The next photo, which showcases a woman working on a laptop in a well-lit room, is where the differences start to appear. The photo from the 6S Plus is substantially darker than the others, with less detail on the woman’s hair and face in particular. The 7 Plus is also less detailed, but remains brighter overall. The 8 Plus and X looked considerably better than the other two, but similar to one another, which makes sense considering they feature many of the same hardware components. Unlike the first picture, we can see a clear trajectory, with steadily sharper images and better lighting with each consecutive model. … [Read more...] about From the 6S Plus to the X, how much did the iPhone camera improve?
Storage units new york
Sirin OS for security and privacy Security and privacy was a major part of Sirin Lab’s first phone, the Solarin, and the Finney runs a version of Android 8.1 called Sirin OS that’s packed with protection. An Intrusion Prevention System uses machine learning to monitor the phone from the kernel to app level, watching for threats both online and offline, and protects against network and host attacks. Sirin Labs wants to make sure your cryptocurrency remains safe, and it’s actively looking for partners to use Sirin OS on other phones too. … [Read more...] about Sirin Labs’ Finney is no token effort — it’s a full-fledged crypto-phone
That said, there are some major new features that will make Android 11 useful for everyone. Notably, perhaps the most important new feature is the new “one-time permission,” which will be available for apps that only need to access things like location once. With this feature, a person can grant access to location once, after which it will be rescinded later. … [Read more...] about Google’s first Android 11 developer preview brings permissions tweaks and more
As an example of a government/corporate collaboration, Manfra relayed the events that began when WannaCry began attacking the Asia-Pacific region. By the end of the first day, all major local internet providers, IT and cybersecurity firms, and more than 30 companies across the nation were providing analytical assistance. This local collaboration between the government and the private sector helped defend the United States against the brunt of the WannaCry attack. … [Read more...] about North Korea denies accusations of WannaCry attack involvement
The reason that LAN parties are not included is actually somewhat clever and understandable. It is also the reason you didn’t see any reviews of the game on the launch day. When you play StarCraft II, you are required to authenticate your copy of the game on the battle.net servers in order to verify that you are not pirating the game (the servers did not go active until launch day, which prohibited early reviews). Given time, someone may find a way around this with a crack, but with software piracy a massive concern for PC games, Blizzard might be on to something here. It is a shame that LAN parties had to be a casualty of the anti-piracy measures, but it is understandable. … [Read more...] about StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty review