Daily News – 12th of March 2019
What’s new

Russia has blocked encrypted email service ProtonMail

ProtonMail is one of the most secure email providers with its end-to-end encrypted service. The block was ordered by the nation’s Federal Security Service and has been implemented by internet providers in the country. ProtonMail users are now unable to send and receive email via the service, although they can still access their inbox.
You can read more here. 

US told Germany to stop using Huawei equipment or lose some intelligence access

The US’ Ambassador to Germany wrote a letter to Germany’s economy minister warning that the US would limit its intelligence sharing with the country if it lets Chinese vendors like Huawei participate in building its 5G networks.
More info are available here. 

New products

Moto G7 Power

The phone will have a 6.2-inch display and a 5,000 mAh battery. It will come with a 12MP main camera and an 8MP front camera.
More info here. 

Huawei P30 lite

Huawei P30 lite will have a 6.15-inch display, Kirin 710 processor and a 3,240mAh battery. It will come with triple camera on the back with 20 + 16 + 2MP sensors.
More info here. 

You might want to know about this

Apple will launch a TV streaming and video service at an event on March 25

Apple will introduce a new streaming TV service that will offer iPhone and iPad owners access to free original shows that will be provided along with the option to sign up for other streaming services. The TV service is expected to launch globally.
You can read more here. 

Adobe Shockwave will be discontinued on April 9th

The multimedia platform will be discontinued and the Shockwave player for Windows won’t be available for download. Adobe discontinued the Adobe Director app used to create Shockwave content in February 2017, and the company stopped offering the macOS version of the Shockwave player in March 2017.
More info can be found here. 


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