• Samsung Galaxy S9 showed up on Reddit, taken down soon - Deccan Chronicle

    As we all know nothing regarding tech can be hidden anymore on the internet, there have been numerous leaks about specs and colours of the Samsung rsquo;s Galaxy S9s already. Ahead of its launch at MWC next week, a Reddit user managed to get his hands on the Galaxy S9 and shared some interesting features about the upcoming flagship from Samsung. This most anticipated flagship is soon to be launched at MWC 2018 which starts from 26th of this month.

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  • Mike's Musings – Moon, Mars Citizen Missions Coming Soon - The Lafayette Sun

    Back in the day when I lived on the Space Coast, we use to jump in our pontoon, cruise to near the launch point, and get a birds eye view of the latest and greatest rocket that left Cape Canaveral. Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral and the various industries that served NASA, were the focal point for a lot of conversations in that area. It also was the biggest employer, with thousands of engineers, computer geeks and maintenance personnel calling it home.Then, while I was still residing within a couple of miles of the launch pads, it all went away. NASA decided to discontinue the space shuttles, and the Space Coast became more or less a ghost area with the only attraction being a surf shop called Ron Jons.

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  • You will soon be able to WhatsApp money - The Hindu

    Now, it s coming to WhatsApp too. The Facebook owned messaging platform is trying UPI based payment for select iOS and Android beta users. It s for only Person to Person payments, not for businesses registered on WhatsApp.There is no official word on widespread availability, but there have been many leaked images doing the rounds. According to reports, the new feature will be added as an attachment, where you find other features, documents, camera, gallery.

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  • Microsoft might soon replace Windows 10 S with 'S Mode' - Digit

    Microsoft could soon be rebranding its lightweight Windows 10 S operating system as Windows 10 S Mode. According to reports by Thurrott and Neowin, this is being done so that the OS fits better into the company rsquo;s portfolio. The Windows 10 S, instead of being a full fledged OS, will be available as a mode in most versions of Windows. nbsp; As per the report, the Windows 10 S will no longer be offered as an SKU by the company and the new S Mode will be available for users running Windows Home, Pro and Enterprise editions. Users upgrading from the Windows 10 Home S to Home for free, whereas the Pro S users will need to pay $49 for upgrading to Pro. nbsp; The Thurrott report states that according to Microsoft, 60 percent of users remain on Windows 10 S. Users switching to the full fledge version of the Windows OS, do so within a day of buying the device. However, if they don rsquo;t switch in the first seven days, 83 percent remain running in the S mode. The new mode will reportedly be available to users soon, with an unlock option available for the full version of Windows. Thurrott also reports that as per Microsoft, there will be Security apps in S mode. As per the report, ldquo; Microsoft says that there will be AV Security apps in S mode. Does this mean that traditional AV software from third party companies will run in S mode? If so, doesn rsquo;t this break the entire premise of what S mode is supposed to be and undercuts the performance aspect of the mode? rdquo; nbsp; Windows 10 S was launched by Microsoft as a more streamlined and secure version, which works exclusively with apps downloaded from the Microsoft Store. It was showcased by the company in May last year as the Chrome OS competitor and if a user tries to download third party or legacy Windows software, the Windows 10 S OS flags the download and displays two options to either try an app with similar functionality from the Store or upgrade to Windows 10 Pro.

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  • 'Brand new version' of Google+ for Android will be released soon - Android Police

    Google may have fallen off the radar for most people, but it's actually been improving a lot over the last year. The social network used to have a bit of a problem with spam, but Google's been all out in providing new tools for moderating content. From our vantage, it seems to be making a difference, and now Google is investing even more development into the platform. Leo Deegan, the engineering manager for Google , has just announced that the company will soon release a "brand new version" of the app. Though it might look and behave similarly, expect significant changes under the hood.Until we get a chance to play with this new version ourselves, we won't know exactly what to expect, but it sounds like Google has put a lot of time into modernizing how the app works at a fundamental level. I can't say that performance on the old version of the app seemed to be a problem, but in his announcement, Deegan describes improvements in rendering and scrolling as well as other minor visual changes (plus a couple of known issues to expect). Separate from any benefits to smoothness, the nbsp;"complete rewrites" present in the new app should also come in handy for Google when adding additional features in the future.

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  • Microsoft might soon replace Windows 10 S with 'S Mode' - Digit

    Microsoft could soon be rebranding its lightweight Windows 10 S operating system as Windows 10 S Mode. According to reports by Thurrott and Neowin, this is being done so that the OS fits better into the company rsquo;s portfolio. The Windows 10 S, instead of being a full fledged OS, will be available as a mode in most versions of Windows. nbsp; As per the report, the Windows 10 S will no longer be offered as an SKU by the company and the new S Mode will be available for users running Windows Home, Pro and Enterprise editions. Users upgrading from the Windows 10 Home S to Home for free, whereas the Pro S users will need to pay $49 for upgrading to Pro. nbsp; The Thurrott report states that according to Microsoft, 60 percent of users remain on Windows 10 S. Users switching to the full fledge version of the Windows OS, do so within a day of buying the device. However, if they don rsquo;t switch in the first seven days, 83 percent remain running in the S mode. The new mode will reportedly be available to users soon, with an unlock option available for the full version of Windows. Thurrott also reports that as per Microsoft, there will be Security apps in S mode. As per the report, ldquo; Microsoft says that there will be AV Security apps in S mode. Does this mean that traditional AV software from third party companies will run in S mode? If so, doesn rsquo;t this break the entire premise of what S mode is supposed to be and undercuts the performance aspect of the mode? rdquo; nbsp; Windows 10 S was launched by Microsoft as a more streamlined and secure version, which works exclusively with apps downloaded from the Microsoft Store. It was showcased by the company in May last year as the Chrome OS competitor and if a user tries to download third party or legacy Windows software, the Windows 10 S OS flags the download and displays two options to either try an app with similar functionality from the Store or upgrade to Windows 10 Pro.

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  • Windows Defender will soon protect against 'scareware' - KitGuru

    Given that it s the default anti virus protection baked into every Windows 10 system and is the bare minimum needed for securing PCs, Microsoft is keen to continue amping up Windows Defender. Aside from just targeting viruses and malware, Microsoft s anti virus protector will now target scareware too, in order to protect the less tech savvy from being conned into buying false protection software.

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