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Google Photos’ facial recognition feature now works for pets as well

Google Photos already has a facial recognition feature that recognizes faces of people in your photos, so that you can label them (which in turns makes it easy for you to search for a particular family member or friend). And now, the feature has been updated to recognize your pets as well. So basically, "you'll be able to see photos of the cats and dogs now grouped alongside people, and you can label them by name, search to quickly find photos of them, or even better, photos of you and them," the company said in a blog post. With the update, the section 'People' - which contains...



Headphone jack on OnePlus 5 is safe, a cryptic tweet by Carl Pei suggests

Carl Pei, co-founder of OnePlus, is engaging fans on Twitter, but he is crafty with his words. When questioned about the headphone jack on the OnePlus 5, he simply answered: "Why did the headphone jack cross the road?" One of the prototypes that we've seen so far didn't have a jack on the bottom, but we never did get to see the top side of that device. It seems that this is what Pei is hinting at, the jack will be on the other side of the handset (perhaps to make room for an extra speaker?). Why did the headphone jack cross the road? https://t.co/8sSXI8zB8y— Carl Pei (@getpeid) May 19,...



Huawei FLA-AL00 specs outed by TENAA

Huawei might be preparing for a launch of at least three new P20 phones, including a Lite version, a regular variant and a Plus-sized flagship, but more info about previously leaked FLA-AL00 device just arrived on TENAA. The phone, most likely to come as the Huawei nova 3, will have Kirin 659 chipset and four cameras. Huawei FLA-AL00 The alleged nova 3 is listed with three code names - FLA-AL00, FLA-AL10, FLA-AL20. The first version will come with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage, while the other two are mostly different in SIM availability. Huawei has equipped the phones...



AI camera tech in LG V30S was developed with EyeEm, which beat Google last year

LG launched its own artificial intelligence platform - ThinkQ - and it brought it to phones with the new LG V30S ThinkQ. Among its new features is AI CAM, a layer of artificial smarts on top of the camera viewfinder. It recognizes what's in the scene and adjusts the camera settings accordingly. AI CAM was done in collaboration with EyeEm and its Vision API. The company's app was recently featured on Google's Android Excellence list, but there's more to it than that - EyeEm's image recognition is better than Google's. A benchmark performed last year graded multiple algorithms on how...



Huawei CFO arrested in Canada for violating Iran sanctions

The recent trade sanctions from the US on Huawei is getting Lots even worse. The disputes are now getting deeper, and both the parties are alleging each most with serious charges. In newest, Canadian law enforcement has arrested Huawei CFO Wanzhou Meng in Vancouver while she was changing her flights. The arrest has been made by Canadian law enforcement at the request of the US over violating the Iran sanctions. Only minimal details are out yet, however as per some sources, she was arrested on December 1st in Vancouver and will have a initial bail hearing on December 7th. Ms Meng has sought a publication ban in the court regarding the whole scenario. Meng Wanzhou aka Sabrina or Cathy Meng serves as CFO and deputy chairwoman of Huawei’s board. Huawei has clarified from their close that she faces unspecified charges in the New York. Later, other sources claimed that the arrest had been made to investigate whether Huawei violated US sanctions on Iran or not. Further speaking on the problem!, Huawei spokesperson said, “The company has been provided very little reports regarding the charges and is not informed of any wrongdoing by Ms. Meng. The company believes the Canadian and US legal systems will ultimately reach a just conclusion. Huawei complies with all applicable laws and regulations wherever it operates, such as applicable export control and sanction laws and regulations of the UN, US and EU.” On the most hand, the Chinese embassy in Canada issued a statement asking both the United States and Canada to “immediately proper the wrongdoing and restore the personal freedom of Ms. Meng Wanzhou.” The tensions between the US and Huawei started a several months ago due to allegations of spying by the Chinese government using Huawei’s equipment. Due to the fact then, Huawei is facing operational difficulties in the US and few other countries which includes Australia, Fresh Zealand, etc. Moreover, the US is advising the countries to bare in using Huawei apparatus to unveield new telecommunication technologies.