At Google I/O 2019, Google announced that Incognito mode and AR navigation is coming to Maps.
Google announced auto-delete feature for user’s personal data. Users can now choose a time limit for how long their activity data to be saved — 3 or 18 months — and any data older than that will be automatically deleted.
The controls are now available to Location History and Web & App Activity and promised to roll out in the coming weeks.
Crytek revealed real-time ray traced scenes which rendered with AMD‘s Vega 56 GPU in Cryengine.
Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will now automatically roll back updates when it detects incompatibility issues that lead to startup failures. But only when all other automatic recovery attempts have been unsuccessful.
NatWest, a retail banking company based on UK, revealed fingerprint card. New card will use fingerprint to authorize a contact-less payment above £30, instead of the four-digit pin.
The card will be limited to 200 customers as a trial, and will go public if trial proves a success.
Google’s Project Zero, a team finding security flaws in it’s own products as well as other firms, exposed high severity flaw in macOS kernel.
Team reported that when user-owned mounted filesystem image is modified, the virtual management subsystem is not informed of the changes, making attackers able to take malicious actions without the mounted filesystem knowing about it. For full report, click here.
Also, Project Zero generally report the problems to the manufacturers privately and give them 90 days to resolve the problem before publicly disclosing it, which means that Apple couldn’t — or didn’t — fix the flaw for 90 days.
DigiTimes reported that GeForce GTX 1660 will launch on March 15th with $229 MSRP and GeForce GTX 1650 will launch on April 30th with $179 MSRP.