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North Korea Wants U.S. to Soften Stance Before Talks Can Begin

North Korea Wants U.S. to Soften Stance Before Talks Can Begin

Following the launch, one of the most vocal voices in the chorus of those denouncing North Korea and its leader Kin Jong-un was that of the USA ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, who went as far as to suggest that Kim was " in a state of paranoia " and vowed that Washington would proceed with " tightening the screws " on the pariah state.



Shadow Brokers teases more Windows exploits and cyberespionage data

Russia-linked hacking group The Shadow Brokers has warned of a new release of exploits next month, in an update which will likely cause sweaty palms at the NSA. When the Shadow Brokers released those details, Microsoft claimed that "other than reporters, no individual or organization has contacted us in relation to the materials released by the Shadow Brokers", but also acknowledged certain cases where it would not reveal the source of a disclosure.



GE Appliances to get Google voice control option

This is will be used to enable the clustering of job searches, so that when users enter a keyword, related words will be used to give job seekers a wider range of options. From its voice-based digital Assistant to photo sharing and automatic image recognition, AI is everywhere it can possibly be in Google's product portfolio.



Google Assistant Integrated With Android Pay Revolutionises The Way We Send Money

Additionally, Google plans to expand the Assistant's functionality for shopping, allowing you to purchase items via voice command similar to the current feature on Google Home . Rumours suggest that Android Go phones will land in India by Diwali this year, as suggested by a senior executive from the mobile industry who wanted to be anonymous.



Android Go to be released around October in India

So it might be a win-win situation for both Google and its partners. Basically, Google has built on the image recognition technology and built this feature where Google Assist goes and fetches the information about the image in focus. The app's AI looks at photos you've taken that you've not shared, and decide which ones the people in them might want to see - which Google says will help you be "not a bad person".



Steps to Protect Critical Business Data from WannaCry Ransomware Attack

Those hit by WannaCry also failed to heed warnings previous year from Microsoft to disable a file sharing feature in Windows known as SMB, which a covert hacker group calling itself Shadow Brokers had claimed was used by NSA intelligence operatives to sneak into Windows PCs.