iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro Users Can Experience Deep Fusion Through iOS 13.2 Beta

iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro Users Can Experience Deep Fusion Through iOS 13.2 Beta

Apple SVP Phil Schiller showcased Deep Fusion at iPhone 11 launch last month HIGHLIGHTS Deep Fusion uses advanced machine learning It leverages the Neural Engine on A13 Bionic chip The feature optimises texture, details, and noise Deep Fusion, the image...
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British Airways Resuming Services After Latest IT Meltdown

British Airways Resuming Services After Latest IT Meltdown

British Airways apologies to customers for Wednesday’s disruption Highlights The airline warned it would take time for operations to return to normal Over 60 flights were cancelled and more than 100 were delayed The “systems issue” affected H...
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SSC Junior Engineer (JE) Exam Details To Be Announced This Week

SSC Junior Engineer (JE) Exam Details To Be Announced This Week

    SSC JE 2019 Notification, Exam Date, Other Details   New Delhi:  For recruitment of Junior Engineers (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Quantity Surveying & Contracts) for various Departments/ Organizations Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will...
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LG UltraGear 38GL950G, 27GL850, World’s First 1ms Nano IPS Gaming Monitors Launched at E3 2019

LG UltraGear 38GL950G, 27GL850, World’s First 1ms Nano IPS Gaming Monitors Launched at E3 2019

  LG has unveiled two new monitors in its UltraGear series, which it says are the first 1ms Nano-IPS Nvidia G-Sync monitors in the world. Two models have been launched, the 27-inch 27GL850, with a 144Hz maximum refresh rate, and the...
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‘World’s Most Dangerous Laptop’ Aka the Persistence of Chaos Sold for $1.3 Million

‘World’s Most Dangerous Laptop’ Aka the Persistence of Chaos Sold for $1.3 Million

An art patron has paid $1.3 million (roughly Rs. 9 crores) for the tech equivalent of a dormant land mine: a 2008 Samsung laptop containing some of the world’s most destructive malware. “The Persistence of Chaos,” as the work is...
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Asus ZenBook Pro Duo, ZenBook Duo With ScreenPad Plus Secondary Display Unveiled

Asus ZenBook Pro Duo, ZenBook Duo With ScreenPad Plus Secondary Display Unveiled

  Almost a year after unveiling the ZenBook Pro models with a ScreenPad at last year’s Computex, Asus at its Computex 2019 keynote on Monday unveiled the ZenBook Pro Duo with a ScreenPad Plus secondary display. The full-width secondary OLED...
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Asus WebStorage Cloud Backup Update Service Used to Install Malware on Users’ PCs, Researchers Say

Asus WebStorage Cloud Backup Update Service Used to Install Malware on Users’ PCs, Researchers Say

  Security researchers at Eset have reported that Asus’ online WebStorage cloud service has been used to distribute malware thanks to a security flaw in the desktop client’s automatic updater. By exploiting an insecure HTTP connection and faul...
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Microsoft Build 2019: Chromium-Based Edge Gets New Features, Cortana Gets Custom Skills for Enterprises, and More

Microsoft Build 2019: Chromium-Based Edge Gets New Features, Cortana Gets Custom Skills for Enterprises, and More

  Microsoft is kicking off Build 2019 today. But just ahead of the keynote session of the annual developer conference, the Redmond company has revealed that Microsoft 365 is being used in 181 markets and 44 languages worldwide. Microsoft at...
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Windows 10 May 2019 Update Now Available to Download Through Microsoft’s Media Creation Tool

Windows 10 May 2019 Update Now Available to Download Through Microsoft’s Media Creation Tool

HIGHLIGHTS Microsoft is deliberately rolling this update out slowly to avoid trouble The Windows 10 October 2018 Update had to be pulled due to critical bugs The Media Creation tool lets users perform a clean Windows 10 install Anyone can...
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Asus PCs Hit by Malware Delivered by Hackers Through Automatic Update Service

Asus PCs Hit by Malware Delivered by Hackers Through Automatic Update Service

 In a sophisticated targeted espionage operation, hackers infected tens of thousands of computers from the Taiwanese vendor ASUS with malicious software using the company’s online automatic update service, security researchers reported Monday. Kaspersky...
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