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Hi-Tech Google Chrome for Android Now Automatically Saves Pages for Offline Reading
Author: 0 Google Chrome for Android Now Automatically Saves Pages for Offline Reading

Offline articles can be seen alongside your downloaded content. Google Chrome on Android will automatically download articles when you're connected to Wi-Fi so that you can read the content offline, Cnet reported. If you select the three dots located on the top right-hand side, you will view the option captioned Downloads. The post doesn't state exactly what sort of "relevant articles" will be automatically downloaded.

Hi-Tech Nokia 3.1 Arrives July 2 and Costs Just $159
Author: 0 Nokia 3.1 Arrives July 2 and Costs Just $159

You also won't get NFC for mobile payments or a fingerprint reader on the Nokia 3.1. Its anodized machined metal frame and sculpted glass display deliver the flawless combination for both stand-out looks and comfortable feel in the hand.

Hi-Tech You’re About to Pay Higher Online Taxes After Supreme Court Ruling
Author: 0 You’re About to Pay Higher Online Taxes After Supreme Court Ruling

South Dakota's governor has said his state loses out on an estimated $50 million a year in sales tax that doesn't get collected by out-of-state sellers. You have most likely been able to avoid paying sales tax on a lot of online purchases over the years, but that's coming to an end. These pressures have pushed states in two main directions: raising sales tax rates, and relying more on income taxes, especially (in recent years) on high earners.

Hi-Tech ‘Cardboard’ Switch Announced as Nintendo Labo Contest Prize
Author: 0 ‘Cardboard’ Switch Announced as Nintendo Labo Contest Prize

Nintendo has released a free software update for Mario Kart 8 on Switch that allows you to drive bikes using a Labo controller. You can enter the Labo Creators Contest from July 19th until August 20th. Eight runners-up will get the limited edition Joy-Con, Nintendo Labo Creators Jacket and an award certificate. More details can be found on the Nintendo Labo website .

Hi-Tech Snapdragon 1000 Fresh Details Appear to Reveal How Powerful it Could be
Author: 0 Snapdragon 1000 Fresh Details Appear to Reveal How Powerful it Could be

Qualcomm has been pushing into the PC processor market over the past few months by teaming up with Microsoft on the Always Connected program. The Snapdragon 1000's CPU will draw a total of 6.5 watts, whereas the whole SoC will draw 12W. For now this seems to be a work-in-progress, and Winfuture .de is also citing a Qualcomm job listing on LinkedIn looking for a Microsoft Windows Multimedia Project Engineer to manage all operations of a Qualcomm SDM845 and SDM1000 for desktop, HoloLens, and ...

Hi-Tech Apple just released the first iOS 12 beta to everyone
Author: 0 Apple just released the first iOS 12 beta to everyone

Once you've opted in, the public beta will be available to download in your iOS device's Settings app, just as any other software update would (it might take a little time for the update to show up after signing up , so if it doesn't appear right away, keep checking).

Hi-Tech Apple Working on High-End Airpods, Over-the-Ear Headphones
Author: 0 Apple Working on High-End Airpods, Over-the-Ear Headphones

The headphones are also expected to carry the Apple branding, though there's no official name for the product yet since it remains unconfirmed. For more details on the latest Apple rumors, head to the original report by Bloomberg here. On top of those features, the upcoming AirPods will also likely come with biometric sensors as part of Apple's broader effort to grow its health-related hardware products.

Hi-Tech A Researcher Discovered New Method to Crack iPhone Passcode
Author: 0 A Researcher Discovered New Method to Crack iPhone Passcode

When an iPhone is plugged in, keyboard input has precedence over the phone's passcode limit feature. Matthew Hickey is a security researcher and the co-founder of Hacker House , a cybersecurity company. As such, they were not being considered as actual attempts, so they are not counting toward the limit of 10 guesses and will not unlock an iPhone through brute force.

Hi-Tech Apple strikes down iPhone passcode hack
Author: 0 Apple strikes down iPhone passcode hack

Apple has been in a fix recently where a security researcher claimed to have found a method to guess iPhone passcodes using bruteforce method despite the hard limits of iOS. He posted his findings on Twitter, along with the video that proves that the device did not erase the content after being attacked. No spaces should be there when you send all four-digit codes from 0000 to 9999.

Hi-Tech Xiaomi shares camera samples shot on the Redmi 6 Pro
Author: 0 Xiaomi shares camera samples shot on the Redmi 6 Pro

The real question is whether Android tablets still make sense in 2018. The Redmi Y2 also gets the same 12 + 5MP camera but it is fueled with AI and also provides support for Face Unlock. The LTE version of the Mi Pad 4 comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage priced at CNY 1,499 (roughly Rs. 16,000). When we add the typical for the Redmi line 4000 mAh battery, and a new dual 12MP+5MP camera set on the back, the list of niceties grows way longer than the $200 price tag that the 4GB/64GB ...

Hi-Tech Bethesda Sues Makers of Westworld Game, Saying It Uses Fallout Shelter's Code
Author: 0 Bethesda Sues Makers of Westworld Game, Saying It Uses Fallout Shelter's Code

But the lawsuits underscore that there are a lot of derivative games that are inspired by other games, and that's why we have full genres of similar games. Moreover, Bethesda also claims that Behaviour used copyrighted code; code which was created by the studio for Fallout Shelter . "Bethesda will vigorously protect its legal rights in the valuable intellectual properties it owns, and take legal action whenever those rights are being infringed".

Hi-Tech Online Shopping Is About to Get More Expensive
Author: 0 Online Shopping Is About to Get More Expensive

In recent years, brick-and-mortar retailers, including bike retailers , had supported federal legislation that would create a nationwide system to collect state taxes. But some fear this decision will hurt small online businesses. Savvy shoppers who buy big-ticket items online to avoid state sales taxes will be losing that advantage.

Hi-Tech Apple Admits to Sticky MacBook Pro Keyboards, Will Fix Them for Free
Author: 0 Apple Admits to Sticky MacBook Pro Keyboards, Will Fix Them for Free

In a post made on its Support section today, Apple admitted issues with its MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards that users have reported for years. It's led to a call from many for a redesign of the keyboards, along with several class-action suits variously demanding Apple replace the whole notebooks with something more reliable.

Hi-Tech [H]ardOCP: Fake Fortnite Android Apps Spread Across Internet
Author: 0 [H]ardOCP: Fake Fortnite Android Apps Spread Across Internet

One of those aspects has been the constantly evolving map, which has been changing on a near weekly basis stemming from when it was struck by meteors at the start of the season. But, according to the well-known security company, of course, I am talking about the Malwarebytes, downloading this fake APK of Fortnite will simply steal all your data from your device and then simply ask you to perform some task to gain some revenue.

Hi-Tech Google’s AR
Author: 0 Google’s AR "Measure" app comes to all ARCore Android phones

This video shows how Measure works. Google has rolled out a new update for its Measure app . The Measurement app helps in quick, everyday measurements around the house or office. If you have a real tape measure handy, it doesn't make a ton of sense for small measurements, but for larger objects, these AR measuring apps can be genuinely useful.

Hi-Tech EU Legal Committee Approves Controversial Copyright Directive
Author: 0 EU Legal Committee Approves Controversial Copyright Directive

In March, the European Union issued new guidelines, giving internet companies an hour to wipe Islamic State videos and other terror content from their services. Requiring licenses to spread the news won't help fund journalism; it will simply shut down the sharing of professional news content and threaten smaller publishers, who most rely on their articles being shared.

Hi-Tech Apple will finally launch its AirPower charging mat in September
Author: 0 Apple will finally launch its AirPower charging mat in September

Unlike other chargers, AirPower was created to charge three devices including an iPhone , Apple Watch and AirPods . Remember Apple's AirPower multi-device charging mat that was first introduced back in September a year ago? Apple has been one of the biggest driving forces when it comes to bringing technology to the mainstream public, and when it announced thatits iPhone 8 , 8 Plus, and X would all support Qi wireless charging , it was a great day for the technology, which is now ...

Hi-Tech Latest US Supreme Court decision could hit SC wallets. Here's how
Author: 0 Latest US Supreme Court decision could hit SC wallets. Here's how

North Dakota, the court said those merchants were required to collect sales tax only when they had a physical presence , such as a store, office or warehouse, in the state in which the customer resides. States have not been able to collect taxes on online transactions unless a business had a physical presence in the state. Today's ruling caused publicly traded e-commerce companies share prices to tumble, with Shopify , Etsy , Amazon , eBay , Alibaba all recording losses in midday ...

Hi-Tech US Mobile Carriers Cut Off Flow of Location Data to Brokers
Author: 0 US Mobile Carriers Cut Off Flow of Location Data to Brokers

Verizon announced it would be suspending all data sales to location data brokers like LocationSmart and Zumigo, which the company acknowledged sold that data in turn to a roster of more than 75 different companies. Sprint's letter to Wyden doesn't explicitly mention any action against Securus or third-party companies. T-Mobile Inc. Chief Executive Officer John Legere was less formal, tweeting that his company did "not to sell customer location data to shady middlemen".