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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    S&P 500 to exclude Snap after voting rights debate 

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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Malicious crossenv package on npm 

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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on October 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on October 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Western Digital My Cloud Home Personal Cloud Storage Wireless Drives Launched 

    Highlights Western Digital has launched a new My Cloud Home storage solution It can even stream videos, movies on smart televisions The My Cloud Home drives come with a starting price of $159.99

    Data storage solution company, Western Digital has launched a new wireless cloud storage drive, My Cloud Home. The Western Digital My Cloud Home NAS storage drives breaks the design monotony of cloud server storage drives, and comes with a makeover exhibiting a slimmer look and angular pattern laid across the lower half of the front panel. The drive can access data from up to 14 different devices, in addition to user’s social media accounts and cloud services. It will be exclusively sold on BestBuy in the US at a starting price of $159.99 (roughly Rs. 10,240) for the 2TB storage variant, and it will only be sold select partners outside the US.

    The WD My Cloud Home NAS drives aggregate all the photos, videos, music, files, and other data from a number of sources like smartphones, computers, USB disks, cloud services, and social media accounts in one place. The entire contents can also be shared with family and friends on accessible devices with an Internet connection with the use of My Cloud Home app. Moreover, the app can also be used to stream content on a smart television using the Plex app.

    As for the pricing, the Western Digital My Cloud Home’s other storage variants cost $179.99 (roughly Rs. 11,520) for 3TB; $199.99 (roughly Rs. 12,800) for 4TB; $259.99 (roughly Rs. 16,700) for 6TB, and $319.99 (roughly Rs. 20,470) for 8TB. They all come with a two-year limited warranty.

    “Consumers seek a way to effortlessly consolidate their growing mounds of photos, videos and other files with a solution flexible enough to accommodate content from all of today’s devices – from smartphones to computers and from drones to social sites,” said Jim Welsh, senior vice president, Client Solutions, Western Digital. “Enabling consumers and professionals to master their digital lives from anywhere in the world is a priority for Western Digital.”

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    Tags: Western Digital, Western Digital My Cloud Home, My Cloud Home NAS Storage Drive, PC, Laptops

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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on October 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Craft, Dial, , , , Sound,   

    Logitech Craft Keyboard With ‘Crown’ Dial, MX Sound 2.0 Speakers Launched 

    Highlights Logitech Craft keyboard features a Surface Dial-like ‘Crown’ MX Sound 2.0 speakers work with and without the AUX cable Both the products will be available in October

    Computer peripherals manufacturer Logitech on Thursday introduced two new products to its lineup of wireless desktop PC accessories – Craft keyboard and MX Sound 2.0 speakers. The Logitech Craft – which comes with the company’s Flow multi-device switching feature – is essentially an advanced keyboard for creatives that allows them to adjust values like brush size with a touch-sensitive input dial called the Crown – just like Microsoft’s Surface Dial. Besides, the Logitech MX Sound 2.0 speakers are Bluetooth speakers (with wire support) with backlit buttons that seamlessly withi. Both the products will be available to purchase in October at a price of $199.99 (roughly Rs. 12,780) and $99.99 (roughly Rs. 6,400) respectively.

    Logitech Craft keyboard
    Starting off with the Logitech Craft keyboard, it features Crown, an aluminium touch-based dial that works exactly like Microsoft Dial. You can assign certain values to be manipulated while making a digital art, or even working on a Microsoft Excel sheet. The parameters like brightness, contrast, colour, brush size, chart type, font size, volume, and app navigation can be changed using the Crown by tapping and turning it, in addition with the ability to assign separate apps to be triggered by just a tap.

    The Logitech Craft keyboard also features smart illumination technology with backlighting system that can detect the hand movement and adjust lighting automatically depending on the room conditions. It also supports up to three devices at any given time, which can be chosen to work on by touching an Easy-Switch button on both Windows and Mac platforms. As we said, Logitech Craft keyboard will be shipping in October.

    “Our new flagship Logitech Craft keyboard is for all creators who spend a lot of time designing and creating – who want to work with greater precision and feel connected to their work,” said Art O’Gnimh, global head of keyboards at Logitech in a statement. “The creative input dial gives you instant access to the functions you need, the moment you need them, allowing you to increase your productivity by simply touching the dial. Craft puts you in your creative element – every time you sit at the desk.”

    Logitech MX Sound 2.0 speakers

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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on October 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Samsung Portable SSD T5 Launched in India Starting at Rs. 13,500 for 250GB 

    Highlights The solid state drive uses Samsung’s 64-layer V-NAND technology It is available in Deep Black and Alluring Blue Pricing starts at Rs. 13,500 (250GB) going up to Rs. 80,000 (2TB)

    Samsung Electronics on Friday launched the Samsung Portable SSD T5 in India. The solid state drive uses the company’s latest 64-layer V-NAND technology that enables it to deliver industry-leading transfer speeds of up to 540MBps with encrypted data security. The SSD is already available to buy in the country via major retail outlets.

    The Samsung PSSD T5 is already available in two distinct metal finishes – Deep Black (1TB and 2TB models) and Alluring Blue (250GB and 500GB models) for Rs. 13,500 (250GB), Rs. 21,000 (500GB), Rs. 40,000 (1TB), and Rs. 80,000 (2TB).

    “At Samsung, we work towards delivering meaningful innovations and the Portable SSD T5 continues our legacy of leadership and innovation. We are confident that the T5 will exceed consumers’ expectations for external storage by offering 4.9 times faster speeds than external HDD products and a solid metal design that is lightweight and conveniently pocket-sized. T5 is surely a stunning proposition for Power Users like Media Professionals, Technology Enthusiasts, Content Creators and Business Professionals,” Sukesh Jain, Vice President, IT & Mobile Enterprise Business, Samsung India, said in a statement.

    The new Samsung PSSD T5 is claimed to be designed especially for content creators, business and IT professionals as well as mainstream consumers to give instant and easy access to data. Samsung also says the T5 is smaller than an average business card (at 74×57.3×10.5mm) and weighs as little as 51 grams, fitting in the palm of your hand.

    The T5 can withstand accidental drops of up to two meters (6.6 feet) because it has no moving parts and has a shock-resistant internal frame. It features optional 256-bit AES encryption, and has a USB Type-C port alongside a USB Type-C to Type-A cable.

    Written with inputs from IANS

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    Tags: Samsung, Samsung SSD, Portable SSD, Samsung PSSD T5, Samsung PSSD T5 Launch, Samsung PSSD T5 Price, PC, Laptops, India

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on October 29, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Western Digital CEO Apologises to Toshiba for Friction Over Chip Unit Sale 

    Highlights WD apologised to Toshiba’s CEO for strained ties Apple, Bain Capital bidding for Toshiba’s chip unit Apple concerned about pricing power if Toshiba strikes deal with WD

    The head of Western Digital apologised to Toshiba’s CEO for strained ties after it sued the Japanese company to keep their memory chip joint venture from being sold to rival bidders, according to a letter dated August 11.

    “I understand that the litigation and ongoing disputes have created significant ill will for some within Toshiba. This is regrettable and I am deeply sorry for the feelings this has created,” Western Digital Chief Executive Stephen Milligan wrote in the letter, which was seen by Reuters.

    Milligan also sought in the letter to reassure Toshiba CEO Satoshi Tsunakawa that the US firm would address any concerns that Apple, a key customer of Toshiba’s NAND flash memory chips, might have if a deal with Western Digital was struck.

    Apple has joined a rival consortium led by Bain Capital that is bidding for Toshiba’s chip unit, sources with direct knowledge of the matter have said.

    People familiar with the talks have said Apple is likely concerned about being on the backfoot in pricing power if Toshiba, the world’s No. 2 producer of NAND chips, struck a deal with Western Digital, which ranks No. 3.

    Representatives of both Western Digital and Toshiba said they could not immediately comment on the letter.

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  • jkabtech 12:17 pm on October 29, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Lenovo at IFA 2017: Yoga 920, Yoga 720, Miix 520, Explorer Mixed Reality Headset, Home Assistant Pack Launched 

    Highlights Lenovo has launched two new Yoga 2-in-1 convertibles Pricing for Lenovo’s Mixed Reality headset was also revealed Home Assistant Pack is an Amazon Alexa-driven speaker

    At IFA 2017 in Berlin, Lenovo took to stage on Thursday to launch a slew of products in its Yoga and Miix range of convertibles, apart from unveiling its mixed reality headset and a smart speaker. The Chinese company launched Yoga 920 and Yoga 720 2-in-1 convertible laptops, the Miix 520 detachable 2-in-1, Lenovo Explorer Mixed Reality headset, and an Amazon Echo-like smart speaker called the Home Assistant Pack, an Alexa-powered device that’s meant to augment the Tab 4 series of tablets from the company

    Lenovo Yoga 920 price, availability, specifications

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  • jkabtech 4:17 am on October 29, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    AMD Ryzen Pro Processors for Business PCs Launched 

    Highlights The Ryzen Pro desktop processor is an 8 core and 16 thread CPU Much of the AMD business share is in consumer PC segment AMD is “not happy” with its current share in India

    Chipmaker AMD has unveiled a new line of microprocessor chips called ‘Ryzen Pro’ for commercial desktop workstations to be available in India and other countries by end of this year.

    At the global launch of Ryzen Pro yesterday, leading PC makers HP, Dell and Lenovo introduced new high-end workstations using Ryzen Pro to meet the demand of today’s toughest computing-tasks.

    HP’s Elitedesk 705 G3, Dell’s Optiplex 5055 and Lenovo’s ThinkCentre M715/Thinkpad A 275 and A475 are slated for global launch later this month.

    “This is an important year for AMD. The new Ryzen Pro processors are for commercial usage. It is powerful, secure and reliable. It has incredible level of performance,” AMD senior vice president Jim Anderson said.

    The Ryzen Pro desktop processor is an 8 core and 16 thread CPU and much faster than the rival Intel’s ‘Core i7’ which is of 4 core and 8 thread, he added.

    So far this year, the company has launched high-performance chips Ryzen 3, 5 and 7 for consumer PCs, a chip named Epyc for corporate servers and also a revamped graphics chip called Vega.

    Much of the AMD business share is in consumer PC segment and with Ryzen Pro it aims to gain more share from commercial side, Anderson said.

    Talking about growth prospects in India for its products, he said the company is “not happy” with its current share but “I think the market like India is a perfect opportunity for this kind of product.”

    The company, which has two R&D centres in India, is taking measures to improve brand awareness and trying to overhaul the marketing strategy to push its products, he said.

    The Ryzen line of processors launched for consumer PCs is taking share of the top competitors and Ryzen Pro will help them grab more share in the commercial segment in India, he added.

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    Tags: AMD, AMD Ryzen Pro, PC, Laptops, India

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  • jkabtech 8:17 pm on October 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Mixed Reality Headsets to Launch on October 17 

    Highlights Microsoft will roll out Windows 10 Fall Creators Update on October 17 The company announced the major Windows 10 update earlier this year Microsoft also shared update on Windows Mixed Reality Headsets

    At its keynote hour at IFA 2017 trade show, Microsoft said Friday it will start rolling out Windows 10 Fall Creators Update on October 17, delivering the third major update at no charge since the company moved its operating system to a service model.

    Announced earlier this year at the developer BUILD conference, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update brings several new functionalities to the desktop operating system including Timeline, Clipboard, and improvements to how OneDrive works on Windows 10 PCs.

    Timeline, an improvement for the Task View feature, brings what one can say “memory” to list apps and workspaces that a user was using previously on. The company says this will enable customers to quickly recall what they were working on not just the device, but other connected devices and get through the work.

    In line Timeline is a feature called Pick Up Where You Left Off, which will let people resume sessions on multiple devices, Microsoft said. This feature can especially come in handy for users who keep switching between their phone and computer all day.

    The company is also introducing what it calls “Fluent Design” language, which brings uniformity across its apps in how they look and function. The other interesting feature Microsoft is delivering with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is OneDrive Files On-Demand, which will enable users to download select files from OneDrive without syncing the entire folders, a functional flaw many have complained about over the years.

    On stage on Friday, Microsoft executives also announced that the company’s OEM partners will be releasing the first batch of Windows Mixed Reality headsets starting October 17 to consumers. Acer’s Mixed Reality headset starts at $299, while the one from HP is going to cost a user $329. Dell and Lenovo have also announced their Windows Mixed Reality headsets and both will retail at $349.

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    Tags: Windows, Windows 10, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update General Availability, Microsoft, Windows Mixed Reality Headsets, IFA, IFA 2017

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