As the release date approaches, anticipation builds for the launch of the Nothing Phone 2. This highly anticipated sequel promises exciting features and collaborations. Owners of the original Nothing Phone 1 have something to look forward to as well, thanks to the partnership with the iconic Swedish DJ supergroup, Swedish House Mafia. In their latest teaser, Nothing showcases the possibilities of new ringtone customization and light patterns.
YouTube, the popular online video-sharing platform, is making strides to empower content creators and expand its offerings. In a recent announcement at VidCon 2023, YouTube unveiled its upcoming feature that will allow creators to dub videos in other languages. Leveraging Aloud, an AI-powered dubbing product developed by Google's in-house Area 120 incubator, YouTube aims to simplify the process of creating multilingual content. Additionally, reports suggest that YouTube is exploring the world of online gaming, following in the footsteps of streaming giant Netflix. Let's delve deeper into these exciting developments.
Have you ever noticed that contactless payments aren’t exactly contactless? Since near-field communication (NFC) technology works at such a short distance, you often end up having to touch your device with another device. But that status quo could change in the next few years
ChatGPT, the revolutionary conversational chatbot by OpenAI, has garnered immense popularity since its launch in November 2022. However, its widespread adoption has also made it an attractive target for hackers and malicious actors. Shockingly, a recent data breach has exposed the vulnerability of ChatGPT, with over 100,000 accounts falling victim to unauthorized access. What's even more concerning is that India has emerged as one of the worst-affected countries in this cyber attack. In this article, we delve into the details of this distressing incident and discuss the implications for user security.
In today's digital age, students are increasingly relying on laptops for various academic activities, from note-taking to conducting research. Acknowledging this tech-centric learning trend, companies have started developing programs catered to student needs. Figma, a cloud-based design tool, has recently made a groundbreaking announcement in collaboration with Google for Education. They are now offering free access to Figma for all K-12 students in the United States. This initiative aims to empower students with advanced design capabilities and foster creativity within the educational landscape.
Reliance Jio's highly anticipated 5G smartphone, the Jio Phone 5G, has been the subject of numerous rumors and speculations. While there is no official confirmation yet, leaked images and information have emerged, giving us a glimpse into what could be the Jio Phone 5G. In this article, we will delve into the leaked details, including the phone's design, key specifications, expected launch timeline, and more.
The highly anticipated release of the Nothing Phone (2) is just a few weeks away, and it appears that this upgraded smartphone will come with a significantly higher price tag. While the original Nothing Phone (1) captured attention with its affordable price and high-end features, the sequel seems poised for a price hike that may alter the device's accessibility. In this article, we explore the reported price increase, delve into the Phone (2)'s improved specifications, and examine the swirling rumors of Nothing's potential smartwatch venture.
In February, Reddit, one of the largest online communities, fell victim to a devastating cyberattack. Recently, the identity of the perpetrators has come to light: a ransomware group known as BlackCat. What sets this hack apart from others is not only the scale of the breach but also the audacious demands made by the hackers. Alongside a demand for a $4.5 million ransom, BlackCat is pushing for Reddit to roll back its planned API pricing changes that had triggered widespread user and moderator protests.
Realme, the popular smartphone brand, has recently come under scrutiny due to allegations of collecting user data without their consent. The issue revolves around a feature called "Enhanced Intelligent Services" that is enabled by default on Realme UI 4.0, running on most Realme smartphone models. This controversy was brought to light by a Twitter user, who pointed out that the feature collects various types of user information, including device information, app usage statistics, location data, calendar events, and even statistics about unread SMS messages and missed calls.
As some subreddits continue blackouts to protest Reddit's plans to charge high prices for its API, Reddit has informed the moderators of those subreddits that it has plans to replace resistant moderation teams to keep spaces "open and accessible to users."