive mobile market. Accordingly, it is known that the company is preparing to announce that it will stop the smartphone business.LG struggled to maintain its reputation in the highly competitive mobile market. Accordingly, it is known that the company is preparing to announce that it will… Continue reading It is reported that LG will announce the closing of the smartphone business on April 5.

OnePlus 9 will come with ColorOS.

At the OnePlus new product launch conference, the official not only launched the flagship OnePlus 9 series blessed by Hasselblad, but also announced that the domestic OnePlus mobile phone will abandon the hydrogen OS and use the ColorOS for OnePlus system. The system will be launched on OnePlus 9, but other models will continue to… Continue reading OnePlus 9 will come with ColorOS.

Why should you stop using services that force you to use SMS-based two-factor authentication?

Using SMS for two-factor authentication offers nothing but a false sense of security. You must use two-factor authentication for all online accounts you have. It doesn’t matter how rich you are or how famous you are, because everyone has something of value hidden in their online account (although rich and celebrities have to do more… Continue reading Why should you stop using services that force you to use SMS-based two-factor authentication?

Adobe Flash Player ushered in the end: the last update, disappear after December 31

In less than three weeks, 2020 will be over, and Adobe Flash Player will also have its end. Adobe announced today that it will bring the last regular update to Flash Player. Today can be technically regarded as the end of Flash, because after that, there will be no updates. Flash Player will be supported… Continue reading Adobe Flash Player ushered in the end: the last update, disappear after December 31

Some older iPhones, battery drain after installing iOS 14.2

After installing the iOS 14.2 update on some models of Apple’s older iPhones, it is causing serious battery consumption problems, reported by foreign media such as McRumus on the 6th (local time). According to a post posted on the Apple developer forum and online community Reddit, the battery over-consumption problem seems to occur in most… Continue reading Some older iPhones, battery drain after installing iOS 14.2

Vivo’s new powerful OriginOS will be released today faster then iOS

Vivo’s new OS will be released today. I believe not only users of vivo mobile phones, but friends who follow the mobile phone circle will have expectations. Because from the information currently exposed, vivo’s new system OriginOS has huge changes, and may even completely change the current state of the mobile phone system. Let’s take… Continue reading Vivo’s new powerful OriginOS will be released today faster then iOS

Android 7.1 and older systems will be stopped with certificate signing from January next year: N many web pages will not be accessible

What is the underlying version of your Android phone? If it is earlier than Android 7.1.1, then be careful. The certificate management agency Let’s Encrypt warned that it plans to stop the default cross-signature authentication of the mobile phone system from January 11, 2021, and completely abandon it from September 1, 2021. This means that… Continue reading Android 7.1 and older systems will be stopped with certificate signing from January next year: N many web pages will not be accessible

Apple introduces iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max with 5G

After Apple launched the iPhone 12, Tim Cook continued with the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max models, which were several upgrades from their predecessors.Whether it is using new material design, 5G network support, camera development And performance with the Apple A14 Bionic chip The iPhone 12Pro released two models in two sizes: the 6.1-inch iPhone 12Pro and… Continue reading Apple introduces iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max with 5G

Google announced Android 11 GO Edition, a mobile operating system for low-cost smartphones.

Google announced Android 11 GO Edition, a mobile operating system for low-cost smartphones. Android 11 GO Edition offers performance improvements and new privacy features. According to Google, Android 11 GO Edition has a 20% improvement in app launch time compared to the previous version. In addition, it provides the same security and privacy features provided… Continue reading Google announced Android 11 GO Edition, a mobile operating system for low-cost smartphones.

Huawei announces plans to launch self-developed’Hong Meng OS’ smartphone in 2021

A smartphone equipped with Huawei’s own mobile operating system (OS)’Hongmeng OS (English name Harmony)’ will be released next year. According to a foreign press on the 10th (local time), the CEO of Huawei’s consumer sector in Yuchengdong announced that it will fully support Hongmeng OS, not Google Android, on its smartphones from next year at… Continue reading Huawei announces plans to launch self-developed’Hong Meng OS’ smartphone in 2021

OPPO is here to hold an event for the launch of ColorOS 11, which is Android 11 next week.

Android 11 was released in full, successfully downloaded last night. Of course, the Pixel from the 2nd generation onwards began to receive universal OTAs, including OnePlus, realme, Xiaomi, who released the Beta for the participating models as well. But the OPPO side will look especially strong, preparing for the ColorOS 11 event, especially next week,… Continue reading OPPO is here to hold an event for the launch of ColorOS 11, which is Android 11 next week.

Android 11″ product version is now available. Starts distribution to devices from multiple manufacturers including Pixel.

The latest version of Android OS is now the “product version”. In addition to Google’s Pixel smartphones (Pixel 2 and later), OnePlus, Xiaomi, OPPO and some realme smartphones will be delivered sequentially from September 8 (US Pacific Daylight Time). Other manufacturers will upgrade some models within a few months. On September 8th (US Pacific Daylight… Continue reading Android 11″ product version is now available. Starts distribution to devices from multiple manufacturers including Pixel.

Huawei Developer Conference schedule exposed: Hongmeng OS 2.0 will debut search debut

On September 10-12, Huawei will hold the Developer Conference 2020 in Songshan Lake, Dongguan. There are only a few days left before the ban on September 15. This conference is considered an important opportunity for Huawei to publicly express its position and release current business development information, which can be described as much-anticipated. Huawei also… Continue reading Huawei Developer Conference schedule exposed: Hongmeng OS 2.0 will debut search debut

Chrome on Android: biometric identification arrives for payments

Google strengthens the security of payments via Chrome for Android , thanks to biometric authentication. The web browser will thus ask the user to place his finger on the biometric sensor of his smartphone to validate a transaction. Google optimizes payment security on ChromeRecently, Google announced to update its Chrome browser for Android, in particular… Continue reading Chrome on Android: biometric identification arrives for payments

Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, 50x zoom reason is sensor downgrade

It was confirmed that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is equipped with a 50x zoom. As reported by GSM Arena, the telephoto camera of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is different from the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which is caused by sensor differences, not optical modules. This is because the Samsung S20 Ultra is equipped with… Continue reading Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, 50x zoom reason is sensor downgrade

Tongxin releases server operating system V20 Enterprise Edition: Adapt to ARM/x86 performance increase by 20%

Tongxin Software officially released the server operating system V20 Enterprise Edition (1020) tonight. This is the latest improved version of the V20 version released half a year ago, which is fully adapted to the domestic Loongson , ARM, x86 and other processors, while Linux performance has increased by as much as 20%. Tongxin software, said… Continue reading Tongxin releases server operating system V20 Enterprise Edition: Adapt to ARM/x86 performance increase by 20%

It seems that the official release schedule of Android 11 has been revealed, almost as usual

Android 11 , the next Android OS in 2020, which was recently released in beta . It seems that the official release date of this Android 11 is known. This was posted on Twitter by a person named Abhishek Yadav. Android 11 Will Launch On September 8. pic.twitter.com/5C9prC7ynC — Abhishek Yadav (@yabhishekhd) July 8, 2020… Continue reading It seems that the official release schedule of Android 11 has been revealed, almost as usual

Pylance is a new Python language server for Visual Studio Code

Microsoft has released Pylance, a new language server for Python that helps programmers write better Python code and improve IntelliSense and Visual Studio Code support for those languages. Free from the Visual Studio Marketplace, Pylance is an implementation of the language server protocol and uses Microsoft’s Pyright static type checking tool to provide various types… Continue reading Pylance is a new Python language server for Visual Studio Code

New Java-based ransomware targeting Windows and Linux

Security researchers have discovered a new kind of ransomware that uses a Java file format that is difficult to detect before detonating the file encryption payload. In an educational institution in Europe, which was not renowned by ransomware attacks, they contacted the incident response department of the giant KPMG. The security research department of Blackberry,… Continue reading New Java-based ransomware targeting Windows and Linux

Intel plans to release 11th generation Rocket Lake this year

Rocket Lake, which is known as Intel’s next-generation CPU, has been confirmed to have no plans to launch this year. Intel’s Rocket Lake was originally scheduled for release in the second half of 2020 after the launch of the mobile processor Tiger Lake in mid-2020. However, the roadmap for Rocket Lake, which was known earlier,… Continue reading Intel plans to release 11th generation Rocket Lake this year

Smart home control with power button… ‘Android 11’ power button menu greatly enhanced

Google is expected to significantly strengthen the power button menu in the next mobile operating system (OS) Android 11, foreign media reported on the 1st (local time). Some Android manufacturers now offer the ability to do other tasks or call voice assistants using the power button menu. Google is known to embed these extensions into… Continue reading Smart home control with power button… ‘Android 11’ power button menu greatly enhanced

Xiaomi, ‘Mi8 SE · Mi9 SE · Mi Max3’ Android 10 kernel source code released

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has released the Android 10 kernel source code for ▲ Mi8 SE ▲ Mi9 SE ▲ Mi8 ▲ Mi9 Lite ▲ Mi Max3. The new Android update supports the latest software and device hardware, and the hardlock code is adjusted. All Android OEMs must share the updated kernel source code when… Continue reading Xiaomi, ‘Mi8 SE · Mi9 SE · Mi Max3’ Android 10 kernel source code released

Google, the most recent security bug is memory security

More than 70% of Google recently said it was a memory security issue. As a result of integrating bugs and problems affecting stability and security from 2015 onwards, Google concluded that the majority of 912 were memory security problems. The issue applies not only to Google, but also to vulnerabilities in iOS and maxOS, and… Continue reading Google, the most recent security bug is memory security

iPhone: a new jailbreak to unlock latest iphone 11 series

A team of hackers has successfully developed a new jailbreak to unlock all the features of iOS on recent iPhones , as on older ones. Unc0ver hackers have developed and released a jailbreak for iOS 13.5, which works on all recent iPhone models, including the latest in the 11 series . A zero-day flaw at… Continue reading iPhone: a new jailbreak to unlock latest iphone 11 series

Image shows AMD Ryzen 7 4700G apu for desktops

A photo of an alleged AMD Ryzen desktop app has appeared. The chip is said to have 8 cores and 16 threads based on the Zen 2 architecture. The chip also reportedly includes a Vega GPU with 8 compute units. It is not known when the app will be officially announced. First shown by tech… Continue reading Image shows AMD Ryzen 7 4700G apu for desktops

Go language is the most popular, everyone wants to have less meetings: HackerEarth 2020 developer survey results announced

HackerEarth released the 2020 developer survey report, with more than 16,000 developers from 76 countries / regions participating. The survey shows that Go is the most popular programming language this year . Whether it is a student (29%) or a professional (32%), the Go language is ranked first in the “most wanted language”. The languages… Continue reading Go language is the most popular, everyone wants to have less meetings: HackerEarth 2020 developer survey results announced

Microsoft offers free Python training videos

U.S. GDNet reported on the 4th (local time) that Microsoft released a series of videos for beginner developers, ‘Python for Beginners’ through YouTube for free. The Python series for beginners is an educational video series for beginner developers. Leading program manager Christopher Harrison and artificial intelligence (AI) gaming department Susan Ibach Business Development Manager. The… Continue reading Microsoft offers free Python training videos

iPhone SE 2020: AnTuTu reveals “flanged” processor performance

Not up to the iPhone 11 But looking more closely under the hood, the power would not be so high in the end. This is what emerges from an analysis signed AnTuTu, application specialized in the evaluation and comparison of smartphone performance . The tool thus gives a score to each device, according to four… Continue reading iPhone SE 2020: AnTuTu reveals “flanged” processor performance

Amazon plans to build a laboratory for COVID-19 for employees Prevent the spread of both internal and external.

This crisis in COVID-19 is known to affect the whole world. Not even the giant e-commerce companies like Amazon are fully affected Too Because that company has warehouses, factories, and offices in the United States Each employee is concerned about the virus, so Amazon is planning to create a laboratory for COVID-19 for the safety of its employees. The information about… Continue reading Amazon plans to build a laboratory for COVID-19 for employees Prevent the spread of both internal and external.

Casio launches free scientific calculator on its website Aiming to support mathematics during school holidays in Covid-19

Casio Computer Company launches ClassPad.net web site PLUS level free of charge worldwide. To support teachers and learners during school closures due to the emergence of a new species of coronary virus. PLUS applications typically require a subscription fee to use all calculation and graphing functions on the ClassPad website. net In addition, Casio also provides… Continue reading Casio launches free scientific calculator on its website Aiming to support mathematics during school holidays in Covid-19

Take a rest .. Facebook adds Quiet Mode feature to set time for resting And stop any notifications

During this period of detention at home It cannot be helped at all. We will sit and stare at the phone, plow the Facebook page for hours, and then turn off the screen to do other things. Then there was a warning sound Then have to click into it again … Facebook probably thinks that people do not want to be addicted to… Continue reading Take a rest .. Facebook adds Quiet Mode feature to set time for resting And stop any notifications

TikTok, WhatsApp and Facebook are by far the most downloaded apps since 2020.

TikTok, WhatsApp and Facebook are the most downloaded applications in the first quarter of 2020. Mobile Market App Annie Professional Consultants published a survey this Friday (3) covering the most downloaded and most profitable apps and more users. And this year. As always, the services of the Mark Zuckerberg company are in the ranking with… Continue reading TikTok, WhatsApp and Facebook are by far the most downloaded apps since 2020.

Hackers show off Windows 10 skills on iPhone X without Jailbreak

Who says the iPhone X must work on the iOS operating system alone? The latest Hacking Jules channel on YouTube has proven that the iPhone X can run on the Windows 10 operating system as well, and there is no need to Jailbreak. Hacking Jules has demonstrated the iPhone X on the Windows 10 operating… Continue reading Hackers show off Windows 10 skills on iPhone X without Jailbreak

Apple movies that you shouldn’t miss out during quarantine.

The Apple story can be educational and inspirational. Most of the filmmakers were captivated by Steve Jobs , who will “spin” every single film from the list below. If you want to broaden your horizons a bit, you should look at them. You will have enough free time… Jobs (2013) Can’t you imagine how Ashton Kutcher can represent Steve… Continue reading Apple movies that you shouldn’t miss out during quarantine.

YouTube restricts video resolution in India. See clearly at 480p only.

YouTube began to limit the video viewing resolution in India. Via Android smartphones up to 480p only. After a few days ago, YouTube announced 480p resolution to the default setting worldwide. Android smartphone users in India have reported that YouTube has only started limiting the resolution to 480p, even when playing videos with 4K resolution… Continue reading YouTube restricts video resolution in India. See clearly at 480p only.

Google has banned the Infowars Android app for false corona virus claims.

Google has banned the Infowars Android app for false coronavirus claims.Google banned the Infowars Android app from the Google Play Store and confirmed Wired on Friday. Google also confirmed that the app was deleted with The Verge and couldn’t find the Infowars app in the Play Store tonight.According to Wired, the video was apparently removed… Continue reading Google has banned the Infowars Android app for false corona virus claims.

The new iPad Pro literally breaks without much effort. It’s a huge problem!

And we are at the same again. Apple has trouble bending or even breaking the device. It all started in 2014 , when the so-called #bendgate was created with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. See how little it takes to break the new iPad Pro 2020 in the middle of its design . The new iPad Pro literally breaks without much… Continue reading The new iPad Pro literally breaks without much effort. It’s a huge problem!

Lung broken with Corona 19, I saw it in VR …

George Washington University Observation Success… Related videos released through YouTube Doctors at George Washington University Hospital in the United States showed the appearance of a lung damaged by the Corona 19 virus through virtual reality (VR) technology, US IT media Cnet reported on the 25th (local time). Earlier this month, medical staff at the University of… Continue reading Lung broken with Corona 19, I saw it in VR …

Pure Storage launches 3rd generation NVMe all-flash storage

Pure Storage, a company specializing in all-flash storage platforms, announced ‘3rd Generation NVMe Flash Array // X’. FlashArray // X is a new addition to the existing FlashArray family, providing customers with higher performance and faster time-to-market. Customers can benefit from Pure Storage’s continued innovation, including updates to its product and solution suites, as well… Continue reading Pure Storage launches 3rd generation NVMe all-flash storage

Apple Safari blocks all third-party cookies by default after update

Apple has made an update to Safari that makes the Internet browser easy for users to block all third-party cookies. This update is available for iOS, iPadOS and macOS. John Wilander, the WebKit developer behind the new feature, writes that blocking all third-party cookies is the result of a new update to Safari’s Intelligent Tracking… Continue reading Apple Safari blocks all third-party cookies by default after update

Pornhub gives away premium packages for free worldwide. Support at home Reducing the spread of COVID-19

Pornhub, an 18+ adult website, is campaigning for people to stay at home to reduce the spread of the coronary virus, or COVID-19, by giving away free premium packages to users around the world. After previously giving away free to those in Italy, France and Spain. By means of a Twitter account, Pornhub has campaigned for… Continue reading Pornhub gives away premium packages for free worldwide. Support at home Reducing the spread of COVID-19

Foxconn’s factory is back to normal. Hiring labor ready to produce iPhone this year

Follow my blog with Bloglovin This year’s iPhone situation is shaking up for a while. After the outbreak of COVID-19, China ordered the closure of the whole country. And ordered the people to be detained in the shelter since the beginning of February Foxconn issued a statement to report the situation that it now has 100% full capacity… Continue reading Foxconn’s factory is back to normal. Hiring labor ready to produce iPhone this year

Microsoft and INGRAM MICRO launch Office 365 E1 free for 6 months

Due to the epidemic of COVID-19 (Corona virus), the operation of many businesses was disrupted. Therefore, Microsoft Co.Ltd. has teamed up with Ingram Micro Limited for the preparation of special projects To support your organization’s employees to work from home (WFH: Work From Home) to handle the situation Therefore giving the organization special privileges to use the Office 365 E1 Trial… Continue reading Microsoft and INGRAM MICRO launch Office 365 E1 free for 6 months

YouTube, Apple and Amazon also lower streaming quality in Europe

European network overload concerns in Corona19 situation Global streaming service companies in Europe have decided to lower the image transmission quality. Corona 19 is expected to overload network operators in Europe as users stay in their homes and use video streaming services. After Netflix preemptively lowered the quality of streaming video transmission, YouTube, Apple TV… Continue reading YouTube, Apple and Amazon also lower streaming quality in Europe

Twitter lowers 1Q earnings outlook in the wake of Corona 19

It negatively affects advertising revenue … The number of active users increases Twitter lowered its 1Q earnings outlook due to the spread of Corona19. On the 23rd (local time), CNBC reported that Twitter announced that its first quarter earnings will decrease compared to the same period last year. Twitter initially predicted sales in the first… Continue reading Twitter lowers 1Q earnings outlook in the wake of Corona 19

Corona 19 is more affected by small appliances

The proliferation of Corona19 will limit the distribution of home appliances offline stores, and the proportion of online purchases will likely increase. Accordingly, it is forecasted that demand for large-scale home appliances, which require face-to-face installation, will be slower than that of small-scale home appliances that can be purchased on a non-face-to-face basis. According to… Continue reading Corona 19 is more affected by small appliances

Facebook donates 7.2 hundred thousand face masks to US health officials to cope with COVID-19

On Sunday, March 22, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed that he donated 720,000 medical masks that were reserved for emergencies to give public health officials with additional infection prevention equipment. Zuckerberg said Facebook donated 720,000 emergency masks reserved for emergency use, which the company bought for continued fires. And added that the company is trying… Continue reading Facebook donates 7.2 hundred thousand face masks to US health officials to cope with COVID-19

Disney + also lowers its image quality to save bandwidth

Disney + will also lower its streaming resolution in Europe. The service wants to reduce its bandwidth consumption by at least 25 percent. This at the request of the European Commission and following YouTube, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. Due to the many consumers currently voluntarily or forced to stay at home because of the… Continue reading Disney + also lowers its image quality to save bandwidth

Will anti-malaria drug ‘Corona 19’ be treated? Trump approves treatment

In the United States, anti-malaria drugs are expected to be used to treat the new Corona19 virus. The main foreign news agency reported on the 19th (local time) that US President Donald Trump approved the use of chloroquine, an anti-malarial drug, to treat corona19 in response to corona19 response. President Trump said at a press… Continue reading Will anti-malaria drug ‘Corona 19’ be treated? Trump approves treatment

GM Partners With Ventec Life Systems to Increase Ventilator Production for Severe COVID-19 Patients

At the time of the epidemic of COVID-19 around the world, more than 310,000 people have been infected and more than 13,000 deaths. Dispensing rescued patients with severe conditions requiring mechanical ventilation. And at this time, hospitals throughout the United States Lacking respirator Since eighteen percent of patients in the ICU require mechanical ventilation. Seventy-seven… Continue reading GM Partners With Ventec Life Systems to Increase Ventilator Production for Severe COVID-19 Patients

Opera browser provides easy cryptocurrency purchase function in the US

Web browser maker Opera has expanded the easy-to-buy cryptocurrency to the United States, which has been limited to Scandinavia’s three countries. Opera recently announced on a blog that it provides cryptocurrency simple purchase function for US users. This update has been applied to both Android, iOS and PC versions of the Opera browser. Android users… Continue reading Opera browser provides easy cryptocurrency purchase function in the US

Close too! New York Closes All Unnecessary Business To Slow Down COVID-19, Beginning Night Mar 22

March 20, New York’s 56th Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed an executive order to close all unnecessary businesses except for important businesses such as groceries and pharmacies to be opened. And have all employees stay at home except for the necessary service work To delay the spread of COVID-19, which will take effect on Sunday… Continue reading Close too! New York Closes All Unnecessary Business To Slow Down COVID-19, Beginning Night Mar 22

Facebook, YouTube, Corona 19 to advance ‘Full AI Review’

Can Facebook, YouTube, etc. settle for AI editing? With the expansion of teleworking to Corona 19, major social platforms have taken another test. This is due to the inevitable AI editing. Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, etc. recently decided to replace the work that content moderators were doing with automated AI technology. Content moderators do not work… Continue reading Facebook, YouTube, Corona 19 to advance ‘Full AI Review’

covid-19 Corona virus epidemic occurs naturally, scientists say

covid-19 Corona virus epidemic occurs naturally, scientists sayElectron micrograph of COVID-19 corona virus. Scripps Research’s analysis of open genome sequence data for SARS-CoV-2 and related viruses did not find any evidence that the virus was made in the lab or otherwise.The novel SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which has spread to more than 70 different countries since the… Continue reading covid-19 Corona virus epidemic occurs naturally, scientists say

Celltrion begins development of ‘Corona 19’ treatment

 Celltrion has begun to develop a new treatment for coronavirus infection (corona19).On the 19th, Celltrion announced that it was selected as a priority negotiator in the ‘Finding New Non-clinical Antibody Candidates for New Coronavirus Treatment 2019’ bid by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Celltrion has been focusing on the development of corona19 therapeutic… Continue reading Celltrion begins development of ‘Corona 19’ treatment

Samsung to confirm clinical results of Corona 19 treatment ‘Lemdesivir’ next month

While korean and foreign pharmaceutical and bio companies are actively engaged in the development of corona19 vaccines and treatments, it is predicted that clinical results of the ‘corona19’ treatment will come out in the first half of the year.On the 19th, Samsung Securities said in a report, “The main clinical results of Corona 19 treatment… Continue reading Samsung to confirm clinical results of Corona 19 treatment ‘Lemdesivir’ next month

Google, Corona virus delays Chrome browser and Chrome OS release

It was reported that Google had delayed the launch of the Chrome browser and Chrome OS due to the Corona virus. According to the confirmed news, Chrome Browser 82 was scheduled to be updated on March 17, but it seems that the update was postponed as a result of changes in the working environment due… Continue reading Google, Corona virus delays Chrome browser and Chrome OS release

Windows 10 is annoying – can Linux save us all?

No more blue screens. Windows 10 was great in the past. Maybe it’s probably incomparable because Microsoft may have released almost everything since Windows 8, but at that time the new operating system seemed to have solved all the previous problems. Microsoft no longer forced the ugly Metro interface and demanded a large and ugly… Continue reading Windows 10 is annoying – can Linux save us all?

HUAWEI CLOUD Introduces CT Analysis Device ‘COVID-19’, CT Quantification Results Within seconds

In dealing with the outbreak, “COVID-19”, the National Health Commission (NHC) stated in its official report. About the methods of diagnosis and treatment of diseases Which was published on February 4, 2020. Computer X-ray Diagnosis (CT) is one of the standard methods for diagnosing Covid-19 disease. In Hubei Province, China, which is one of the… Continue reading HUAWEI CLOUD Introduces CT Analysis Device ‘COVID-19’, CT Quantification Results Within seconds

Micron delivers the world’s first leading LPDDR5 DRAM technology RAM For high-end smartphones

Micron Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: MU), today announced that it has delivered the world’s first LPDDR5 DRAM, the industry-leading mass production technology. For use in the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10 smartphone as a memory development partner of Xiao Mi. Micron developed the LPDDR 5 DRAM RAM to have superior performance. And have faster access to information… Continue reading Micron delivers the world’s first leading LPDDR5 DRAM technology RAM For high-end smartphones

Teardown toont grote camerasensor en periscopische telelens Galaxy S20 Ultra x

IFixit has subjected the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra to a teardown. The site gives an extensive look at the entrails of Samsung’s new top model and has a lot of attention for the cameras. The cameras of the Galaxy S20 Ultra are striking in several respects. For example, Samsung uses a 1 / 1.3 “sensor… Continue reading Teardown toont grote camerasensor en periscopische telelens Galaxy S20 Ultra x

The latest COVID-19 impact, Google I / O 2020, has been canceled.

After the Google Next event for the cloud in the business world, not announcing the event earlier, Google recently announced that Google I / O 2020 will not be hosting as well. Originally, the Google I / O 2020 event will be held from 12 – 14 May. The event was held to meet with developers. And update new information In… Continue reading The latest COVID-19 impact, Google I / O 2020, has been canceled.

Google releases Chrome OS 80 with less noticeable notification blockade

Google has released version 80 of Chrome OS. Among other things, the update adds a picture-in-picture mode for Netflix. The company also adds some adjustments to the Linux functionality of the operating system. Google has, among other things, added picture-in-picture support to the Netflix app. This allows users to view Netflix and use other applications… Continue reading Google releases Chrome OS 80 with less noticeable notification blockade

Xiaomi 40W Wireless Charging Solution Demonstrates 4000mAh Battery in 40 Minutes

On the 2nd, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is attracting attention by showing video of 40W ultra-fast wireless charging solution through official YouTube account. Xiaomi’s latest flagship ‘M10’ series supports 30W wireless charging. However, the newly developed technology enables faster 40W wireless charging. According to a video released by Xiaomi, it takes only 40 minutes to… Continue reading Xiaomi 40W Wireless Charging Solution Demonstrates 4000mAh Battery in 40 Minutes

MediaTek Unveils Helio P95 Upgrading Artificial Intelligence and Camera

MediaTek releases a new mid-level processor chip, the MediaTek Helio P95, that upgrades the processing of artificial intelligence for the better. While other specifications and the CPU, the GPU remains almost identical to the Helio P90. From the specifications that MediaTek revealed, this chip is almost identical, including CPU, GPU, Modem, WiFi, as well as the ability to… Continue reading MediaTek Unveils Helio P95 Upgrading Artificial Intelligence and Camera

Google Earth is usable for the first time in browsers other than Chrome

Google has made its Earth service available for the first time in browsers other than Chrome. That is possible because Google Earth now uses WebAssembly instead of NaCl, says the search giant. Google Earth now works in Firefox, Opera and Edge, says the internet company . Apple’s support for Safari should follow later. The lack… Continue reading Google Earth is usable for the first time in browsers other than Chrome

Google Images on desktop gets icons with info about sites behind images

Google Images on the desktop shows icons next to the images later this week. These icons indicate whether the underlying pages sell products, show recipes or contain video content. The current display of the resolution in the thumbnails disappears. Google Search employee Danny Sullivan reports on Twitter that the new icons will be available later… Continue reading Google Images on desktop gets icons with info about sites behind images

Google gives Gmail simplified search options in email

Google will make it easier for Gmail users to search through their email. That goes with so-called “search chips”, with which search results can be refined without having to enter complex searches. The change is announced on the G Suite website, and should be available to all Gmail users immediately. However, it may take up to fifteen days for… Continue reading Google gives Gmail simplified search options in email

Facebook will soon stop working on Windows 10

Facebook Facebook application stops working from February 10 on Windows 10. A new blow for Microsoft’s application store. The most popular social network has announced that it will soon withdraw its Facebook desktop application. According to MSPowerUser, a message is displayed to network members who connect from a desktop app. “Since I was using the… Continue reading Facebook will soon stop working on Windows 10

5 things you need to know about Windows 10X containers, UWP, and Win32 apps

5 things you need to know about Windows 10X containers, UWP, and Win32 apps The way Windows 10X achieves app neutrality is complex, but the consumer experience is seamless. Microsoft today shared the first important details about how Windows 10X works, including the launch of an emulator to help developers optimize their apps for a… Continue reading 5 things you need to know about Windows 10X containers, UWP, and Win32 apps

ARM launches Cortex-M55 and Ethos-U55 for smart speaker devices

ARM launches Cortex-M55 and Ethos-U55 artificial intelligence processors at the same time, both designed for smart speaker devices, cameras, wearables and IoT devices. The common point of both of these chips is Machine Learning. Cortex-M55 is the first chip to support ARM Helium Vector processing technology (considered part of SIMD Instruction), enabling faster machine learning.… Continue reading ARM launches Cortex-M55 and Ethos-U55 for smart speaker devices

30x zoom taken with Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus camera

Max Weinbach, an XDA developer member, is drawing attention by releasing 30x zoom photos taken with the Galaxy S20 Plus camera.The Galaxy S10 series and Galaxy Note 10 series support 10x digital zoom, while the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 Plus cameras support 30x digital zoom. Both models are expected to be equipped with 64MP… Continue reading 30x zoom taken with Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus camera

Xiaomi announces its flagship US 10 Micron LPDDR5 RAM

LPDDR5 RAM, which began mass production at US semiconductor company Micron, will be installed in Xiaomi’s next flagship smartphone ‘M10’ series. According to a Chinese media report on the 6th, Chang Sheng Xiaomi Group vice president announced that “micron LPDDR5 DRAM memory will be installed in the Mi 10”. Micron 12GB LPDDR5 DRAM in the… Continue reading Xiaomi announces its flagship US 10 Micron LPDDR5 RAM

Netflix adds option to disable autoplay

Netflix has added settings to its website to turn off autoplay in its apps. Users can disable the automatic playback of trailers in menus. It was already possible to switch off that Netflix automatically starts playing the next episode. These are two separate settings, according to a page on the Netflix site. The settings can… Continue reading Netflix adds option to disable autoplay

Chrome is going to block http downloads from https sites

Google will implement in phases that Chrome no longer accepts mixed content downloads. These are downloads that the user starts from an https site but do not themselves go through an encrypted connection. Google blocks such downloads because users do not know would have the risks to privacy and security. Chrome does not give a… Continue reading Chrome is going to block http downloads from https sites

Beta for WhatsApp on iPhone contains dark mode

WhatsApp publishes a beta of its app for iOS that includes an option for a dark mode. According to reports from users participating in Apple’s TestFlight program for WhatsApp. MacRumors shows a screenshot of a page that shows the availability of version 2.20.30.13 of WhatsApp for iOS and states that the dark mode is being… Continue reading Beta for WhatsApp on iPhone contains dark mode

Chrome will soon block intrusive ads in YouTube videos

Chrome continues to fight intrusive ads. In a blog post, the browser made in Google announced that three types of ads would soon be natively blocked on videos, including YouTube content. The Coalition for Better Ads organization surveyed 45,000 Internet users from eight different countries to understand which ad formats were the most disturbing on… Continue reading Chrome will soon block intrusive ads in YouTube videos

Windows “Your Phone” App can now make calls from your PC

The Your Phone app continues to gain functionality. Announced for the first time in August, the “Calls” mode from a computer is now available (and gradually deployed). An added weight in the connectivity between an Android phone and a Windows PC. As Android Police reports , Microsoft has been rolling out its new feature for… Continue reading Windows “Your Phone” App can now make calls from your PC

Samsung Electronics launches world’s first HBM2E 1.75 times faster than existing second generation

Samsung Electronics released the world’s first HBM2E (3rd generation). First, HBM memory, announced by Samsung Electronics, is a high-bandwidth memory that increases data processing speed compared to general DRAM by applying TSV technology, unlike general DRAM. In some graphics cards, this memory is used in the NVIDIA Tesla (Volta) series, which targets AI and deep… Continue reading Samsung Electronics launches world’s first HBM2E 1.75 times faster than existing second generation

Twitter for iOS shifts responses so you can read them better

The social network will slightly revise the presentation of responses to a tweet. It thus hopes to improve the engagement of its users by pushing them to discuss more among themselves. Twitter revises its interface to encourage interactions between users Twitter is a social network massively used around the world but struggling to create engagement… Continue reading Twitter for iOS shifts responses so you can read them better

American is guilty of hacking Nintendo systems

An American from the state of California has announced that he hacked into the Nintendo network a few years ago and stole company data. The man thus obtained, among other things, information about the Switch console that was still unreleased at the time. According to the US Department of Justice, the 21-year-old man, Ryan Hernandez,… Continue reading American is guilty of hacking Nintendo systems

Google announces Android flash tool for browsers

Google has unveiled the Android Flash Tool, a tool that makes it relatively easy for developers, for example, to try an Android Open Source Project build. Installing an AOSP build is done directly from the browser with this tool. Google writes that the Android Open Source Project has been around for quite a while, but… Continue reading Google announces Android flash tool for browsers

Google I / O 2020, held May 12 Meet the Pixel 4a and Android 11 specs for sure.

Google announced that this year the Google I / O 2020 will be held at the same place (Shoreline Amphitheater) on May 12 – 14, which is expected to see the Pixel 4a in the stage for sure. In the past ten years, we have seen Google I / O launching many new things such… Continue reading Google I / O 2020, held May 12 Meet the Pixel 4a and Android 11 specs for sure.

Pixel 4a & Android 11 will be released at Google I / O conference

According to foreign media reports, Google announced that the next I / O conference will be held from May 12 to May 14, 2020. Among them, Google I / O is a web developer conference held by Google. It is called “open innovation” and focuses on using Google and open web technologies to develop web… Continue reading Pixel 4a & Android 11 will be released at Google I / O conference

WhatsApp: Android beta finally arrives with dark mode

WhatsApp, the most downloaded application in the world in 2019, finally offers a dark mode. The latter is only accessible in beta version, for the moment. This is the last step before propelling this feature on all Android smartphones. In March 2019, we had wind of the first leak concerning this dark mode of WhatsApp.… Continue reading WhatsApp: Android beta finally arrives with dark mode

NVIDIA Amp-based RTX 3080 with up to 20GB VRAM

New information about NVIDIA’s next-generation graphics card amps has been confirmed. NVIDIA’s amp graphics cards are estimated at RTX 3080 (tentative name) and RTX3070 (tentative name), and the cores of the GPU are estimated at GA103 and GA104. Not only The rumoured leaked information also included information about the CUDA processor and VRAM. The RTX3070… Continue reading NVIDIA Amp-based RTX 3080 with up to 20GB VRAM

YouTube TV on PlayStation 4, apparently it’s coming very soon!

The PlayStation 4 is preparing to receive a new application signed by Google: YouTube TV. Launched just under three years ago in the United States, the YouTube TV service is an OTT television offering that allows you to watch live broadcasts, but also to access a recording service via the Cloud, without forget about VOD.… Continue reading YouTube TV on PlayStation 4, apparently it’s coming very soon!

Qualcomm releases two 4G SoCs: Snapdragon 662 and Snapdragon 460: up to 70% performance improvement

In addition to Snapdragon 720G, Qualcomm also brought two Snapdragon 662 and Snapdragon 460 SoCs in India this morning. It also natively supports Wi-Fi6, Bluetooth 5.1, dual-frequency GNSS positioning, and Indian regional navigation system NavIC. Let’s take a look at the Snapdragon 662 (SM6115), which is a “reduce” version of the Snapdragon 665 to some… Continue reading Qualcomm releases two 4G SoCs: Snapdragon 662 and Snapdragon 460: up to 70% performance improvement