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Xiaomi 11T and 11T Pro will be released in China in November as part of the Redmi K40S series

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According to the source, the Xiaomi 11T and 11T Pro, which recently debuted in Europe, will soon receive a Chinese registration, but they will be called differently – Redmi K40S and Redmi K40S Pro. However, the Redmi K40S series will have not two, but three models. It is possible that the renamed 11T Lite 5G NE will be the third.

This is what Xiaomi 11T Pro looks like, and this is how Redmi K40S Pro might look like

At the same time, the Redmi K40S will be somewhat different from the 11T. So, for example, it is reported that the base model of the series will be built on the Snapdragon 870 platform (11T – MediaTek Dimensity 1200) and will receive a 64-megapixel camera (11T – 108-megapixel). It is possible that there may be other differences, for example, in battery capacity and charging speed.

The premiere of Redmi K40S may take place at the end of October, and real sales will start for the annual large-scale sale starting on November 11.

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Large AMOLED screen, stainless steel body, eSIM, heart rate and SpO2 sensors, ECG recording, up to 16 days of battery life. Oppo Watch 2 ECG smartwatch goes on sale in China

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Oppo has announced the start of pre-sales of the Oppo Watch 2 ECG smartwatch in China. The official premiere of the device took place on September 16, now you can buy a new product on pre-order terms in China for the equivalent of $ 360, and retail sales will start on November 1, but the price of the watch will rise to $ 390.

The Oppo Watch 2 ECG is a variant of the Oppo Watch 2 with two important differences. Firstly, this version of the watch supports ECG recording, and secondly, it allows continuous monitoring of blood oxygenation. However, it will not be superfluous to recall the rest of the device’s characteristics. The Oppo Watch 2 is equipped with a 1.92-inch AMOLED screen, is equipped with two chips (Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100 and Apollo4s) and lasts from 4 to 16 days of battery life, depending on the intensity of use of various functions. Also, the watch is equipped with a built-in SIM card, is endowed with a stainless steel case, supports comprehensive sleep monitoring and more than 100 training modes.

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Trump’s social network developers accused of illegal use of program code

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The Software Freedom Conservancy claims Trump Media and Technology Group copied the open source code of the decentralized social network Mastodon, created a new social network based on it.

The Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC), a not-for-profit organization that enforces the rights of open source software developers and the rules for using open licenses, accused in violation of the AGPLv3 license of the Trump social network developers Truth Social.

The Software Freedom Conservancy says that the developers of the service used the open source code of the decentralized social network Mastodon in violation of the license agreement.

Although the Mastodon code is free and free, the projects using it must comply with the terms of the Affero General Public License (or AGPLv3), among which is the mandatory availability of the project source code for all its users. Trump’s media company does not yet provide such an opportunity to TRUTH Social users and calls the social network a proprietary development.

The Software Freedom Conservancy gave Trump Media and Technology Group 30 days to improve, writes The Verge. Otherwise, the use of open source Mastodon will be prohibited for the company.

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Facebook end-to-end encryption will give foreign intelligence services surveillance capabilities

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Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen criticized the company’s decision to transfer correspondence in its services to end-to-end encryption.

The introduction of end-to-end encryption in Facebook messengers could negatively affect the privacy of users and lead to increased surveillance by intelligence agencies. This opinion was expressed by a former employee of Mark Zuckerberg’s company, Frances Haugen, reports TASS.

According to her, after the launch of encryption in the Messenger application and the social network Instagram, which are owned by Facebook, the company will lose the ability to track possible “malicious operations of special services representatives.” “End-to-End Encryption Will Allow Facebook to Eliminate [от модерирования контента] and serve as an excuse for inaction, “Haugen said ahead of her October 25 speech in the British Parliament as part of discussions on online security bill.

The social network itself does not agree with this point of view. In their opinion, the introduction of end-to-end encryption in Facebook Messenger and Instagram applications, on the contrary, is aimed primarily at protecting the privacy of users and will protect them not only from foreign surveillance, but also from hackers.

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