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Samsung wants you to test Android 11 and One UI 3 in beta

Samsung news is not slowing this afternoon as it is known that the company is now accepting applications for a beta test of A user interface 3 and Android 11. For owners of a Galaxy S20, you can now test Samsung software before others see it. This is actually a pre-beta test and is aimed at developers. So if you …

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Voting machine manufacturers are finally playing well with hackers

For well over The relationship between voting machine manufacturers and security researchers has been strained for a decade. Manufacturers have long resisted granting bug hunters unrestricted access, even if the large machine models used in the 2000s and 2010s were plagued by large, long-term security gaps. However, a new collaboration shows that the Cold War has sensibly begun to thaw. …

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Google’s $ 349 pixel 4a compared to Apple’s $ 399 iPhone SE

Google launched its latest smartphone this week, the $ 349 Pixel 4a, an affordable device that competes with other affordable devices like Apple’s iPhone SE. We chose one of the new Pixel 4a smartphones and thought we’d take a look to see how it matched the “iPhone SE” since the two devices have such similar prices. Subscribe to MacRumors’ YouTube …

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iOS 14: Using Safari’s webpage translation feature

In iOS 14, Apple introduced a translation app that can translate several different languages ​​in real time, and Safari has also introduced new translation features. Thanks to the new function for translating websites, Safari automatically detects whether a foreign website you have visited can be translated based on your list of preferred languages. Read on to see how it all …

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8 third-party home screen widgets that you can now try on iOS 14

One of the biggest new features of iOS 14 are home screen widgets that provide information from apps at a glance. The widgets can be pinned to the home screen in different places and in different sizes, which enables many different layouts. When the beta for iOS 14 was first released in June, widgets were limited to Apple’s own apps …

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Trump’s TikTok drama is a distraction

Millions of boys Americans panicked last weekend after President Donald Trump told reporters he was banning TikTok from the US. White House officials had already discussed measures against the social media platform and other Chinese-owned apps as they pose a national security risk. But as is typical of Trump, it is not exactly clear what, if anything, will happen next. …

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Galaxy Note 20 Ultra pre-order deals are crazier than ever

Once again, Samsung has opened reservations for its new phones. These reservations contain a number of special offers that you would like to take advantage of. For the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 UltraSamsung is offering up to $ 650 off with trade-ins and rewards you with up to $ 200 in credit on accessories. Reservations are now …

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Security researcher now shows fixed macOS hack that used Microsoft Office

MacOS users could be exposed to malicious attacks with Microsoft Office files that have macros embedded in them. This emerges from the details of the exploit fixed today, which security researcher Patrick Wardle shared with others today Motherboard. Hackers have long used Office files with embedded macros to access Windows computers. However, the exploit is also possible on macOS. According …

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