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BMW Android Auto Integration Coming in 2020

Published on 12/12/2019 @ 6 AM EST

On Wednesday (Dec 11, 2019), BMW announced that the integration of Android Auto into its cars will start in July 2020. In fact, this will be a wireless Android Auto system that offers Google’s smartphone-powered in-car infotainment option without requiring owners to plug in.

Amazon is Launching a Home Internet Service

Published on 12/12/2019 @ 6 AM EST

The plan is to use low Earth orbit satellites for bringing Broadband to a larger part of the world. It's being developed under a subsidiary called Kuiper Systems. The network is supposed to have 3,236 satellites with the aim of covering remote and rural areas. Once it goes live, this network is projected to cover about 95% of the world's population.

The best Mac Pro configuration will cost you $52,599

Published on 12/11/2019 @ 2 AM EST

Yes, you heard that right. The new Mac Pro is on sale, starting today, for $5,999. But, if you are willing to customize it to the best possible configuration - the pricing can go up to $52, 599. At that price, you'll get the 2.5GHz, 28-core Intel Xeon W processor, 4TB of storage, two Radeon Pro Vega II Duo cards (32GB of RAM each), as well as 1.5TB of RAM.

Chrome 79 releases today with improved security

Published on 12/11/2019 @ 2 AM EST

The new Google Chrome 79 is loaded with tons of security improvements, the most prominent being password protection. Chrome will now be able to tell you when your password has been stolen alongside other phishing improvements as well as real-time protection.

China makes sweeping government ban on devices

Published on 12/09/2019 @ 10 AM EST

As of now, every government department is banned from using US-made technology, with a plan for eliminating the devices in full by 2022 for local alternatives. The ban extends to public bodies as well and will include brands such as Apple, Microsoft, HP, and Dell.

Google Calendar app updates for events

Published on 12/09/2019 @ 10 AM EST

Users can now move calendar events between one calendar and another, simplifying the previously arduous task of deleting and recreating. The option is under “reassign” in the three-dot menu for each event. The feature isn’t live for all users just yet as the app update gets rolled out.