Honor V30 Pro will have OLED screen with dual punch holes, 60MP rear cam and Kirin 990 5G

The Honor V30 will be a flagship that can challenge even the Mate 30. Some promo photos of the device have surfaced on Weibo, showing a square camera on the back reminiscent of the Mate 20. There will be two models – Honor V30 and V30 Pro – both of which will have a punch hole selfie camera. The V30 Pro will actually have two punch holes in its OLED screen, the vanilla V30 will have a single selfie cam on its LCD. The rear camera on the back is more interesting, the main sensor is said to be 60MP. Not 64MP, indicating that this is a sensor we haven’t seen yet (it’s similar to the… Read more: gsmarena.com

Rebekah Vardy ‘hires IT experts’ over Coleen Rooney leak claims

Vardy suggests someone else with access to her Instagram account could have leaked stories to the Sun Rebekah Vardy has said she is calling in forensic computer experts to examine who had access to her Instagram account following an extraordinary dispute with fellow footballer’s wife Coleen Rooney over the leaking of private information to the Sun. Vardy, who was on holiday in Dubai with her footballer husband, Jamie, when the story broke, has denied claims that she provided the stories to the newspaper – despite apparently being caught in an elaborate sting operation that involved Rooney posting fake updates to see which appeared in the media. Continue reading… Read more: theguardian.com

Microsoft releases Windows 10 20H1 Build 18999 and adds calling to Your Phone

The Windows Insider program is currently looking for a new leader, but new Windows 10 builds from the 20H1 branch, due out next May, are continuing to roll out on a weekly basis. Build 18999 makes the ability to move and resize Cortana’s window available to all Insiders, and calling is now available in the Your Phone app. If you have the Your Phone app on an Android device, you’ll now be able to answer — or indeed ignore — incoming phone calls on your PC. Microsoft lists the following features: Answer incoming phone calls on your PC. Initiate phone… [Continue Reading] Read more: betanews.com

Samsung Galaxy Fit Review

To date, Samsung has tried and tested wearables in various form factors, including smartwatches and fitness bands, in an attempt to find the middle ground. Recently, the South Korean giant refreshed its fitness tracker lineup with the Galaxy Fit, which is expected to compete Fitbit Inspire HR, Mi Band 4, and Honor Band 5 in terms of features. As per the company claims, the Galaxy Fit is made for all types of fitness enthusiasts, from casual runners to athletes. Is the Galaxy Fit a worthy device at Rs. 8,999? Design In terms of design, the Galaxy Fit looks minimal and straightforward. At just 23 grams, it is incredibly light, and I didn’t feel the band during my sleep. It comes …

New Pixel 4 leaks show the Panda colorway, confirm AT&T availability

With less than two weeks to go until Google unveils its Pixel 4 lineup, the rumor mill has spun so much that there is basically nothing noteworthy left to know. We’ve seen all the key specs, design, camera and software capabilities of the new phones so all that’s left is for Google to release them at its event on October 15. A new render of the black and white “Panda” model popped up and gives us a clear look at the device from the front and back. As with past Panda colored Pixels, we have a white back with a black contrasting camera cutout but this year we also get a black side… Read more: gsmarena.com

The four big US carriers want to help you get rid of passwords, but you’ll have to wait

Image: ZenKey Last September, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon announced Project Verify, a way to log into apps without making a new account or password by instead relying on your smartphone to authenticate your identity. Think of it like the buttons you’ve likely seen that let you sign into apps and websites using your Facebook or Google account. Now, Project Verify has an official name — ZenKey — and it’s starting to roll out, albeit very slowly. ZenKey’s pitch is that you should be able to use your phone, the device that’s already on you all the time, as a way to verify your identity, and in a way that goes beyond the now-standard SMS authentication that has in the …

Sharp S7 announced in Japan with 1-week battery life and Android One

On Tuesday, Sharp announced a new smartphone for Japan. The Sharp S7 is a rebranded variant of the Sharp Aquos Sense 3 Lite – only it comes with a couple of new hardware features like a power-efficient display and a large 4,000 mAh battery. Sharp also claims this device can last up to 1-week on a single charge. Judging by the antenna lines, we infer this phone has a metal back cover, something we haven’t seen in a few years since most phone makers switched to glass builds. The phone measures 147 x 70 x 8.9 mm and weigs 167 grams. The display is a 5.5-inch IGZO LCD panel with a… Read more: gsmarena.com

The Kindle is getting a Kids Edition bundle for younger readers

Amazon’s been offering Kids Edition versions of its Fire tablets for years, and now it’s bringing a bundle to its Kindle e-readers with a new Kindle Kids Edition. The move makes a lot of sense, given that Amazon already pushes reading and education pretty heavily with its FreeTime service on the Fire tablets. It’s only logical that the company would expand that program to its Kindle e-readers, too. Like the Kids Edition tablets, this bundle includes four main parts: the device, (which is the exact same hardware as Amazon’s latest entry-level Kindle), a durable case to protect it, a year of Amazon’s FreeTime service, and a two-year extended replacement guarantee if the device breaks. The big draw here is FreeTime, …

FreeRadius EAP types

Trying to setup a Radius server that can be used (at some point) for WPA3-Enterprise authentication. What are the best practices for such a setup in terms of EAP type? I am seeing some threads that seem to imply EAP-TLS is required for WPA3-Enterprise, but I think I'm misinterpreting that. I think the most secure is probably EAP-TLS with only certificates that can be revoked on each and every device, fully trusted. However, that requires a lot of implementation work – what would the most secure implementation be that does not require an installed certificate on the client device? Between TTLS, PEAP, MSCHAPv2 – which is the most secure? From my (limited) research, it appears that some of these methods …

You can now ask Google to ‘move the music’ to a different room

Photography by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Want music to follow you around your house? You can now ask Google Assistant for that by saying, “Hey Google, move the music to the living room.” At least, you can if you have a house filled with Google Home smart speakers, Google Nest Hub displays, and / or Chromecast dongles. Google just upgraded its multiroom audio offering with a feature it’s calling Stream Transfer. Previously, you could music you were already playing on additional speakers, but why leave it playing in a room you aren’t using anymore? I just tried the feature, and it’s as simple as it sounds: start playing music on one Google Cast device, then ask Google Assistant to …

All-new Kindle Kids Edition available to pre-order for under £100 on Amazon

TL;DR: The all-new Kindle Kids Edition is available to pre-order for £99.99 on Amazon, and will be released on Oct. 30. Amazon is set to release a bunch of new tablets and e-readers, and the good news is that you can now pre-order these to ensure that you are one of the first to receive them. One of these devices is an all-new Kindle Kids Edition, which is actually a 10th generation Kindle, just with a few essential extras. This device comes with a kid-friendly cover, a two-year worry-free guarantee, and a one-year Fire for Kids Unlimited subscription with access to absolutely loads of books including Harry Potter. Read more… More about Kindle, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Uk, Uk Deals, and Kindle …

Google now requires Digital Wellbeing and USB-C PD charging standard for new Android phones

Google introduced new guidelines that Android device makers must follow in order to use its services, according to a technical document obtained by XDA Developers. Of what we’ve seen so far, one of the more notable changes is that Google will require new Android devices to be compatible with USB-C PD chargers. USB-C PD is an open standard for USB-C that allows for fast charging speeds. But as is often the case with new standards, it’s something that some manufacturers have skirted in favor of proprietary fast-charging methods. According to testing done by Android Authority, OnePlus’ Warp Charge, Samsung’s Fast Charge, and other technologies haven’t played nicely with third-party accessories in the past. In order to get the advertised… Continue …

Alleged EtherDelta hacker in federal court over $1.4M cryptocurrency plot

Alleged hacker Anthony Tyler Nashatka, also known as “psycho,” faced US federal court yesterday over a plot to steal $1.4 million worth of cryptocurrency from users of token exchange EtherDelta. Authorities charged Nashatka, alongside his alleged accomplice Elliott Gunton, with counts of conspiracy to commit computer fraud and abuse, wire fraud, aggravated identity theft, among others. The indictment claims that in December of 2017, Nashatka conspired to target EtherDelta to obtain the private keys of its users, as well as other sensitive information, in order to steal their cryptocurrency. It also alleges Nashatka and his co-conspirators unlawfully used one victim’s identity… This story continues at The Next Web Read more: thenextweb.com

Panos Panay stops by The Vergecast to show off the Surface Duo

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge On a special episode of The Vergecast, chief product officer of Microsoft, Panos Panay, joins Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel and senior editor Tom Warren a few hours after Microsoft’s Surface hardware event to talk about the new Surface lineup — including the company’s upcoming dual-screen devices. Panay also talks about why Microsoft is using Android for its Duo device, the company’s relationship with Google, and the future of the Surface Neo / Duo form factor. Below is a lightly edited transcript of the conversation. Nilay Patel: Panos Panay, chief product officer at Microsoft. Welcome to The Vergecast. Panos Panay: Thanks, man. It’s great to be here. NP: Thank you for coming on. …

Oral-B Genius 9000 CrossAction electric toothbrush on sale for over £100 off on Amazon

TL;DR: The powerful Oral-B Genius 9000 CrossAction electric toothbrush is on sale for £109, saving you 64% on list price. Electric toothbrush deals are pretty common, and if you ever come across a device online at full price, we recommend holding out for an offer. It won’t be long until that price falls. That’s not to say that all of these deals are great deals. It’s not everyday that an electric toothbrush falls in price by over £100, and it’s even less common to see a discount of almost £200. That’s what we’ve got though guys, and this is your chance to save big on the Oral-B Genius 9000 CrossAction electric toothbrush. Read more… More about Mashable Shopping, Electric Toothbrush, …

Cisco ISE Wireless 802.1x Compute Auth

Cisco ISE Wireless 802.1x Computer Auth*** I’m setting up Cisco ISE with a Cisco WLC to allow only Domain Joined Computers on the the Network (That single SSID). It’s a Windows 7 native supplicant which I configured for WPA2 enterprise AES and used the Computer Authentication Only (in the new wireless network setup). The client is unable to connect. ISE is showing the following error: “client didn't provide suitable ciphers that are allowed on ise” I have my policy admission criteria configured to Radius called station ends with [ssid name]. Inside of the policy AuthC is set to check AD and AuthZ is configured to PEAP and Member of domain Computer. This is on ISE 2.6 patch 2. Any idea …