The week that started on 13th November 2017, had some scintillating news to offer from the technological arena. WhatsApp to launch an app for iPad, Samsung Secretly Discloses It’s Latest Flagship Processor- ‘Exynos 9810’ and much more. Let’s find out what else happened in the Tech World.
1- Apple’s New iPhone X Face ID Broken, Claimed By the Hackers
Vietnamese security firm Bkav introduced a video showing that- by all appearances, they had cracked Face ID iPhone X with a composite mask of 3D printed plastic.
3- Samsung Secretly Discloses It’s Latest Flagship Processor- ‘Exynos 9810’
Samsung has secretly disclosed its newest flagship chipset, Exynos 9810 which powers Samsung recent flagship lineup Galaxy S8, Galaxy8+, and Galaxy Note 8.
4- Apple to launch 3 new iPhones in 2018
After iPhone X, Apple is here again to steal the limelight with the news of the launch of three new models of iPhone in 2018.
5- Nokia to Manufacture 5G-Ready AirScale Multi-Brand Base Station
Nokia has declared that will begin manufacturing 5G-ready AirScale multi-brand base station at its plant near here before the end of this year.
6- Adobe fixes 80 bugs – Acrobat Reader had it most
Adobe Systems has created headlines this time by detecting almost around 80 flaws across all of its products. Read more about it.
7- Apple to help India develop the anti-spam app after clashing with TRAI: Reuters
As per the recent reports by Reuters, Apple has agreed to help India, develop the anti-spam app after the clash with TRAI recently.
8- Famous UC Browser Vanished From Google Play. Why?
UC Browser vanished from Google play recently. So if you are searching the app for downloading, you may not see the application on Play Store for now.
9- Facebook announces an app just for Video creators
Facebook has come up with its latest innovation, i.e. an app termed as Facebook Creator, specially made for the video creators.
10- Beware! This malware is coming after your Banking password
The Cyberworld is right now threatened with the arrival of the notorious malware, Terdot Trojan, known for stealing banking details and login credentials.