10 hot titles of IT world
Here are high rated IT titles in the world that reviewed by savvy tech users:
1 Wikileaks: The CIA can remotely hack into computers that aren’t even connected to the internet. new documents published by WikiLeaks on June 22 suggest that even when such extreme measures are taken, no computer is safe from motivated, well-resourced hackers. The 11 documents describe a piece of software called “Brutal Kangaroo,” a set of tools built for infiltrating isolated, “air-gapped” computers by targeting internet-connected networks within the same organization.
2 HMD Global’s latest Nokia-brand smartphone will arrive on Amazon for $229 next month. The device is a perfectly reasonable mid-range Android device, packing a 5.5-inch HD display and a body hewn from aluminium, or aluminum, now that it’s being sold in the US. Tucked inside is a Snapdragon 430, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage and space for a microSD card, running Android Nougat.
3 Augmented reality studio castAR reportedly closes its doors.
The remaining employees are apparently trying to sell its existing technology.
4 Twitter on Android automatically enters ‘night mode’ after dark.
Now the only thing keeping you awake is outrage.
5 Microsoft wants OneNote to be the go-to classroom app.
Microsoft has been quietly focusing on the education market with its OneNote app for some time now. It’s offered free Office 365 subscriptions for students, an integrated math tutor and a classroom-centric add-on called OneNote Class Notebook.
6 Facebook won’t release data on political ads to researchers.
The company’s policy is the same for political and commercial advertising.
7 Google gives students interactive tools for STEM and internet safety.
The company is also offering more Voyager stories and guided curriculum.
8 Google officially kills Gchat in favor of Hangouts.
Google Talk, also known as Gchat, has officially been put out to pasture and replaced with Hangouts. The tech giant has been threatening to do so since March, so you’ve only yourself to blame for holding on to an internet messaging services from days gone by.
9 Not that long ago, there was a report that the on again/off again merger talks between T-Mobile and Sprint had resumed, but the Wall Street Journal reports they’re on hold. That’s apparently due to Sprint negotiating exclusively with the combined unit of Charter and Comcast. An unlikely result could be an acquisition of the fourth largest wireless carrier, or the two cable companies could invest in it to help improve the company’s network, which they could then use to offer their wireless services instead of Verizon.
10 Nintendo announced that the Super Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition will hit retail on September 29 for $80. It will come with 21 games on its hard drive, including classics like Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and Super Metroid.