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  1. Google has made it quite clear about the existence of its experimental 'Fuchsia' operating system. A very early build of the operating system is already available for mobile phones and even PCs. However, currently, it's only in experimentation mode and may not see the day of light anytime soon. © BCCL Having said that, a recent report by Bloomberg says that Google may replace the Android and Chrome OS platform with Fuchsia sometime soon. Google has not formally committed to a concrete date, however, engineers at the search giant are looking to include the new operating system on connected devices like Google Home and laptops. Google has made it clear that the company is unsure about its plans and have not even committed to making this a reality. © Youtube It is safe to assume the Android platform may get outdated in the near future and this would be an opportunity for Google to start fresh. Android is based on Linux and as technology advances, Android will not be able to cope up. The new operating system would also let Google integrate services like voice commands and security patches better. Google has already been experimenting with making their own processor for smartphones and laptops. The search engine giant recently acquired talent from Apple that is currently developing a chipset for future Google devices. It is quite possible that the new operating system might just be getting developed to be in tune with the new processors. © MensXP The major roadblock Google will face, is to convince brands like Samsung, Xiaomi, and other major players to switch to the new operating system. Google will also have the daunting task to make enough Fuchsia-native apps available to attract a mass audience and convince manufacturers. There's a high chance that Google may take longer to implement the new operating system due to the above-mentioned roadblocks. Googled said in a statement to CNET, that currently, the company does not have a five-year plan for Fuchsia. The company described the OS as "one of the many experimental open-source projects" happening at Google. It would be interesting to see if the new operating system may see the day of light or not. Source: Bloomberg
  2. Google faced a record EU anti-trust fine of 4.3 billion euros on Wednesday over its Android smartphone system, in a ruling that risks a fresh clash between Brussels and Washington. Photo: BloombergBRUSSELS: Google faced a record EU anti-trust fine...
  3. KARACHI: As midnight struck, Google changed its search page 'doodle' to a visual representation of legendary ghazal singer Mehdi Hassan in honour of the late musician's 91st birthday.Google pays homage to various notable names around the world...
  4. Google has recently been stressing that sites should use secure connections (served via HTTPS) whenever possible. They have recently also started warning sites that collect password on non-secure pages and will also be updating Google Chrome to warn users when a password is being entered on a non-secure page. You can read more information at Google and a good article on Ars Technica. There are two ways on IPS Community Suite to avoid these alerts. Keep in mind that doing nothing will not cause you any problems, your site will still work, but users will get warnings and this may impact how people perceive joining your community. Make your Community 100% Secure The easiest option is to make every page on your IPS Community Suite use a secure connection. To do this you would need to ensure your web host has HTTPS support enabled on your site and then simply edit conf_global.php and change the URL field to https:// and that's it. One thing to keep in mind is that your users, if you allow it, can still paste in links to externally hosted images which might not be secure. This does not impact the security of your site but it may generate a browser warning indicating your site has "mixed content" meaning some is secure and some is not. You can optionally enable the Image Proxy feature to make externally linked images route through a proxy on your local server to maintain 100% secure content. Image Proxy Options Only Login/Registration Forms and AdminCP Secure If you prefer not to use HTTPS for your entire site, we do have a setting to only use secure connections for login, registration, and AdminCP. Use HTTPS for Logins and AdminCP When the login-only secure option is enabled the quick login drop down is also disabled and instead users are sent to a full page to login. This is a small change required to avoid browser warnings. Although the quick login menu submits to a secure connection, the form field itself may show on a non-secure page which would generate a warning. Quick Login not Available when Login-Only HTTPS Setting Enabled IPS Community in the Cloud Those using IPS CiC can get secure connections for a $15 setup fee plus $5 month on our 40, 65 and 100 user Cloud plans. You can either bring your own certificate or we can provide one for you. On the 200, 450 and 750 plans, SSL is completely free - again, either your own or we can provide one. View the full article
  5. Hi, Anyone Know how to desactivated SEO ? I dont want to find my forum on google or other search engine. Thanks for your help
  6. waqas dar

    Forum: how to login forum

    This is the support topic for the tutorial how to login. 03/30/2016 11:58 AM = The date the tutorial was added 05/19/2016 08:06 AM = The date the tutorial was updated Please post here if you have any questions or feedback.
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