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Macs and iOS devices also affected by Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities

Yesterday it was revealed that the large majority of the devices that we use powered by Intel, AMD and ARM processors are vulnerable to attacks via two security flaws - named Meltdown and Spectre. These are serious vulnerabilities and the whole industry is responding accordingly. Today Apple confirmed that all Mac systems and iOS devices are also affected by the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities: All Mac systems and iOS devices are affected, but there are no known exploits impacting customers at this time. It then went on to reassure customers by confirming that it had started to...



Huawei’s 3D Moderator app brings AR to the Mate 20 Pro and Porsche Design

Huawei is launching its 3D Moderator app for the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and Mate 20 RS Porsche Design which enables some pretty impressive AR tricks. Using the advanced tech inside the Mate 20 Pro/RS Porsche Design notch and the Kirin 980 chipset, 3D Moderator can scan a real life object and let you play with it inside the camera viewfinder. The app creates "AI Live Model" or "3D Live Object" by using the combination of the 24MP selfie camera, the dot projector, flood illuminator, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor and the IR camera, in conjunction with the Kirin 980 chipset's two...



Week 10 in review: Samsung Galaxy S8 leaks keep coming

MWC 2017 is gone and everyone is looking forward to the next big event in the mobile technology - the Galaxy S8 announcement on March 29. It's just that at the rate these leaks are coming in there will be hardly anything left to announce when the time comes. The long-awaited Samsung flagship may be the biggest talking point right now but there were some announcements that embellished the news feed in the past week. BlackBerry Aurora was unveiled in Malaysia and Xiaomi revealed smart shoes powered by Intel. India will host its own MWC in September, though it's unlikely to be as...



Huawei Mate 20 Pro prototype pictured: a curved screen makes for slim bezels

The glass panels of the Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro hinted at slim bezels, but the launch box we saw last week did its best to conceal the design. This dummy offers a much cleaner look at the upcoming design. This is the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, you can tell by the wide bezel (and by the label on the screen, obviously). The non-Pro model is coming with a smaller waterdrop notch instead. Huawei Mate 20 Pro prototype However, the Pro model will house a 3D face scanner in that notch (according to rumors). Further differences include screen resolution - 1,440 x 3,120px for the Pro...



2 companies and nine people charged for allegedly selling Samsung’s curved panel tech!

As per information revealed, it has been surfaced that about nine guys in 2 alternative companies have been allegedly involved in selling Samsung’s fresh curved OLED present tech to few third-party vendor. The third-party vendor is reportedly some Chinese company. Samsung’s supplier, TopTec Co LTD’s CEO was among guys who are arrested above the matter. In detail, CEO of the Samsung’s supplier manufacturer and most eight employees are involved in this whole racket. They have received $13.8 million combines for passing on the details of the private documents of Samsung’s curved-edge OLED present. In order to deliver the thing watch original and hide it in the agencies, the group formed a shell company. It helped them to receive present display information in Samsung Show, and later they passed on the same tech to the Chinese manufacturer. The allegations on Toptec Additionally include selling of Samsung’s “3D lamination” tech. As per an estimate, Samsung has employed enormous resources both monetary and human to build this technology. Approximately, they employed 38 engineers and invested $134 million in developing the flowed out display panel. In a statement by Samsung Display, Bloomberg said in a statement that they are “shocked at the achievements of the investigation by prosecutors, at a time after competitors are intensifying their technological rivalry.” Even the South Korean government is acting excellently as they believe it to be a national core technology. Exact same matters are of superb concern for the technology world, as it can destroy the production environment for inventions and other new technologies. It can prove a major debacle for the company who have gained such technology whenever the hard work of couple of several years. It’s not a new thing in the technology game, various times companies have alleged of stealing their technologies. Recently, Uber was accused of stealing trade secrets in the Alphabet’s Waymo. We hope this time, whoever has committed the crime of stealing the technologies must be put behind bars with a huge penalty. Which do you say When it comes the theft and stealing of patents and other fresh technologies those days? Is it everything that government need to keep a check? Share your essential thoughts via comments below.