Details about the hacker's identity is not addressed in the company's blog post . While Reddit has two-factor authentication in place for its employees, it used SMS-based authentication, which is less secure than other methods. Reddit contacted law enforcement . He did not say how the employees' passwords were compromised, nor how the attacker was able to intercept the SMSes with the additional authentication factor.
The DJI Mavic 2 Zoom will be the standard model, but it will have a 2x optical zoom lens on board. Whether the delay of the announcement was due to the announcement of rival Parrot's Anafi drone we'll never know, but as that drone features a zoom lens it is possible DJI have worked quickly behind the scenes to incorporate the same technology in the new Mavic 2 Zoom.
Back in 2016, the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that he would expect an iPad Pro with Face ID "in the second half of 2018". In comparison, the dimensions of the existing 10.5-inch iPad Pro are 250.6 x 174.1 x 6.1mm. The new iPad Pros will be compact and yet offer the same delightful viewing experience with its True Tone display technology. First of all, there will be two iPad Pro models.
It's a term Instagram product director Ameet Ranadive used in explaining the new feature to Recode . Our hope is that these tools give people more control over the time they spend on our platforms. When they do roll out, though, you'll be able to access them by going to Settings on either app. The interface looks similar to what we've seen in iOS 12's Screen Time feature, and that's not a surprise.
Data released by market tracker Counterpoint Research in July showed Samsung's latest Galaxy 9 Plus premium handset had been overtaken by Apple's iPhone 8 as the world's top-selling smartphone. For everyone else, there's the Galaxy Tab A 10.5. For a big screen experience, you can now extend your workspace via a compatible USB-C to HDMI adapter without requiring a Samsung DeX Station or DeX pad.
Screen cutouts are created to solve a problem. The guidelines have also thrown up a few rules for Android OEMs. Most importantly, Google states that there can be no more than two display cutouts (notches) on one device. This gives app developers the power to account for notches during the design process. But it's always possible we see some insane designs with a lot of different notches from a manufacturer that doesn't have to follow those rules.