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Google releases Android 10

Google releases Android 10 Android 10 is now available, assuming you have a phone that already supports Google’s latest version of its mobile operating system. For now, that’s mostly Google’s own Pixel phones, though chances are that most of the phones that were supported during the beta phase will get updated to […]

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Y Combinator graduate PredictLeads helps VCs hunt for unicorns

Y Combinator graduate PredictLeads helps VCs hunt for unicorns The Slovenian founders behind PredictLeads, another recent Y Combinator graduate, applied to the prestigious accelerator five times before they were admitted. Their business, which helps venture capital firms and sales teams identify high growth companies, i.e. potential investments and potential customers, had come […]

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Disney+ comes to Canada and the Netherlands on Nov. 12, will support nearly all major platforms at launch

Disney+ comes to Canada and the Netherlands on Nov. 12, will support nearly all major platforms at launch Disney+ will have an international launch that begins at the same time as its rollout in the U.S., Disney revealed. The company will be launching its digital streaming service on November 12 in Canada […]

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Huawei’s new OS isn’t an Android replacement… yet

Huawei’s new OS isn’t an Android replacement… yet If making an Android alternative was easy, we’d have a lot more of them. Huawei’s HarmonyOS won’t be replacing the mobile operating system for the company any time soon, and Huawei has made it pretty clear that it would much rather go back to […]

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Apple expands its bug bounty, increases maximum payout to $1M

Apple expands its bug bounty, increases maximum payout to M Apple is finally giving security researchers something they’ve wanted for years: a macOS bug bounty. The technology giant said Thursday it will roll out the bug bounty program to include Macs and MacBooks, as well as Apple TV and Apple Watch, almost […]

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Google’s new version of Android Auto focuses on Assistant

Google’s new version of Android Auto focuses on Assistant Google is starting to roll out an updated version of its in-car platform Android Auto that aims to make it easier and safer for drivers to use. The version, which was first revealed during Google I/O 2019, has a dark theme, new fonts and […]

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What Huawei didn’t say in its ‘robust’ half-year results

What Huawei didn’t say in its ‘robust’ half-year results The media has largely bought into Huawei’s ‘strong’ half-year results today, but there’s a major catch in the report: the company’s quarter-by-quarter smartphone growth was zero. The telecom equipment and smartphone giant announced on Tuesday that its revenue grew 23.2% to reach 401.3 […]

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Tesla starts rolling out Chess to ‘Tesla Arcade’ in-car gaming app

Tesla starts rolling out Chess to ‘Tesla Arcade’ in-car gaming app Tesla is making a new game available to its vehicle owners, with a roll-out starting today. The company started pushing out a new ‘Arcade’ app for its in-car infotainment system back in June at the annual E3 gaming conference, and now […]

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What CISOs need to learn from WannaCry

What CISOs need to learn from WannaCry In 2017 — for the first time in over a decade — a computer worm ran rampage across the internet, threatening to disrupt businesses, industries, governments and national infrastructure across several continents. The WannaCry ransomware attack became the biggest threat to the internet since the […]

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Huawei can buy from US suppliers again — but things will never be the same

Huawei can buy from US suppliers again — but things will never be the same U.S. President Donald Trump has handed Huawei a lifeline after he said that U.S. companies are permitted to sell goods to the embattled Chinese tech firm following more than a month of uncertainty. It’s been a pretty […]

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