Microsoft announced Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection for enterprise customers back in 2016. Later in 2018 it announced advanced threat protection (ATP) for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, way before the Windows 7 support ended in January 2020. Today, it has announced public preview of Microsoft Defender ATP for Linux. It supports servers running distributed versions of RHEL 7+, CentOS Linux 7+, Ubuntu 16 LTS, or higher LTS, SLES 12+, Debian 9+ and Oracle EL 7. Continue reading “Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection arrives for Linux, coming to Android and iOS soon”
Apple has long been rumoured to be working on AR and VR products. New reports from The Information and Bloomberg suggest that Apple is working on a bunch of products based on an advanced 3D Time of Flight sensor that will first make an appearance in the upcoming iPad and iPhones next year.
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I have to admit I have been a fan of the iPad mini form factor ever since it was introduced and have owned several versions. Over the last few days, I have spent some time with the latest generation of the iPad mini and absolutely loved it. The iPad mini is not for all but it is a great device and the form factor calls for some interesting use case. Here are my thoughts in this article.
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Blizzard Entertainment has announced Diablo Immortal, a mobile massively multiplayer online action–role-playing game in the Diablo franchise for Android and iOS devices that has been co-developed by Blizzard Entertainment and NetEaseIt. It brings Six iconic and highly customizable Diablo character classes —Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Monk, Necromancer, and Wizard—each with new powers and abilities, with more playable classes planned for future updates.
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The iPad was not the first tablet to be launched in the market. Several players had tried and failed in the tablet category. The iPad managed to become so popular and became a golden standard for the tablet market. 2017 marks the 7th anniversary of the iPad and over time interest in tablets has declined and the excitement around the iPad has reduced.
7 years later, Apple has managed to get consumers excited again with the introduction of the new iPad Pro devices and iOS 11 which gives a fresh lease of life for even older iPads models. Apple introduced the iPad Pro 10.5 at WWDC in June and this device replaced the iPad Pro 9.7. Here is my review of the iPad Pro 10.5 after using it for the past few weeks.
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The rumors of Google Assistant coming to the iOS is indeed true. Google, today at its I/O developer conference in Mountain View announced that the Assistant will be available on the iPhone. Google’s Assistant takes on Apple’s Siri directly and it will be interesting to see who wins this battle.
Google’s Assistant has third-party integrations and is capable of handling complicated queries. Google Assistant also allows you to control your connected devices thanks to Google’s new partnerships with third-party companies. Continue reading “Google Assistant is now available on the iPhone”
Google has finally launched Calendar for iPad. The Calendar will offer all the same features that are optimized for iPad. Users will be able to use Spotlight Search to find items from the iPad home screen. Continue reading “Google Calendar app finally available for iPad”
Apple has introduced Clips, a new video app that allow users to create short videos, by adding photos, filters, music. It takes cues from Snapchat, Instagram and Prisma and lets you make vibrant and creative videos that can be shared with friends the Messages app or popular social networks.
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Apple just announced a new 9.7-inch iPad that will replace the iPad Air 2 that was introduced in 2014. It has a the same 9.7-inch Retina display, but this is powered by A9 chip and M9 motion coprocessor. It Touch ID fingerprint sensor and is just 7.5 mm thick. It also has a 8-megapixel camera and a 1.2-megapixel FaceTime HD front camera. Continue reading “Apple introduces new 9.7-inch iPad with Retina display, Touch ID starting at Rs. 28900”
Apple is expected to announce its new line of iPads next week, according to a new report from MacRumors. Citing unnamed supply chain analysts, the report said Apple will “most likely” launch new products next week, between March 20 and 24.
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Apple’s latest version of its operating system, iOS 10 is present on nearly 80 percent of devices, five months after its release in September 2016. The company has revealed that 79 percent of iOS devices are running iOS 10.
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Next generation 10.9-inch iPad Pro will come without a home button, according to a latest report from Japanese site Makotakara. As per the report, nearly bezel-free design will allow for the 10.9-inch model to have the same overall footprint as the current 9.7-inch iPad Pro.
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Apple is said to be working on a 10.5 inch iPad that will be launched next year, according to a latest report from Digitimes. The company is already expected to announce 7.9-inch iPad mini, 9.7-inch iPad and 12.9-inch iPad Pro in 2017. Continue reading “Apple tipped to launch 10.5-inch iPad in early 2017”
Microsoft is doing something cool that will give everyone but especially kids from the 90’s a major throwback moment. The company is bringing Solitaire to Android, iPhone and iPad.
Continue reading “Microsoft’s classic Solitaire game now available on Android and iOS”
Ola has updated its iOS app which adds the ability for users to book a ride using Siri from their iPhone or iPad. Users will have to update their Apple devices to iOS 10 in order to use this feature.
Continue reading “Ola app now lets you book a ride with Siri, gets Maps integration”