Fortnite’s first Android installer had a major security flaw

Google has revealed it found a major security flaw in the first version of the Fortnite for Android installer. Fortnite developer Epic Games was privately informed of the installer issue and it quickly released a new version. The installer flaw raises questions about Epic’s decision to bypass the Google Play …

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HMD Global acquires Nokia’s PureView trademark for camera technology

HMD Global has acquired the PureView trademark from Nokia and Microsoft. Nokia and Microsoft previously used the branding for phones with a great camera experience. HMD has previously acquired patents for classic designs and the Nokia Camera user-interface. HMD Global has steadily been grabbing Nokia‘s intellectual property, running the gamut from …

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Rootless Pixel Launcher Makes Its Way to Google Play Store

There’s no shortage of third-party launchers on the Google play store. And, when it comes to a custom launcher, Nova launcher & Action launcher are regarded as the best in general. But, these two aren’t alone in the competition. Microsoft launcher, Evie launcher, Lawnchair, Lean launcher – there’s just too …

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Development cycle of Linux 4.19 kernel series starts

Linus Torvalds has started the development cycle of the Linux 4.19 kernel series, reported Softpedia News. Torvalds has published the first Release Candidate for Linux 4.19, two weeks after the Linux 4.18 kernel series was launched. “So two weeks have passed, and the merge window for 4.19 is over. This was a fairly frustrating …

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Gmail’s quick-access panel is making its way to Docs and Calendar

A quick-access panel was introduced with Gmail’s redesign. Users can access Google Tasks, Calendar, and Keep. The panel is now being added to Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, and Calendar. With the release of the Gmail redesign, Google introduced a quick-access panel. The panel allows users to quickly some of the …

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