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OnePlus TV vs Motorola TV vs Xiaomi Mi TV?4X: Gear up for these new 4K smart?TVs in India



Xiaomi set the trend for smartphone brands to venture into smart TVs. Now more companies like Motorola and OnePlus have joined the trend. Xiaomi recently launched its biggest smart TV in India, while Motorola launched a series of smart TVs. OnePlus is slated to launch its first smart TV in India tomorrow.

Xiaomi’s smart TVs like its smartphones offer premium features at affordable prices. Motorola’s smart TVs also range between Rs 13,999 and Rs 64,999 catering to each price category in the market. OnePlus TV which will possibly be the most exciting launch so far going by the latest teasers. We take a closer look at the smart TVs from Xiaomi, Motorola and OnePlus.

OnePlus TV

Starting with OnePlus TV, the company has so far revealed some features of its new device. OnePlus TV will feature a 55-inch 4K OLED display and Gamma Color processor. It is equipped to offer 50W of sound output from eight speakers. The smart TV will also have Dolby Atmos support. OnePlus TV will come with a smart remote which features a Google Assistant button, volume rocker and USB Type-C port. OnePlus TV will come with features like automatic voice control for incoming calls and shortcut for apps.

Motorola TV

Motorola TVs are available in 32-inch, 43-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch models with Full HD and UHD screen resolutions. These smart TVs run on Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box. In terms of features, Motorola smart TVs are equipped with MEMC technology which enables higher refresh rate for gaming and fast moving video content. The premium models of Motorola smart TVs feature 30W speakers with AmphiSoundX technology and DTS TruSurround Sound.

Motorola TVs will start selling in India during Flipkart Big Billion Days sale from September 29.

Xiaomi Mi TV 4X

Xiaomi recently updated its Mi TV lineup with Mi TV 4X 65-inch, Mi TV 4X 50-inch, Mi TV 4X 43-inch and Mi TV 4A 40-inch. The first three models offer 4K HDR display while the Mi TV 4A 40-inch comes with a full HD screen. Xiaomi’s new Mi TV range starts at Rs 24,999 and goes up to Rs 54,999. Of these the 65-inch model is the biggest Mi TV the company has launched in India. It comes with WCG, 20W speakers, and Dolby DTS-HD. It also has features like ‘Vivid Colour Engine’ and houses slim 11mm bezels.


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Google Expands Dark Web Monitoring for Gmail Users: Protecting Your Online Security



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Google has made an announcement stating its plans to extend Dark Web monitoring to all Gmail users in the United States, with a later expansion to international markets. This new feature will allow Gmail users to conduct scans to check if their Gmail address appears on the Dark Web, and they will receive guidance on how to take necessary actions to protect themselves.

Previously, the Dark Web scan feature was exclusively available to Google One subscribers in the US. However, within the next few weeks, it will become accessible to all Gmail users. Google also mentioned its intention to expand access to the Dark Web report to selected international markets.

Jen Fitzpatrick, SVP of Google Core services, highlighted that the company already safeguards Gmail users from approximately 15 billion unwanted messages on a daily basis. They achieve this by blocking over 99.9 percent of spam, phishing attempts, and malware. Furthermore, Google intends to enhance spam protection within Google Drive. They will introduce a new view that simplifies the sorting and reviewing of files, allowing users to identify potential spam and protect themselves from unwanted or harmful content.

To further enhance user safety, Google Drive will automatically classify content into a spam view, similar to the functionality in Gmail. This will prevent users from encountering dangerous or undesirable files. Additionally, Google is launching a new tool called “About this Image” to assist individuals in evaluating the credibility of visual content discovered online. This tool will provide users with important contextual information about images, such as the date of first indexing by Google, where it was initially found, and where else it has appeared online, including news, social, or fact-checking sites.

Google has recently become the first major technology company to enable passkey sign-in on its platform. Passkeys combine the high level of security offered by 2-Step Verification (2SV) with the convenience of simply unlocking the device.

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Google Authenticator Introduces Google Account Synchronization for Easier 2FA Code Backup



Google Authenticator is a valuable Google service that is underutilized by many people. With the increasing adoption of two-factor authentication (2FA), it is becoming apparent that relying on text messages as a second form of verification is not secure enough. Therefore, using a service like Google Authenticator is an easy alternative to switch to.

Although using Google Authenticator is generally easy, it can become complicated if the device storing your 2FA codes is lost or stolen. However, Google has announced a change to Google Authenticator that should help users deal with this situation. The service now supports Google Account synchronization on both iOS and Android, allowing users to back up their one-time codes to their Google Account. This is a significant improvement.

Google has received feedback over the years regarding the complexity of dealing with a lost or stolen device when using Google Authenticator. The account synchronization feature should make this less of an issue, as your codes can now be stored in your Google Account. The new version of Authenticator with account synchronization should be rolling out as version 6.0. Users simply need to update the app to the newest version and follow some prompts to get started.

The update process is straightforward, with the first prompt asking users to choose their Google Account to sync to. From there, users can start adding codes, switch between light and dark mode, transfer accounts, change accounts, and more. Additionally, the app icon has been updated from the old grey “G” logo to a more colorful image.

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Govt blocks several social media handles circulating fake, inciting content



In the midst of the enormous lockdown on contemptuous posts, sources said that the hostile substance actioned related to the counterfeit video of a cupboard instructions, an enlivened phony video showing viciousness against the Prime Minister, and disparaging posts focusing on Hindu ladies transferred via web-based media handles.

The public authority has hindered a few web-based media handles that were coursing “counterfeit and affecting” content on Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook, Minister of State for IT Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar said on Saturday.

Proprietors of these records are being recognized for activity under the law, he added.

“Taskforce on Safe and Trusted Internet at @GoI_MeitY at work. Handles that attempted to push counterfeit/inducing content on twitter, youtube, fb, insta have been impeded,” Chandrasekhar Tweeted on Saturday.

The pastor said proprietors of such records are being distinguished for activity under the law, and declared that stages will be investigated on their due steadiness.

On Friday evening, the pastor had reacted to a tweet that encouraged him to make a move against the “makers of an exceptionally fierce video that includes the PM”, which “has been in the public area since December 2020”.

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