According to the latest reports and rumours coming from South Korea, the South Korean giant Samsung could advance the presentation of the Galaxy S10 to the month of January and would announce its folding mobile at MWC 2019
According to the rumours coming from South Korea, Samsung could advance the presentation of the Galaxy S10 to the month of January and would announce its folding mobile at MWC 2019.
This is stated by the sources of The Bell, who point out that with this movement the company intends, on the one hand, to anticipate the competition, and on the other to prevent its flagship products from dismantling each other.
Therefore, the calendar of presentations of new smartphones of Samsung for next year would be as follows: the launch of the Galaxy S10 would occur at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, which is celebrated between 8 and 11 January, while the announcement of the folding phone, popularly known as Galaxy X, would take place at the MWC in Barcelona from February 25 to 28.
It is still early to know the details of both terminals, although rumours have already been advancing some of the features that we could find in Samsung smartphones by 2019. The Samsung Galaxy S10 said it could integrate the fingerprint reader under the screen and 3D facial recognition, as well as a 5.8-inch Infinity Display for the S10 and 6.3 inches for the S10+. In addition, The Bell leaked yesterday the possible code name of the device, which would be “Beyond”.
As for the Galaxy X, Samsung’s folding mobile phone, the latest rumours indicated that the final design could be ready for next June. In its new report, The Bell reveals that the code name of this device is “Winner”, which replaces Valley, which was the name that the project received internally when it was launched there in 2015. Industry sources indicate that parts for the terminal would start arriving in November.
At the moment there is nothing firm and the South Korean giant Samsung has not made any confirmation, so we will have to wait to know if the date of presentation of the Galaxy S10 is going to advance and if finally, the folding mobile will be a reality at the beginning of next year.
Check out Twitter’s New Auto-Mute Feature Hides
Twitter has released a new feature that everyone’s been asking for. No, not chronological timelines. And no, they won’t stop showing you those porn star tweets your cousin keeps liking. Instead, Twitter is finally getting rid of the trolls in your replies! Well, they’re not gone; now they’re in the shadows where you can’t see them. Feel safe yet?
Twitter has just announced they will start hiding disruptive accounts from automatically popping up in conversations or search results — putting them “Twitter purgatory,” as it’s already being called. Using a new filtering strategy that looks at a user’s behavioral patterns instead of their actual words, the platform will predict if someone will be “detracting from the conversation,” i.e. trolls and bots. Those disruptive accounts will now be hidden away from other users, making sure people will only have “healthy” conversations — or, seeing as this is Twitter we’re talking about, no conversations at all.
Of course, it’s a good thing to go into your own replies without getting creatively threatened by people with avatars of anime characters or their collection guns resting on their collection of flags. But their ban-proof word vomit is still there, lurking underneath the flimsy “Show more replies” button. So instead of getting rid of the evil, we now have a social media Pandora’s Box, and it’ll be our fault if we unleash those evils into our timeline. Which one of us is supposed be “healthy” enough for the other again? Have you ever met a real person, Twitter? We’ll dive into that pit trap Scrooge-McDuck-style every time.
And that’s the issue with Twitter: They’re making progress, but are still not listening to what their users really want. Twitter even admits to not wanting to actually change the toxic dynamics of their platform. They want to “proactively address these disruptive behaviors that do not violate our policies” without, y’know, actually changing their policies, because then they might have to actually ban their most popular user for threatening an actual nuclear holocaust.It doesn’t feel like caring, but simple economics: Twitter has only just started making a profitagain, and a lot of that’s based on increasing their active user base. So they don’t want to get rid of the trolls. They want to keep the trolls. And they to keep want us. So they’ll give trolls their separate space. Except that already existed. It’s called Gab, and it’s the dumpster fire they truly deserve.
Cedric is on Twitter, because it hurts so good.
Twitter Password Immediately, Bug Exposes Passwords In Plaintext
Twitter is urging all of its 330 million users to change their passwords after a software glitch unintentionally exposed its users’ passwords by storing them in readable text on its internal computer system.
The social media network disclosed the issue in an official blog post and a series of tweets from Twitter Support.
According to Twitter CTO Parag Agrawal, Twitter hashes passwords using a popular function known as bcrypt, which replaces an actual password with a random set of numbers and letters and then stored it in its systems.
This allows the company to validate users’ credentials without revealing their actual passwords, while also masking them in a way that not even Twitter employees can see them.
However, a software bug resulted in passwords being written to an internal log before completing the hashing process—meaning that the passwords were left exposed on the company’s internal system.
Parag said Twitter had found and resolved the problem itself, and an internal investigation had found no indication of breach or passwords being stolen or misused by insiders.
“We found this error ourselves, removed the passwords, and are implementing plans to prevent this bug from happening again,” Parag said.
“We are very sorry this happened. We recognize and appreciate the trust you place in us, and are committed to earning that trust every day.”
Still, the company urged all of its 363 Million users to consider changing their passwords to be on a safer side.
How to Reset Twitter Password
In order to change your password on Twitter, click on your Profile Picture icon given in the top-right corner, then go to Settings and Privacy → Password. Now, type your current password, and enter a new one, and try keeping it stronger.
For the Twitter app for iOS and Android, click on your Profile Picture icon in the top-left corner, and then go to Settings and Privacy → Account → Change Password (“Password” on Android), and create a new, stronger password.
You should also change the password on all other services where you have used the same password.
You are also advised to enable two-factor authentication service on Twitter, which adds an extra layer of security to your account and help prevent your account from being hijacked.
How To View Photos Of Private Instagram Accounts Without Following
If you love sharing photos and viewing them on social media, then, Instagram is the way to go. Instagram, besides Facebook, WhatsApp, and Twitter, is used by people in millions around the world. It is a social media platform where users all over the world share photos and videos publicly. Today we want to look at How to view photos of private Instagram account without following, but just briefly, let me shade some light on what Instagram is used for to the benefit of those who have never used it before. First, you start by creating an account with Instagram. Here, you provide information about you together with the login credentials you will use as username and password.
After creating an account, you can upload your pictures and videos on Instagram from whichever device you are using be it a Smartphone, a tablet or a computer. You are now set. You can now see photos of friends and relatives or other people by following their accounts. To be able to do so, you have to select “Follow” on the account of the person you want to keep in touch with.
Though not so widely known, Instagram is now spreading roots in the current society. Developers have now come up with Instagram applications where you can download on your Smartphone or tablet and use it instead of the Instagram web. Now, let us learn how to view photos of private Instagram accounts without following.
View Photos Of Private Instagram Account Without Following
If you are an Instagram user, you certainly know that to be able to see photos of a particular account, you have to be following that particular person on Instagram. Right? As I have mentioned previously, to follow a particular person, just click “Follow” on his or her account. With this, you will be able to see photos of the account user every time they post a new photo. You can also see the number of followers he or she has and those following at that particular moment. It is just easier to use Instagram. But for privacy purposes, many people are snooped around by strangers, boyfriends and ex-girlfriends who follow every activity and photos they post. Because of this, Instagram has got a feature where one can secure the privacy of content on his or her Instagram account by putting it into the private mode or setting it as a private account. This leaves you with this question: “How do you view photos of a private Instagram account?” Is there a way to do so? The answer is “YES.” Let us look at some of the ways by which you can view photos of private Instagram accounts without following that particular account.
First, you have to understand that private accounts’ content can only be viewed by followers only. If you are not following, then you can’t view photos of that account user until you follow.
The first method involves disguising yourself as someone else. Here, you just have to create a new Instagram account. You can create a new account and disguise as a man that is I the user is female. If the user is male, make a new account as a female. Then follow them with this second account instead of your main account.
The second method involves downloading an app that will mask you up. Download this app from here: httpp://dcrown.net Then select “Click here & access it now.” Key in the search space or the name of the profile you want to view then select “View” profile and then be patient and wait or the program to finish the search. It will then bring you the private Instagram account you searched and there, you can view photos of that account without following. You can do this or any other account you want to see without following.
The third and last method, is to ask to owner of the account in the kindest of a way to simply approve your request to follow her, Remember this way, you will have shown that you really are a gentleman or lady who is respectful and this might just move him or her to approve your request to follow that particular person. Be kind, soft-spoken and respectful. Give valid reasons why you want to follow them and make sure they are reasons worth someone accepting to let you through. Use magic words. It might just do miracles. Best of luck.
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