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‘You misunderstood us’ – Meta claims it did not threaten to shut down Facebook and Instagram in Europe

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Meta has stated that it has “absolutely no desire to leave Europe”. The company clarified that it was misunderstood and that it did not threaten to remove Facebook and Instagram from European countries due to the uncertainty surrounding the transatlantic confidentiality agreement between America and the European Union.

Meta published a blog post in which it vehemently denies that it has ever threatened to shut down access to its core web resources, such as Facebook and Instagram, in the European Union. The company noted that it was simply “identifying a business risk associated with uncertainty regarding international data transfers.”

'You misunderstood us' - Meta claims it did not threaten to shut down Facebook and Instagram in Europe

International data transfer is at the heart of the global economy and supports many services that are fundamental to our daily lives. Businesses across industries need clear global rules to protect transatlantic data flows in the long term.

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The company previously said it “probably won’t be able to offer some of its most important products and services, including Facebook and Instagram, in Europe” unless the US and European Union ratify a new data transfer agreement. The company also stated that it cannot depend on other existing mechanisms.

After that, German Economy Minister Robert Habeck and French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said that Europe would do just fine without Facebook and Instagram.

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    May 7, 2022 at 09:48

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“I have an Android Galaxy Z Fold3.” Bill Gates reveals which smartphone he currently uses

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I have an Android Galaxy Z Fold3 Bill Gates reveals

The former head of Microsoft does not use the company’s smartphones. Answering a question about his mobile device on the Reddit forum, Bill Gates told what kind of smartphone he uses.

I have an Android Galaxy Z Fold3 Bill Gates reveals

I have an Android Galaxy Z Fold3. I try different ones. With this screen, I can get by with a great laptop and phone and don’t need anything else.

Third-party sources, of course, emphasize that Gates could use the Microsoft Surface Duo 2, but, like the first generation, this device failed in sales and is inferior to Samsung’s foldable flagship on literally all fronts.

As for other smartphones or the laptop he chose, Gates, unfortunately, did not disclose the details.

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Paid apps in Huawei AppGallery can be downloaded completely free of charge: Huawei has not yet responded

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Paid apps in Huawei AppGallery can be downloaded completely free

Since Huawei was under US sanctions, Huawei has been forced to switch to its own software solutions as it is banned from using Google services. One of them is the AppGallery app store, which has become a replacement for Google Play.

AppGallery has a pretty serious issue that one developer says has remained unresolved for months, even though he reported it to Huawei back in February. This vulnerability allows anyone with a little bit of technical skill, some free time, and a bit of inclination to put in a little effort to download and install any paid app from AppGallery without paying for it. Of course, for developers who support Huawei by releasing their apps in the AppGallery, this is very bad news.

Paid apps in Huawei AppGallery can be downloaded completely free of charge: Huawei has not yet responded

Dylan Roussel, the developer who discovered the problem, emphasizes that this vulnerability is on the side of Huawei, which still remains unresolved. The bottom line is that the AppGallery API does not offer any protection for paid apps.

Roussel himself was able to download and use several paid apps by exploiting this vulnerability. Obviously, this is a big problem, because with the active exploitation of the vulnerability, developers will receive less profit from the possible sale of their applications.

It remains to be hoped that Huawei will soon solve the problem.

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The new king of Android: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus is 10% faster and 30% more energy efficient than its predecessor

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The new king of Android Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

Tomorrow, Qualcomm will host an event where the company plans to unveil its flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus mobile platform. But the key characteristics of the single-chip system leaked before the announcement.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus (SM8475) will be manufactured using 4nm process technology by TSMC. The platform will offer an overall performance boost through overclocking. The processor will still retain the “1 + 3 + 4” architecture. It will receive the main Cortex-X2 core, three Cortex A710 cores and four Cortex-A510 cores.

The new king of Android: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus is 10% faster and 30% more energy efficient than its predecessor

According to well-known insider Digital Chat Station, the architecture of the CPU and GPU remained the same, but at the same time significantly (30%) improved energy efficiency. Productivity increased by 10%.

The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus will replace the existing Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and will soon be available in flagship smartphones from various brands.

Digital Chat Station was the first to report the specifications of Xiaomi 12 and Redmi K50.

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