Asus unveiled the Zenbook 17 Fold OLED at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show. It can be called both a huge foldable tablet and a convertible laptop without a hardware keyboard.
Asus itself is positioning the Zenbook 17 Fold OLED as the world’s first laptop with an innovative foldable screen. Previously, a similar development was made by Lenovo – ThinkPad X1 Fold is similar, but has a much smaller size.
17.3-inch OLED touchscreen with 4: 3 aspect ratio and 2.5K resolution (2560 x 1920 pixels) can be folded in the middle to form two seamlessly adjacent 12.5-inch displays with an aspect ratio of 3: 2 and resolution 1920×1280 pixels each. The display is Pantone Validated, Dolby Vision HDR and TÜV Rheinland certified and supports 100% DCI-P3 color space coverage.
As the manufacturer explains, when combined with the Asus ErgoSense Bluetooth keyboard, the foldable design allows the Zenbook 17 Fold OLED to be used as a PC, laptop, tablet, e-reader or secondary display.
The device is based on Intel Core 12th generation U-series processors up to Core i7-1250U and Windows 11 operating system. There is also a 75 Wh battery, two ports, two USB Type-C ports with support for the Thunderbolt 4 interface, four Harman speakers Kardon.
The Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED will go on sale in mid-2022. The recommended price has not yet been announced.
Instagram reduces visibility of ‘potentially harmful’ content
Instagram is implementing a new dynamic to reduce the visibility of content that can be “potentially harmful”.
A new dynamic that is combined with user reports so that inappropriate content is far from our feed.
Instagram algorithm will hide inappropriate content
Last year, the Instagram team explained how the algorithm works to display the content we see in the feed. While multiple factors are combined, posts are displayed based on the user’s interests and how likely they are to engage with the content.
But nevertheless, Instagram It is also using the algorithm to remove visibility from posts with “potentially harmful content.” When such content is detected, the algorithm will send the post further down the feed.
And to apply this dynamic several factors are taken into account. On the one hand, the Instagram system will search for matches with previous content that has violated the platform’s policies. For example:
To understand if something might break our rules, we’ll look at things like whether a caption is similar to a caption that previously broke our rules.
And on the other hand, the algorithm also takes into account the user’s reporting history:
We will also consider the likelihood that you will report a post as one of the signals we use to personalize your Feed. If our systems predict that you’re likely to report a post based on your history of reporting content, we’ll display the post lower in your Feed.
Combining these factors, posts with content that is spammy, hateful, or violent will lose visibility, as they will rank last in the user’s feed. So beyond user reports, Instagram enhances its dynamics so that this type of content does not have visibility in your feed.
This will be the equivalent of Instagram’s “Close Friends” on Twitter
Twitter has been working in recent years to bring new experience control tools to its users, but there is still room for improvement. And looking at the “Close Friends” function of Instagram, the idea liked those responsible to the point of finding themselves working on a similar function.
In this regard, the blue bird platform already showed its interest in July of last year by presenting a similar conceptual function along with two others with the aim that users can enjoy greater control over their tweets and profiles on the platform.
Now, according to a new teardown of the Twitter version 9.27.0-beta.2 APK for Androidthe reverse engineering expert, Alessandro Paluzzi, has found new strings of code pointing to the upcoming release of the equivalent function but in the case of Twitter will be renamed Flock.
More control of the experience with this new tool
Although the new function is not yet available, even for users of the version, being currently in the development stage, Paluzzi has managed to put it into operation to know its behavior.
In this regard, it has been observed that If a user wants a tweet to have limited visibility only to known people, it will suffice to create a Flock, being able to add up to a maximum of 150 users, who will be the ones who will be able to see the tweet and comment on it.
These added users will receive a notification when they are already part of the Flock, but not when any of them have been removed from it. And it is that once published, the creator of the Flock will be able to add and remove users over time.
With Flock, users will be able to share things that they don’t want to spread publicly, allowing their tweets to be seen only by those they have added, avoiding discrepancies and bad behavior that would be in case the tweets become public.
It will be a matter of waiting for the new feature to arrive enabled in a future beta version to learn more about it before its public launch.
And as always, the fact that there are lines of code does not mean that the function will finally be there, since it is possible that Twitter can back down along the way.
Important Chrome Browser Security Services Update
Since the advent ofInternet, it was necessary to design interfaces to access it. This is how web browsers were born. Unfortunately, this giant network of communication is not without drawbacks. Indeed, ill-intentioned people called hackers use it to harm to everybody. It is surely with this in mind that the chrome browser has decided to make a major update to its security protocols.
In reality, this major overhaul will take place in two phase. New versions of said browser will be created in the coming months and will include security measures. security much safer than previous versions. It should be added that all browsers working with the chromium kernel (chromium) will have to be upgraded.
Many developers are at work in this large-scale project. These are, for example, Titouan Rigoudyn, engineer and software developers and Eiji Kitamura, expert engineer in web security.
Chrome 98 and 101: new security measures
The provisions embedded in the latest versions of this browser send a control request with the header ” Access-Control-Request-Private-Network “. Subsequently, this request must be validated and include the specification ” Access-Control-Allow-Private-Network : true.” »
“Chrome will start sending a preflight request CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) before any private network request for a sub-resource, which requests explicit permission from the target server” said Titouan Rigoudy and Eiji Kitamura . This means that from chrome 101, access to internal data by a site will be under control.
Basically, according to the engineers, all these provisions are intended to protect routers, as well as users against request forgeries leading to malicious domains
A general and mandatory evolution
In addition to Chrome, the browser edge Microsoft’s Chromium-based has added a new navigation mode to the beta channel (build 98.0.1108.23) to make it more secure. Furthermore, Microsoft declares: “This feature is a huge step forward as it allows us to mitigate unplanned zero active days (based on historical trends). »
The company continued in these terms: “When enabled, this feature brings hardware-enforced stack protection, arbitrary code protection (ACG), and content stream protection (CFG) as support for security mitigations. security to increase user safety on the web. »
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