By
Shemeer M Ali
TECHBITES
Google's Next Tablet Will Have 3D
Vision Technology
Google is planning to release a tablet with "advanced vision capabilit...
Samsung Developing Smartwatch
That Works Without a Smartphone
The Wall Street Journal reports that the South Korean manufa...
Outlook.com Rolls Out New
Features, Looks More Like Gmail
Microsoft added new features to Outlook.com, making its email cl...
'World's First' Braille Phone Is Now
on Sale
UK-based OwnFone, a company that lets users design their own mobile
devices, ...
Video URL : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8yfKRJDZW8
Chrome 35 launches with ‘OK
Google’ voice search
This release enab...
EBay asks 145 million users to
change passwords after cyber attack
EBay Inc said that a cyber attack carried out three mon...
Apples Rolls Out New Software
Updates at WWDC14
With OS X Yosemite comes Apple’s iCloud Drive, a cloud-based storage syste...
For developers...
Apple announced that TestFlight will be available this fall for the Apple developer
platform, finally al...
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  • Google is planning to release a tablet with "advanced vision capabilities," which will use two back cameras, infrared depth sensors and software to capture 3D images of objects and rooms, according to a report. It will also have a 7-inch screen.
    Google plans to produce 4,000 of the prototype tablets next month. The tablets, which are part of Project Tango, could be released ahead of Google's I/O conference, which is scheduled for the end of June.
  • The Wall Street Journal reports that the South Korean manufacturer is in talks with various telecommunications carriers that would turn the device into a phone itself. Users will be able to make calls directly on the device and by holding up the wrist to the mouth.
  • Microsoft added new features to Outlook.com, making its email client look much more like Gmail. The updates include new ways to filter and organize emails, an undo function, in-line reply and improvements to chat.
  • UK-based OwnFone, a company that lets users design their own mobile devices, introduced what it's calling the world's first Braille phone.
  • This release enables “Ok Google” voice search, which was previously added in Chrome 34 beta, for all users. Visit Google.com, or open a tab if Google is your default search engine, and say “Ok Google” to get going.
  • EBay Inc said on Wednesday that a cyber attack carried out three months ago has compromised customer data, and the company urged 145 million users of its online commerce platform to change their passwords.
    The company said unknown hackers stole email addresses, encrypted passwords, birth dates, mailing addresses and other information in an attack carried out between late February and early March.
    Here’s what we recommend you do the next time you visit eBay:
    Take a moment to change your password. This will help further protect you; it’s always a good practice to periodically update your password. Millions of eBay users have already updated their passwords.
    Remember to always use different passwords on different sites and accounts. If you haven’t done this yet, take the time to do so.
  • EBay Inc said on Wednesday that a cyber attack carried out three months ago has compromised customer data, and the company urged 145 million users of its online commerce platform to change their passwords.
    The company said unknown hackers stole email addresses, encrypted passwords, birth dates, mailing addresses and other information in an attack carried out between late February and early March.
    Here’s what we recommend you do the next time you visit eBay:
    Take a moment to change your password. This will help further protect you; it’s always a good practice to periodically update your password. Millions of eBay users have already updated their passwords.
    Remember to always use different passwords on different sites and accounts. If you haven’t done this yet, take the time to do so.
  • EBay Inc said on Wednesday that a cyber attack carried out three months ago has compromised customer data, and the company urged 145 million users of its online commerce platform to change their passwords.
    The company said unknown hackers stole email addresses, encrypted passwords, birth dates, mailing addresses and other information in an attack carried out between late February and early March.
    Here’s what we recommend you do the next time you visit eBay:
    Take a moment to change your password. This will help further protect you; it’s always a good practice to periodically update your password. Millions of eBay users have already updated their passwords.
    Remember to always use different passwords on different sites and accounts. If you haven’t done this yet, take the time to do so.
  • Techbites - A Quick Review on the latest news in Technology World

    1. 1. By Shemeer M Ali TECHBITES
    2. 2. Google's Next Tablet Will Have 3D Vision Technology Google is planning to release a tablet with "advanced vision capabilities," which will use two back cameras, infrared depth sensors and software to capture 3D images of objects and rooms, according to a report. It will also have a 7-inch screen. Google plans to produce 4,000 of the prototype tablets next month. The tablets, which are part of Project Tango, could be released ahead of Google's I/O conference, which is scheduled for the end of June.
    3. 3. Samsung Developing Smartwatch That Works Without a Smartphone The Wall Street Journal reports that the South Korean manufacturer is in talks with various telecommunications carriers that would turn the device into a phone itself. Users will be able to make calls directly on the device and by holding up the wrist to the mouth.
    4. 4. Outlook.com Rolls Out New Features, Looks More Like Gmail Microsoft added new features to Outlook.com, making its email client look much more like Gmail. The updates include new ways to filter and organize emails, an undo function, in-line reply and improvements to chat.
    5. 5. 'World's First' Braille Phone Is Now on Sale UK-based OwnFone, a company that lets users design their own mobile devices, introduced what it's calling the world's first Braille phone.
    6. 6. Video URL : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8yfKRJDZW8 Chrome 35 launches with ‘OK Google’ voice search This release enables “Ok Google” voice search, which was previously added in Chrome 34 beta, for all users. Visit Google.com, or open a tab if Google is your default search engine, and say “Ok Google” to get going.
    7. 7. EBay asks 145 million users to change passwords after cyber attack EBay Inc said that a cyber attack carried out three months ago has compromised customer data, and the company urged 145 million users of its online commerce platform to change their passwords. The company said unknown hackers stole email addresses, encrypted passwords, birth dates, mailing addresses and other information in an attack carried out between late February and early March. Here’s what we recommend you do the next time you visit eBay: ● Take a moment to change your password. This will help further protect you; it’s always a good practice to periodically update your password. Millions of eBay users have already updated their passwords. ● Remember to always use different passwords on different sites and accounts. If you haven’t done this yet, take the time to do so.
    8. 8. Apples Rolls Out New Software Updates at WWDC14 With OS X Yosemite comes Apple’s iCloud Drive, a cloud-based storage system that works from within the Finder. The documents also sync across other Mac computers and iOS devices. Windows users can access the files as well! iCloud Drive QuickType Apple also introduced QuickType, a predictive typing technology that learns from your local device words you often type or context from previous messages to suggest words you’re about to type. HealthKit Apple officially gets in on the Quantified Self fitness game with HealthKit which collects your personal health data from various third party apps and keeps track of your daily activities. You can access the aggregated information through the Health app. OS X 10.10 Yosemite OS X 10.10 for laptops and desktop computers is now called "Yosemite". Updates to the platform allow devices to communicate more effectively with other Apple devices. iOS 8 iOS 8 is the eighth major release of the iOS mobile operating system
    9. 9. For developers... Apple announced that TestFlight will be available this fall for the Apple developer platform, finally allowing developers to beta-test their apps. TestFlight CloudKit Apple announced a new developer framework called CloudKit to let developers build cloud-connected apps. This means Apple will now handle asset storage for free, “with limits.” Metal Apple also introduced a new 3D API that allows game developers to take advantage of Apple’s processing power and create beautiful, interactive 3D graphics. Apple says Metal will allow games to get “10x” faster draw rates. The company also announced additional iOS 8 gaming frameworks, such as SceneKit and SpriteKit. Swift Apple announced its own programming language called Swift which will replace Objective C. Apple claims Swift is faster than Objective C thought it can still work alongside the language, and works with Cocoa and Cocoa Touch.
    10. 10. Thank you

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