BETA 3 INCLUDES A NUMBER OF UPDATES TO IMPROVE FUNCTIONALITY, USER EXPERIENCE, AND PERFORMANCE. HERE ARE A FEW HIGHLIGHTS.
Scrolling Screenshots: In Beta 3, when you capture a screenshot of the content that’s scrollable, you’ll now see a “Capture more” button to extend the screenshot to the full content, and you can then adjust the crop. For developers, Google has introduced a new ScrollCapture API to support scrolling screenshots. In Beta 4, developers can expect improvements to the default support, such as support for scrolling ListViews.
On-device Search: With Beta 3, Google has highlighted platform support for AppSearch, a new high-performance on-device search engine. With AppSearch, apps can index structured data and search over it with built-in full-text search capabilities, and they can use native features like highly-efficient indexing and retrieval, multi-language support, and relevancy ranking.
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Apple acquired classical music streaming service Primephonic
In the recent announcement, Apple said it has acquired Primephonic, the renowned classical music streaming service that offers an outstanding listening experience with search and browse functionality optimized for classical, premium-quality audio, handpicked expert recommendations, and extensive contextual details on repertoire and recordings.
6 PILLARS OF REMOTE ACCESS SECURITY
The relevance of working remotely instead of being at the workplace has never been greater than now. As you may know, several companies around the world have operated during the pandemic with employees performing their jobs from home. While this is a convenient mode of working, the number of cybersecurity threats has also risen in recent years. One problem of remote work operations is that an organization’s cybersecurity frameworks are not available when employees are working from home.
Ericsson to boost Network Services portfolio with Intelligent Deployment
With technology advancing rapidly, networks are becoming more complex and diverse.
Google Photos now offers New Sizes, Delivery Options for your ordered prints
The team at Google Photos is currently busy rolling out larger photo print sizes, a new option to get your prints delivered right to your door and new canvas print sizes, so there are even more ways to print your favorite pictures.
Amitabh Bachchan to roll out Limited NFT Collection through BeyondLife.club
The BlockChain Phenomena NFT (Non-Fungible Token), which has recorded around $2.5 billion in NFT sales already globally is poised to take a leap forward with the launch of BeyondLife.club, an NFT platform with A-Listed of Brands, Celebrities and Athletes from South East Asia.
Can Electronic Nose Technology diagnose Diseases and Disorders through Smell?
Let’s know from IEEE Member Yangong Zheng
Facebook partnered with Gurugram-based Indifi Technologies to offer collateral-free loans to SMEs
In partnership with Indifi, Facebook has recently announced the launch of its “Small Business Loan Initiative” programme for SMEs in India.
Microsoft acquired Clipchamp, a browser-based Video Editing app
Small business owners, marketers, influencers, students, educators, families, and information workers of all types need the capability to make great videos with minimal effort.
THREAT SPOTLIGHT: RANSOMWARE TRENDS
Ransomware attacks have surged in 2021, with the number of attacks increasing dramatically and ransom amounts continuing to skyrocket. Cybercriminals are also expanding their targets, shifting their focus to our critical infrastructure and evolving into deep-rooted software supply chain attack campaigns, which can cause long-lasting devastation.
Android loses a huge innovator as LG quits making phones
LG phones pushed the bleeding edge of innovation, but it wasn’t enough.
High Court Sides With Google in Copyright Fight With Oracle
Technology companies sighed with relief after the Supreme Court sided with Google in a copyright dispute with Oracle. The high court said Google did nothing wrong in copying code to develop the Android operating system now used on most smartphones.
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DC Debuts Smartphone-Based Covid-19 Exposure Alert System
The nation’s capital has become one of the first jurisdictions in the country to employ a new COVID-19 notification system, a joint Google-Apple venture that delivers alerts to people’s phones, notifying them that they may have been exposed to the coronavirus.
I Switched From Android To iPhone: Here's Where Apple's Phone Wins & Fails
What happens when an android die-hard switches to iphone? Our android expert explains where apple impressed him—and where he experienced maor pain points.
3 Ways To Translate Conversations In Real Time With Google Assistant
Google Assistant is a handy way to ask questions, get information, and perform tasks via your Android phone or iPhone.
Google Starts The Countdown Clock On Cloud Print, Gives Users A Year To Find An Alternative
Another one bites the dust.
Google First ‘Pixel Feature Drop' Enhances Photos, Call Screen, Duo, RAM
Drop it like it’s hot.
Microsoft's 10 Biggest Ignite Reveals Include The New Edge, And More Ways To Tie Office To The Web
Outlook gains a number of new features, too.
With The App Defense Alliance, Google Play Protect Might Actually Keep Malware Off Your Phone
Google has announced a new alliance to augment its inadequate Play Protect malware-detection system.