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File photo: A customer views the new iPhone 7 smartphone inside an Apple Inc. store in Los Angeles, California, U.S., September 16, 2016. (REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson)

Just when you thought the iPhone 8 was going to boast a truly revolutionary design, along comes a leak that potentially throws cold water on those ambitions. It might not even be called the iPhone 8 at all.

A new report citing a source “with intimate knowledge of Apple's manufacturing facility,” claims Apple's tenth anniversary flagship won't live up to previous iPhone 8 rumors .

The information comes from iDrop News , which says that it spoke privately to a Foxconn employee. The biggest surprise is that the report claims that the iPhone 8 will sport a fingerprint sensor on the back, similar to the Galaxy S8 .

This treatment flies in the face of previous reports that say that the iPhone 8 will integrate the Touch ID sensor into the front of the display. Samsung reportedly tried to do something similar w..

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Home MobilesMobiles News Gadgets 360 Staff, 31 March 2017 Highlights This limited edition is not as limited as the last limited edition
It will be available via three retail channels in India
Price remains the same as regular 128GB storage variant The OnePlus 3T Midnight Black colour variant is set to go on sale in India on Friday. Available only in a 128GB storage variant, the OnePlus 3T Midnight Black price is Rs. 34,999. Notably, the colour variant is a limited edition model, and thus will only be available till stocks last.
So when exactly will the OnePlus 3T Midnight Black go on sale? It will be become available via Amazon.in, OnePlusStore.in, and the OnePlus Experience Store in Bengaluru from 2pm IST. The smartphone had gone up for pre-orders via Amazon.in on 23 March.
The new OnePlus 3T Midnight Black is the second limited edition handset to be unveiled by the Chinese company, the first being the OnePlus 3T Black Colette Limited Edition – of which only 250 units were made available worldwide.
OnePlus revealed that it had been working on an all-black smartphone for “close to a year”. It said that it experimented with over 30 variations on the theme, but was not able to get “premium deep black coat” it was aiming to deliver.
“This limited edition of the OnePlus 3T is hewed out of the same space-grade aluminium that lent the original OnePlus 3 and 3T devices their class and durability. A dark coating of just 14 microns in thickness is meticulously applied to the surface of the phone, imbuing the device with a stunning black colour built to last, while retaining the look and feel of naked metal,” the company said.
On its India site, the company warns users that despite it being “confident” it had created a “superior coating process” for the OnePlus 3T Midnight Black Limited Edition, there are still chances of micro-abrasions that may result from “regular use without a protective case.”
The OnePlus 3T (Review) was launched back in November last year, and was a minor upgrade over the OnePlus 3. The only differences between the OnePlus 3T and OnePlus 3 are a faster SoC, increased storage, an improved front camera, and a larger battery. The OnePlus 3T sports a faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 SoC compared to the Snapdragon 820 SoC on the original.
OnePlus 3TRs.29,999REVIEWKEY SPECSNEWSDesignDisplaySoftwarePerformanceBattery lifeCameraValue for moneyGoodSolid system and app performance Very good battery lifeCompetent set of camerasPremium build qualityGood value BadNo FM radioTouch latency issue can be annoying Read detailed OnePlus 3T reviewDisplay5.50-inchProcessor1.6GHz quad-coreFront Camera16-megapixelResolution1080x1920 pixelsRAM6GBOSAndroid 6.0.1Storage64GBRear Camera16-megapixelBattery Capacity3400mAhOnePlus 3T Midnight Black Limited Edition Goes on Sale in India Today
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Home MobilesMobiles News Agence France-Presse, 31 March 2017 President Donald Trump has a new phone. An iPhone.
That would not ordinarily be news, but given the security concerns about the risk of hack attacks on the prolific White House tweeter, the shift is significant.
Cyber-security specialists say Trump's decision to transition from his Android device – details of which were never disclosed but which was believed to be an unsecured, older-model Samsung – is positive for security, but doesn't eliminate risks from hackers.
“I can guarantee the Russians and Chinese will try to figure out an attack,” said John Dickson, a former air force cyber-security officer who now works for the Texas-based Denim Group consulting firm.
White House social media chief Dan Scavino confirmed the smartphone shift this week, tweeting that Trump “has been using his new iPhone for the past couple of weeks here on Twitter. Yes, it is #POTUS45 reading & tweeting!”
Dickson said security will depend on how the president is using the device – whether it is exclusively for tweeting – and if it is plugged into an enterprise management system that can “wall off” vulnerabilities.
“If it's a single-purpose device, the risk is minimal,” he said. “But as soon as you start clicking on things, downloading apps, granting access, that's when things matter tremendously.”
Mobile devices can be hacked to allow an attacker to listen via the phone's microphone, access its camera, monitor geolocation or even take over the handset remotely.
Former president Barack Obama carried a BlackBerry, and later a different smartphone, with security modifications that limited its functions.
Trump's switch comes despite his call for a boycott a year ago of the iPhone maker for refusing FBI requests to help hack a device for a probe into a deadly California attack.
More secure?
Some analysts say Apple devices may offer more security because the company controls the hardware and software and frequently updates its operating system. Apple did not respond to an AFP query on Trump's decision.
Betsy Cooper, executive director of the University of California's Center for Long-Term Cyber-Security said that despite Apple's reputation, recent research has shown “that both iPhones and Android can be abused by hackers.”
Cooper said it remains unclear how the president's social media is managed — what devices are used and who has access to his personal @realDonaldTrump and official @POTUS handles on Twitter.
From a security standpoint, “it would be better to eliminate the personal accounts and use only government devices and government-protected social media accounts,” Cooper said.
Concerns of hacking come following Trump's unverified allegation that his phones were tapped during last year's election campaign, and after leaked documents from former contractor Edward Snowden showed US tapping of German leader Angela Merkel's personal phone.
Some phones are marketed as “hardened” or secure devices for people in power, but it wasn't clear if these are used at the White House.
Phone as 'honeypot'?
Nicholas Weaver, a researcher at the California-based International Computer Science Institute, said Trump's phone swap “massively reduces, but does not completely eliminate, the security risks.”
But while he agreed foreign governments are likely to try to hack the phone, Weaver said US intelligence services may have modified it to be “a nice honeypot to trap attempted attacks.”
A honeypot is a technique used to lure hackers and attackers to identify them and find ways to neutralize or punish them.
Weaver said in a blog post earlier this year that Trump's use of an older Android device opened massive security risks and that “the working assumption should be that Trump's phone is compromised by at least one – probably multiple – hostile foreign intelligence services.”
At the time, it was not clear what type of handset Trump was using, but a New York Times report after the inauguration said he was using “his old, unsecured Android phone.”
Last month, Representative Ted Lieu of California called for an investigation, saying Trump's phone use may be “jeopardizing national security.”
Dickson said that even with strong security, the president could fall victim to an attack if he uses his phone for email and web browsing.
This could be in the form of “spearphishing,” or a message disguised to look as if it's from a trusted aide or family member, but which contains malware.
“This is what sophisticated attackers do,” Dickson said, and because the president's activities are widely known, “he would be an easier target for spearphishing.”
Twitter Stops Counting @Usernames in Replies, Eases 140-Character Limit OnePlus 3T Midnight Black Limited Edition Goes on Sale in India Today

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Home Social networkingSocial networking News Agence France-Presse, 31 March 2017 Highlights Twitter started easing 140-character limit last year
Now @usernames would not count in the limit
All the @usernames will appear inline instead of text Twitter on Thursday began rolling out changes to let people pack more into tweets, subtracting from the character count names of those being replied to in posts.
The latest software modification at the one-to-many messaging service comes about a year after Twitter set out to relax a 140-character limit set due to mobile phone text messaging constraints in place when Twitter launched in 2006.
Twitter first announced plans to relax the limit a year ago, as part of an effort to bring in more members and make the platform easier to use.
“Remember how we told you we were working on ways to let you to express more with 140 characters?” Twitter product manager Sasank Reddy said in an online post.
“Now, when you reply to someone or a group, those @usernames won't count toward your tweet's 140 characters.”
Providing more room in tweets is seen as a way to encourage more use and sharing of pictures, videos and links.
The move is part of a push by Twitter to increase its user base and engagement, which have sputtered to the chagrin of investors.
“Our work isn't finished,” Reddy said.
“We'll continue to think about how we can improve conversations and make Twitter easier to use.”
Twitter faces competition from Facebook and Instagram, and a trend of people opting to share content in video or picture formats instead of text.
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Call 911 if you want help.

Call 911 a hundred thousand times simultaneously from iPhones around the country if you want to jam up the 911 system.

Until recently, a design in the iPhone operating system allowed for just that kind of attack. But no more, thanks to an update in the latest iOS, version 10.3.

The Wall Street Journal reports that malicious code allegedly created by a nefarious Arizona teen and shared widely on Twitter forced iPhones to dial 911 over and over again — essentially DDoSing emergency call centers around the country.

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The code took advantage of an iPhone feature that allowed people to start a phone call immediately after tapping on a phone number. This feature, apparently, was all the code needed.

This was not an academic fear. The paper reports that “operators in at least a dozen states across the U.S” were hit as a result of this hack, meaning that people trying to report legitimate emergencies had..

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Apple iPhone 8

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Apple may serve up a modest mid-cycle refresh in March, leaving the radical redesign for the 10th anniversary edition expected in September 2017. Here's what we know so far.

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Home 360daily360daily Features Gadgets 360 Staff, 30 March 2017 Highlights Reliance Jio Prime subscriptions said to cross 50 million
Samsung Galaxy S8 first smartphone with Bluetooth 5.0, Gigabit speeds
1Gbps wired broadband service launched in Hyderabad Over 50 million Reliance Jio customers have signed up for the Jio Prime membership plan, according to a source who wishes to remain anonymous. The Jio Prime membership drive ends on March 31, and the plan – which provide extra data and all the services in the Jio Happy New Year Offer for another year – comes into effect on April 1. The 50 million figure represents half of the 100 million users the company had announced in late February. An official announcement on the matter may be made soon.
Here's a look at what else made news in the technology sphere today:
Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ first smartphones with Bluetooth 5.0, Gigabit Internet
The long-awaited Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ have launched finally, bringing with them a host of new features in tow. While many of these were had been leaked long before the two Samsung flagships became official, there are a few that the company managed to keep a lid on.
For example, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are the first smartphones in the world to feature Bluetooth 5.0 (twice as fast as v4.1, four times more range, and can push audio to two wireless devices simultaneously) and Gigabit LTE speeds (up to 1Gbps or 1,000Mbps). Other noteworthy Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ new features include the almost bezel-less Infinity Display, all-new user interface, Snapdragon 835 processor, Dual Pixel camera, Bixby digital assistant, and support for Windows apps via Samsung DeX desktop dock.
1Gbps broadband service launched in Hyderabad, costs Rs. 5,999
ACT Fibernet – India’s third-largest non-telco ISP – has launched a wired broadband service with speeds up to 1Gbps in Hyderabad. The company has priced the ultra-high speed broadband service at Rs. 5,999 per month, and has set the monthly FUP at 1TB. The ISP is targeting startups, retail outlets, and Internet companies with this service, and plans to launch it in 10 more cities soon. With this Internet speed, users will be able to download a full movie within seconds, and the company claims the service will disrupt and lead technological growth in the country.
Oppo says it has fired Chinese employee who tore Indian flag
Oppo has said that the employee who allegedly tore an Indian flag and threw it into a dustbin has been fired. The act by the Oppo employee – a production manager of Chinese nationality – had led to protests at the company’s Noida office. In a statement, the company said it found in its investigation that the employee “discarded the Indian flag,” and said it has zero tolerance for such actions, terminated his employment, and is working closely with the authorities on the matter.
Samsung Galaxy S8 initial stock twice that of Galaxy S7’s
Samsung Mobile CEO DJ Koh has confirmed that the company’s initial stock for Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ is twice that of the Galaxy S7 series’. The announcement was made on the back of rumours that Samsung will face difficulty in meeting demand for the new smartphones due to short supply of the new Snapdragon 835 chipset. The company also revealed that the Galaxy S8 battery will degrade slower than those of last year’s model. It clarified that the new smartphone’s battery will maintain 95 percent efficiency over a year, while the Galaxy S7 series lost 80 percent during the same time.
iPhone 8 leak suggests design similar to Samsung Galaxy S8’s
On the backdrop of the Galaxy S8 launch, a new iPhone 8 leak suggests that the upcoming model will have a design similar to that of the new Samsung flagship. The iPhone 8 or iPhone Edition mockup image indicates that the smartphone will feature a similar near bezel-less front panel and fingerprint scanner at the back, with the Home button done away with.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos becomes world’s second-richest person
Amazon founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos’s net worth has risen to $75.6 billion, making him the second-richest person in the world. Bezos’s net worth increased $1.5 billion after Amazon shares rose $18.32 on the back of the acquisition of Souq.com. He is ahead of Warren Buffet by $700 million and Zara’s Amancio Ortega by $1.3 billion. The richest person in the world remains Bill Gates, with net worth of $86 billion.
iPhone assembly in India to begin in less than a month, says Karnataka IT Minister
Apple will start assembling iPhones in India within a month, says Karnataka IT Minister Priyank Kharge. Contract manufacturer Wistron may assemble the iPhones at its plant near Bengaluru, he said, and added that assembling in India will help Apple lower prices of iPhones. The Cupertino, California-based company has sought tax concessions from the Indian government to manufacture its devices locally, but most of its demands have been rejected.
Microsoft testing Ruuh AI chatbot meant for Indian market
Microsoft is currently testing its new AI chatbot named 'Ruuh' that is specifically meant for users in India but is available in English language only. Defined as a ‘desi’ AI chatbot, Ruuh never stops talking and is meant for entertainment purposes only. Microsoft has further confirmed that it will make this chatbot available to wider audiences going ahead. It likes “Chatting, Bollywood, Music, Humour, Travel & Browsing Internet,” as per its description by Microsoft.
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Home MobilesMobiles Features Associated Press, 30 March 2017 Samsung seems to be playing it safe – at least with its battery – as it unveils its first major smartphone since the embarrassing recall of its fire-prone Galaxy Note 7.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 will come in two sizes, both bigger than comparable models from last year. To maximize display space, there's no more physical home button. The Samsung Galaxy S8 also sports a voice assistant intended to rival Siri and Google Assistant.
But battery capacity isn't increasing, despite the larger sizes, meaning more breathing room for the battery. Samsung had pushed the engineering envelope with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery, which contributed to spontaneous combustions. That recall cost Samsung at least $5.3 billion. Though many customers remain loyal, any further misstep could prove fatal.
The phone, announced Wednesday in New York, will come out April 21. The standard-size Samsung Galaxy S8 will cost about $750 and the larger Samsung Galaxy S8+ about $850 – both about $100 more than comparable iPhones and rival Android phones.
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“That's a big bet that its phones will justify a higher price, whereas it could have used these new phones as a way to drive higher sales after a couple of years of stagnation,” said Jan Dawson, an analyst with Jackdaw Research.

About that battery
Samsung has blamed the Galaxy Note 7 fires on multiple design and manufacturing defects in its batteries. Inspectors concluded some of the batteries were too small for their capacity, putting pressure on the internal structure.
Samsung Says Galaxy S8 Battery Degrades Less Quickly Than the Galaxy S7's
The company says phones will now go through multiple inspections, including X-rays and stress tests at extreme temperatures. And Samsung no longer is trying to squeeze a lot of battery power in a small space. The Samsung Galaxy S8+ model, for instance, has 3 percent less battery power than the Galaxy S7 Edge, but the phone itself is 12 percent larger.
Samsung says software and chip improvements mean the new phones will still last all day.
Bigger, taller screens
The Galaxy S8 phone's display measures 5.8 inches diagonally, compared with 5.1 inches on the Galaxy S7. The Samsung Galaxy S8+ will be 6.2 inches, compared with Galaxy S7 Edge's 5.5 inches and the Galaxy Note 7's 5.7 inches. Samsung is getting rid of the “Edge” distinction and bringing curved sides to all Galaxy S8 phones.
Samsung has also made it easier to look at apps without scrolling as much. It enlarged the screen by minimizing the frame, or bezel, surrounding the display; gone is a horizontal strip with the home button at the bottom. Instead, Samsung is embedding a virtual home button in the display and moving the fingerprint sensor to the back. In addition, both S8 models are taller than their predecessors, but widths are roughly the same. That makes them easy to hold in one hand.

Voice assistant
Samsung claims its new voice assistant, Bixby, will do much more than rivals from Apple, Google, Microsoft and Amazon. For one thing, Samsung says Bixby will be able to handle any smartphone task currently managed by touch. When viewing a photo, just say “send this to Bob” to pull up messaging options and contact information for the Bobs you know. Bixby will also offer information on books, wine and other products scanned with the phone's camera.
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But there's a major caveat: Bixby will work only with selected Samsung apps, including the photo gallery and messages, along with Google Play Music. Not all touch commands will have voice counterparts right away. Other apps will be able to adopt Bixby, but Samsung has had a mixed track record in getting other companies to support its home-brewed functions, such as an “Air View” feature for showing pop-up previews of content. Never seen it? Exactly.
“I think the brand will struggle to compete in the longer term with the broader digital ecosystems from Google, Amazon or Apple,” Forrester analyst Thomas Husson said.
Other features
The front camera is getting a boost to 8-megapixel, from 5-megapixel, while the rear one stays at 12-megapixel.
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As with previous models, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is water and dust resistant and features a memory card slot to supplement 64 gigabytes of built-in storage, which is higher than the base models of most rivals. The Samsung Galaxy S8 will get an iris scanner to let people unlock the phone by looking at it ; the feature was new in the ditched Note 7 phone.
Samsung will include premium earbuds from AKG, a brand it acquired when it bought Harman International.

Beyond the Galaxy S8
Samsung's virtual-reality camera, Gear 360, will now accommodate a higher resolution, known as 4K, and work with iPhones, not just Samsung phones.
An optional docking station called DeX will turn the S8 phone into a desktop computer when connected to a regular TV. In that mode, people will be able to resize windows and work with several apps at once. It's similar to what Microsoft offers on its Windows 10 phones. Samsung also unveiled a router that doubles as a hub for internet-connected appliances and lights.
Samsung said its previously announced Gear VR headset upgrade, which will now include a hand-held controller, will go on sale in April for about $130. Existing owners can buy just the controller for about $40. The company hasn't announced prices and release dates for the other accessories.
In this week's episode of Orbital, we talk about whether the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ can be the smash hits Samsung needs. You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or RSS, or just hit the play button below.
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Home MobilesMobiles News Shekhar Thakran, 30 March 2017 Highlights Users can swipe up or down to reach the app drawer at home screen
Order of capacitive buttons can be rearranged by users
Home button works even when it is not visible to the user Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ were launched on Wednesday and interesting bits of information regarding the devices have started coming out. The app drawer launcher on the smartphones reportedly works similarly to Pixel Launcher but works with an upward or downward swipe motion on any part of the screen. Further, the order of the navigation buttons on the smartphones can be changed for those who prefer it differently.
The app drawer on Galaxy S8 can be accessed simply by swiping up or down on home screen unless you are pressing where any icons are present and users can also choose to add an icon for the app drawer from settings as well, 9to5Google reports.
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Coming to the capacitive navigation buttons on the smartphone, they have the standard Samsung layout in the order of Recents, Home, and Back from left-to-right. However, as many users would like to do, you can change the layout to Back, Home, and Recents, simply by heading to 'Settings > Display > Navigation Bar' and choosing the order, as per a report by Android Police.
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As Samsung did away with a physical home button on the devices to achieve the near bezel-less design, the smartphones feature an always-active home button, present on the pressure sensitive part of the display, which allows users to get access to the homescreen, as pointed out in the AP report.
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This home button reportedly works even when the button is not visible and the devices are in full screen mode more certain apps. The pressure-sensitive home button can always be used with a hard press and can be used to wake up the device when screen is off, as per the report. Users can also choose to adjust the pressure sensitivity of this home button as per their liking as well, AP points out.
In this week's episode of Orbital, we talk about whether the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ can be the smash hits Samsung needs. You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or RSS, or just hit the play button below.
Samsung Galaxy S8KEY SPECSNEWSDisplay5.80-inchProcessor1.9GHz octa-coreFront Camera8-megapixelResolution1440x2960 pixelsRAM4GBOSAndroid 7.0Storage64GBRear Camera12-megapixelBattery Capacity3000mAhSamsung Galaxy S8 Aims to Dispel the Galaxy Note 7 Debacle
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