A research was being done in the Department of Computer Science, University of Bristol in this regard. This research is based on the ‘Shape resolution’ where different shape changing materials will be used for the preparation of mobile phones. This entire research was being lead by Dr. Anne Roudaut and Professor Sriram Subramanian. They reported that the interesting phase of their research is to develop mobile phones which the features to change shape on demand. This feature of changing the shape will be very user friendly and meet the convenience of the users. Hope such mobiles will be seen soon in the market.
Apple is gearing up to launch its new operating system IOS 9 at the end of this year. This new OS will have the feature to track the sexual activity of its users. This assessment will be done by an application ‘Apple’s Healthkit tool’ which will have a track on health and fitness. This app will figure out the fitness details like heart beat, cholesterol, Callories, sugar levels etc. Even women can track their basal body temperature and cervical mucus quality which are linked to fertility cycles and ovulation.
This new feature of Apple will be an important medium to all it users to have a track on their health and fitness regularly.
Apple has developed an application which facilitates to switch the user from android to IOS. This application has the wireless transfer mechanism. The main feature of this application is to transfer user’s contacts, images, videos, notes, mails etc. This app also has an additional feature which will suggest to download the applications that are installed previously in the android phone.
Apple also provided the facility to recycle the previous/ old android in any Apple stores at free of cost.
There are many rumors and speculations across the internet that Microsoft will collect annual fee for using Windows 10. Few sources reported that fee will be charged after free-for-one year upgrade offer expires. But, Microsoft clarified that these rumors are false.
If the windows is upgraded between July 26, 2015 and July 29, 2016, there is a chance to upgrade to Windows 10 at free of cost. After July 29th 2016, you will have to pay for getting the license of Windows 10.
Microsoft clearly specified that the operating system is free of cost. It is not a introductory version or a trial version.
For all those who have used the factory reset option in Android phones, hoping that it would permanently delete all your personal data, here’s a shocker. Its reported from a study by Cambridge University that using that option does not erase all your data and a part of it, be it SMS’s, email’s, pictures and videos, along with contact information from your social media accounts such as Facebook and Twitter can still be easily retrieved. This gives your personal information to a third party when you have passed on the phone or sold it as used.
This research was undertaken across 21 different smartphones devices across five different manufacturers and between Andriod operating versions 2.3 till 4.3.
The survey also gave the same results even when full encryption was used and at times, even the master token to access Google Apps was available even though a reset was done. This puts about 500 Million Andriod phones at risk and feedback from individual manufactures are awaited.
In a major move to restrict promotion of obscenity and pornographic material in Twitter, the social networking site today had said that it would be working towards deleting close to 10 Million accounts which have been reported to share adult content under the heading “Contains Sensitive Content”.
This move has received wide spread condemnation from users and those from the adult industry, saying that it violates their freedom of expression.
It’s said by analysts that even basic search results in Twitter were throwing such content and many advertisers such as Nielsen have objected to the content. Seem that promoted tweets were showing in profiles with such offensive content, and Twitter’s advertisers were getting worried about their brand image being at loss.