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Microsoft confirms 'S Mode' is replacing plans Windows 10 S

Microsoft confirms 'S Mode' is replacing plans Windows 10 S

However - enterprise, education and server versions of Windows 10 have recently been updated to allow even the telemetry data tap to be completely turned off. Windows Insiders earlier this year reported that their Windows 10 S PCs had switched to Windows 10 Pro following an update to one of Microsoft's Insider builds.


Apple is reportedly launching a cheaper MacBook Air this year

Apple is reportedly launching a cheaper MacBook Air this year

Probably the presentation of the new MacBook Air will be held in March. It's been ten years since Apple first released the MacBook Air and many believe a redesign is long overdue. Taiwanese touch screen supplier General Interface Solution is expected to receive a big order from Apple for LCD displays, according to Digitimes .


Google Maps adds Street View to Disney Theme Parks

Google Maps adds Street View to Disney Theme Parks

You will be able to see the different castles, rides, and other attractions that you can see in places like Epcott, Disney Springs, Disneyland Park, Disney's Hollywood Studios, etc. Alternatively, just type which park you want to visit in Google Maps and go exploring from there. You can walk on the moon, have a nose around the International Space Station or jet off light years away to Pluto.



Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S new teaser video reveals more about it

The company has been teasing the specs and features of the upcoming device for quite some time, confirming Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, AI-powered camera, among others. The Mi Mix 2S is on the left and the Mi Mix 2 is kept on the right. Also, there were reports about the Mi Mix 2S coming with an under-display fingerprint sensor, but the image shows a sensor on the back.


White House engaged on election security to counter Russian threat

White House engaged on election security to counter Russian threat

Speaking about global cyber security, the USA intelligence community says that Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea will pose the greatest cyber threats to the United States during the next year. Moscow has denied interfering in the election and President Trump has consistently denied that his campaign colluded with Russian Federation. Coats said some of the conflict is coming from a race for technological superiority, which could include the ability to build and use superior weapons, but ...