Author: Xavier Jinan

Snapchat Launches Snapchat Games

Snapchat launches its new gaming service called Snapgames as mentioned in a blog post.

The decision of adding Snapchat Games came after the gaming industry showed a huge revenue in the year 2018.

We are making Snapchat more fun. We want Snapchat not only limited to just chatting and sending snaps. We want to make sure that people can play board games while having fun in the digital space.

Product Manager of Snapchat stated

The update called Snap Games, will soon start rolling out to snapchat users all around the world.

South Korea launched 5G services today

South Korea has become the first country to launch 5G services. South Korea offers the most competitive cell phone rates in the world.

5G technology delivers 50 times more speed in Internet than 4G LTE service.

The new 5G launch will create revolutionary breakthroughs in the telecommunication field and autonomous cars. It will also help the South Korean economy grow to the next level.

It is meaningful that South Korean telecom companies are providing services and networks meeting South Korean customers’ high standard in speed and picture quality.

Ryu Young-sang, executive vice president of the SK Telecom said

Company KT Corp, in competition with SK telecom, is planning to offer the most cheaper 5G service plans with unlimited data.

Facebook Is Asking New Users To Hand Them Their Email and Password

As Facebook has revised its privacy in early 2019, the company is still struggling to get used to a “Privacy” culture. Kevin Poulson who reported to Daily Beast on April 2 that some Facebook users have asked to provide both email and password.

A blog post had been published today which showed a huge amount of Facebook email and password were publicly available on AWS (Amazon servers).

The email password trick was first spotted by a software developer and information security expert who tweets by the handle “e-sushi”:

These requests are used to verify your email but Facebook is storing your email and password.

Facebook continue to have privacy problems. And this tactic can put a huge number of email and passwords in open space.

VR Headsets Can Damage Your Eyesight

Virtual Reality can cause lethal damage to your eyes which can make you Blind forever, Standford University research concluded.

In 2017, CNN revealed around 10 million American grown-ups are experiencing Myopia, Myopia is the limitation and Virtual Reality can be the following element to rise it further.

Moreover, the vast majority of the general population demonstrate the sights of Motion Sickness in the wake of wearing VR headsets, which is an indication that their cerebrum is declining to acknowledge the truth which an individual need our mind to appear.

This is 2 times more dangerous for children than it is for adults.

iPhone 11 To Get Two-way Charging And A 4000 MaH Battery

Apple senior analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the next generation of iPhone will have two-way charging. That means iPhone 11 can share the battery with other phones of AirPods.

Kuo said by introducing these methods we will be able to take over Samsung, whose new phone Galaxy s10 charges other phones wirelessly and also charges earbuds.

As reported by 9to5 Mac, Kuo further said that iPhone 11 will have larger batteries around 4,000 MaH, which will be able to run the phone for at least two days on a minimal use.

Kuo has a conventional reputation of revealing highlights on future Apple items. Having the capacity to charge your AirPods on the back of your telephone could be a lovely thing.

Apple did not quickly react to the report of analyst.

Google Adds “Snake” Game As April Fool Prank

Remember snake in your Nokia 3310 ? Google has added that game as april fool prank.

You can simply play this game by touching the sidebar option on the left side of the search bar and you’ll see the “Play Snake” option, on your iOS and Android devices.

There are six cities listed on it from where you can chose: Cairo, São Paulo, London, Sydney, San Francisco, Tokyo. There’s also a “World” option, where you select passengers from all over the map.

Snake will be playable in Google Maps for roughly a week, a Googlespokesperson told CNET, although the tech giant did set up a dedicated site for it.

Whatsapp New Update Will Be Able To Spot Fake News

To eliminate the spreading of fake news, Whatsapp and Facebook team creators are launching a new feature for Whatsapp soon that will notify you if the news you’re getting is fake.

This new update will allow the user to verify the source of the image, video or news right away. With this new update, WhatsApp users will be able to verify if the images shared with them is authentic or has been tempered. This update will use the “Google’s image reverse search” feature.

To encounter the spreading of unreliable misinformation which results in fake news and fake propaganda, this new feature is going to be launched by Whatsapp very soon.

Whatsapp has been intorducing different updates on the platform for the security of its users’ privacy.

New Apple Watch Will Come With A ECG Update

Apple is introducing new WatchOS 5.2 to all the users in Hong Kong and 19 other countries in europe with a latest update that includes ECG feature.

The countries getting this update are as follows; HK, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, the UK and Switzerland.

Apple ECG app became available in the US in December, and now it will also work with Watch Series 4. The watch will send sends an electrical signal to the user’s heart and could tell if their Heart Beat is normal or if they’re experiencing abnormal heartbeats called atrial fibrillation (AFib).

This ECG app is only available for the new watches of Apple, the older version will not be able to support this update.

Google updates two-step verification with modern security keys

Google made it a lot easier to protect your account if you are a user of G Suite. Google is rolling out a new update series for two-step verification, initiating with the UI itself. A user will be able to see new Instructions in images and text that will help you in setting up a security key process and the flow for the process now changes depending on the browser a user is using. A user will get a great experience to Safari and Chrome.

A user will even have a choice of own Bluetooth keys.

A user also will not have to haste to grip one of Google’s own Titan keys if a user wants the extra of Bluetooth. Google is encouraging “expanded” wireless key backing, and a user can enable the feature through a flag if a person is on Linux. All briefed, Users will have a good reason to adopt two-step if you were unwilling to adopt it in the first place.