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“Dragonfly” halted ! Google’s censored search engine for China has reportedly suspended when internal confrontation

A couple of months ago, it was noted that Google, the world’s bringing search engine, is working on a secret project for the Chinese market. That secret project, Dragonfly gadget, was a censored search engine for China. However, as per the latest reports, amid outcry indoor and outdoor of Google, the manufacturer has set aside its controversial push to launch a censored search service in China. The pressure appears to have caused leaders to “shelve it at least in the short term,” said the report from The Intercept. The report When it comes Google working on a censored search engine for China had already caused an outcry among human rights activists who were concerned that the manufacturer would block a long list of foreign websites and search queries like the 1989 Tiananmen massacre and reports When it comes the Chinese leadership. As per the report, plenty of Google engineers working on the project have reportedly been reassigned to projects related to Brazil, Indonesia, Russia, and other countries. In 2008, Google purchased 265.com, a outstanding Chinese web directory, which moreover has a search feature, however queries are redirected to Baidu, China’s most well known search engine. Before they’re sent to Baidu, however, they are Furthermore sent back to a Google database. Google was reportedly using this as a way to effectively build blacklists to deliver Dragonfly compliant with Chinese censorship regulations. Google then apparently used this large set of queries to “improve” its own results. The “data analysis system” that Google was using to develop Dragonfly was not disclosed to the privacy team. After raising concerns, Dragonfly engineers have been prevented from analyzing 265.com queries, and that has brought the project to a standstill. Read also: Google return in China under question after employee outcry Whenever years of being absent from China’s web search market, Google had wanted to launch the Dragonfly product in soon 2019. Alphabet’s search engine platform was pulled out by the company in 2010 although its video platform YouTube has been blocked in China. Last week, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that Google had no immediate targets to launch Dragonfly in China, although his answers were vague enough to not rule out any future action. Source: link

Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra and Nokia 8 getting new updates

Sony has started pushing out a new update to its Xperia XA1 Ultra smartphone. It's a security update that bumps the build number from 42.0.A.4.153 to 42.0.A.4.167, and delivers the Android January security patch. There's no information on what other changes (if any) are included in the update. Android OS version stays at 7.0 Nougat as well. Moving on, the Nokia 8 has also started getting the January patch. The update - which also includes fixes for Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities - weighs in at around 97MB and is currently hitting units in Europe. Via 1 2



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Meizu M6T coming to India as a Flipkart exclusive

Meizu is reportedly working with Flipkart to bring its midrange M6T to the Indian market soon. According to sources the phone will start off as a Flipkart exclusive and could subsequently land on Jio with a plan. No word on a date or price has been given. The Meizu M6T launched in China in May. It has a 5.7-inch 720x1440px 18:9 LCD, a MediaTek 6750 with a quad-core CPU and 3GB or 4GB of RAM. The distinguishing feature of the Meizu M6T is the dual camera on the back - a 13MP f/2.2 main camera mated to a 2MP f/2.4 secondary snapper aimed at depth sensing for portrait mode shots. On...



Nokia 3310 4G can make an LTE-powered a Wi-Fi hotspot

HMD unveiled its third version of the reborn Nokia 3310 - but this 4G model is an odd duck. It's LTE connectivity is a boon and it has Wi-Fi, which can be used to create a hotspot to share the data connection with other devices. It's odd, however, because it runs YunOS, an incompatible fork of Android. Don't expect to run anything but preloaded apps, though (there's no mention of Yun's app store). Probably for the best since it's working with 256MB of RAM and 512MB of storage, too little for even Android Go. Anyway, the Nokia 3310 4G is a single SIM phone with VoLTE support. It will be...