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Europe’s Air Passengers May Soon Enjoy an In-Flight 5G Connection 28.11.2022 17:56

After the European Commission opted to make regulatory changes to open up new opportunities for innovation, European airplanes now have the option of offering full 5G coverage to passengers.

In its most recent ruling on on-board communications, the European Commission stated that planes will utilize specialized network equipment known as “pico-cells” to link and route calls, messages, and data via satellite.

Passengers on European Union aircraft will be able to use their mobile phones in a 5G connection exactly as they would on a ground-based 5G mobile network.

In a statement, EU Commissioner for the Internal Market Thierry Breton stated:

“5G will enable innovative services for people and growth opportunities for European companies,” and “The sky is no longer a limit when it comes to possibilities offered by super-fast, high-capacity connectivity.”

Since 2008, the Commission’s reserve designated frequencies for mobile communications on flights, allowing airlines to offer messaging, phone calls, and data services to passengers traveling inside the EU.

Changes are scheduled to take effect as soon as possible, but no later than June 30th, 2023.

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Google Chrome Releases New Update to Patch Actively Exploited Zero-Day Flaw 25.11.2022 17:58

Google issued a software update to fix yet another zero-day flaw in its Chrome web browser. CVE-2022-4135 is identified as a high severity vulnerability.

The aforementioned Zero-Day Flaw is identified as CVE-2022-4135, which is defined as a heap buffer overflow in the GPU component and categorized as a high-severity vulnerability. Clement Lecigne, a member of Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG), disclosed the new vulnerability on November 22, 2022.

A heap-based overflow can be exploited and used as a weapon, as per TheHackerNews: 

“Heap-based buffer overflow bugs can be weaponized by threat actors to crash a program or execute arbitrary code, leading to unintended behavior.”

Google has indicated that the vulnerability is known to them: “Google is aware that an attack for CVE-2022-4135 exists in the wild.”

This year, Google has patched many zero-day vulnerabilities in Chrome:

To minimize possible risks, users are advised to upgrade to version 107.0.5304.121 for macOS and Linux, and 107.0.5304.121/.122 for Windows. Also, users of Chromium-based browsers such as Microsoft Edge, Brave, Opera, and Vivaldi are also expected to apply the patches. 

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Japan Abandons Plans For Moon Landing; OMOTENASHI failed to Communicate  24.11.2022 17:50

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) was unable to communicate with the OMOTENASHI device, therefore ending Japan’s ambitions of landing its Mini Expedition on the moon.

The OMOTENASHI Cube Satellite was launched together with NASA’s SLS rocket as part of the Artemis I Orion Spacecraft mission.

The CubeSat successfully separated from the rocket, however the device’s solar cells did not activate since the body moved away from the Sun.

“While the Moon landing objective of the mission was unable to be achieved, recovery operations will continue to perform radiation measurements outside the Earth’s magnetosphere, which is another mission that can be performed while the CubeSat is in flight, along with technology demonstrations other than the lunar landing,” JAXA say

As per JAXA, the OMOTENASHI mission has a 60% chance of success landing on the moon, but it may not happen until it regains contact, possibly in March when its solar cells face the sun.

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Netflix is Seeking for A Game Director to Help Build a Brand-New AAA PC Game 23.11.2022 18:06

Netflix is taking video games seriously, and they’re seeking a Game Director to help build a new “AAA PC game.”

The streaming platform is presently looking for excellent talent to work with Chacko Sonny, who has a long experience in the games business, including stints at Activision, Sony, and most recently Blizzard. According to the job description, they require:

“experience with FPS and/or third person shooter games” and “extensive experience working on live service games”

“Implement initial game features within the game prototype in Unreal Engine; Focus on rapid prototyping to quickly iterate to “find the fun”

According to the job description, Netflix will use Unreal Engine to develop the new AAA PC game, which must feature a “world/characters/narrative worthy of a Netflix film/TV series.”

Mike Verdu, Netflix’s VP of Game Development, stated last month in a TechCrunch interview:

“We’re seriously exploring a cloud gaming offering so that we can reach members on TVs and on PCs,”

Netflix appears to be developing a Fornite or Overwatch competitor after hiring one of the top directors in the video game industry. Additionally, the successful candidate will work at Netflix Games Studio LA.

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Elon Musk Hires Hacker George Hotz to Fix Twitter Search within 12 Weeks 22.11.2022 17:58

To fix Twitter’s broken search feature, Elon Musk enlisted the help of well-known security hacker and first iPhone jailbreaker George Hotz.

Hotz is presently entrusted with resolving the Twitter search issue over the next 12 weeks. He revealed that he began his internship at Twitter on November 19. In his tweet, he stated:

George Hotz was the first to jailbreak an iPhone by removing the SIM lock function. He also reverse engineered the PlayStation 3 and launched the AI business comma.ai, which specializes in vehicle automation using machine learning methods.

According to The Verge, Hotz got his internship at Twitter by expressing support for Elon Musk’s request that its employees go extremely hardcore.

Let’s see if Hotz can fix the ongoing Twitter search issue, as this may be by far the most difficult task he was given.

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Microsoft Teams Introduces New Feature Called “Sign Language View” 21.11.2022 18:01

Microsoft’s new ‘Sign Language View’ feature makes Microsoft Teams meetings more accessible to deaf and hard-of-hearing users.

The stated feature will allow two users or meeting participants to remain visible on screen in a specific location during the video conference.

Chris Sano, Microsoft Team’s Accessibility Architect, released a video describing the significance and benefits of the new feature, adding that it’s the “First step toward addressing several asks from the Deaf and hard of hearing community.” 

Microsoft has also ensured that the signer will continue to have a high-quality video camera that is bigger than the video feeds, even if someone shares anything during the meeting:

Microsoft Teams new Feature “Sign Language View”

Users will also no longer have to pick settings for each meeting: sign language view may now be switched on by default across all meetings under a new accessibility pane in the options menu. Users may also pre-identify a group of preferred signers who are also regular interpreters, and select captions as the default throughout meetings.

The new features are available for testing via Public preview, which users can enable if it is enabled in their organization. Microsoft noted that the feature would be available in the coming weeks to Teams desktop and web clients for business and GCC customers.

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NASA is on Its Way to the Moon, Successfully Launches Artemis I 18.11.2022 18:05

Lift off! NASA successfully launched Artemis I from the Kennedy Space Center early Wednesday morning to take Orion to the moon. The rocket lit up the sky and blazed the road for mankind to return to the moon.

At precisely 1:47 a.m. Eastern time marks the resumption of the space agency’s long-awaited and contentious mission to return humans to the moon after the Apollo program ended in 1972.

“What an incredible sight to see NASA’s Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft launch together for the first time. This uncrewed flight test will push Orion to the limits in the rigors of deep space, helping us prepare for human exploration on the Moon and, ultimately, Mars,” said NASA Administrator Bill Nelson.  

“Took a long time coming to get here,” and “We still have a long way to go.”

The Space Launch System (SLS) overcame both years of delays—in 2011, NASA projected a first SLS flight in 2017–as well as countdown hiccups such as a leaking hydrogen valve near the pad that required tightening by a “red crew” and a faulty Ethernet switch at a nearby radar that required replacement.

The Artemis mission is named after Apollo’s twin sister in Greek mythology, who is known as the “Goddess of the Hunt.”

SLS has surpassed Falcon Heavy as the world’s most powerful rocket, capable of lifting almost 105 tons to low Earth orbit, compared to 70 tons for the SpaceX vehicle that first launched in February 2018.

NASA’s Orion spacecraft will contribute to the completion of the project to transport astronauts to the moon. It provides electricity, water, oxygen, and nitrogen, as well as maintaining the spacecraft’s temperature and orientation.

Orion’s mission will span 25 days and half days, with the capsule splashing down on December 11. The next time the Orion is launched, it will be carrying astronauts on a voyage to lunar orbit.

It would still be a long journey, since NASA expects Artemis II to launch in 2023 and Artemis III to land on the moon in 2025. However, it preserves history and answers the question of who will be the next human to set foot on the moon.

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Blizzard is Pulling its Games Out of China  Over Licensing Concerns 17.11.2022 17:56

Blizzard will withdraw games from China because it was unable to reach an agreement with its licensing and publishing partner NetEase. Games such as Hearthstone, Diablo III, Overwatch 2, and Starcraft will all go offline in China on January 23, 2023.

Since 2008, Blizzard has collaborated with NetEase to provide access to its games in mainland China. However, Blizzard will pause game sales as well as provide guidance to Chinese gamers “in the coming days.”

Diablo Immortal development will continue because it is a separate agreement, according to a statement from NetEase. As per Blizzard, Dragonflight and the second season of Overwatch 2 will “continue later this year.”

The license issues began in August, when two businesses couldn’t come to an agreement and canceled a World of Warcraft mobile game.

Blizzard president Mike Ybarra stated that: 

“We’re immensely grateful for the passion our Chinese community has shown throughout the nearly 20 years we’ve been bringing our games to China,” and “We are looking for alternatives to bring our games back to players in the future.”

If the two companies cannot reach an agreement, many players and large tournaments in China would suffer.

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Google Pays $391 Million to Settle Android Location Tracking Lawsuit 16.11.2022 17:41

Google has agreed to pay $391.5 million to settle a privacy lawsuit filed by attorneys from 40 states in the United States.

The settlement shows that the United States Attorneys General determined that the company deceived Android users and tracked their locations since 2014, even when they thought location monitoring was turned off.

By misleading Android users into believing that turning off “Location History” in the device’s settings would stop location tracking, Google has another app collecting data by default called “Web & App Activity” that allows the company to collect, store, and use personally identifiable location data from customers.

According to the settlements, Google should provide more user-friendly account controls and limit the company’s usage and storage of certain types of location data.

Google will also be required to be upfront with its customers about its location data monitoring and collecting activities, such as displaying extra information when location-related account settings are toggled and displaying specific information about what data it captures and how it is utilized.

Google has paid several privacy settlement payments in recent years, and many more are still pending in court.

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 iPhone 14’s Emergency SOS Feature is Now Live 15.11.2022 17:39

Apple’s new SOS Emergency satellite connectivity feature is now available to users in the United States and Canada. They also mentioned that they want to expand the service to certain European nations starting next month.

For the next two years, all iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro owners will have free access to the Emergency SOS function. If they have an emergency, the SOS will allow them to connect to satellites circling the Earth and transmit text messages to emergency services; all they need is a clear view of the sky.

On an article Apple stated that: 

“Additionally, if users want to reassure friends and family of their whereabouts while traveling off the grid, they can now open the Find My app and share their location via satellite,”

If there is no cellular or Wi-Fi signal when dialing 911, the Feature will show automatically. It will display a pop-up notification that says “Emergency Text by Satellite.” Tapping it will launch a questionnaire designed to answer critical questions such as the nature of the emergency and whether anyone is injured.

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“Following the questionnaire, the intuitive interface guides the user where to point their iPhone to connect (to the orbiting satellite) and sends the initial message,” Apple says. “This message includes the user’s questionnaire responses; location, including altitude; iPhone battery level; and Medical ID, if enabled.”

If the sky is clear, it is expected to send and receive messages via satellite in as little as 15 seconds. Next month, Apple plans to expand support for the Emergency SOS function to France, Germany, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.

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