Month: September 2020

It’s Google’s hardware launch day, and what do we get? A few Pixel phones, Nest kit, and a new Chromecast

One more thing: Hold for Me, a way to delegate avoid musak waiting Google on Wednesday held a virtual event to introduce its latest Pixel smartphones, a retooled Chromecast video streaming receiver, and a Nest-branded cloud-connected mic-speaker combo.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

Twitter will add transcription for voice tweets to promote accessibility – CNET

The company faced plenty of criticism for rolling out the test feature without support for people with disabilities. …read more Source:: CNet

Microsoft wants to make it easier to run Android apps on your PC – CNET

The tech giant is testing updates of the Your Phone app. …read more Source:: CNet

GitHub Tool Spots Security Vulnerabilities in Code

Scanner, which just became generally available, lets developers spot problems before code gets into production. …read more Source:: DarkReading

HBO Max: Everything to know about HBO’s newer, bigger streaming app – CNET

HBO’s streaming app offers everything on the regular channel plus extra shows, movies and originals. But one of its most glaring gaps: You can’t stream Max on Roku or Amazon Fire TV. …read more Source:: CNet

What Legal Language Should I Look Out for When Selecting Cyber Insurance?

At times, vague coverage can actually work for you. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Pixel 5 specs vs. iPhone 11, Galaxy S20 FE and OnePlus 8 – CNET

Check out how Google’s latest flagship stacks up against its competitors’ latest releases. …read more Source:: CNet

Russian hacker, described as ‘brilliant’ by judge, gets seven years in a US clink for raiding LinkedIn, Dropbox

Yevgeniy Nikulin, grabbed in Prague, unlikely to see his mother alive again after swiping 200m+ user records A Russian scumbag found guilty of hacking into LinkedIn, Dropbox, and Formspring – and stealing data on over 200 million users – has been sent down for more than seven years.… …read more Source:: Register

Nest Audio: Google’s newest smart speaker is replacing the original Google Home – CNET

Google’s $100 Nest Audio smart speaker brings improved sound and new looks to take on Amazon’s newest Echo. …read more Source:: CNet

Pixel 5 specs vs. Pixel 4A 5G, Pixel 4A and Pixel 4: What’s the difference? – CNET

A clear rundown on what makes 2020’s Pixel phones different than last year’s Pixel 4. …read more Source:: CNet