Daily News – 19th of July 2019
What’s new

Microsoft notified 10,000 people that hackers from Iran, North Korea and Russia are targeting their emails

The company revealed that around 84 percent of these attacks are aimed at businesses, while the remaining 16 percent are targeted at personal email accounts. Majority of the attacks came from three countries: Iran (Holmium and Mercury), North Korea (Thallium) and Russia (Yttrium and Strontium).
You can read more here. 

European Commission fined Qualcomm €242 million

EU concluded that Qualcomm used abusive pricing to force its main rival, UK-based company Icera, out of the market by selling its UMTS chipsets below cost to two customers: Huawei and ZTE. The investigation, which was triggered by a complaint filed by Icera, dates back to 2015, and relates to Qualcomm business practices between 2009 and 2011.
More info are available here. 

New products

Xiaomi Black Shark 2 Pro

Black Shark 2 Pro will have Snapdragon 855 Plus processor and a 4100 mAh battery. It will be launched on July 30.
More info here. 

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

The tablet will have a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display and a Snapdragon 855 processor. It will come with a 6,840 mAh battery.
More info here. 

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VMware will acquire Bitfusion

Bitfusion has created an elastic and virtual OS for hardware accelerators. VMware plans to use Bitfusion’s technology to support AI and machine learning-based workloads on premise and in hybrid cloud environments. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.
You can read more here. 

Huawei said HongMeng OS is not for smartphones and will continue using Android

Huawei said Hongmeng operating system is for industrial use and the system has been in development long before the current discussions around finding an alternative to Android. The company added that HongMeng is very secure because of fewer lines of codes compared to a mobile OS and has an extreme low latency compared with a smartphone operating system.
More info can be found here. 


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