Friday, 3 November 2017

iPhone X Reviews Agree Design And Display Upgrades Are Worth The Price

a screen shot of a computer  In-depth press reviews for the iPhone X are now live after several influencer unboxings and previews days prior. The consensus is that Apple’s latest endeavor is a step in the right direction. Some of the largest gripes so far have been about Apple being more selective with how much time certain reviewers got with the device before opinions were allowed to be published. Still, many pundits have been fair, noting that while the iPhone X has many stellar qualities, it is far from perfect. Here’s what is being said.

Mashable

Lance Ulanoff called the iPhone X “the iPhone you want.” He praises its OLED display and both cameras on the smartphone. While he noted that the Face ID facial recognition is effective, he added that the feature is not 100 percent foolproof. Mashable did an experiment with two sets of twins, who were both able to unlock an iPhone X after their sibling set up Face ID.

How to switch phones without losing anything


a hand holding a cellphone: Bought a new phone? Here's how to ensure you don't leave any personal information behind during the upgrade.
A new smartphone model—from Google, Apple, or another manufacturer—catches your eye, and all of a sudden, your old handset won't cut it. But don't leap into an upgrade without taking precautions. After all, you store a lot of important information on your smartphone, and you don't want to lose any of it during the excitement of a switch.
Luckily, upgrading from one phone to another is a lot easier than it used to be, because we now store most of our digital possessions in the cloud. Plus, you can find some key apps to help you switch from one device to another. Here's what you need to know.

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Samsung’s Android Oreo beta is now live for Galaxy S8 owners

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The Samsung Experience 9.0 is now live bringing a beta version of the Android Oreo operating system to Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus owners in the US, UK, and South Korea. Testers provide feedback about performance, stability, and usability in return for being first to use the new OS tweaked to Samsung’s liking. The program helps Samsung develop experiences across mobile software, apps, and other services before their official release.

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

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Tuesday, 23 May 2017

The 5 most common online scams to watch for


The internet can be a scary place. Misinformation, false promises, and fake news lurk behind every clickbait headline and questionable link. Entire industries are built to profit from deceptive tricks to con the naive.
They say a sucker is born every minute, and online scam artists are counting on it. Their tricks are built to prey on trust. In addition to regularly changing the passwords for all of your accounts, the best way to protect yourself from being swindled is to remain skeptical and vigilant of anything that seems out of the ordinary.

The most common online scams

1) “There’s a problem with your account!”

You get an email from what appears to be PayPal or your bank with a message along the lines of: “There’s a problem with your account. Click this link to fix the issue or your account will be suspended.”
Once you click the link, you’re taken to a page that looks exactly like the login page to your account. So you enter your information, hit enter, and then… it doesn’t go through. Maybe just a browser glitch? Probably not.
What’s likely happened is that you’ve just given your valuable account information to scammers who now have free reign to do whatever they please with it.

How to use your Android Wear watch with an iPhone


Courtesy of T3: T3 image If you've got a smartwatch rocking Android Wear 2.0 then you don't have to pair it with an Android phone - you can use an iPhone instead. You won't get quite the same level of functionality, unfortunately, but it means you're not stuck with one phone platform.

Samsung's extra-stretchable display can survive dents


Flexible displays are nothing new. However, most of them don't live up to the dreams of flexible tech -- they may only bend in a limited way. Samsung thinks it can do better. It just unveiled a 9.1-inch prototype OLED display that's stretchable in seemingly every way imaginable: you can bend, roll and even dent it (up to half an inch deep) knowing that it'll revert to its original form. The technology is still very young, but Samsung believes the stretchy screen will be useful for everything from wearables to in-car displays. Imagine a very thin smartwatch that can take some knocks without smashing into pieces.

Facebook Safety Check activated after deadly Manchester blast

Facebook's Safety Check activated after Manchester, England, explosion. Facebook's Safety Check activated after Manchester, England, explosion. Facebook's Safety Check was activated after the explosion in Manchester, England.
Facebook's Safety Check feature was activated Monday in the wake of an explosion at a concert in Manchester, England, that killed 19 and injured about 50 more.
The explosion occurred at the conclusion of an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena just before 10:35 p.m. local time. Greater Manchester police said it was "currently being treated as a terrorist incident until police know otherwise."

Everything points to Apple launching new MacBooks next month


Apple will unveil the next big thing for its various software operating systems at WWDC 2017, including iOS 11 and the next macOS major update. But the iPhone maker is also tipped to launch a variety of new products at the show, including the Siri speaker, a 10.5-inch iPad Pro, and new MacBooks. A new report says that Apple is indeed expected to launch new laptops this quarter, and there’s reason to be excited.
In a new research note to customers, TrendForce said that notebooks are having a little moment, again. Shipments for the first quarter of the year grew by 6.1% compared to last year, totaling around 37.81 million. That’s a 15.6% decline from the Christmas quarter, but still an impressive result for the period.

At least 22 killed in suicide attack at Ariana Grande concert in Britain

 At least 22 people, including some children, were killed and 59 wounded when a suicide bomber struck as thousands of fans streamed out of a concert by U.S. singer Ariana Grande in the English city of Manchester on Monday.Slide 27 of 27: Police and fans close to the Manchester Arena on May 23, 2017 in Manchester, England. There have been reports of explosions at Manchester Arena where Ariana Grande had performed this evening. Greater Manchester Police have have confirmed there are fatalities and warned people to stay away from the area.Prime Minister Theresa May said the incident was being treated as a terrorist attack, making it the deadliest militant assault in Britain since four British Muslims killed 52 people in suicide bombings on London's transport system in July 2005.
Police said the attacker detonated the explosives shortly after 10:33 pm (2133 GMT) at Manchester Arena, which has the capacity to hold 21,000 people. Children were among the dead, police said.
"We believe, at this stage, the attack last night was conducted by one man," Manchester Chief Constable Ian Hopkins told reporters. "The priority is to establish whether he was acting alone or as part of a network.

"We believe the attacker was carrying an improvised explosive device which he detonated causing this atrocity," said Hopkins, who declined to answer questions about whether the attacker was British.
A witness who attended the concert said she felt a huge blast as she was leaving the arena, followed by screaming and a rush by thousands of people trying to escape the building.
A video posted on Twitter showed fans, many of them young, screaming and running from the venue. Dozens of parents frantically searched for their children, posting photos and pleading for information on social media.

Friday, 19 May 2017

3 reasons why Google Lens won I/O



James Martin/CNETThere were plenty of cool announcements at Google I/O, the company's annual developer conference. But the one that got us really excited is Google Lens. Lens is not a piece of hardware, but rather a behind-the-scenes piece of software that can recognize text and objects from a picture or camera. It analyzes and contextualizes what it sees in real time and shares that info quickly.
It sounds pretty dry on paper (Google uses phrases like "machine learning," "vision-based computing" and "artificial intelligence" to describe it), but when it was demoed at the conference, it was actually pretty neat -- even garnering some "oohs" and "ahhs" from the audience.
Here are the three ways Google Lens works, as well as a few real-world scenarios where it may come in handy, and why we're excited about it.
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