Daily News – 5th of November 2019
What’s new

Adobe, Twitter and the New York Times design new standard for content authenticity

Adobe, Twitter and the New York Times announced the Content Authenticity Initiative that aims to create a standard for digital media attribution. The goal is to permanently attach the identity of original content creators to their work so they get credit for it and give consumers a sense of authenticity of content they see online.
You can read more here. 

Google Play Points rewards program was launched in the US

Google says the program will let users earn Play Points for anything they buy on Google Play, as well as for downloading “featured free apps and games”. Google Play Points first launched in Japan in September 2018 and South Korea in April 2019, and the company said that “millions” of people joined the program.
More info are available here. 

New products

Realme X2 Pro

X2 Pro has a 6.5-inch Fluid AMOLED display, Snapdragon 855+ processor and 6, 8, or 12GB of RAM. It comes with a 4,000 mAh battery.
More info here. 

Samsung Galaxy A51

The phone will have a 6.5-inch screen, Exynos 9611 processor and 4GB RAM. It will have quad camera on the back with 48MP, 12MP, 12MP and 5MP sensors.
More info here. 

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Apple is working with Valve on an AR headset

Valve might be partnering with Apple to bring the AR headset to market in the second half of 2020. It has been rumored for a while that Apple is working on some kind of AR glasses/headset project as its ‘next big thing’.
You can read more here. 

Dropbox now has a 100GB file transfer feature

The feature allows for sharing of very large files up to 100GB in size. Dropbox Transfer rolled out to a limited group of users last summer. Now Dropbox has announced that the feature is available for users on all plans of its service.
More info can be found here. 


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