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Don’t say it, Samsung

We learned a lot about the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra earlier. Now we are learning more about the smaller, cheaper ones Galaxy Note 20. Unfortunately, what we learn pretty disappointed us. According to WinFutureThe display of the Note 20 is flat and definitely what Kellen has been expecting for years, but should be limited to a refresh rate of only …

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Apple has released the third beta of tvOS 14 for developers

Apple today released the third beta of an upcoming developer tvOS 14 update for testing purposes. The new beta of ‌tvOS 14‌ was developed for the fourth and fifth generation Apple TV models and comes two weeks after the release of the second beta. Registered developers can download the beta version of “tvOS 14” to “Apple TV” using a profile …

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Apple is giving developers the third beta of watchOS 7

Apple today released the third beta of an upcoming developer watchOS 7 beta, two weeks after the second beta was released and one month after the launch of watchOS 7 at the Worldwide Developers Conference. To install the vonwatchOS 7OS beta, developers must download the correct configuration profile from the Apple Developer Center. As soon as the profile is set …

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Apple’s second store in Bangkok will open on July 25th

Apple has completed the construction of its second retail store in Bangkok, Thailand, and will open the location to the public on Saturday, July 25th. Apple has not added the new store to its list of stores in Thailand, but details of the opening date have been shared on Twitter and sent to MacRumors by reader Kangg. @kangg จาก W …

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My glitchy, glorious day at a conference for virtual beings

Through the pixel It’s hard to know if the eyes that come out of the laptop screen are human. Lars Buttler is a real person, but he is the CEO of the AI ​​Foundation, a company that makes fake ones: trainable, artificially intelligent agents who could one day take the place of a human personal assistant, customer service representative, or …

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Apple launches a security research device program to provide bug hunters with deeper access to the operating system to find vulnerabilities

Apple is launching a new Apple Security Research Device program today to provide security researchers with dedicated security research iPhones with unique guidelines for code execution and containment. Apple announced last year that it would give security researchers access to “special” iPhones that would make it easier for them to find vulnerabilities and vulnerabilities to make iOS devices more secure. …

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