Latest tech news today - August 26,2019
Amazon Sued by Publishers ..Audiobooks giant, Audible an Amazon owned Company was reportedly sued by top publishers of US. This is because of the latest feature introduced by the site, which will display the text while reading the books(a kind of Closed Caption feature) using artificial intelligence. Publishers say, it violates copyrights, as audible claims to have permission only to read the book in audio format, and doesn't own permission to display texts.
Oneplus TV Specifications revealed
Oneplus the revolutionary smartphone brand is set to launch its Android tv this September. Though company has kept the specifications secret, rumors start to build and leaked by various people. One of the popular leaker has now revealed the specifications of the 1+ TV.
More info on the @OnePlus TV "OnePlus_Dosa_IN" I talked about yesterday.— Android TV Rumors (@androidtv_rumor) August 23, 2019
It's using a Mediatek MT5670 (no info found on it, so far) with a good Mali-G51 MP3 GPU. And of course, #AndroidTV 9.
ATV only allows 1080p for the TV menus, don't worry TV is 4K for compatible content. pic.twitter.com/RuS8TgYBJF
Hostinger resets clients passwords after security Incident.
Hostinger, the famous Web hosting company has revealed that it will reset all its client passwords after the security incident happened two days ago.
the company said in its Official blog.
We have reset all Hostinger Client passwords as a precautionary measure following a recent security incident. We are taking this extremely seriously and want to let everyone know what has happened and the immediate steps we have taken to protect our Clients’ security.
During this incident, an unauthorized third party has gained access to our internal system API, one of which had access to hashed passwords and other non-financial data about our customers.
We have restricted the vulnerable system, and such access is no longer available.
We are in contact with the respective authorities.
More news will be updated soon.