Day: August 27, 2019

                 
Apple iOS

What’s new in iOS 13.1 Beta 1

As we posted before on our blog Apple surprised us with the release of iOS 13.1 Beta 1. Apple has never before released a point updated for an unreleased software update (I looked, they really haven’t). This update brought back some features that were dropped from iOS 13 and a few new items. Shortcut Automations […]

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Android Malware

Malware Found in Android App CamScanner

A Trojan Dropper malicious module was found hidden in the Android App CamScanner that has been downloaded over 100 million times by Google Play Store Users. Kasperski security researches found it while taking a closer look at the app after negative reviews were posted over the past few months. The researchers found that the developer […]

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Technology Wireless

801.11ax or Wi-Fi 6?

For those of you confused by the current Wi-Fi standards like “801.11ac” or “a/b/g/n” the Wi-Fi Alliance has got the answer for you. The Wi-Fi Alliance is the worldwide network of companies that help to ensure that Wi-Fi devices and networks provide users the interoperability, security, and reliability through standards. In the past, Wi-Fi versions […]

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Apple Mobile

FCC investigates iPhone 7

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is now investigating Apple’s iPhone 7 which tests have shown to be emitting radiofrequency radiation above the legal limit. In the test where the iPhone was set to operate at full power and was secured to a tub of clear liquid which mimics human tissue, it was concluded that the […]

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Android iOS Mobile

Verizon’s Anti-Robocall Service Will be Automatically Enabled on Android Phones

The change comes after the FCC gave carriers greater power to “aggressively block” unwanted robocalls. Verizon said on Tuesday it will begin to automatically enroll eligible Android phones in its free Call Filter service. In June the FCC voted to grant greater power to wireless carriers to “aggressively block” unwanted robocalls. The free version of […]

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Apple iOS Mobile

Apple releases the first developer beta of iOS 13.1 – Is it 13.1 or 13 BETA 9?

Today Apple has released another developer beta however it is showing as 13.1 instead of the expected 13 Beta 9 thus suggesting that the beta testing for iOS 13 has ended and we are on to 13.1. As usual Apple’s public beta should follow in the coming days and we should prepare for the release […]

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