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News : Google launches OnHub Wi-Fi router, delayed 'Ara' modular phone tests till 2016


Google on Tuesday launched preorders for the OnHub, a new 802.11ac Wi-Fi router it hopes will simplify wireless connections and will also act as a hub for smart home appliances. But the company also acknowledged that its Project Ara modular smartphone won't reach the public until at least 2016.

Google launches OnHub Wi-Fi router,


 The OnHub -- built in partnership with router maker TP-LINK -- employs an unusual cylindrical design, hiding 13 antennas inside its frame. It also replaces a router's standard set of LEDs with a single ring light that shows one of four colors to indicate device status.
 The device supports speeds up to 1.9 gigabits per second, and can operate on 2.4 and 5 gigahertz frequencies. The best channel is selected automatically during setup, and the router's software will continually adjust settings to try to avoid interference. If needed, connected devices can be prioritized to maximize their bandwidth. Setup and management is handled almost entirely through an app for iOS and Android, Google On.
The tool monitors network traffic, performs tests, and will offer suggestions if it detects a problem. It also displays a router's password "with a single tap," according to Google, and makes it easy to share via text or email. The router has 4 gigabytes of onboard storage and is set to automatically update with new features and security patches. It's also said to be future-proof in terms of standards, being compatible with Weave, 802.15.4, and Bluetooth Smart Ready. And in an addition that pits it against the Apple TV, OnHub will also control smart home devices that support Bluetooth Smart Ready, Google's Weave, or the 802.15.4 standard.
The Apple TV, meanwhile, wirelessly controls HomeKit compatible accessories when a user is away from home. The OnHub can be preordered for $200, either directly from Google or from other online sources like Amazon. Google said it is working on more OnHub devices with other manufacturers, including one from ASUS that should be announced later this year.

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Windows 10 All the Editions Official Final Direct Download Links !


Windows 10 – The best Windows yet is here 

 Windows 10 is familiar and easy to use, with lots of similarities to Windows 7 including the Start menu. It starts up and resumes fast, has more built-in security to help keep you safe, and is designed to work with software and hardware you already have. So Why become late ? Get Windows 10 Final Build on your devices today !
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Official Links : Download Link


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  • All the links are given for the latest final official released ISO files (29th July 2015 Official Release)
  • Download tool is officially published by Microsoft and it let you save ISO file to your computer when finishes 
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  • Windows 10 Home has a catch . Microsoft don’t let you turn off automatic updates on Windows 10 Home. But its free, no crack required


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Gmail New Feature Multi Forward: Forward Emails in Bulk.


Gmail never backs off while giving the best features for the users. With the recently launched Undo send option, gmail also solved many problems people face while sending the wrong emails. Now gmail moved a step further and launched a new feature which provides an option to forward all the emails in a bulk.


Gmail New Feature Multi Forward: Forward Emails in Bulk.

Dealing with many emails is always a problem and when you have multiple emails to forward, it is a very big pain. So this new feature allows you to forward emails in bulk avoiding strain and a fast delivery of messages.

Multi Forward option makes everything simpler especially in the corporate offices. Gmail as of now allows only forwarding one email at a time. This may help avoiding spam but also is a long process to open each and every email to forward it when you have to send multiple emails at once.
Multi Forward for Gmail allows you to select multiple emails from your inbox, click the multi-forward button and send them all out to any number of recipients at once. This feature will be available in all the gmail accounts once it officially rolls out. Users are Looking forward to more features from gmail which will make their work way too easier and simplifies the work.
 Source:CNNMoney

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Android phones can be hacked with a simple text

Android phones can get infected by merely receiving a picture via text message, according to research published Monday. This is likely the biggest smartphone flaw ever discovered. 


It affects an estimated 950 million phones worldwide -- about 95% of the Androids in use today. The problem stems from the way Android phones analyze incoming text messages. Even before you open a message, the phone automatically processes incoming media files -- including pictures, audio or video. That means a malware-laden file can start infecting the phone as soon as it's received, according Zimperium, a cybersecurity company that specializes in mobile devices. If this sounds familiar, that's because this Android flaw is somewhat like the recent Apple text hack. But in that case, a text message with just the right characters could freeze an iPhone or force it to restart. This Android flaw is worse, because a hacker could gain complete control of the phone: wiping the device, accessing apps or secretly turning on the camera. In a statement to CNNMoney, Google (GOOGL, Tech30) acknowledged the flaw. It assured that Android has ways of limiting a hacker's access to separate apps and phone functions. Yet hackers have been able to overcome these limitations in the past. The bug affects any phone using Android software made in the last five years, according to Zimperium. That includes devices running Android's Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat and Lollipop iterations (Google names its Android versions alphabetically after desserts).
Zimperium said it warned Google about the flaw on April 9 and even provided a fix. The company claims Google responded the very next day, assuring a patch would be shared with customers in the future. Typically, in these situations, companies are given a 90-day grace period to issue a fix. It's a rule even Google abides by when it finds flaws in others' software. But it's been 109 days, and a fix still isn't largely available. That's why Zimperium is now going public with the news. The issue now is how quickly Google will manage to fix this for everybody. While Apple can push out updates to all iPhones, Google can't. Google is notorious for having a fractured distribution system. Several entities stand in between Google and its users, and they routinely slow down the release of new software. There are phone carriers -- like AT&T (T, Tech30) and Verizon (VZ, Tech30) -- and makers of physical devices -- like Samsung (SSNLF) -- all of which need to work together to issue software updates. Google told CNNMoney it already sent a fix to its "partners." However, it's unclear if any of them have started pushing that out to users themselves. For that very reason, Google recently put its own Nexus phones first in line to receive updates. This could be a test case that shows why it's so important to receive updates quickly. Chris Wysopal is a longtime hacker and now an executive at cybersecurity firm Veracode. He called this Android's version of Heartbleed, the devastating bug that put millions of computer networks at serious risk last year. "I'm interested to see if Google comes up with a way to update devices remotely," he said. "Unless they can do that, we have a big disaster on our hands."

Source:CNNMoney


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Now Send WHATSAPP, VIBER,TELEGRAM And WECHAT Texts On ANDROID Using OK GOOGLE


If you’re too pressed for time (or are just plain lazy) to type a message, OK Google has your back. As of today, Android phone owners can now use Google’s voice command service to send messages on WhatsApp and WeChat.
 Google has announced the addition of voice compatibility with WhatsApp, WeChat, Viber, Telegram and NextPlus to the line up of commands already featured on OK Google. Sending a message on any of the platforms is pretty much as straightforward as with all other OK Google commands. Open the Google app on your smartphone, turn on the voice detection function in the menu and start using the command by tapping the microphone icon and saying into your phone’s microphone the phrase: “OK Google, send a WhatsApp message to [name of the person]. You then just dictate the message you want to send.

We tried the function out with WhatsApp and it worked well, but as always with OK Google you have to speak very clearly so the function picks up what you’re saying. whatsapp2 For this feature to work, your Google and messaging apps must all be updated, so just check that you have the latest versions and if you don’t, head over to Google Play and download them. Instant messaging app compatibility on OK Google is only available in English for now but Google said it will add more languages and apps in the near future.
[Source – Google, images – Google, WhatsApp, WeChat]


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