Home AppsApps News Indo-Asian News Service, 28 September 2017 Highlights Microsoft announced it would join the Open Source Initiative (OSI)
Microsoft joins the likes of Google, IGM, HPE and GitHub
Microsoft has increasingly participated in open source projects After years of increasing involvement and engagement in open source software projects and communities, Microsoft on Thursday announced it would formally join the Open Source Initiative (OSI) as a Premium Sponsor.
Launched in 1998, the OSI is a global non-profit dedicated to promoting and protecting open source software through education, collaboration and infrastructure.
Microsoft joins the likes of Google, IGM, HPE and GitHub as top sponsors of the OSI. Other sponsors are RedHat, The Linux Foundation, Mozilla and HP.
“This is a significant milestone for the OSI and the open source software movement more broadly,” Patrick Masson, OSI General Manager and Board Director, said in a statement.
For many in the open source software community, it was Microsoft's release of .NET in 2014 under an open source license that may fave first caught their attention.
Microsoft has increasingly participated in open source projects and communities as users, contributors, and creators, and has released even more open source products like Visual Studio Code and Typescript.
“As Microsoft engages with open source communities more broadly and deeply, we are excited to support the Open Source Initiative's efforts,” added Jeff McAffer, Director of Microsoft's Open Source Programme's Office.
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Google Says Enabling Regional Languages Will Boost India's Digital Economy Ransomware Top Threat in 2017 Cybercrime 'Epidemic': Europol

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Home InternetInternet News Indo-Asian News Service, 28 September 2017 Photo Credit: @exploreimc/ Twitter
Highlights Regional languages will soar India's digital economy to about $1 trillion
There are 400 million Internet users in India, says Google India
Google recently launched UPI-enabled Tez app in India Building more digital content in regional languages will give a major boost to India's bid to become a $1 trillion (roughly Rs. 65,77,989 crores) digital economy, Google India said in New Delhi on Wednesday.
“If we do not allow Internet to build local language elements, I think the story could go completely haywire. There are 400 million Internet users in India and out of those, 234 million are local language users. The number is expected to go to 536 million by 2021,” Chetan Krishnaswamy, Country Head, Public Policy, Google, told reporters on the sidelines of the 'Indian Mobile Congress (IMC) 2017' in New Delhi.
“The industry needs to focus on this aspect and ensure that content in local languages becomes a reality, and the technology and products are optimised to ensure that Internet becomes inclusive. The idea is that it doesn't only remain for the English-speaking elite,” Krishnaswamy added.
Google has been upbeat about India's digital economy.
Earlier this month, the company launched Tez – its standalone digital payments app that can be downloaded on Android and iOS devices.
The app was built for India, working on the vast majority of the country's smartphones and is available in English and seven Indian languages (Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu).
“Our belief is that by 2025, the digital economy would be able to hit $750 billion-1 trillion mark. It is not unattainable. Currently, the digital economy contributes to seven per cent of the GDP and by 2025, it should be around 17 percent of the GDP,” Krishnaswamy said.
According to a recent report from Google and KPMG India, Indian language users have overtaken English language on the Internet in the country.
Tamil, Hindi, Kannada, Bengali and Marathi speaking users have the highest adoption online services, followed by Telugu, Gujarati and Malayalam.
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Microsoft Surface Pro With LTE Connectivity Launch Set for December 1: Report Microsoft Becomes Premium Sponsor of Open Source Initiative

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Home TabletsTablets News Ketan Pratap, 28 September 2017 Highlights Surface Pro LTE version tipped to launch next month
It is said to go on sale from December 1
It is likely to come in only Core i5 version A new report claims that Microsoft will be launching a new Surface Pro variant with LTE connectivity later this year. Neowin reports that the company in one of its sessions, called 'Surface product engineering behind the scenes, and deep dive on the new Surface Pro' at the side-lines of Ignite 2017 conference, confirmed the news.
The report adds that a company spokesperson revealed that the Surface Pro with LTE connectivity will be made available starting December 1. The report cites the spokesperson who also claimed that the new LTE version is already on the company's product page though it doesn't seem to be listed as of now.
The report further corroborates an earlier report that the new Surface Pro with LTE may be announced next month at the company's Future Decoded Event where Surface product lead Panos Panay will be taking centre stage to unveil Microsoft's next big offering. The device, however, isn't expected to be made available before December this year.
The report further claims that the Surface Pro will come in Core i5 variant only, and will feature 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. It adds that there will be another configuration with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage as well as Intel's HD Graphics 620.
To recall, Microsoft launched the all-new Surface Pro 2-in-1 at an event in Shanghai calling it the company's “most versatile laptop.” It was priced starting at $799 (roughly Rs. 52,000).
In separate news, Xbox has announced a custom Xbox One S console modelled after Paul Walker, who died in a car crash back in 2013. The console has been designed mimicking Walker's first car from The Fast and the Furious movie.
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Nokia 3310 3G Variant Launched: Price, Specifications Google Says Enabling Regional Languages Will Boost India's Digital Economy

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Home MobilesMobiles News Ketan Pratap, 28 September 2017 Highlights Nokia 3310 launched in 3G version
It has been launched in Australia
Likely to launch in more markets HMD Global, the custodians of the legendary Nokia brand, has finally launched a new variant of the Nokia 3310 with much-awaited feature – 3G connectivity. The all-new Nokia 3310 3G has been launched for the Australian market, and is likely to be made available in more markets.
The Nokia 3310 3G was announced by HMD Chief Marketing Officer Pekka Rantala, who claimed that the company managed to sell “millions” units of the refreshed version of the Nokia 3310 across different markets. The Nokia 3310 3G will be going on sale in Australia starting October 16 for AUD 89.95 (roughly Rs. 4,600), and will be available via Optus and Vodafone mobile carriers. It will retail for a global average price of EUR 69 (roughly Rs. 5,320) with roll out from mid-October, though it is not yet clear which markets it would be heading to first.
Addition of 3G connectivity means that users of the 'dumbphone' will be now able to access faster mobile data speeds. Apart from the 3G connectivity, the new Nokia 3310 3G also comes with new customisation options for rearranging icons and choosing colour themes. The company is marketing it as all-new customisable retro UI.
The new Nokia 3310, much like its original sibling, features a massive standby time of up to a month, a highlight of the device. The new Nokia 3310 also includes the regular Micro-USB port and ditches the pin charger. It features Bluetooth 2.1 for pairing with speakers and other phones. The phone also features classic Snake game which has been optimised for the new colour screen.
For specifications, the Nokia 3310 3G sports a 2.4-inch QVGA (240×320 pixels) colour display. It runs on 'Feature OS powered by Java', as per the company's site, and comes with 64MB storage and supports expandable storage via microSD card (up to 32GB). On the back is a 2-megapixel camera with LED flash; the feature phone also offers FM radio. Nokia 3310 3G packs a removable 1200mAh battery that is claimed to offer 24 days of standby time for dual-SIM variant. It will be available in Azure, Charcoal, Warm Red, and Yellow colours. It measures 117×52.4×13.3mm and weighs roughly 88 grams for dual-SIM version.
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Lava Z60 With Android 7.0 Nougat and 'Bokeh Mode' Launched in India: Price, Specifications Microsoft Surface Pro LTE Variant Release Date Set for December 1: Report

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Home MobilesMobiles News Shekhar Thakran, 28 September 2017 Highlights The handset will be available in Gold and Black colours
Lava Z60 sports a 5-inch FWVGA display
It packs 1GB of RAM Lava on Thursday launched its new budget smartphone, called the Z60, in India at a price of Rs. 6,499. While the handset falls in the affordable price segment, it runs Android 7.0 Nougat and comes with a 'Bokeh Mode', which is achieved through the smartphone's software rather than a dual camera setup. Lava Z60 has been launched by the company in Gold and Black colours.
Directly jumping into the specifications, the dual-SIM Lava Z60 runs the company's own Star OS 4.1 UI based on Android 7.0 Nougat and sports a 5-inch FWVGA (480×854 pixels) display with a pixel density of 196ppi. It is powered by a quad-core processor clocked at 1.1GHz coupled with 1GB RAM. In terms of optics, the Lava Z60 comes with a 5-megapixel rear camera with flash support and a 5-megapixel camera at front, also with flash support.
As mentioned earlier, the company says that it is offering 'Bokeh Mode' feature with the smartphone, which allows users to blur the background to make their images look better. Notably, the smartphone users will be able to use this feature with images clicked through both front and rear cameras on the Lava Z60.
The new smartphone from Lava comes with 16GB of built-in storage. The connectivity options offered by Lava Z60 include 4G VoLTE connectivity, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The handset houses a 2500mAh battery, measures 143.6×72.3×9.1mm, and weighs 149 grams.
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Home MobilesMobiles News Hayley Tsukayama, The Washington Post, 28 September 2017 Highlights There have been worries about how much to trust Face ID
The company's first public demo of Face ID didn't go that smoothly
The information collected by Face ID won't leave your device Apple released more details about the iPhone X's Face ID feature when it published a new privacy site Wednesday, addressing some of the concerns that people have had since the face-scanning feature was announced.
When Apple unveiled the feature, which can unlock phones and be used for payments, it spurred not only a thousand alarming think pieces, but also a letter from Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., asking how the company will protect the data. There have also been worries about how much to trust Face ID. The company's first public demo of Face ID didn't go that smoothly, after all – at one point, the demonstrator had to skip the face scan and enter his password instead.
The most telling answers on Face ID come from a white paper the company's posted on its security.
The information collected by Face ID won't leave your device, the company reiterates on the site. Apple also lays out exactly what it's storing: infrared images of your face captured when you first start Face ID, the mathematical representations of your face it calculates during that enrolment and whatever other images the phone deems necessary to account for changes to your face (a beard growing over time, for example). Images are also cropped close to your face to avoid grabbing any background information.
There are also several instances when Face ID won't work. These include when:
The device has just been turned on or restarted. The device hasn't been unlocked for more than 48 hours. The passcode hasn't been used to unlock the device in the past 156 hours (6.5 days) and Face ID has not unlocked the device in the past four hours. The device has received a remote lock command. There have been five unsuccessful attempts to match a face. (Note: This is what happened onstage to Apple's head of software, Craig Federighi, when he demonstrated the feature for the first time in public after others handled the demo phone.) You power off or initiate the Emergency SOS by pressing and holding either volume button and the side button simultaneously for two seconds.This last tip, at least in part, addresses concerns that people will not be able to stop others from using Face ID to open an individual's phone without consent. And by activating the Emergency SOS, you'll also be dialing an emergency number and disabling the Touch ID and Face ID features.
That should help users worried about being asked to open their phones under duress, such as while being mugged. That is, if they have the time to activate it when needed.
Apple's new privacy site is a comprehensive website and more reader-friendly than any other tech giant's privacy center. Still, it's a lot of reading and a reminder of all the information we're entrusting to Apple and its philosophies on data protection.
Overall, what really may be most useful for people looking at this site is the articulation from Apple about how it views privacy as they push further into personal wearable devices and home hubs. The fact that it's made this knowledge center at all shows that it will continue to try to provide more personalized services with a privacy bent.
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Home Social networkingSocial networking News Reuters, 28 September 2017 Facebook said on Wednesday its efforts to fight fake news during Germany's national elections included taking down tens of thousands of fake profiles in the final month of the campaign.
Richard Allan, Facebook's vice president of public policy for Europe, Middle East Africa, said the Silicon Valley-based company mounted an array of efforts to ensure the social media network was not used as a platform to manipulate public opinion.
“These actions did not eliminate misinformation entirely in this election – but they did make it harder to spread, and less likely to appear in people's News Feeds,” the Facebook executive said in a statement. News feed is the central feature in user profiles whereby they can see updates from people they follow.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union secured victory in Sunday's balloting with fewer votes than expected, forcing her to enter complicated coalition talks with various parties to form a new government.
The company said it made a stronger push to remove fake accounts when it observed suspicious activity following widely reported foreign interference in the French and US presidential elections over the past year.
Besides seeking to encourage civic participation and voter education efforts, it also worked closely with authorities, including the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), to monitor security threats during the campaign.
“Studies concluded that the level of false news was low,” concluded Allan, a former British member of parliament who, in addition to his work for Facebook, has been a member of the House of Lords since 2010.
A variety of German political experts and social media watchers had given the campaign largely a clean bill of health in terms of any wide-scale efforts to swing votes in the run-up to voting day.
© Thomson Reuters 2017
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Amazon Echo Plus, Revamped Echo, Echo Spot, Echo Button, Echo Connect, and New Fire TV Unveiled iPhone X Face ID Security Details Revealed on New Apple Page Addressing Privacy Concerns

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Home TvTv News Hayley Tsukayama, The Washington Post, 28 September 2017 Highlights Amazon just unveiled three new Echo devices – Spot, Plus, Connect
The Amazon Echo, Fire TV have also been refreshed
Amazon also announced Alexa integration in BMW car environment Amazon really wants us all to be talking to its smart assistant, Alexa. The company announced a half-dozen new products that make clear that the tech giant wants you to be talking to its assistant at every point in your day, in every room of your house, no matter who you are.
The company introduced four completely new products to its smart-speaker category: the high-end Echo Plus that doubles as a smarter home hub; the Echo Spot which is a smart alarm clock with a video screen; a set of button accessories aimed at making the Echo more of an entertainment device; and the Echo Connect – a $35 (roughly Rs. 2,300) speakerphone box that plugs into the traditional landline connection and uses your home phone number.
Amazon also revealed updates to the Echo, which hasn't seen an upgrade since its 2014 launch, and decreased the size of the Fire TV so that it's no longer its own set-top box. Though it still offers 4K streaming, it now plugs entirely into the back of a TV. BMW also announced it will put Alexa-friendly microphones and the voice assistant in select BMW and Mini models in 2018.

The aggressive push to make Alexa as ubiquitous as possible may substantially raise expectations for others in the space, such as Google and Apple – which has yet to even launch its dedicated smart home speaker, the HomePod.
(Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos is the owner of The Washington Post.)
Amazon's senior vice president of devices Dave Limp said that the company dedicates 5,000 people to Alexa and Echo alone to help with this efforts – a huge effort, given that reports place its competitors' teams at dozens or hundreds of employees. Limp said, however, that Amazon saw demand for development with Alexa from all stripes – products, services and hardware. That focus may explain how Amazon has been able to tackle one of the biggest obstacles facing the smart home: how difficult it is to set up.
The complexity of setting up a smart home – downloading apps, figuring out which devices work with which services, even naming each individual bulb – has proven a major hurdle to smart appliance adoption even as companies aggressively pursue the space.
But Limp showed off how Alexa – using the $149 (roughly Rs. 9,800) Echo Plus – can now make smart home set-up as easy as, well, screwing in a light bulb. Shortly after twisting the bulb into the socket, the Echo Plus picked it up in a scan for smart devices in the room, named it and was able to control it within 15 seconds.
Every version of the higher-end Echo will also ship with its own Philips Hue lightbulb, as a very transparent push to get more people to try out the smart home for themselves.
Adding the Echo Plus puts Amazon's speakers, price-wise, on either side of Google's $130 Home.
Amazon showed off the Echo Spot which could work for those more comfortable with the idea of smart home technology. About the size of a compact clock radio, the Spot features a video screen that can play video, display a watch face and be used for video calls. The $130 (roughly Rs. 8,500) Spot is essentially a more compact riff on the Echo Show, the video-enabled Echo that debuted earlier this year.
Amazon's also making a new push to style the Echo as a more active entertainment device. Echo Buttons, which would look at home on any game show set, connect to an Echo device via Bluetooth; the firm showed off a trivia game demo, where players buzzed in when they knew the answer. Toy giant Hasbro will make a version of Trivial Pursuit that uses the buttons, Limp said.
The traditional Echo saw a price drop, to $99 (roughly Rs. 6,520), and a redesign that makes it more compact, a little shorter and a little squatter. A new “routines” features allows Echo to trigger multiple actions – turning on lights, opening the blinds, starting the coffee maker – from a single phrase such as “Alexa, good morning.” Both the Echo and Echo Plus will get free outbound calls to any number in the US, Canada and Mexico, pulling contacts from your smartphone.
The forceful push on hardware – at relatively low prices – dovetails exactly with Amazon's hardware strategy in the past, analysts said.
“For Amazon, hardware is a means to drive more consumption be it media or washing powder,” said Geoff Blaber of CCS Insight in a note following the event. “Amazon has the momentum in the smart speaker and voice assistant space. It's clearly determined to maximize that advantage and use it to spearhead its move deeper into the home.”
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Responds to 'Anti-Trump' Tweet Facebook Says Deleted Many Fake Accounts in German Election Campaign

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Home Social networkingSocial networking News Agence France-Presse, 28 September 2017 Highlights Donald Trump accused Facebook of being “always anti-Trump”
Zuckerberg said the plaform is working to ensure free and fair elections
Morning Twitter tizzies have become a hallmark of Trump's presidency Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg fired back at US President Donald Trump on Wednesday after he accused the leading social network of being “always anti-Trump.”
Zuckerberg rejected the notion, countering that Facebook is working to ensure “free and fair elections” with an online platform that does not favor one side over another.
Zuckerberg's post at Facebook came after Trump accused the social network of bias in a morning tweet that read:
“Facebook was always anti-Trump.The Networks were always anti-Trump hence,Fake News, @nytimes(apologized) & @WaPo were anti-Trump. Collusion?”
Early morning Twitter tizzies have become a hallmark of Trump's presidency.
“Trump says Facebook is against him. Liberals say we helped Trump,” Zuckerberg said in his post.
“Both sides are upset about ideas and content they don't like. That's what running a platform for all ideas looks like.”
Facebook last week said that Russia-linked ads on the social network aimed at inflaming tensions around last year's US presidential election will be given to Congress.
The ads sought to sow discord among Americans on hot-button social issues.
News of the decision came with word that Facebook is cracking down on efforts to use the leading social network to meddle with elections in the US or elsewhere.
“After the election, I made a comment that I thought the idea misinformation on Facebook changed the outcome of the election was a crazy idea,” Zuckerberg said.
“Calling that crazy was dismissive and I regret it. This is too important an issue to be dismissive.”
He held firm that Facebook's biggest role in the election was as a platform for candidates and citizens to communicated directly with one another regarding issues.
The Senate Intelligence Committee has asked top tech companies Google, Facebook and Twitter to testify about Russian interference in US politics, a Senate aide confirmed Wednesday.
The three Internet and online social media giants are expected to appear on November 1 in an open hearing on the rising evidence that they were covertly manipulated in a campaign to help Donald Trump win the presidency.
A core question in the congressional investigation is the extent to which online social networks were manipulated by Russian interests to covertly influence the US election, according to Representative Adam Schiff, a Democrat and the ranking member of the House permanent select committee on intelligence.
Russia has denied meddling with the US election.
“We will do our part to defend against nation states attempting to spread misinformation and subvert elections,” Zuckerberg said.
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Google Shopping Unit to Be Separated, Treat Rivals Equally, in Line With EU Order Amazon Echo Plus, Revamped Echo, Echo Spot, Echo Button, Echo Connect, and New Fire TV Unveiled

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Home InternetInternet News Reuters, 28 September 2017 Highlights Google will treat its own shopping service the same as rivals
The EU slapped a record EUR 2.4 billion fine on Google in June
Google has until September 28 to halt this anti-competitive practice Google will treat its own shopping service the same as rivals when they bid for ads at the top of a search page, the company said on Wednesday, as it seeks to comply with an EU antitrust order and stave off fresh fines.
The European Commission slapped a record EUR 2.4 billion ($2.8 billion) fine on the world's most popular internet search engine in June and told the firm to stop favouring its shopping service.
Google, a unit of US firm Alphabet, has until September 28 to halt this anti-competitive practice or face a penalty up to 5 percent of its average daily worldwide turnover.
The company said competitors would be able to bid for ads in the shopping box via an auction, confirming a Reuters report on September 18.
“We're giving comparison shopping services the same opportunity to show shopping ads from merchants on Google's search results pages as we give to Google Shopping,” spokesman Al Verney said.
“Google Shopping will compete on equal terms and will operate as if it were a separate business, participating in the auction in the same way as everyone else,” he said. The changes will go into effect on Thursday and apply only in Europe.
The shopping service will operate as an independent unit, with one team working with competing sites and another with merchants, and subjected to regulatory monitoring.
The EU competition authority said it had hired auditor KPMG and marketing firm Mavens to help with the task.
“It would be premature at this stage for the Commission to take any definite positions on Google's plans. As (European Competition) Commissioner Vestager said, 'this issue will remain on our desks for some time',” Commission spokesman Ricardo Cardoso said.
Lobby group FairSearch, whose members include Google rivals such as British shopping comparison site Foundem and US travel site TripAdvisor , said it would keep a close eye on developments.
“We will be watching closely to see if this remedy ends the abuse so that consumers get the best prices and most relevant results, and competitors have an opportunity to innovate,” its lawyer Thomas Vinje said.
About a dozen rivals out of an estimated 200 to 300 comparison shopping services in Europe have already provided feeds to Google. Several have criticised the proposal for not addressing the regulatory concerns.
Deutsche Bank analysts estimate the European product listing ads (PLAs) business should generate between $4 billion to $5 billion in 2017, representing about 5 percent of the company's total ad revenue.
Analyst Lloyd Walmsley estimated that if Google was forced to make changes, it could lop 30 percent off of these revenues, or about 1-2 percent of Alphabet's total revenue.
Google is also under EU fire over its smartphone operating system Android, as well as its AdSense for Search platform.
© Thomson Reuters 2017
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