iPhone 14’s SOS satellite feature saves a man in Alaska

December 2, 2022

Category: Mobile, Smartphones

Just a couple of weeks after Apple’s new Emergency SOS service went live in the US and Canada, the first success story is here. A man used his iPhone 14 to beam an SOS signal to a rescue team via […]

Nvidia and Microsoft are building a supercomputer in the cloud

November 17, 2022

NVIDIA and Microsoft are collaborating on a new cloud-based AI-focused supercomputer, which they claim will be “one of the most powerful in the world” when complete. The new machine will leverage the supercomputing infrastructure of Microsoft Azure(opens in new tab) […]

Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S20 and Note 20 series get stable One UI 5.0 update

November 7, 2022

Category: Mobile, Smartphones

Samsung is extending its OneUI 5.0 update to the Galaxy S21 series alongside the older Galaxy S20 series and the Note 20 duo as promised by the official update rollout schedule. European units of the Galaxy S21, the Galaxy S21+ […]

Computing, Hardware

Samsung unveils GDDR6 memory with a huge capacity upgrade

November 30, 2022

Via: Techradar

Samsung has announced its brand-new GDDR6 memory that’s set to solve the requirement of “massive memory and increased computing power” typically required by a workstation for creating objects and environments in virtual spaces. The company calls this the “industry’s first […]

Mobile, Smartphones

Google’s security team says companies need to get better at patching Android

November 29, 2022

Via: Techradar

Google is warning that Android smartphone manufacturers need to get better at patching their devices. In a blog post(opens in new tab) published by Google’s cybersecurity arm, Project Zero, the researchers explain how Android’s biggest strength – the decentralization if […]

Cybersecurity, Security

7 Cyber Security Tips for SMBs

November 29, 2022

Via: The Hacker News

When the headlines focus on breaches of large enterprises like the Optus breach, it’s easy for smaller businesses to think they’re not a target for hackers. Surely, they’re not worth the time or effort? Unfortunately, when it comes to cyber […]

Hacking, Security

Google is going after scammers that prey on small businesses

November 29, 2022

Via: Mashable

Today, Google announced a lawsuit against scams targeting small businesses. Scammers have been impersonating Google and charging a fee to set up a Business Profile — a free tool offered by Google that enables businesses to show up in search […]

Computing, Software & Applications

Wasmer 3.0 revamps API, memory management

November 29, 2022

Via: Info World

Version 3.0 of the Wasmer server-side runtime for WebAssembly (Wasm) has just been released, with improved API and memory management and the ability to run WAPM (WebAssembly Package Manager) packages directly. Launched November 23, open source Wasmer 3.0 features a […]

Gadgets, Mobile

Now the Apple Watch Ultra can actually be your diving computer

November 28, 2022

Via: The Verge

Divers no longer have to wait to use the Apple Watch Ultra as a dive computer. Starting today, you can download the Oceanic Plus app to plan, track, and review dives. While the Ultra has a native Depth app, it’s […]

Apps & OS, Mobile

Machine Learning is Invaluable for Mobile App Testing Automation

November 23, 2022

Via: SmartData Collective

Machine learning technology has transformed countless fields in recent years. One of the professions affected the most by advances in machine learning is mobile app development. The market for mobile artificial intelligence is projected to be worth nearly $9.7 billion […]