Daily Archives: October 16, 2019

Pixel 4 XL OLED screen nabs DisplayMate’s highest possible score

It probably won’t come as much of a surprise that the new Google Pixel 4 XL has an improved display over last year’s model, but now DisplayMate, the world’s leading authority on smartphone displays, has officially confirmed it, awarding the handset its highest possible score, as spotted by Ausdroid. In …

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Google won’t sell Pixel 4 & Pixel 4XL in India, here’s why

Google just got done away with a formal announcement about its next generation products including the much-awaited Pixel 4 series. And while the those who were following the developments got to know all about the phone before its launch, thanks to the numerous leaks, Google itself corroborated some of the speculations. However, not until the last few …

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Safari users can bypass paywalls with new private browsing mode

Getting users to subscribe to sites is already difficult enough for publishers but now the latest version of Apple’s Safari browser is enabling users to read content locked behind a paywall for free. The latest update to the browser, which began rolling out to users at the end of September, …

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Cybercriminals deploy malware to make ATMs spit out cash

New details regarding a series of jackpotting attacks on ATMs in Germany that took place in 2017 have been uncovered thanks to a joint investigation conducted by Motherboard and the German broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR). Jackpotting is a technique in which cybercriminals use either malware or a piece of hardware …

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Roku TVs and players can finally access Apple TV content

Despite being one of the most open platforms for streaming services, Roku has always struggled to crack Apple’s walled garden until earlier this year when the pair announced that they would bring the Apple TV app to Roku for the first time.  Months later, the fruits of that partnership have …

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Workers trust AI more than human managers

Workers place more trust in robots and AI than their managers according to the second annual AI at Work study conducted by Oracle and Future Workplace. To compile the study, the two firms surveyed 8,370 employees, managers and HR leaders across 10 countries to find that AI has changed the …

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