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Google Introduces “Circle to Search” Feature on Pixel 8 and Samsung Galaxy S24 Series

Thanks to Google, the Circle to Search function is now available on the Pixel 8, Pixel 8 Pro, and Samsung Galaxy S24 series. With this function, users

Thanks to Google, the Circle to Search function is now available on the Pixel 8, Pixel 8 Pro, and Samsung Galaxy S24 series. With this function, users may utilise gestures like circling, highlighting, sketching, or tapping to search on their phone from anywhere. The goal is to make Google Search more natural for consumers to interact with without interfering with their ongoing activities. Users may search for content linked to what they are seeing or discussing by, for instance, circling an object in a video or tapping on a phrase in a messaging app. The features quick and easy access to search capabilities will improve the user experience overall. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 22 days ago          

U.S. Identifies Chinese Tech Firms on Defense Department List Over Military Allegations

The Defence Department compiled a list of Chinese corporations that are purportedly collaborating with Beijings military, and the US has added more th

The Defence Department compiled a list of Chinese corporations that are purportedly collaborating with Beijings military, and the US has added more than a dozen of these companies to it. Companies including memory chip manufacturer YMTC, AI startup Megvii, lidar manufacturer Hesai Technology, and IT startup NetPosa are among those on the most recent list. While being included on the list does not result in immediate prohibitions, it can harm the standing of the listed businesses and alert American organisations to the dangers of doing business with them. This action is a component of US efforts to impose sanctions on Chinese businesses that are thought to fortify Beijings armed forces. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 22 days ago          

Argentinas President Javier Milei Taps Tinder to Connect with Big Tech

Renowned libertarian Argentine president Javier Milei is allegedly using Tinder to establish connections with worldwide Big Tech. Milei reported that

Renowned libertarian Argentine president Javier Milei is allegedly using Tinder to establish connections with worldwide Big Tech. Milei reported that he spoke with Sean Rad, the cofounder of Tinder, during a conference call, and they decided to bring other digital entrepreneurs to Buenos Aires for a tech summit. This project is a component of Mileis more significant endeavour to draw investment in several industries, such as mining, technology, and oil, to alleviate Argentinas economic difficulties. With a pledge to take unorthodox steps to get the nation out of a dire economic situation, Milei ran for president. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 22 days ago          

Indian Database Breach Personal Information of 750 Million Exposed

According to reports, a significant data breach has compromised the personal information of millions of people worldwide, affecting 85% of Indians and

According to reports, a significant data breach has compromised the personal information of millions of people worldwide, affecting 85% of Indians and making it the largestever breach of its sort. The Aadhaar card numbers, names, cellphone numbers, residences, and other personal information of 750 million Indians are compromised, according to research by the Indian cybersecurity company CloudSEK. Due to the exposure of individuals unique Aadhaar identifying numbers, the breached database—which is for sale on Telegram and Breach Forums—raises serious privacy and data security issues, especially for Indian users who may be at risk of identity theft, financial fraud, and cybercrime. The data is being sold by UNIT8200 and CyboDevil, two distinct cybercrime gangs, for $3,000. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 22 days ago          

TSMC Plans Second Chip Plant in Japans Kumamoto Prefecture

The largest contract chip manufacturer in the world, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. TSMC, is considering constructing a second facility in Kum

The largest contract chip manufacturer in the world, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. TSMC, is considering constructing a second facility in Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan. A formal announcement on the second factorys site is anticipated in February. To boost the prefectures economy in southwest Japan, TSMC plans to invest around 2 trillion yen, or $17.2 billion, in the new factory. On the other hand, possible problems, including traffic congestion and groundwater contamination, have drawn attention. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 22 days ago          

Cybersecurity Move U.S. Government Takes Action Against "Volt Typhoon"

"Volt Typhoon," a Chinese hacker outfit, purportedly had its networks interrupted by the U.S. government. The reported participation of this organisat

"Volt Typhoon," a Chinese hacker outfit, purportedly had its networks interrupted by the U.S. government. The reported participation of this organisation in efforts to breach essential infrastructure in the West, such as utilities, internet service providers, and naval ports, has alarmed intelligence authorities. There are worries that these hackers could be attempting to compromise American preparedness if China invades Taiwan. Volt Typhoons interruption is interpreted as reacting to the groups possible danger. The persistent cyber tensions between China and the United States are brought to light by this occurrence. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 22 days ago          

Germany Poised to Approve EUs AI Act Following Compromise

According to Volker Wissing, Germanys Digital Minister, a compromise has been found, and the country will accept the European Unions AI Act. To provid

According to Volker Wissing, Germanys Digital Minister, a compromise has been found, and the country will accept the European Unions AI Act. To provide a legal framework for the advancement of AI, the EU had already secured a tentative agreement on AI regulations in December. This compromise, which avoids unreasonable requirements and focuses on building reliable AI while improving for small and mediumsized firms, is deemed acceptable. Since AI is so important to many industries, the move is necessary for maintaining future competitiveness. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 22 days ago          

Saudi Railway Company Teams Up with "Sirar by STC" for Cybersecurity Boost

The Saudi Railway Company SAR and "Sirar by STC" have teamed up to improve the essential cybersecurity of the transit network. The partnership seeks t

The Saudi Railway Company SAR and "Sirar by STC" have teamed up to improve the essential cybersecurity of the transit network. The partnership seeks to offer cuttingedge cybersecurity solutions to protect Saudi Arabias vast railway network, enhancing traveller and freight security throughout the kingdom. Concerns about the cybersecurity of rail transport networks, regarded as essential national infrastructure, are rising, which is why the collaboration was formed. The issue for rail networks is integrating new advances with old technology, making the network more vulnerable to assault. This agreement will improve the cybersecurity posture of SARs railway network, and these concerns will be addressed. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 26 days ago          



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