Author: Mike Harrison

urian b.Tech Times August 10, 2022, 10:08 am The Samsung Galaxy Unpacked is one of the most popular Samsung events of the year. This is when fans usually expect the company to announce their new products, along with other juicy news about what they’re working on. (Photo: Screenshot by Tech Times of the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked August 2022 event broadcast on Engadget’s YouTube channel) Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro During the previous Galaxy Unpacked, fans saw an industry-changing decision by the company when it decided to bring back flip phones. The August 2022 Galaxy Unpacked event will try to break the…

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In Mark Gurman’s latest Power On newsletter for Bloomberg, he talked about Apple’s plans for the Mac Mini with M2 and M2 Pro chips, while the tech giant is still in the process of launching the product. Apple’s Mac Mini and M2 Pro According to Bloomberg, Gurman says Apple has been working on an M1 Pro version of the Mac mini, which will launch in late 2022 or early 2023. Gurman said Apple fans can expect a Mac Mini refresh to include both M2 and M2 Pro options, and the devices won’t be getting a major redesign anytime soon. According…

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Security cameras are almost everywhere, as crimes are rampant in some places. You can see them everywhere: in your neighborhood, local coffee shop, bookstore and other locations. One of the most popular security cameras comes from Amazon. The Ring doorbell can be used for protection. If you think someone could harm you, this surveillance is a good start to protect you from intruders. However, most people do not know how these cameras collect data. Even as an owner, it can bypass your rights or privacy without your knowledge. Amazon’s ring cameras can invade your privacy (Photo: Amazon)Your Amazon doorbell may…

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There is now a new significant threat in the security infrastructure, and it comes from an unknown group of Chinese hackers who are launching a dangerous attack on the world. The group’s mode remains unknown, and the only information researchers now have is that in this case they have a similar framework to the infamous Cobalt Strike virus. Chinese hackers bring new threats like cobalt attack (Photo: Unsplash’s Philipp Katzenberger) Bleeping Computer reported that a new Chinese hacking group is using its virus against the public, targeting a framework called “Manjusaka”, which poses a dangerous threat to everyone. Cisco Talos…

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GM’s warranty transfer limit is now being rolled out. The giant automaker decided to make this change so that buyers would be discouraged from buying the company’s in-demand vehicles just for resale. (Photo: Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)A General Motors logo is displayed at the General Motors Technical Center, where Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra held a press conference today on June 5, 2014 in Warren, Michigan. Barra spoke to provide an update on GM’s internal investigation into the ignition switch recall at the General Motors Technical Center. This plan was announced earlier this 2022 by General Motors North America…

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Meta no longer provides monetization, payments or compensation to US publishers for their pieces, works and uploads that are part of the Facebook news tab on social media. Previously, Facebook offered to pay for the uploads made by publishers in the new experience it introduced three years ago, which is now ending contracts. Meta: Facebook news no longer pays US publishers for uploads (Photo: Unsplash/Austin Distel)facebook Axios first reported on the major changes to the Facebook news experience for US publishers, and it claims there would be no more compensation for the uploads made on the dedicated tab. The experiment…

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Amazon announced that it would increase the monthly subscription costs of the Prime service over the next two months. The price will skyrocket to 43% in European countries in just a year. Amazon Prime subscription increase in Europe (Photo: Unsplash’s Christian Wiediger)Amazon Prime subscribers from Europe will soon be paying an additional fee for the subscription service after the impending price hike. According to a story by The Verge, Amazon will adjust the current Prime subscription price from September 15. For example, the service charge will increase from £79 to £95, which is a 20% increase. In France, subscription costs…

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(Photo: Unsplash/ david henrichs) drone If you love the outdoors, you probably take pictures and videos for memories as often as possible. While you can use your phone’s camera, nothing beats the quality of drones when it comes to capturing images from unique angles. Copernicus Mini Drone Sale While many drones can be heavy and unwieldy, the Copernicus Mini Drone folds up easily and its compact rectangular design fits in the palm of your hand. You can store it and take it anywhere, which is important especially if you travel all the time. Don’t be fooled by the size of…

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In an effort to fund its plans to produce EVs, Ford apparently plans to cut up to 8,000 jobs in the coming weeks, Bloomberg reported. The company’s Ford Blue unit, which was recently established to develop internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, will be affected, along with other salaried positions. It is also reported that the majority of the cuts are expected to take place in the United States. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)COLMA, CALIFORNI – JANUARY 05: The Ford Bronco logo is displayed on a vehicle at Serramonte Ford on January 5, 2022 in Colma, California. Ford announced a 17 percent…

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Netflix has reported its second quarter results and they are not good at all. You can feel it in the air that a storm is coming for the company, and it’s going to get really bad. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)LOS GATOS, CALIFORNI – APRIL 20: A sign is posted in front of Netflix headquarters on April 20, 2022 in Los Gatos, California. Despite this, Netflix is ​​still the largest streaming service. However, the company reported its first quarterly loss in subscribers in more than a decade earlier this year and warned it expects to lose two million global subscribers in…

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