Apple 

Apple kills a popular iPhone feature

Apple discontinues popular iPhone feature: Apple is one of the market leaders in terms of technology and has time and again proved to be a game changer for the technology industry. However, this time Apple has been forced to go back a little and get rid of the 3D Touch feature. The announcement was made during the WWDC 2019 where the beta version of the iOS 13 was announced. This feature was launched with the iPhone 6S and had continued in the latest iPhone models which were XS and XS Max.…

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Mobile 

The Mobile Workforce Of Tomorrow Is On The Way

The next generation of mobile is on the way—and sooner than we think. With lightning-fast mobile speeds, improved reliability, seamless connectivity and more, consumers and businesses alike can expect a dramatic transformation in the way people work. As mobile networks of the future take shape, tomorrow’s workforce will increasingly leverage cutting-edge technologies to simplify and accelerate work—from meetings via hologram or virtual reality to AI-enabled tools that boost efficiency across a variety of tasks. More widespread use of groundbreaking technologies like augmented and virtual reality in the modern workplace is…

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Computer 

Apple unveils $5,999 Mac Pro computer aimed at professionals

Apple unveiled the latest version of its high-end desktop computer, the Mac Pro, alongside several other announcements at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday. With prices starting at $5,999, the new Mac Pro will rank as one of Apple’s most expensive – and powerful — pieces of hardware when it goes on sale this fall. Aimed at professionals handling tech-intensive projects such as video editing and animation, the redesigned model features a stainless steel frame and “cheese grater”-style, removable aluminum housing, which allows users to easily modify the computer…

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Gadgets 

Two masked robbers steal expensive liquor, gadgets and over Rs 1 lakh from Delhi’s Art House Cafe

The incident took place around 5.30 pm on Sunday, June 2. After the incident, the manager of the cafe, Surojit Kar lodged a complaint with the police. The staff of the cafe found that the lock of the shutter was broken (Representative Image).  |  Photo Credit: Getty Images New Delhi: The Art House Cafe in Connaught Place was allegedly robbed by two masked men. The two accused were captured by the CCTV cameras installed in the cafe. According to the CCTV footage, the two accused stole cash, liquor and other valuables…

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Computer 

Schools, businesses grapple with schools’ computer education

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – Kansas leaders in business, education and politics are considering ways to update the state’s school curriculums to teach students computer science skills that will prepare them for how technology is changing the world. Making the changes would require overcoming several obstacles, including how to add more computer science courses without reducing time for traditional science subjects, and attracting and keeping computer experts who generally make much higher salaries in the private sector, Kansas News Service reports. Rep. Steve Huebert, an engineer who leads the Kansas House Education…

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Mobile 

Yogi Adityanath Bans Mobile Phones In Cabinet Meetings

LUCKNOW:  Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has banned the use of mobile phones during his official meetings, including at cabinet meetings. “The Chief Minister wants all ministers should focus on issues that are discussed in the cabinet meetings. They should not get distracted by their mobile phones. Some ministers have been busy reading messages on WhatsApp during the meetings,” said a senior official in the chief minister’s secretariat. The decision has also been taken keeping in view hacking and electronic espionage threats. The ministers were, earlier, allowed to bring…

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Computer 

Chinese computer research body to cut ties with division of U.S.-based IEEE

SHANGHAI: Beijing-based technology research group The China Computer Federation (CCF) is suspending communications with a U.S. based engineers’ association in the latest example of fallout from the U.S. embargo on phone maker Huawei Technologies. The CCF said on Thursday it would suspend dealings with the publications division of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a day after the latter confirmed it will bar Huawei staff from participating in certain aspects of the peer review process for its research papers. The conflict between the two organizations highlights how trade restrictions imposed on Huawei…

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Mobile 

Mobile cyber threats on the rise, but awareness still low: Experts

Smartphones are gaining currency in the Indian market, but their owners still show apathy towards protecting themselves from cyber threats, say cyber-security experts. Lack of awareness of device vulnerability is seen as one main reason why information and data security of smartphones is not a priority, they said. According to data (mostly India-specific) from cyber security firm Quick Heal, over 3,000 Android malware are reported per day. And yet, this doesn’t show a complete picture as many attacks go unreported. Data from cyber security firm Symantec states that after the…

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Apple 

Forget iPhone 11, Apple’s Next Radical iPhones Revealed

Worried about Apple’s objectively ugly new iPhone 11 and iPhone XR2? You now have a very good reason to skip them. Left to right: iPhone XR2, iPhone 11 Max, iPhone 11 – renders based on extensive leaks EVERYTHINGAPPLEPRO Having attained a leaked report from financial giant Barclays, the ever-excellent MacRumors reveals Apple will bring back Touch ID for its 2020 iPhone. And, in typical Apple-style, it will late to the in-display reader trend seen this year but deliver a technological leap beyond anything we have experienced so far. Barclays states that the big differentiator is…

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Apple 

Apple iOS 12.3.1 Release: Should You Upgrade?

Apple iOS 13 has iPhone owners worried, but iOS 12 is on a roll. Both iOS 12.2 and iOS 12.3 have been rock solid updates after a string of high profile blunders. Now the sudden release of iOS 12.3.1 is here, so should you upgrade or has Apple returned to its bad habits? Here’s everything you need to know…  Apple iOS 12 APPLE Who Is It For? iOS 12.3.1 has been released for all iOS 12 compatible devices. This means iPhone 5S or later, iPad mini 2 or later and 6th generation iPod touch or later. Upgrades…

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