What you need to know OnePlus has started rolling out a new stable OxygenOS update for the OnePlus 6 series. It brings the May 2020 Android security patch, a few bug fixes, and improved system stability. For users in India, the update adds a new Work-Life Balance feature and access to some Epic Games titles from within Game Space. … [Read more...] about OnePlus 6 and 6T get new OxygenOS 10.3.4 update with May security patch
The Public Interest Registry, which runs the ".org" domain, last year announced that it would be the first generic top-level domain to roll out DNSSEC. Verisign, which administers the ".net" and ".com" top-level domains, said earlier this summer that DNSSEC would come to ".net" by late 2010, and to ".com" in 2011. Even ".gov" is supposed to switch later this year. Countries like Sweden have also deployed DNSSEC on their own top-level country domains. … [Read more...] about Securing the .edu top-level domain with DNSSEC
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has enjoyed considerable success in its homeland and in other developing markets across Asia. However the company is intent on securing a pathway to Europe as it identifies new sources of growth, as demonstrated by its commercial tie-up with the Wimbledon tennis championships last year. … [Read more...] about Oppo secures major European partnership with Vodafone
Ultimately though, is all this brouhaha over India's contact tracing app more noise than substance since it ended up being open source and optional? Maybe. But consider these facts. Narendra Modi was Chief Minister of the state of Gujarat when over 2,100 Muslims were slaughtered in an orchestrated pogrom. For someone like Modi who has tight control over practically every organ of his administration, it would have been laughably impossible for him -- and his police force -- to not be aware of the bloodletting that took place over a span of many days all across the state. … [Read more...] about India’s contact tracing app made open source, but will this thwart a surveillance state?
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