Last week, Huawei’s sub-brand Honor announced a new technology dubbed GPU Turbo that would be arriving on a number of its smartphones to enhance performance. And now, in a pretty unsurprising move, Huawei has confirmed that its smartphones will receive the software too.
Autopilot’s name may sound like it can drive a Tesla electric car for you, but it’s still a semi-autonomous feature that can auto-steer, keep you in your lane, brake, and accelerate the car forward as long as the driver is still paying full attention with hands on the wheel.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk claims a new Tesla software update is coming in August that will bring more autonomy to Autopilot. Musk tweeted early Sunday morning about Tesla Version 9.0 including major updates for Autopilot 2.0.
That issue is better in latest Autopilot software rolling out now & fully fixed in August update as part of our long-awaited Tesla Version 9. To date, Autopilot resources have rightly focused entirely on safety. With V9, we will begin to enable full self-driving features.
Internet security is an important issue for all of us. It’s easy to be complacent and assume that it’ll never happen to you — you’re too sensible and secure with your data after all, right? But keeping your computer secure from various threats online is no longer just about avoiding clicking on the “wrong” link, and utilizing common sense. Nor is it just about protecting yourself from viruses.
What threats are out there?
Zero-day vulnerabilities are one key way of suffering a breach of your information before anyone even knows an issue is there. Effectively, they’re software flaws or bugs often found by cyber criminals, before many companies realize what’s happened. Due to their popularity, commonly used software like Java, Adobe’s PDF reader and Flash Player are ripe for exploitation with many zero-day attacks stemming from the popular plug-ins. Read more…
At its R&D campus in South Korea, LG has opened today the Software Upgrade Center which was built so that the manufacturer can start “providing customers worldwide with faster, timelier, smartphone operating system and software updates.” Android users have had to cope with a system that tries to deal with so many different manufacturers and models, that as of February (the last data available), Android 8.0 and 8.1 together could be found on just .11% of active Android handsets.
The first update to be handled by the Software Upgrade Center will result in Android Oreo being pushed out …
Samsung has released an update for its Gear IconX (2018) wireless earbuds. The update brings in some sweet new features, while also improving some of the existing ones.
OnePlus must have pushed out some rather buggy open beta updates to its customers. These non-final builds are usually rough in spots because they are used to test out new features; they are not made to be installed on OnePlus models being used as a daily driver. Still, it is unusual to have an open beta build recalled, and the action by OnePlus suggests that whatever problems the company found with the update, they are serious enough to warrant this action.
The open beta updates recalled by OnePlus include Open Beta 5 for the OnePlus 5T, Open Beta 7 for the OnePlus 5,Open Beta 24 for the …
If you own one of Samsung’s second-gen fitness bands – the Gear Fit2 or the Gear Fit2 Pro – you’ll be glad to hear your wearable is getting updated. The newest version of the software, which is currently rolling out worldwide, is bringing in two new features – Weight Management and Fitness Program – as well as some minor UI improvements.
Starting today, Apple has released the latest iOS 11.3 software update and millions of iPhones will be updated with new features like a battery health tool, new animoji, newer version of Apple ARKit, business chat and more.
For those who doubted John Chen’s ability to turn around BlackBerry, or wondered why he got that huge five-year contract extension, the time has come to put those thoughts behind you. After exiting the hardware business, licensing the BlackBerry name and its version of Android to three companies, and focusing on the automobile business and the IoT, Chen has yet to meet his Waterloo at Waterloo.
For its fiscal fourth quarter, BlackBerry reported record software and services revenue of $218 million (non-GAAP) and $212 million (GAAP). The previous record was just set last quarter. For the period, …