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YouTube TV rolled out on Apple TV, and most Roku devices

YouTube has finally rolled out its YouTube TV app for Apple TV as well as most Roku devices. YouTube TV – the live television streaming service by Google is a paid service and it was originally released for Android and iOS platforms in March 2017. After nearly a year, YouTube TV is now available as a dedicated app for Apple TV and Apple TV 4K, as well as all Roku TVs, Roku Ultra, Roku Streaming Stick+, Roku Streaming Stick, Roku Express/ Express+, Roku Premiere+, Roku Premiere, Roku 4, Roku 3, and Roku 2 devices. YouTube TV isn’t available across the …

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Nokia 8 Android 8.1 Oreo update starts rolling out

Nokia 8 Android 8.1 Oreo update has started rolling out with several users confirming on social media platforms that they have started receiving notifications about the update. Android 8.1 Oreo update for Nokia 8 has been rolled out just weeks after HMD Global released a beta test programme for the flagship handset that was running Android 8.0 Oreo until now and recently received the February Android security patch. The rollout of the latest update was also confirmed by company’s Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas. “We are rolling out Android Oreo 8.1 on Nokia 8! Get the sweetest Android to date,” …

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Practo Trinity announced, brings insurance through ICICI Lombard

Practo Trinity – a new platform that has brought ICICI Lombard insurance processing to the medical app – has been announced. This is done through a new app called IL Take Care, which uses Practo’s technology to book an appointment, automatically file an insurance claim, and process it in real time, and you can also use it to order the medicines prescribed to you. Shashank ND, founder and CEO of Practo, explains how it’ll work. “You can go to the ICICI Lombard app, our app, or directly to the clinic and present yourself as a policy holder,” he says, “and …

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UK holds Russian military responsible for ‘NotPetya’ ransomware attack

The UK has held the Russian military responsible for the NotPetya ransomware attack that affected thousands of computers worldwide last year. The UK government has openly accused Russian military for launching the attack adding that this is a “new era of warfare” started by Russia and it is representative of the “a destructive and deadly mix of conventional military might and malicious cyber attacks”. Russia on the other hand was quick to deny any involvement and said that the accusations are baseless and unsubstantiated. Russia says that UK’s accusation is an example of ‘Russophobic campaign’ that is not based on …

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Tinder app puts users’ privacy at risk as it lacks encryption

If you are using Tinder mobile app for dating purpose or for some other reasons make sure not to use it over a Wi-Fi from a network that is being shared by others because a new study claims that the app security protections, leaving users vulnerable to eavesdropping. According to security researchers at Checkmarx Tinder app app is not using encryption to prevent hackers from snooping on users sharing the same network. Lack of basic HTTPS encryption essentially means that anyone can extract Tinder pictures and other data such as user swipes. The Tel Aviv-based security research firm said that Tinder’s …

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may not feature under-display fingerprint sensor

There’s a lot of hype around Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and while there have been rumors that the upcoming flagship from the South Korean electronics giant could feature an under-display fingerprint sensor, a new note by KGI says otherwise. Over the last few weeks, a possible under-display fingerprint sensor in Galaxy Note 9 has become a much talked about point on the internet but a new report by KGI Securities has dampened the spirits of many. The report notes that Samsung may not include the under-display fingerprint scanner despite all the rage during the Mobile World Congress and Consumer Electronics Show this …

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