Showing posts from August, 2019

Xiaomi Mi A3 launches in India with starting price of Rs 12,999.

Third Android powered Xiaomi Device is on sale August 23rd 2019  Highlights: 1)  The Xiaomi Mi A3 is the second phone in India with Snapdragon 665 processor.2)Xiaomi Mi A3 comes in two configurations. The base model of the Mi A3 includes 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. This model is priced at Rs 12,999. The second model of the phone comes with 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. This model of the phone comes for Rs 15,999. 3) It comes with 3 different colors. They are White, Blue and Grey. Specifications:1) Xiaomi A3 is a Upgraded Version of Mi A2.2)Processor :-The device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor.3) This device has a better Camera and hardware compared to MiA2. The phone is also alot better in terms of  performance. 4) Storage:- It comes in two variants 4GB-64 GB and 6GB-128GB. The storage can also be expanded upto 256GB5) Camera:- The phone includes 48MP primary camera + 8MP ultra-wide lens + 2MP portrait camera on the back. It also has a AI face unlo…

Jio and Microsoft to Partner for Cloud Solutions in India

Reliance Industries (RIL) on Monday announced partnership of its subsidiary Reliance Jio Infocomm with Microsoft in the technology space, including creation on cloud solutions. As per the partnership, Jio will leverage the Microsoft Azure cloud platform to develop innovative cloud solutions focused on the needs of Indian businesses.

Jio will also set up data centres in locations across India, consisting of next-generation compute, storage and networking capabilities, and Microsoft will deploy its Azure platform in these data centres to support Jio's offerings.

"The initial two data centres, which can house IT equipment consuming up to 7.5 MW of power, are being set up in the states of Gujarat and Maharashtra. These are targeted to be fully operational in calendar year 2020," a statement said.

"Jio's connectivity infrastructure that aims to connect everyone, everything, everywhere will promote the adoption of the Microsoft Azure cloud platform within its growing ecos…

Huawei announces HarmonyOS, an open-source platform for every device

Huawei kicked off its annual developer conference today, and it’s just announced HarmonyOS.

The new, open-source platform is ostensibly the final name for its Hongmeng OS.HarmonyOS is “the first microkernel-based distributed OS for all scenarios,” consumer group CEO Richard Yu told attendees at the Huawei Developer Conference.

The new platform supports smartphones, smart speakers, computers, smartwatches, wireless earbuds, cars, and tablets.In fact, Richard Yu says the platform supports RAM sizes ranging from kilobytes to gigabytes.Interestingly enough, Huawei says HarmonyOS won’t support root access.The Huawei CEO also noted that the platform will eventually support a range of apps, specifically noting that HTML5, Linux, and, crucially, Android apps will be compatible.“They will all be able to run on our OS in the future,” Yu says. Yu added that the ARK Compiler used in HarmonyOS app development will also support Kotlin, Java, Javascript, C, and C++.“HarmonyOS 1.0 will be first adopted…


Blacklist is list of items, such as usernames or IP addresses, that are denied access to a certain system or protocol. 
When a blacklist is used for access control, all entities are allowed access, except those listed in the blacklist. The opposite of a blacklist is a whitelist, which denies access to all items, except those included in the list.Blacklists have several applications in computing:

1) Web servers often include a blacklist that denies access from specific IP addresses or ranges of IPs, for security purposes.2) Firewalls may use a blacklist to deny access to individual users, systems located in certain regions, or computers with IPs within a certain subnet mask.3) Spam filters often include blacklists that reject certain e-mail addresses and specific message content.4) Programmers may implement blacklists within programs to prevent certain objects from being modified.

Since blacklists deny access to specific entities, they are best used when a limited number of items need to…