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Google will pay for discovering vulnerabilities in third-party apps

From now on, Google will also pay security researchers rewards if they find leaks in third-party apps. They must be in the Play Store and…

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Samsung Confirmed Launch Date for Galaxy Fold Smartphone

Samsung promised to relaunch its foldable smartphone in September and kept the dates secret. But a Korean media company suggests that Samsung has chosen September…

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MIT is developing a 16-bit processor based on carbon nanotubes

Researchers from MIT and Analog Devices have made a 16-bit processor with 14,000 so-called carbon nanotube field-effect transistors. This is the largest chip based on…

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Belgian school lets students pay for their lunch with a palm scan

At the Sint-Bavohumaniora in Ghent, students will soon be able to pay for sandwiches and drinks via a scan of their palm. The biometric technology…

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Researchers develop lithium metal battery cells that are much more stable

Scientists from Stanford University have developed a coating for the anodes of lithium metal batteries that make these batteries more stable. Due to the lightness…

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Dota 2 champions earn more than the top Wimbledon players

The International is the esports tournament of Dota 2. It is a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena, better known as a MOBA, a real team sport. The…

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No walkie talkie messages sent via iPhone for now

Apple was working on a project to develop a walkie talkie function for the iPhone in collaboration with Intel. Website Information reports that the plans for this will…

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LG adds Google Assistant to the updated ThinQ app

LG updates its app for smart home service and integrates the Google Assistant in the application. In addition, the Korean company is changing the name…

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International Space Station doubles internet speed to 600 Mbit / s

The International Space Station gets a higher internet speed than an average Dutch household. In the space station that flies 400 kilometers above the earth,…

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Baidu is pushing Google out of second place in the market for smart speakers

The Chinese manufacturer Baidu can now call itself the second-largest manufacturer of smart speakers. According to market researcher Canalys, Baidu overtook Google in the second…

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