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Dyson Aims To Create Robots That Can Do Household Chores By 2030 26.5.2022 18:26

In a YouTube video, Dyson recently revealed plans to hire hundreds of engineers over the next five years to build a robot capable of performing household chores. The video and article show a variety of images of the anticipated robots performing typical household tasks.

The company is most recognized for their vacuum cleaners, and Jake Dyson noted in TheGuardian article:

“This is a ‘big bet’ on future robotic technology that will drive research across the whole of Dyson, in areas including mechanical engineering, vision systems, machine learning and energy storage.”

Dyson gives glimpse of secret robot prototypes which appear to carry out household chores

Many acts that are simple and clear for humans, such as gripping fragile things or navigating unknown obstacles, are nevertheless difficult for robots. Solving these and other issues may open up new markets for the organization.

This plan is a major breakthrough for robotics; now, most robots are widely used in controlled conditions such as factory productions; nonetheless, this is reported to be the first robot capable of performing household chores. 

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Users Can Now Connect Their Apple Music To Waze 25.5.2022 19:04

Waze just added a feature for users to link their Apple Music into the app’s built-in audio player. According to their recent blog post:

For years, Waze has partnered with audio services to give you the best, safest and most fun driving experience. Starting today, Apple Music will seamlessly integrate with Waze, so you can keep your eyes on the road while enjoying the ride.” 

This allows Apple Music users to easily link their accounts to the Waze audio player and listen to their favorite music saved on their Apple Music accounts.

Waze has already collaborated with major music streaming services to improve the navigation app’s user experience while driving. In addition to other audio streaming services, Waze supports a variety of podcasts, news, and audiobook apps.

This makes many Apple Music users who wanted or were already using Waze thrilled.

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TikTok Launches Monthly Live Subscriptions 24.5.2022 18:13

Tiktok has added a new feature that allows creators to earn extra money by adding live subscriptions, similar to Twitch.

According to a video post on TikTok’s live creator page, the new feature will be accessible in beta on May 26 and will be available globally within the following months, as indicated in TikTok’s blog post.

@tiktoklive_creator

Welcome to LIVE subscription – connect with your community on a whole new level! #LIVESubs #TikTokLIVE

♬ original sound – TikTok LIVE Creator

At the moment, beta testing is only open to creators who have been invited. The live subscription allows creators to connect with subscribers in new ways by providing fan perks such as membership badges that are updated over time, custom emote designs, and exclusive chat.

This will allow TitTok fans who are 18 or older and have at least 1,000 followers to gift money to their creators. During live streaming, viewers will also be able to tip creators using cryptocurrency. Live Subscriptions price starting at $4.99 per month and takes a 30% to 50% cut of subscription revenue.

Tiktok has also ensured the safety of the live streaming community, stating:

“The safety of our community is our priority, and as with all content on TikTok, content on LIVE must abide by our Community Guidelines.”

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WhatsApp To End Support For iOS 10 And 11 This Coming October 23.5.2022 18:19

On October 24, this year, WhatsApp will stop supporting older iOS versions. In their most recent article, WABetaInfo published a screenshot of an iOS user who received the popup message to upgrade his device to a newer iOS version. 

As per the screenshot, WhatsApp will no longer support iOS 10 and 11 after October 24. It is also specified in the WhatsApp Help Center that users must have iOS 12 or newer to run the software.

Update WhatsApp Message

To continue using the app, iPhone users running iOS 10 or iOS 11 must upgrade to iOS 12. Those who own an iPhone 5s, 6, or 6s will just need to update their iOS version. Unfortunately, because iOS 12 is no longer available for the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C, WhatsApp will no longer be compatible with these devices.

WhatsApp has begun to notify users to upgrade their iOS version by displaying a popup notification while using the app. It is always suggested to upgrade iOS since it provides the most up-to-date security updates.

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Twitter’s Making Ways To Hide Misleading Tweets In Times Of Crisis 20.5.2022 18:36

Twitter has now brought a new policy to its fight against crisis disinformation. To guarantee that the post contains accurate information, it will need to be verified by many reliable, publicly available sources, such as conflict monitoring groups, humanitarian organizations, open-source investigators, journalists, and others.

The platform tries to limit possible harm by highlighting multiple alerts on highly visible tweets and those from accounts with a large number of followers. Users can still close the warning and access it by selecting “View.”

Some examples of Tweets that we may add a warning notice to include: 

Twitter warning

When the post is tagged with those warnings, Twitter disables Likes, Retweets, and Shares, and the notice links to further information about their response to crisis disinformation.

Yoel Roth Head of Safety & Integrity at Twitter, stated that: 

“While this first iteration is focused on international armed conflict, starting with the war in Ukraine, we plan to update and expand the policy to include additional forms of crisis. The policy will supplement our existing work deployed during other global crises, such as in Afghanistan, Ethiopia, and India.”

Despite how the Twitter Safety team has described the new crisis misinformation policy, some users remain suspicious, asking “how can they tell if it’s true or misleading information?” when they are just basing it on online sources. 

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Your Online Activity And Location Is Being Exposed Without You Knowing  19.5.2022 19:11

The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) reveals that your internet behavior and location are being watched and shared with hundreds of corporations on a daily basis.

A new report titled “The Biggest Data Breach” which investigates Real-Time Bidding (RTB) of data transmissions for internet users in the United States and Europe. This is how per-impression digital advertising is purchased and sold, and it’s a $117 billion market.

Companies will be able to profile you by continually collecting data from you and sending it to their server. RTB transmits a massive amount of data, including what you access online and your precise location, 178 trillion times per year in the United States and Europe alone.

Companies such as Google and Microsoft (Xandr) are among the RTB companies that send and track data from users. This will allow 4,698 firms in the United States to access the collected data; but, according to the report, this data is also shared in Europe, China, and Russia.

We urge everyone to be more cautious and secure when using the internet. Users may use Virtual Private Network (VPN) when browsing the internet; VPN will encrypt your internet traffic and change your location, allowing you to be unseen online. You may try a free VPN like Unseen Online Unlimited VPN, an ad-supported VPN that offers free VPN services with no registration, no bandwidth limits, and no setup or configuration — simply install the app and connect.

As a human being who lives and breathes in this world every day and relies on the internet for business and work, this is both alarming and worrying.

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Google Declares Bankruptcy In Russia  19.5.2022 17:29

Russian authorities have seized Google’s bank account, making it impossible for them to continue operating in the country. According to a recent report in The Wall Street Journal, Google has filed a notice of intent to declare the company bankruptcy in Russia.

According to a Google spokesman:
“The Russian authorities’ seizure of Google Russia’s bank account has made it untenable for our Russia office to function, including employing and paying Russia-based employees, paying suppliers and vendors, and meeting other financial obligations.”

Even if Google has declared an end to operations in Russia, Google’s free services will continue to function. This includes Android, Gmail, Maps, Search, Youtube, and, most importantly, the Google Play Store. However, Russian customers are unable to purchase any applications that require payment because Google has banned all payment services in Russia.

Previously, Russia has blacklisted many Google websites and fined the company for failing to remove unlawful content. Google’s response to Russia has been to halt most of its services in the country as part of the sanctions because of the ongoing invasion of Russia in Ukraine. 

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Google’s AI-Powered “Interview Warmup” Gives People Better Chances To Get A Job 18.5.2022 18:43

Google is unveiling a new AI-powered interview to help applicants prepare for job interviews and increase their chances of being hired.

The Interview Warmup tool encourages users to polish their skills and acquire confidence before a job interview. Your answers are transcribed in real time, allowing you to evaluate what you said and see trends in your responses.

The tool was designed to assist Google Career Certificate students prepare for job applications, but they realized that it may be useful for all people without jobs.

According to Google’s frequently asked questions about Interview Warmup:

“Interview Warmup asks three types of questions: background, situational, and technical”

They also said that they do not save or share data and that all information is kept private for the users:

“No. We don’t save your audio or the transcripts of your answers. That means all your Interview Warmup data is private to you. If you would like to save your answers, you can do that by copying the text of a single response, or downloading the full transcript at the end of the interview”

Interview Warmup works with the latest releases of Chrome for MacOS, Windows, and Android, as well as the Safari browser.

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Apple Updated Rules For Auto-Renew App Subs Charge Higher Price 17.5.2022 18:37

Apple’s latest App Store rules allow consumers to automatically renew memberships at a higher price. Users must accept the pricing or their subscription will be terminated.

The developers stated that the increased subscription charge will avoid any service disruption “under specific specific conditions and with advance user notice.” The “specific conditions” to which Apple refers include that the price rise occur no more than once per year, that it does not exceed $5 and 50% of the subscription price or $50 and 50% of the yearly cost, and that it be permitted by local law.

TheVerge posted a detailed explanation of the price increase:

 “let’s say I have a subscription that’s $60 a year. The developers could raise it to $90 ($60 plus 50 percent), and it would auto-renew without me having to opt-in. If I have a monthly subscription that’s $15, and the developers wanted to raise it to $22, in theory I’d have to opt-into that — it’s less than a 50 percent increase, but over the $5 cap.

The users will be notified of the impending price rise; therefore, they will only take action if they choose to cancel their membership before it is paid.

Apple explains that: 

 “In these situations, Apple always notifies users of an increase in advance, including via email, push notification, and a message within the app,”

“Apple will also notify users of how to view, manage, and cancel subscriptions if preferred.”

There is a good chance that people may cancel their subscriptions as a result of the new App Store rules. If Apple truly cares about its customers, it should not make auto-renewal the default setting.

Users who did not opt in for the auto renew with price hike can still resubscribe within the app, according to Apple. So the point here is, is it really difficult for them to offer an auto renew feature without charging people extra money?

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Google And Samsung Teamed Up To Launch Health Connect API, Which Synchronizes Fitness Data 16.5.2022 18:33

Samsung recently collaborated with Google to launch Health Connect, a new API that will sync and track your fitness data across applications and devices. It enables developers to safely access the new set of APIs (Application programming interfaces) from various apps and allows users to sync all data.

TaeJong Jay Yang, Executive Vice President of Samsung, noted in the article:

“With the new Health Connect API, users will have a comprehensive set of controls to manage their health and fitness data across apps,”

“This isn’t just a proof of concept,” he continued. “We’re working alongside Google and other partners to realize the full benefits and potential of Health Connect.”

It can store up to 50 different sorts of data, including exercise, sleep, diet, heart rate, blood pressure, body measurement, and more.

Google’s Chris Wilk, a senior product manager, also noted on their blog:

We’re building this new unified platform in collaboration with Samsung to simplify connectivity between apps,”

Developers are invited to review the Health Connect API guide, download the SDK, access code examples on Github, and join up for the open beta via Google Play.

This will be a fantastic tool that will assist users who track their fitness statistics in living a healthy lifestyle.

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