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Using Voice Control in iOS 13 to operate an iPhone hands-free device

Apple added a voice-control feature in iOS 13 as an accessibility option designed for users who need to use their hands-free iPhones and iPads. It allows complete control of the operating system using voice commands. Speech control has been developed for people who need an alternative to physical control. However, it can be useful even if you can operate your …

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Apple buys UK-based Spectral Edge & # 39; to enhance the iPhone's photographic capabilities

Apple has bought the British photography company Spectral Edge, reports Bloomberg . The Spectral Edge website is no longer available, but the company has developed a mathematical technique to enhance the photographic images in real time. The Spectral Edge algorithm was developed in 2014 from academic research at the University of East Anglia and can enhance smart phone images in …

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Why Ring Doorbells Perfectly exemplify the IoT Security Crisis

Amazon's Ring smart doorbells are bringing surveillance to suburbia and sparking data-sharing relationships between Amazon and law enforcement. Ring accounts, which can also be connected to indoor ring cameras, to take over the devices and get to all of the sites of invasive shenanigans. In Tennessee, hackers hijacked an indoor ring camera on a white background. And as Motherboard first …

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Greta Thunberg beat up in her climate speech "Creative PR"

This story originally appeared on HuffPost and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. At a high-level event on Wednesday at the United Nations Climate Summit, Swedish youth climate activist Greta Thunberg proposed world leaders for "misleading" the public with inadequate emission reduction promises and growing science showing that governments need to act quickly to prevent catastrophic warming. Thunberg opened …

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revolt! Scientists say they are sick of the hype of the quantum computer

This spring, a mysterious figure called Quantum Bullshit Detector entered the Twitter scene. Anonymous Post began commenting on alleged quantum computer breakthroughs – claiming that the technology will accelerate artificial intelligence algorithms, manage financial risks in banks, and remove all encryption. The report preferred to express its opinion in a single word: bullshit. The provocations confused professionals in the field. …

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CalDigit USB-C Pro Dock Review

In recent years, the Thunderbolt 3-Docks have become almost ubiquitous. Different docks offer different types of connections in different body styles. Similar docks, albeit with more limited features, are available for connection via USB-C to computers that lack the more powerful Thunderbolt 3 standard, even in some cases including the iPad Pro. Since the introduction of Thunderbolt 3 docks, users …

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Anti-vape laws could do more harm than good

Since July, the country has been hit by a mysterious vaping-related lung disease that affects more than 2,200 people and kills 48 people. As the number of diseases and deaths increased, so did the ban on vaping. The city of San Francisco had already banned the sale of e-cigarettes, and in September Massachusetts banned all e-cigarettes, followed by bans on …

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The war against polio has just reached its most dangerous phase

In Afghanistan religious turmoil was the problem: The Taliban imposed overlapping vaccination bans, both at major events and in the following days, where house-to-house sweeping took place. (They now allow the administration of vaccines in public buildings, but not in private homes.) In Pakistan, the problem is political change: the national elections in July 2018 triggered staff turnover throughout the …

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