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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 Launch Sees It Quietly Delete Ads Mocking Apple for Removing the Headphone Jack

Samsung quietly removed ads mocking Apple The Galaxy Note 10 series lacks a headphone jack The Galaxy Note 10 does not offer expandable storage When Apple removed the headphone jack from its iPhone 7 ₹39,849, multiple manufacturers took at jab at them for this move. Samsung was one of those manufacturers that made adverts mocking Apple’s decision. And now, three years after this incident, Samsung has quietly taken down these adverts as it has also removed the 3.5mm headphone jack from the recently launched Galaxy Note 10 series. The Galaxy…

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12 HOTTEST BABY SAFETY GADGETS

Newborn babies are very delicate, while toddlers are rambunctious and injury prone. That’s why it’s important for mothers and fathers to be aware of the latest and greatest baby safety gadgets that can help keep their children safe. Here are some we found. #1 – BC Family Goods Baby Proofing Corner Guards WHAM! “SCREAM!” Repeat. You know you need these clever devices to keep the head banging down to a minimum. This set from Amazon is cushy but doesn’t obnoxiously stand out. Place them any sharp-cornered tables, chairs, cabinets, or…

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Google Assistant Now Reads Out WhatsApp, Telegram, Slack Messages, Even Lets You Reply to Them

Assistant will only read out text messages It will not play audio messages or videos You can even reply to those messages if you want Google Assistant can now read WhatsApp, Telegram, and Slack messages out loud, and even reply to them. Earlier, the tech giant’s voice assistant was restricted to reading SMS texts sent via the native messaging app only, but now that feature supports third-party communication apps as well. This includes apps like GroupMe, Discord, Slack, Telegram, WhatsApp, and many more. To try this new feature, users have…

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Microsoft Working on Cloud OS Restore Feature for Windows 10

The feature will show up in a future version of Windows 10. In an attempt to refresh the way users reset their PCs, Microsoft is testing a way to facilitate Cloud-based dowloading of the Windows 10 operating system (OS). While the “Cloud download” feature has not been made available for public testing as yet, it would appear on devices when testers boot a Windows machine in failed state. “Insiders may notice some references to “Cloud download” relating to PC reset or refresh. This feature isn’t available and working quite yet.…

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TOP 4 FITNESS GADGETS FOR HOME WORKOUTS

How much do you value having energy and drive in your day? Most professionals recognize the importance of exercising for their careers. Unfortunately, workouts are not always accessible for people with busy schedules. That is why we wanted to list four technological gadgets for fitness that can be used anywhere, anytime. Mini Exercise Bike Mini Bikes are perfect for professionals who want to be in shape without having to workout. Even though cardio exercises don’t build your muscles, it will activate your body and brain to become sharper when working…

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Jessica Alba’s Twitter Account Hacked, Racist and Homophobic Tweets Posted: Report

American actress Jessica Alba’s Twitter account appeared to have been hacked during the weekend, according to reports and screenshots taken by other Twitter users. The screenshots show a series of racist, homophobic, anti-Semitic and other offensive tweets apparently sent out from Alba’s account. The tweets have since been deleted and she has not posted about the incident. The 38-year-old seems to be a target of an unknown hacker with fans tweeting back at her in shock at the hateful language of the tweets posted from her Twitter handle. In addition,…

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Windows 10 May Soon Allow Amazon Alexa to Activate on the Lock Screen

The new change is currently a part of a Windows 10 Insider Preview Build It will enable third-party digital assistants to activate on lock screen By default, the change is disabled Amid transforming Cortana and making it complementary to Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, Microsoft has started testing a new Windows 10 build that will enable third-party digital assistants to voice activate on the lock screen. The new change, which is currently available through Windows 10 Insider Preview Build version 18362.10005, is supposedly set to expand Alexa on the latest…

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Microsoft Testing Passwordless Sign-Ins for Windows 10

Meanwhile, a Windows 7 security update has people up in arms over the inclusion of telemetry files. Windows 10 Insider Build 18936 is now available for Fast Ring insiders The new passwordless sign-in is slowly reaching all Fast Ring insiders The latest build also brings Phone Screen support for more devices Microsoft is testing a passwordless future for Windows 10 PCs. The company has released a new build for Fast Ring insiders that adds a new option that enables passwordless sign-ins for Microsoft Accounts. Choosing this option will make Microsoft…

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Logitech Wireless Keyboards, Mice Vulnerable to Hijacking Flaws, Company Won’t Patch All: Report

Logitech is leaving at least two vulnerabilities unpatched as fixes would likely impact device functionality. All Logitech USB receivers with Unifying radio tech are affected The company has been using Unifying radio tech since 2009 Logitech recommends keeping USB receivers and connected machines safe A security researcher has found vulnerabilities in the USB receivers used by Logitech wireless keyboards, mice, and presentation clickers. These vulnerabilities can allow a malicious party to not only eavesdrop on keystrokes, but also inject their own keystrokes, letting them effectively take over the computer connected…

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NASA Successfully Tests Orion Launch-Abort System for Moon-Mission Capsule

NASA carried out a successful test Tuesday of a launch abort system for a capsule designed to take US astronauts to the moon. The test was carried out at Cape Canaveral in Florida and carried live on NASA TV. The exercise aimed to test in almost real-life conditions the evacuation of astronauts from the Orion capsule in the event of an explosion or other problem shortly after launch of the rocket taking them into space. This is the US equivalent of an emergency system used last October to bring a…

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