But U2F hardware keys are even more secure, especially if you're using them in conjunction with Google's Advanced Protection Program. (And, again, even that remains overkill for most folks, even if it's really the right thing to use from a security standpoint.) And at the end of the day, securing your online world is all about mitigating risk, not eliminating it. … [Read more...] about Now that Google has a USB-C Titan Key, every Pixel device should ship with one
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Let’s begin with the verdict - If you're looking for a smartphone with a big screen, long-lasting battery and great camera features, but don't want to spend a lot, the Samsung Galaxy A51 might be THE phone for you. With a completely new design, a massive upgrade in the camera department and a gorgeous Infinity-O display the new Galaxy A51 is a champion waiting to leave a mark among consumers. The new handset continues to carry the tradition of introducing innovative features in the budget lineup. Let’s get right into the merits of the Samsung Galaxy A51 and everything that makes it Awesome. Awesome Camera Samsung has come up with an interesting mix for the camera on this smartphone. It has a four-camera set up that combines a 48MP primary camera, a 12MP ultra-wide camera with a 123-degree field of view, a 5MP depth camera that has been retained from its predecessor, and a 5MP macro camera, becoming Samsung’s first smartphone to feature it. The main 48MP camera … [Read more...] about Here’s why we think the all new Samsung Galaxy A51 is truly ‘Awesome’
Google Stadia, the firm's cloud game streaming service, is going to become more accessible to users this week. The firm has announced today that Stadia will be coming to more phones. Previously, users had to own one of Google's own Pixel phones from the Pixel 2 and above to be able to take advantage of the service. From the 20th of February, Google will now be adding some of the most popular Android phones. … [Read more...] about Google’s Stadia is coming to the Samsung Galaxy S and Note lines on February 20
Since the PSVR 2 relies on the PS5 to power it and doesn't need the extra space for components and batteries inside as a standalone VR unit does, it's logical that Sony wouldn't choose a display that offsets important specs just for the sake of saving space. The new JDI displays sport a 4.5ms response time, also known as pixel persistence, which puts them at more than double the persistence rate of other high-quality VR-only LCD displays such as the ones found in the Oculus Rift S. … [Read more...] about Could this be PS5’s new PSVR 2 display?
"One of the big issues we are currently facing is passing the tests needed to CE mark the system so that it can be provided legally to users in the European Economic Area [EEA] and many other countries that use the EEA's CE marking standards," Seccombe told ZDNet. "I know this is not as fun to report on as elephants ripping sensors out of the ground by their antennas or poachers discovering cameras and chopping them off trees with machetes, but I don't think this issue is well known to potential developers of wildlife conservation technology solutions -- and if it's not budgeted for or thought about early enough it might act as a critical stumbling block for a lot of people out there," he added. … [Read more...] about The Internet of Wild Things: Technology and the battle against biodiversity loss and climate change