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The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is Shown from all Angles in New Leaked Images

The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is Shown from all Angles in New Leaked Images

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The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is finally seen from all angles in new renders filtered within a week of its presentation. A week after its official presentation, the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 has let us see its design completely. A few hours ago we shared your first real image, however, now several official renders have been leaked; courtesy of the MySmartPrice portal. The images allow us to appreciate the folding smartphone, for the first time, from all angles. If no surprise occurs, this will be about it to be announced on August 5 in the Samsung Unpacked. The overall design of the Galaxy Fold 2, despite being simulating the previous model, boasts an important novelty: the front region is now fully occupied by the screen thanks to a perforation for the camera. In the first Fold we saw a large t...
Can the Rising Internet Usage be Handled by the Current Systems in Place? Read more to Find out

Can the Rising Internet Usage be Handled by the Current Systems in Place? Read more to Find out

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As millions of people sit back and relax with the opportunity of working from home, questions regarding the internet viability over a long time have emerged. At the time of writing, over 300,000 people are infected with the novel strain of the COVID-19 and many countries around the world are already seeing their health systems under strain. Many policymakers have now started concerning the technological aspects of the internet staying online if many more join the spectrum of working from their private confinements. As the U.S enters the second week of the complete self-quarantine process, many home broadband networks have begun experiencing a strained experience. Europe and Asia have been experiencing the same strain with the governments of the respective countries even asking major soc...
Hewlett Packard Enterprise-built Supercomputer Rivals Competitors as it Performs 2 Quintillion Calculations Per Second

Hewlett Packard Enterprise-built Supercomputer Rivals Competitors as it Performs 2 Quintillion Calculations Per Second

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The Hewlett Packard Enterprise has come up with a supercomputer that rivals the industry-leading players by a quite margin as it packs the capabilities of performing 2 quintillion calculations per second. The supercomputer is powered by an AMD chipset and will be production-ready by 2023 at an astounding price of $600 million and will be assembled at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory known as the El Capitan. "We expect when it's delivered to the laboratory in 2023, it will be the fastest supercomputer in the world," Bill Goldstein, director of the Livermore lab, said Wednesday. He spoke at a press conference at HPE offices in San Jose, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley, at which HPE, AMD, and LLNL announced their El Capitan ambitions along with design details. In retros...
MGM Resorts Exposed to Severe Hacks Leaving Personal Data of Millions of Guests Free in the Wind

MGM Resorts Exposed to Severe Hacks Leaving Personal Data of Millions of Guests Free in the Wind

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Hacking a website might not seem like a pretty big deal nowadays with the vast leaps in espionage technology and the general demeanor that the general public seems to carry around. Recently, the MGM resort group reported that they had a potential third party backdoor entry that distributed personal data of their guests. A report quotes that data loss for guests numbering in millions, 10.6 million to be exact. The hack gained access to the data of the guests that were camped in the resort last summer. The hack was further exposed by ZDNet on Wednesday, which said that the stolen information was posted on a thread that usually caters to leaked information. The leaked data exposes the names, addresses, and passport numbers of the former guests. MGM in a press release quoted that no financi...
Facebook Posts Low Profits Amid Criticism Surrounding Misinformation and Protection of User Privacy

Facebook Posts Low Profits Amid Criticism Surrounding Misinformation and Protection of User Privacy

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Facebook was already caught in a tiff regarding their privacy policies as they introduced unfiltered ad campaigns during the election season. While a big tech company like Facebook will survive minor changes involving their policies, Facebook has posted a slightly lower profit than expected. While it is because of their “No cuckold” attitude towards changing their policies or their slight disregard towards public opinion, maybe Facebook should change their strategies in order to recoup their losses. Around 3 billion people use Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp or The Facebook Messenger every month giving the firm a potentially limitless digital space for exploration. The company is now looking to be able to send messages across their apps without having to switch applications, which will be a
Blue Origin Launch of Reusable New Shepard Spacecraft Delayed Due to Bad Weather

Blue Origin Launch of Reusable New Shepard Spacecraft Delayed Due to Bad Weather

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It was not all good for Blue Origin as it will have to hold its plans for at least one more day before attempting to fly its initial space mission in period of seven months, especially after bad weather delayed a launch attempt that was to happen yesterday (Dec. 10). Founded by Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, the private spaceflight firm hoped to launch the Shepard aircraft from a site West of Texas at around 11:30 a.m. EST only to cancels the plan due to unfavorable weather conditions. “We are scrubbing today’s New Shepard launch due to weather conditions,” wrote Blue Origin in a Twitter update. While an exact time of the launch hasn’t been established, another attempt is expected today (Dec. 11) morning. New Shepard is a reusable rocket and spacecraft capsule intended to carry out science pay
Facebook and Instagram Go Down During Thanksgiving – Recovers After a Few Hours

Facebook and Instagram Go Down During Thanksgiving – Recovers After a Few Hours

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Facebook and Instagram faced several issues for a couple of hours during Thanksgiving and all around the world as the photo-sharing platform glitched presumably, only to recover after a couple of hours. Just like the feeling that you get that your turkey is just done but not quite, Facebook and Instagram pulled an “oopsie” on perhaps the second biggest day to share your memories after New Year’s and Christmas. Many users across the globe faced a variety of issues ranging from not receiving notifications and not able to upload new pictures across both platforms. However, Facebook was quick to restore service to Facebook, their primary platform after a couple of hours after the issue went viral and soon after fixed the issue for Instagram too. “Earlier today, people may have experienced tr
Amazon Music Unveils Free Ad-Supported Version of its Streaming Service

Amazon Music Unveils Free Ad-Supported Version of its Streaming Service

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Amazon Music has launched its free ad-supported streaming tier with hopes that it will be able to compete with Spotify. Seven months ago, Billboard broke the news that Amazon was working on a free streaming tier but no information was given regarding when it would be completed and unveiled. In September, the tech company launched a free ad-supported version for only customers who owned Amazon Echo devices and some Alexa-powered smart speakers. However, the new Amazon ad-supported streaming service which was unveiled on Monday, November 18 can be accessed through the Amazon Music app for Android, iOS, and Fire OS. The new product from Amazon is expected to compete with Spotify free streaming service which currently has about 140 million users. One thing that Spotify has done which Amaz...
Facebook Says It Has Taken Down 11 Million Child Abuse Post Within 3 Months

Facebook Says It Has Taken Down 11 Million Child Abuse Post Within 3 Months

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Facebook has revealed that it has removed 11.6 million posts related to child abuse between July to September 2019. In a bid to remove harmful content from its platforms, Facebook decided to take down content that promotes child nudity and child sexual exploitation. The social network platform says it has succeeded in removing 11.6 million of such post from Facebook and 754,000 from Instagram between July and September. Facebook's action follows the public's reaction to Molly Russell's death. The 14-year-old committed suicide in 2017 and her father eventually discovered several graphic materials about suicide and self-harm on her Instagram account. Molly's father, Ian Russell, led calls for the reformation of Instagram to prevent more teenagers from causing harm to themselves after gain...
Sony Teams Up With ‘The Void’ to Give Users New VR Experience in Upcoming Jumanji Movie

Sony Teams Up With ‘The Void’ to Give Users New VR Experience in Upcoming Jumanji Movie

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Sony VR will allow you to enter Jumanji Sony Pictures in conjunction with The Void, VR attraction firm wants to give users a new VR experience. The companies are working with the upcoming Sony film Jumanji: The Next Level. The VR experience is called Jumanji: Reverse the Curse and it will allow users to enter the jungles of Jumanji virtually. They will also be allowed to explore the physical stage with props, walls and multi-sensory effects including smell and touch. The experience is immersive Four visitors can take part in the experience at once. The users transform into characters from the movie including Ruby Roundhouse, Dr. Bravestone, Professor Oberon and “Mouse” Finbar. They are avatars of 4 high school students to make the experience more surreal. The experience aims to res