Tag Archives: Use

next iPhone to use Intel’s Modem Chips: report

Apple Inc’s next iPhone will use modems chips from Intel Corp, replacing the ones made by Qualcomm Inc in a few variations of the new telephone, Bloomberg reported, mentioning people acquainted with the matter. Intel’s modem chips may be in iPhones used on AT&T Inc’s US community and some other versions of the smartphone for foreign places markets, Bloomberg stated ... Read More »

Whale-locating smartphone App Grows in Use, guidance Mariners Away

With summer season whale looking season rapid approaching, conservation advocates and government agencies who need to defend whales say a mobile app designed to assist mariners steer clear of the animals is supporting keep them alive. The Whale Alert app provides a real-time display of the ocean and the position of the mariner’s ship, in conjunction with records about wherein ... Read More »

Zoho Vault Is a Free Password Manager That’s Great for Personal Use

Given how much of our personal data is stored across various online services, having a password manager has become essential. The perils of weak passwords are well-known – your accounts can be easily hacked, leading to a lot of misery. And since most people have a large number of accounts across various websites, remembering different strong passwords for each account ... Read More »

You’ll Soon Be Alerted If Your USB Type-C Cable Is Safe to Use

Previously we have seen few reports stating how a third-party non-compatible USB Type-C cable can fry your smartphone. However, USB Implementers Forum or the USB-IF now plans to prevent such situations with the announcement of an authentication specification. USB-IF during the Intel Developer Forum in Shenzhen, China announced a new set of software rules in the form of USB Type-C ... Read More »

FBI Trick for Breaking Into iPhone Likely to Leak, Limiting Its Use

The FBI’s method for breaking into a locked iPhone 5c is unlikely to stay secret for long, according to senior Apple Inc engineers and outside experts. Once it is exposed, Apple should be able to plug the encryption hole, comforting iPhone users worried that losing physical possession of their devices will leave them vulnerable to hackers. When Apple does fix ... Read More »

Apple Could Use Brooklyn Case to Pursue Details About FBI iPhone Hack: Report

If the US Department of Justice asks a New York court to force Apple Inc to unlock an iPhone, the technology company could push the government to reveal how it accessed the phone which belonged to a shooter in San Bernardino, a source familiar with the situation said. The Justice Department will disclose over the next two weeks whether it ... Read More »

Google Docs Now Lets You Use Voice Commands for Editing

Google back in September last year introduced the ability to type in Docs on the Web inside Chrome using voice commands. Now, the search giant has extended the feature letting users even make edits using their voice. To get started, users can simply select ‘Voice typing’ in the ‘Tools’ menu inside Docs in Chrome and start giving voice commands to ... Read More »

Xiaomi to Use Its Own Smartphone Chips This Year: Report

China’s most valuable start-up Xiaomi Inc is aiming to use smartphone processor chips designed in-house in some of its lower-priced handsets in the second half of this year, a source with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters. The move would mark the first time that Xiaomi has used chips designed in-house, something analysts have said could put pressure on ... Read More »

Freedom 251 Is Too Expensive – Soon Someone Could Pay You to Use Their Phone

The Freedom 251 made headlines this week for being (in all likelihood) the most affordable smartphone in the world. It raised more questions than answers and most of us at Gadgets 360 are still incredibly sceptical as to whether this little-known company’s cheaper-than-a-movie-ticket smartphone will even reach the hands of the price-sensitive people of India. Let’s be completely clear. I, ... Read More »

The Centuries-Old Law US Wants to Use to Unlock a Terrorist’s iPhone

The US government and Apple are locked in a legal battle over unlocking an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters. But a new court order is throwing a law that dates to the days of the founding fathers into a high-tech debate over digital security. This week, a US magistrate judge in California ordered Apple to provide ... Read More »