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iPhone Users Can Now Swap to Any Android 12 Phone 30.6.2022 18:06

Do you plan to switch from iPhone to Android? Google has just announced that the Switch to Android app will now be available for all Android 12 smartphones. This implies that iPhone users will be able to quickly transfer files to any Android phone running Android 12.

Previously, the Switch to Android app was only available for Google Pixel phones, but the company decided to make it easier for iPhone users to switch to any Android 12.

iOS users may connect their phones to an Android smartphone using WiFi or a Lightning to USB-C connector. Data like applications, photographs, contacts, and messages can now be simply copied using the Switch to Android app.

Google has listed ten reasons why iPhone owners should switch to Android. The most recent app transfer update was greatly useful to all iOS users, providing them with even more reasons to move to Android.

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FCC Commissioner Wanted Apple and Google to Remove TikTok From App Stores 29.6.2022 18:37

In a recent Twitter post, FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr urged Google and Apple to remove TikTok from their respective app stores. Last week, a letter was addressed to the company CEOs requesting that TikTok be banned for violating store policies.

The request was made in response to recordings from 80 TikTok meetings that revealed Chinese programmers had frequently accessed US customer data. According to the commissioner, “it is not merely an app for sharing funny videos or memes.”

He stated that: 

“At its core, TikTok functions as a sophisticated surveillance tool that harvests extensive amounts of personal and sensitive data,”

He also added that: 

“It collects search and browsing histories, keystroke patterns, biometric identifiers, draft messages and metadata, plus it has collected the text, images, and videos that are stored on a device’s clipboard.”

Carr did give a substantial amount of information in support of the claim that the Platform is accessing and storing data that poses a national security risk to the United States. The FCC Commissioner has given Google and Apple until July 8 to remove TikTok or provide an explanation for why persons from China are accessing sensitive US user data.

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Riot Game to Record In-Game Valorant Voice Chat 28.6.2022 19:01

Do you enjoy playing Valorant? If so, you should be aware that Riot Games will begin recording in-game voice chat in order to combat abusive players and cheating, as well as develop an automated system dedicated to analyzing Voice Communication.

Riot Games has just updated its Privacy Policy and Terms of Service while playing the game, which will go into effect on July 13. They stated that it “allows us to record and evaluate in-game voice communications when a report for that type of behavior is submitted.”

They also added that:
“Voice evaluation would provide a way to collect clear evidence that could verify any violations of behavioral policies before we can take any action,” which should limit abuse, and “help us share back to players why a particular action resulted in a penalty,” 

Some players frequently hurl racial slurs, scream obscenities, and abuse the game by exploiting hacks in Player vs. Player games. Reporting the offending player is a better approach since Riot Games may easily ban them from voice chat—or from Valorant altogether.

The aforementioned changes will be introduced initially for testing in English-speaking players in North America, and will shortly be implemented globally. According to the firm, the data gathered during the testing phase would be used to “help train our language models and get the tech in a decent enough place for a beta launch later this year.”

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Google Will Make Syncing Photos and WiFi Passwords Easier 27.6.2022 18:49

Google is developing solutions to simplify life for Chromebook users. The company recently unveiled the upgrades they made to Chrome OS 103, which now allows Chromebooks and linked Android smartphones to automatically sync photographs and share Wi-Fi passwords.

The Company stated that: 

“With the latest update, you’ll now also have instant access to the latest photos you took on your phone — even if you’re offline,” 

The photo you take on your phone will automatically show up under recent images in Phone Hub on your Laptop.

Google said that:

“Now you can also use an Android phone and Nearby Share to securely connect a Chromebook to any saved Wi-Fi network”

The Nearby Share has a new capability that allows Android users to share their WiFi password with a Chromebook laptop. 

The “Fast Pair” function, which enables Chromebooks to “automatically recognize when a new pair of Bluetooth headphones are on, are close, and are ready to be set up,” is yet another feature that Google plans to introduce. When a pop-up appears, pairing the devices only requires one tap.

Google has added: 

“Whether you want to use new headphones to watch a video, join a virtual meeting or listen to music, Fast Pair will make it hassle-free,”

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Netflix Plans to Implement A Google/NBCUniversal Advertising Partnership 24.6.2022 16:42

Recently, rumors have circulated that Netflix is intending to launch a lower-cost ad-supported membership alternative, and now we have an idea that the advertisements might be provided by Google or NBCUniversal.

According to a Reuters article, Netflix Co-CEO Ted Sarandos acknowledged at the Cannes Lions International Festival in an interview that two companies are in discussions to deliver ads for the ad-supported subscription.

After losing a large number of subscribers for the first time in a decade, the stated ad-supported subscription has started in talks.

The Co-Ceo added that: 
“We’re not adding ads to Netflix as you know it today. We’re adding an ad tier for folks who say ‘hey, I want a lower price and I’ll watch ads’,”

Current subscribers will not be affected by the ad-supported subscription, although they may change their subs to the lower price. However, it is still a positive decision for the firm since, instead of losing subscribers, customers have the choice to acquire the cheaper one, and Netflix is still compensated for the ad partnership.

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Instagram is Trying Out New Ways to Verify Users’ Age 23.6.2022 16:43

Instagram is exploring two additional methods for users to confirm their age when using the app. According to the company’s most recent blog post:

“We’re testing this so we can make sure teens and adults are in the right experience for their age group,”

The mentioned functionality will be accessible initially in the United States, however the existing method of uploading a photo ID is still available if someone changes their date of birth from under 18 to 18 or over. However, the new methods will assist users who do not have ID by allowing them to choose between taking a video selfie or asking friends to validate their age before the app can accept the update.

The Video Selfie verification option is simple to use, and you will be guided by on-screen instructions. Instagram will then take a photo of your face and verify it with the app’s age-verification partner Yoti, which utilizes technology to determine a user’s age based on facial traits. They did add that after the procedure is completed, Meta and Yoti will delete the image.

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The individual vouching must be at least 18 and may only testify to one user at a time for the other option, which allows your mutual follower to validate your age. Three selected mutual followers will then receive a request to confirm your age and must respond within 3 days.

Instagram added that:
“As an industry, we have to explore novel ways to approach the dilemma of verifying someone’s age when they don’t have an ID,”

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China Plans to Return Mars Samples to Earth Before Anyone Else 22.6.2022 18:38

China’s Aeronautic team will deliver Mars samples to Earth in 2031, two years ahead of the joint NASA-ESA effort. Tianwen-1 chief designer Sun Zezhou revealed that the mission will launch in late 2028 and that the return sample will arrive in July 2031.

According to SpaceNews, China’s Tianwen-3 mission will have a lander, ascent vehicle, orbiter, and return module. Each combination will launch independently, resulting in a single Mars landing in September 2029. If it is successful, it will deliver the first Mars samples to Earth.

On a Twitter post they showed the said mission: 

China may be successful in obtaining the sample because they attempted it in a different mission in 2020 to obtain their first Lunar Sample since the Soviet Union in 1976.

The country’s Zhurong Rover has also discovered evidence of water on Mars dating back 700 million years.

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Facebook is Removing Fake Reviews From its Platform 21.6.2022 18:34

Facebook is aggressively striving to prevent people from providing fake reviews on Business pages. To address the issue, the Social Media platform has updated its Community feedback policy.

Facebook (Meta) Stated that:

“The new policy was created to ensure that reviews are based on real purchasing experiences, and to keep irrelevant, fraudulent and offensive feedback off of our platforms.”

It is evident that the company is doing all possible to combat potentially abusive reviews. The new criteria will guard against those who submit false negative reviews in order to obtain refunds or other freebies in exchange for their false negative experience with the product.

Reviews that have nothing to do with the business, contain graphic or inappropriate content, or are just spam feedback are all susceptible to removal. If the client or company breaches the guidelines, Facebook has warned that the phony review will be removed, and repeat offenders may have their Facebook account suspended or banned.

The new revised guidelines will definitely assist customers and business owners in combating abusive users who seek loopholes in order to acquire what they want or take advantage of it.

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Leaked Audio Reveals China is Accessing US TikTok Users’ Data 20.6.2022 18:52

As per the  latest BuzzFeed article, leaked audio from more than 80 internal TikTok meetings reveals that Engineers working for ByteDance (TikTok’s parent business) in China have the ability to access and observe everything related to US user data. 

US TikTok staff do not have access to US user data; instead, it will be requested and done by a Chinese TikTok Engineer known as “Master Admin.” 

The audio leak reveals that access was possible from September 2021 until January 2022. However, the business declared in a statement made in 2019 that:

“TikTok does not operate in China, nor do we have any intention of doing so in the future,”

TikTok spokesperson Maureen Shanahan responded to the released audio by saying:

“We know we’re among the most scrutinized platforms from a security standpoint, and we aim to remove any doubt about the security of US user data. That’s why we hire experts in their fields, continually work to validate our security standards, and bring in reputable, independent third parties to test our defenses.”

TikTok also stated on the same day that they had migrated to Oracle Cloud to manage US data, which implies that no Bytedance Engineers would have access. Others, though, are still doubtful.

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Three Democratic Senators in The US Are Advocating for a Single Mobile Charging Connector, Similar to the EU 17.6.2022 18:24

Following the latest agreement made by the EU to implement a mandatory USB-C charging port in 2024, US Democratic Senators Ed Markey (D-Ma.), Bernie Sanders (I-VT), and Elizabeth Warren (D-Ma.) have written to US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, encouraging her to develop a plan that addresses the lack of a universal charging method in the US.  

The senators stated that : 

“We write regarding the economic and environmental harm inflicted by the consumer electronics industry’s failure to establish uniform charging accessory standards—a shortcoming that requires consumers to frequently change their charging accessories,” 

According to the letter, the United States should follow the recent United Kingdom agreement, which requires electronic industries to use a single charging connection, USB-C, for smartphones, tablets, e-readers, and cameras by fall 2024.

The senators added. 

“We urge you to follow the EU’s lead by developing a comprehensive strategy to address unnecessary consumer costs, mitigate e-waste, and restore sanity and certainty to the process of purchasing new electronics,” 

Similar to the EU, Apple products will be most affected if the aforementioned rules are accepted by the US Commerce Secretary because the company uses the Lightning connector on iPhones and iPads.

The senators also acknowledged and praised the EU for acting wisely in the public interest by requiring large tech companies to use an universal charging port system, and they stated that the US should do the same.

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