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  1. If you currently own a Pixel 2 you may want to read this before you update your phone in the coming hours. The Pixel 2 may have faced display issues right after its launch but it still surpassed expectations when it came to performance and camera quality. The smartphone is probably the best camera smartphone you can buy today, however, a new update may change your mind. © BCCL Some users are experiencing more problems with the latest update as it causing their phones to get heat up and also reduced battery life. The issue has been reported on Twitter, Reddit and Pixel's User Community forum. The update is currently affecting both Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. It has been reported that the problems may have been caused due to February's security patch. The problems caused by the update seem to vary from user to user depending on what we have seen on various forums. Many users are complaining that the smartphone is running a lot warmer than usual even when the device is not performing non-intensive tasks. Some other users rewrote that devices are heating up even when the smartphone is in standby mode and is also present in safe mode. © BCCL Apart from the heating issue, the update has also caused users another problem such as reduced battery life. The security patch may have negatively affected the battery life and some users are reporting that the more half of the battery gets drained after one hour of usage. The battery life issues also vary from user to user depending on how they use their phone. One of the users wrote “I recently updated my Pixel 2 to the latest security patch. I've checked it's not a recently downloaded app, I've uninstalled all the apps I downloaded before it started getting hot just to check. It gets fairly warm almost instantly after starting to use it, within about a minute or so of anything really. Anyone got any advice? Battery life seems unaffected." © BCCL While some users have faced either one of the above-mentioned issues, some people are facing a combination of both after installing the latest update. Google has yet to comment on the reports, but given their numbers, expect the company to release a statement soon. Google is not the only company that has been facing issues with updates as Samsung also ceased its rollout of Android Oreo to Galaxy S8 handsets as it was found to be causing involuntary reboots.
  2. SAN FRANCISCO: Gmail is about to get dynamic. Alphabet Inc?s Google on Tuesday plans to demonstrate a software programming system that would enable emails to feature continuously updating information and greater interactivity. Users could see automatically updated flight information in a booking confirmation email. They could fill out surveys without leaving a message or review close-up shots of products in a marketing pitch without opening a browser window. The envisioned changes are an outgrowth of Google?s AMP project, or accelerated mobile pages, Aakash Sahney, a product manager overseeing Gmail, said in a blog post Tuesday. AMP is a set of programming intended to make webpages load faster by stripping out layers of technology. It has drawn praise from publishers such as Hearst Corp and the Washington Post for making their websites more inviting for users. But some web developers have expressed concern that Google is getting too much say in how the web operates. Google is pushing forward. The Gmail integration marks the first broader use for AMP. Other email providers can adopt AMP as well, Google announced as it kicks off an AMP-focused conference for software developers in Amsterdam. The initial version of AMP for email is aimed at bulk senders. A retailer, for example, that sends a weekly sales notice could ensure that recipients see the current price or availability of an item no matter when the email is opened. Bookmarking service Pinterest, scheduling app Doodle and Priceline Group Inc?s Booking.com are testing AMP for email, according to Google.
  3. This year's Android update is reportedly codenamed Pistachio Ice Cream internally, though Google may choose to go with another moniker when it launches. Making Android work with phones that look like the iPhone X is one way to woo iPhone users into switching to Android, according to a report by Bloomberg. Google is also said to be designing the updated operating system to better integrate camera notches, such as the ones found on the Essential Phone and iPhone X, as more and more hardware manufacturers embrace reduced-bezel designs. © Essential Phone PH-1 The feature allows those companies to offer bigger screens with slimmer bezels but still keep key features like the earpiece and front-facing camera in place. By developing an improved Android OS that will offer software features that utilize the notch instead of moving away from it. When the iPhone X was first unveiled, it was mocked for its front-facing camera cutout. However, the Android-based Essential Phone's has one too, and several other phone makers have mimicked the notch. © BCCL To further enhance Android's appeal, Google is also working on features that would improve the software's effects on smartphone battery life, according to the report. Google also wants to ensure the operating system will work with new smartphone designs, including those that come with foldable screens. Report sources claim there will be a "dramatic redesign" of the OS with Android P. Android hasn't seen any major changes since Material Design was introduced in Android 5.0 Lollipop, so a new look for the home screen is arguably overdue. It also says Google Assistant will assume a greater role in Android P, integrating more tightly with apps and the OS to help it stay ahead of rivals Alexa and Siri. Android P is expected to be more closed than Android 8.0 Oreo, according to previous reports, with Google supposedly working on limiting third-party access to some APIs in order to reduce the overall fragmentation of the OS.
  4. Balloons are seen in front of a logo at Facebook's headquarters in London, Britain, December 4, 2017. ? Reuters FILE Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said on Monday the social media website would focus on promoting local news in its latest update. ?Starting today, we?re going to show more stories from news sources in your local town or city,? Zuckerberg said in a Facebook post. ?If you follow a local publisher or if someone shares a local story, it may show up higher in News Feed.? The update will be first rolled out in the United States and expanded to more countries later this year, Zuckerberg said. The company has been making a series of changes to its website, following criticism that its algorithms may have prioritised misleading news and misinformation in people?s feeds, influencing the 2016 American presidential election as well as political discourse in other countries. The company recently adjusted its centerpiece News Feed to prioritise what friends and family share, while reducing the amount of non-advertising content from publishers and brands. The move had worried investors, who feared that the changes would lead people to spend less time on Facebook.
  5. The latest update comes nearly four weeks after Intel confirmed that its chips were impacted by vulnerabilities known as Spectre and Meltdown, which make data on affected computers susceptible to espionage Microsoft Corp issued an emergency security update on Monday to plug Intel Corp?s buggy Spectre firmware patch after the chipmaker?s fix caused computers to reboot more often than normal. Microsoft said it was rolling out an out-of-band update that specifically disables Intel?s Spectre variant 2 patch. The latest update comes nearly four weeks after Intel confirmed that its chips were impacted by vulnerabilities known as Spectre and Meltdown, which make data on affected computers susceptible to espionage. The Windows maker said system instability triggered by Intel's faulty patch can in some cases cause "data loss or corruption". Microsoft said its latest update prevented computers to reboot unexpectedly and urged affected customers to manually download it from the Microsoft Update Catalog website. Meltdown was specific to chips from Intel as well as one from SoftBank Group Corp?s ARM Holdings. Spectre affected nearly every modern computing device, including ones with chips from Intel, ARM and Advanced Micro Devices Inc. Last week, Intel said that patches it released to address the two high-profile security vulnerabilities in its chips are faulty, advising customers, computer makers and cloud providers to stop installing them.
  6. A guest points to a MacBook Pro during an Apple media event in Cupertino, California, US, October 27, 2016. REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach/Files Apple Inc on Monday released an updated version of its operating system software to fix a major microchip security flaw that affected nearly all computer chips made in the last decade. Last week, Alphabet Inc?s Google and other security researchers disclosed two major chip flaws ? one called Meltdown affecting only Intel Corp chips and one called Spectre ? that left computing devices vulnerable to hackers. "For our customers' protection, Apple doesn't disclose, discuss, or confirm security issues until an investigation has occurred and patches or releases are available," the company said on its website. The technology giant also released software updates for its Mac, Apple TV, and Apple Watch. The iPhone maker had said on Thursday it will release a patch for the Safari web browser on its iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Apple had also said that there were no known instances of hackers taking advantage of the flaw.
  7. Photo: Geo News file WhatsApp for iOS has been updated with two new features that will make life much easier! The update, yet to arrive to Android devices, allows users to record hands-free voice messages, and play YouTube videos within the app. iOS users need to update their WhatsApp app to the latest version 2.17.81 from the App Store. To record voice messages without using your hands, all you need to do is press and hold the microphone icon to start recording. A lock icon will appear just above the mic when you?re recording. Swipe up to lock the recording! The much-needed YouTube feature will surely be helpful for many users. According to the latest update, you will now be able to play YouTube videos within the app itself. This means that sharing a YouTube link on WhatsApp will take you to the app for the video to start playing. While the update does promise this, the feature doesn?t work yet, reports BGR.IN. Even after updating an iPhone to the latest WhatsApp, the YouTube link still opens separately on the app and the video doesn?t play within WhatsApp as promised.
  8. Facebook constantly keeps updating its news feed from time to time and we barely notice any changes because most of them are gradual. But once in awhile, the people at Facebook bring some major updates which are bound to change our experience of the social platform, just as when they introduced timelines with cover photos or reactions in place of plain, simple 'likes'. Before moving to the newest set of changes from Facebook, first a question: have you ever wondered what you are missing out on because you don't follow certain pages or people on the platform? This question is important in the context because, ostensibly, it is this question that Facebook's latest update is trying to answer. Coming over to the update specifically, Facebook is running experiments in few countries around introducing a new section in the news feed, under the heading 'Explore Feed', wherein you will be able to see all the relevant content for you which you wouldn't have otherwise seen for a variety of reasons. On the desktop, the feature is seen on the left side menu under 'News Feed' option, while on the app the feature appears as a rocket in the top bar containing icons for feed, friend requests, notifications and so on. Medium.com Sounds good, right? One more way to explore what is happening in the world. Prima facie it is from a user's perspective, but all of this is still in the experimentation phase with no official confirmation of the update being rolled out yet. Because it is still an experiment, the details are sketchy and no one really knows what the final rollout will look like. It will likely make the primary feed less cluttered with unrelated pages being moved to 'Explore Feed' section, and thus make finding the posts of your friends much easier. More importantly, there are still questions about what all types of content will move to 'Explore Feed' section and what will remain in the original feed. In addition, there are questions from the advertiser's perspective which are yet to be answered. While articulating their concerns will require another complete article, their primary concerns are around how their campaigns and organic reach will be affected. Specifically, concerns have been raised about how the new changes will affect small businesses which depend on Facebook for a lot of their traffic. The initial impression seems to convey that these businesses will now have to shell out more to reach their audience as the update could possibly limit the organic reach of their posts. ©thinkstockphotos One may wonder about why I used the term 'ostensibly' while stating the motive of these changes. Anyone following the news even slightly will know about the speculation around the use of social media platforms by certain parties to manipulate the outcome of US presidential elections. Ever since such stories came out, social media platforms including Facebook have been struggling to come up with answers around putting up mechanisms in place to keep such abuses in check. 'Explore Feed' section is the latest in series of updates which includes limiting the reach of accounts and pages which share uncharacteristically high number of pages or posts which include low quality content including clickbait, sensationalism and misinformation, put in checks to catch instances of cloaking by spammers, showing user information about where the links will take before the links are clicked etc. The other motive could be pure economics for Facebook. Its business is based on showing the ads of advertisers on its platform to as many people as possible. Giving one more option to users to see new posts will help Facebook to show more ads and generate more revenues. Only Facebook is in the know of the real motive. However, it will be more exciting will be to see the update in its final form and for that, we can just wait for the time being.
  9. USA's Tiger Woods talks to the media during a question and answer session following a press conference in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Action Images/Jeremy Lee MIAMI: Former world number one Tiger Woods released a 24-second slow-motion video of himself Saturday hitting an iron shot, another tease that he is returning to fitness. The 41-year-old American, a 14-time major winner, tweeted the video of himself with the tagline, "Smooth iron shots." It was an advancement from where Woods said he was two weeks ago in a posting on his website, saying he was swatting 60-yard shots. Woods has not played a competitive round since firing a 77 in the first round at Dubai in February. Woods withdrew from the event the next day and underwent another back operation in April, his fourth back surgery in all, that sidelined him for the remainder of the season. Woods served as an assistant captain for the triumphant US squad at the Presidents Cup last week in suburban New York and said he had "no idea what my future holds" regarding his return to competition. Doctors cleared him to begin swinging a cub again two weeks ago, Woods said. "I'm still training, I'm getting stronger. But I certainly don't have my golf muscles trained because obviously, I'm not doing anything golf related," Woods said at the Presidents Cup. Last December, Woods returned from back surgery at the Hero World Challenge invitational event in the Bahamas that benefits his charity foundation. In announcing the 18-man field for this year's event, two spots were left vacant for later invitations, opening the door that Woods could play in the tournament if his health is good and his game is worthy.
  10. Update your computer to the latest firmware to wipe out bugs, get it ready for new software, make it energy efficient and, generally, just look nicer and cleaner. As you all know, you have to update your smartphone and tablet firmware for that, too. Last but not the least, update your car firmware to give it more horsepower and make it more efficient, overall. What? © Tesla You read that right. Electric vehicles (EV) can be optimised through firmware updates that can tweak the overall performance of the vehicle, mostly to improve it, although, seemingly not in the case of the Ludicrous+ update for the Tesla Model S 100D that makes it the fastest EV and the second fastest car, by acceleration, in the world. © Youtube/Shahzeb The Ludicrous+ update was made available to existing Tesla Model S owners over the air (OTA) after the Faraday FF91 claimed to have taken away the crown for the fastest EV in the world through acceleration from Tesla. Musk, being Musk, didn't waste time in innovating and sending out an update to recover the crown from Faraday, fair and square. Where the Faraday stood at 0-97kmph in 2.4 seconds, the Tesla after the Ludicrous+, knocked it over clean at just 2.28 seconds! Musk did it and did it with cheek, asking owners if they were babies wanting to cling to Mommy or if they were daring enough to ride the refreshed instant-torque tide. All of that through an OTA firmware update-- now that's when you thank the heavens for nerds who studied hard at school and visionaries for having the will to make 'awesome' happen. © Tesla How are these updates reaching owners though? OTA connected-vehicle updates are mostly being pushed out through third party cloud service agents, for now. For example, Tesla is pushing out their updates through Harman, Samsung's agile infrastructure leg (yup, these are the same guys that bring Harman Kardon sound to you). Harman is a super-secure and reliable cloud update gateway company bringing firmware updates to EV's, maintaining stringent standards and protocols, ensuring that the safety of your EV isn't compromised and information is end-to-end encrypted. Another entrant into this field is Airbiquity with its OTAmatic multi-ECU OTA software and data management solution. This is expected to "significantly reduce recall expense, improve cybersecurity response time, increase product quality and operational efficiency, and deliver post-sale vehicle performance and feature enhancements"-- in short, simplifying the lives of EV makers and owners all the same. Is Tesla the only one rolling out these updates? Well, Ford seems to be sending out updates for its vehicles too, but as of today, it's limited to updating the existing infotainment system, OTA. It is a similar story for General Motors, BMW, Volvo and Mercedes Benz, pushing out in-vehicle app updates OTA. It appears that even Volkswagen is equipped to update cars to control their NOx emissions, but this isn't done OTA, the vehicles have to be brought in to the service centres for the update. Wonder if they will be sending OTA updates to remodel cars or recolour them as the possibilities are truly endless. Guess we can count on Musk for that and more?
  11. We've all been wondering what's going to be the full name of Android's upcoming “O” operating system and a leak strongly suggests that the new Android OS will be called “Android Oreo.” (c) Pinterest Android Police spotted a file name of a video which Google had posted on its own Google+ account. First of all, we can't believe that someone was actually using Google+ let alone finding a video. The video has since been removed from the official account, it was a teaser trailer for the release date of the operating system on August 21st. The launch date coincides with the impending solar eclipse. The file name of the video read as " GoogleOreo_Teaser_0817_noDroids (1).mp4.” and from the look of it, we can see that this would be a name given by the video editor when they export and save it to their computer. Even though the video has been taken down, Google has not confirmed that the “O” in Android O stands for Oreo. The launch date of the new operating system was announced by Google and is set for 21 August at 2:40 PM ET and will take place in New York. The event will be live streamed to the world and we can't wait to see some new features that might change the Android game.
  12. FRANKFURT: Luxury car maker Audi has launched a recall for up to 850,000 diesel-fuelled cars to update vehicle software controlling emissions in a bid to avoid potential driving bans, it said on Friday. The service is also being offered to Porsche- and Volkswagen- branded cars using the same six- and eight-cylinder engines, Audi said. The German government and car industry have agreed on a diesel rescue plan to be presented early August, industry and political sources told Reuters earlier on Friday.
  13. We are working hard to get Invision Community 4.2 ready to go! If you have not been following this upcoming version, check out the details: Over the last month we have released several beta versions and feedback from those that have chosen to jump in on the beta has been great. We really could not be happier. Feedback has included amazement over how stable the beta is to reactions from community members enjoying all the new features. Everyone here at IPS is very excited to get the full release out so everyone can enjoy it. Not everyone is comfortable using beta releases . Back in March when we first announced 4.2 was coming soon we said that it would be out in mid-2017 and we are still on track for that. Be sure to keep an eye on announcements for the full release expected in the next 3 - 4 weeks. We really hope everyone is as excited as we are about 4.2's full release. Based on the feedback from those already using 4.2 beta on their live sites we really think this will be a huge hit with your community.
  14. If you're a colour freak along with social media maniac then congratulations, this news is for you. Facebook has recently an update and it's actually a very colourful one. Facebook has been quietly adding patterns, textures, illustration, and more to the status cards. Users around the world have been noticing a number of new background options in different colors which are quite amusing. According to sources, the company has reportedly experienced a decline in users posting statuses and that's why colored cards are an attempt to turn the ship around. The expanded backgrounds for comments seem to include a range of images like hearts and flowers, textured images like silk, and patterns like polka dots and confetti. Use them but just enough to feel good and not to annoy others.
  15. If you think that only you can have your wardrobe updated and have fashion sense, then you're totally wrong. Game of Thrones is may be ahead of you as it once again updates its wardrobe and it's super exciting! As new photos surface from Season 7, it's evident that Game of Thrones keeps upping the ante in the costume design department. Have a look!
  16. Uber keeps on getting new updates but this time it has got some important one and yeah useful too. Uber has just made it a lot easier for customers to hop out of one of their cars and onto another form of transportation. Cool! Isn't it? The well-known ride-hailing service announced the update on Tuesday that its Android app will now allow users to easily access real-time public transportation data which actually means that those customers who are using Android can better plan trips that require multiple modes of transportation.and say, jump out of an Uber and continue traveling on a bus or train. Or say, they can jump out of an Uber and continue traveling on a bus or train. To add the new data, Uber has partnered with Canadian navigation and transit company aptly called Transit. The new integration is available in close to 50 cities as of Tuesday, according to a press release put up by Uber. Android users in Albuquerque, Ann Arbor, Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Charlottesville, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Connecticut, Dallas, Dayton, Denver, Detroit, Fort Myers, Grand Rapids, Hampton Roads, Honolulu, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Louisville, Madison, Miami, New Orleans, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland (ME), Portland (OR), Raleigh, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Diego, SF Bay Area, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa Bay Area, DC and Worcester can already have the update. It's important to note that now when the riders use Uber on an Android device in a supported city, they will see train times pop up in the app when they're within one block of a train station. According to UberIf riders are interested in taking any of those trains but want to plan their trip a bit more thoroughly, they can tap on the public transit information and enter the Transit app to learn more. Train times will also "refresh regularly" in the ride-sharing app.
  17. The millennial world talks in the language of LOL, ROFL, LMAO and BRB, often sounding like gibberish to the previous generation. So keeping this in mind, the funny people at Filter Copy got Irrfan Khan to break down these slangs for us. He is essaying the role of a salesman who is trying to sell you the ‘Litbit’. © Filter Copy The hypothetical, hysterical device is supposed to embed your brain with all the slangs so that there is no communication gap. The first customer testimonial belongs to a simple lady who, on wearing the ‘Litbit’, suddenly starts addressing everyone as ‘G-Dawg’. © Filter copy LMAO becomes Learning Millenials Attribute Online © Filter Copy You’d surely wish there was a device like this after you are done laughing about it. Also, don’t miss Irrfan doing the dab. © Filter Copy
  18. Android updates take a lifetime to come through as it takes months to reach consumers. However, a recent update from Google has been in the news for an entirely different reason. After downloading the new update, I tried to unlock my phone using the fingerprint sensor but I was not able to. I quickly Googled if there was a problem and I came across BGR’s report on the latest bugs being faced by Pixel and Nexus users. © YouTube According to BGR, users on Google’s product forums have also noticed this snag after they updated the latest version of Android Nougat, v7.1.2. According to multiple users and myself, the latest update has broken the fingerprint sensor. i.e. it no longer recognises any of the fingerprints used to unlock the phone. © MensXP This bug is affecting the Google made Pixel and Pixel Xl and other smartphones such as the Nexus 5x and Nexus 6P. These are devices that run stock Android and are either manufactured by Google themselves or third party manufacturers. According to these users, the fingerprint sensor doesn’t work and they are certain that it is not a hardware issue as the sensor stops working only once the device is updated. These sensors have control functions (such as swiping down to bring the notification panel down) that are still functional. Users have also tried to delete fingerprints and re-add new ones to make it work, however even this solution doesn’t work. Google is yet to comment on the problem and if you own a Pixel or any of the other smartphones, we highly advise you not to update your phone as it might just hinder your experience and also cause other software related issues. Source: BGR
  19. Go to ACP Go to your theme Click on "Edit HTML and CSS" Search for "custom.css" Aplicate this code and save: #elLicenseKey { display: none; }
  20. Hi all, for remove the notification update of IPS : Edit your theme in html & css => search : ipsMessage => select : updateWarning => comment the code <!-- you code page of updateWarning --> and save Now you have no more notification of new update of IPS