Walyou » Technology http://walyou.com Cool Gadgets, New Gadgets, Tech News and Geek Design Wed, 22 Oct 2014 18:01:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.1 New Microsoft Remote Desktop App for Android Sports Better UI, Multiple Sessions http://walyou.com/microsoft-remote-desktop-app-android/ http://walyou.com/microsoft-remote-desktop-app-android/#comments Wed, 22 Oct 2014 18:01:18 +0000 http://walyou.com/?p=180268

While this is not exactly the first remote desktop app for Android developed by the Redmond giant, it features so many changes both in the user interface and functionality that it could be considered a new app entirely.

The first remote desktop app created by Microsoft for Google’s mobile OS was launched a year ago. The new app, which is currently in Beta stage, is listed separately in the Play Store, meaning that it’s more than just an update to the older one. Despite all that, a changelog from the stable version has been included, but maybe just to point out the improvements.

One of the main changes over the old app is the user interface, which went through a major overhaul. As all changes in this department, the new UI is meant to boost the app’s functionality by providing quicker access to essential controls and settings.

While still using the reliable RDP protocol, the new app now includes support for multiple sessions. In other words, you can have remote access to your work computer, along with the ones from home, all while being on the road (even though you probably shouldn’t run remote desktop apps while driving, no matter who developed them).

User accounts have also gone through a change, their management being now much improved over the previous version of the app. Regardless of the number of users, you must rest assured, as your connection to your computers will always be secure. Microsoft employs the Network Level Authentication (NLA) technology for that particular aspect.

Microsoft also tells us what to expect in the future releases. First of all, there’s access to Remote Resources via the Remote Desktop Gateway. Secondly, there will be Azure RemoteApp preview access.

The app is fairly new, so there aren’t that many reviews on the Play Store. In fact, at the time of writing, there were only three, and only two of them were favorable. Just a piece of advice for anyone writing reviews for an app store. Please state in your comment the reason you gave the app that rating, regardless if it’s positive or negative. A single word isn’t enough for summarizing why the app is good or bad. In the end, the device on which it’s used could influence the experience dramatically, and others may not have the same problem.

To install the Microsoft Remote Desktop Beta app, head over to Google Play Store and choose to have it downloaded to your devices.

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Google Adds an Extra Layer of Protection with USB Security Key http://walyou.com/google-2-step-authentication-usb-security-key/ http://walyou.com/google-2-step-authentication-usb-security-key/#comments Wed, 22 Oct 2014 16:49:03 +0000 http://walyou.com/?p=180263

Mountain View’s two-step authentication is about to get even better in Chrome, as the company announced the launch of physical USB Security Keys.

Until now, logging into your Google account while having the 2-step authentication active required you to enter either a code received on your phone via text message, or one generated by the Google Authenticator smartphone app (which in case you didn’t know, also works with Dropbox). Unlike Dropbox and other companies who have had security issues in the recent past, Google didn’t wait for its accounts to be compromised before beefing up its security measures, fact that should really be appreciated by its users.

In Google’s opinion, there are two reasons why the safety of the two-step authentication needed to be improved. First of all, there’s the risk of phishing. Hackers are able nowadays to replicate not only the login page to your Google account, but also the two-step authentication one. This way, if you’re not paying attention to what’s written in the address bar of your browser, you could become a victim and have your Google account compromised.

Secondly, there are situations when your smartphone doesn’t have a data connection, or when its battery runs out prior to using the Authenticator app. The USB Security Key, on the other hand, is always in your pocket, and can be attached to your keychain, so that you don’t misplace it.

The Google 2-Step Authentication Security Key isn’t pretentious in terms of the platform you’re using, as long as you have Chrome 38 or newer. In other words, it will work just fine on any device running ChromeOS, Windows, Mac OS, or Linux. Since both Chrome and the Security Key include the Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) open-standard developed by the FIDO Alliance, so any USB key compliant with this standard can be used.

Just to make sure that there are no misunderstandings, the Security Key isn’t here to entirely replace the codes that were used until now for the two-step authentication. As a matter of fact, you can continue using those, especially if you only use your Google account on mobile devices (even though USB OTG could be deployed in that case), or if you don’t use Chrome as your browser.

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Windows 10: Over 1 Million People Sign Up for Microsoft’s OS http://walyou.com/windows-10-over-1-million-people-sign-up-for-microsofts-os/ http://walyou.com/windows-10-over-1-million-people-sign-up-for-microsofts-os/#comments Tue, 21 Oct 2014 12:00:33 +0000 http://walyou.com/?p=180189

With Windows 10 being announced just weeks ago, over a million people have already signed up to test Microsoft’s upcoming operating system.

I have to hand it to Microsoft. Windows 8 was a stonking great disaster because they tried to do what they ‘thought’ we wanted, actually alienating many of us in the process. With Windows 10, the new operating system that they announced a few weeks ago, not only did they actually listen to our concerns and bring back most of the features we asked for, but they also prepared the Windows Insider Program. Meant to give tech enthusiasts, developers and critics alike a chance to poke holes into their new OS, the Windows Insider Program gives us an early chance to see what Windows 10 will look like when it launches next year. The WIP seems to be going well too as Microsoft has revealed that over 1 million people have signed up.

That doesn’t mean that 1 million people are running around with Windows 10 installed on their machines though, but as the WIP is the only (legal) way to gain access to the operating system, it’s a pretty good indication of how many people want to have at it. Furthermore, Microsoft is also fairly certain that people are genuinely using it (as opposed to downloading it just for bragging rights) as 64% are using Windows 10 on actual PCs and 36% are using it on Virtual Machines which suggests that plenty of people are using it in their day to day.

This actually quite large pool of early Windows 10 testers is actively helping the OS become better for the rest of us too. Microsoft adds that they’ve gathered over 200,000 pieces of feedback from testers. Granted, that could be anything from ‘Windows 10 sux!!11!!’ to genuine responses but it bodes well given how much the company failed to listen last time with Windows 8.

We’ll keep you posted once we know more.

Source: Windows

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Mastercard and Zwipe Create World’s First Biometric Credit Card http://walyou.com/mastercard-zwipe-biometric-payment-card/ http://walyou.com/mastercard-zwipe-biometric-payment-card/#comments Mon, 20 Oct 2014 20:09:48 +0000 http://walyou.com/?p=180182

Thought that PINs and chips provided you with enough safety to have peace of mind? Wait till you see the first ever fingerprint payment card that Mastercard created in collaboration with Zwipe.

Contactless credit cards have been a thing for a few years now, but they still have some limitations. For example, there’s a maximum amount that can be paid using a contactless card, and that amount is not that great. Of course, these limits depend on the bank that issued the card, and can be modified by the owner of the card, sometimes. Still, being able to pay without ever entering PINs, swiping the card or minding the limits should be the way to go. All this, while still being safe, obviously. Mastercard and Zwipe have developed a product that should solve all these problems, in the form of a biometric payment card, the first of its kind, actually.

Another problem with conventional contactless CC was that their main selling point was also their greatest downside. Using specialized RFID readers, thieves could get really close to your back or your pocket and steal the card’s information. While the RFID technology adds an extra layer of security to credit cards, passports and soon enough, ID cards, it also opens the way for identity theft.

The Zwipe MasterCard takes less than a second to scan your fingerprint. There are no indicators to show whether it worked or not, and the only proof is actually provided by the POS. In fact, the finger needs to remain on the scanner until the payment is confirmed. The Zwipe V3 Evolution, the fingerprint Capture & Match-On-Card (CMOC), is a great step forward in CC security, as it requires no other investments in the infrastructure, the way chips did.

The CMOC system should allow multiple persons to register their fingerprint on a single card. There are occasions when people send their friends or relatives to do some shopping with their card, and if only the owner of the card is able to pay using the biometric authentication, then there’s a problem.

It may sound very safe for now, but I expect this type of biometric authentication to go down the same road that Apple and Samsung’s fingerprint readers went: hacked within days after the launch. Still, to use it, thieves would need to get their hands on the physical card, which is a tad more diffcult.

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4 Amazing Product Reveals from Apple’s iPad Event http://walyou.com/4-amazing-product-reveals-from-apples-ipad-event/ http://walyou.com/4-amazing-product-reveals-from-apples-ipad-event/#comments Mon, 20 Oct 2014 12:00:18 +0000 http://walyou.com/?p=180143

After their September event saw the reveal of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple’s October conference showed us new iPads, iMacs and more.

Oh Apple, you sly old dogs you. When their September event began, they promptly threw down the gauntlet and challenged each and every one of their competitors to step up to the plate. Apple’s freshly announced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones would be more powerful than ever before, have a better battery life and would even be optimised for mobile game developers. Those are some beefy specs to trifle with.

Despite the Bendgate controversy, both iPhones have gotten off to a stellar start, having sold over 10 million units across the globe after just three days on sale. Hoping to achieve similar sales success with a new line of iPad, the company hosted a similar event yesterday. So, to make sure that you’ve got every piece of important info from the show, we’ve put together a handy facts round up for you to pore over.

1. iPad Mini 3

While the tagline of the iPhone 6 Plus might be ‘bigger and better’, with the iPad Mini line of tablets Apple is keen to downsize.

Now on their third iteration, the newly announced iPad Mini 3 is essentially just the iPad Mini 2 but with a different name. Both tablets are 8 inches, the iPad Mini 3 isn’t any lighter or thinner than its predecessor and all of the technical specs are the same. It has the same battery life, processor and there’s no discerning technical reason to purchase one.

So what’s new for the iPad Mini 3? The TouchID fingerprint scanner.

Used to purchase things with Apple Pay (which will only be available in North America at launch), TouchID also has the benefit of unlocking your tablet and having extra security for your peace of mind. But, this single feature adds $100 to the iPad Mini 3′s price (the cheapest version of the Mini 3 is $399). When it launches next week you’ll be better off skipping it and forking out for the cheaper iPad Mini 2 instead.

2. iPad Air 2

Also out next week is the iPad Air 2. Going for a similar ‘bigger doesn’t always mean better’ stance, the iPad Air 2 is just 6.1mm thick, a whopping 18% thinner than the iPad Air that came before it.

That thinness doesn’t mean that Apple has skimped out on tech specs either as the tablet is packing some incredible power. The iPad Air 2 will have the A8x chip and will be the first device to do so. As a result, the Air 2 will be a great deal faster than the two iPhone 6 devices (which have the A8 chip instead) and will surely make a noticeable difference. Don’t expect this extreme power to drain too much either as Apple says it has 10 hours of battery life.

The final back of the box feature is its TouchID sensor. Coming just in time for Apple Pay which is set to go live on Monday, the iPad Air 2 has that iconic ring around its home button.

The iPad Air 2 goes on sale next week and the Wi-Fi only model will cost $499.

3. Retina iMac

Think those iPad screens are too small for you? You might be interested in the Retina iMac instead then.

As the name suggests, Apple’s brand new desktop is all about those shinier, far better looking visuals. Not only is its 27-inch display ideal for watching movies and TV shows, that screen is also 5K (a 5210 x 2880 resolution) which is the world’s highest resolution display, says Apple.

Its innards are quite good on paper too. Boasting a 3.5GHz Intel i5 processor (although a 4GHz Intel i7 configuration is available too) and 8GB of RAM, things are kept speedy whilst its AMD Radeon R9 M290X graphics and its 1TB fusion drive means that there’s more than enough power and space to run the latest gaming blockbusters.

All of this comes at a price though as the Retina iMac starts at $2,499. It starts shipping next Thursday.

4. Mac Mini

For anyone who wants all of the Apple Mac brilliance but at a fraction of the cost, the updated Mac Mini might be a better option.

Essentially being a iMac hard-drive without a screen, the latest version of the Mac Mini comes in three different flavours. The best (and most expensive of these) has a 2.8GHz dual-core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM which should run rather speedily. It also packs Intel Iris Graphics and a 1GB Fusion Drive which again, should be perfect for running games.

This version of the Mac Mini is priced at $999 which may seem like a bargain in comparison to the Retina iMac. However you will need to purchase a screen (or you could plug it into your TV via a HDMI cable), a mouse and a keyboard so you should factor this into your budget if you plan to buy one.

The new Mac Mini is available now.

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Anonabox Privacy Router’s Crowdfunding Campaign Goes Awry http://walyou.com/anonabox-privacy-router-crowdfunding-campaign/ http://walyou.com/anonabox-privacy-router-crowdfunding-campaign/#comments Sat, 18 Oct 2014 20:56:37 +0000 http://walyou.com/?p=180160

On Kickstarter, campaigns usually have one of the two possible outcomes: either they’re successful or not. In Anonabox’s case, however, things are a bit more complicated, as Kickstarter had to cancel the project altogether.

The crowdfunding campaign for the Anonabox privacy router seemed very promising, in the beginning. More precisely, in just a few hours since the campaign’s debut, backers had already pledged more than 10 times the $7,500 needed for mass-producing this network equipment. Five days later, and August Germar, the developer of this privacy router, already had 82 times more than the campaign’s goal, and all that simply because he convinced a lot of people that this $45 privacy-focused router could protect users by running all the data through the Tor network with the help of some custom-built hardware components. It turns out that Germar misled customers into believing all that, all the while using purchased items and claiming that he had built them himself.

As a consequence, Kickstarter has decided to cancel the project altogether and to return all pledged money to the backers. In a letter addressed to them, the crowdfunding site explained that “a review of the project uncovered evidence that it broke Kickstarter’s rules.” Not much else was said, except that the rules included “offering purchased items and claiming to have made them yourself,” “presenting someone else’s work as your own” and “misrepresenting or failing to disclose relevant facts about the project or its creator.”

Kickstarter users pointed out earlier this week that some of the components that Germar claimed to have been custom built were in fact available on Chinese websites such as Alibaba. When confronted with the evidence, Germar explained that some of the hardware used in the prototype was actually made by Chinese manufacturer Gainstrong. On top of that, the default settings of the router leave the wireless network open. The root password is encoded, fact that makes the router even more susceptible to attacks.

Germar expressed his disappointment by saying that “I had thought this would be like push-starting a car. Instead, it’s been like being handcuffed to a rocket.”

I’m glad that Germar’s plan was debunked. At the same time, I wonder exactly how far did he think he would get before someone pointed out the obvious problems. Kickstarter is a platform for making dreams come true, and the ones trying to take advantage of it and its users should be exposed for the whole world to see!

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OS X Yosemite is out, is free, and is great http://walyou.com/os-x-yosemite/ http://walyou.com/os-x-yosemite/#comments Fri, 17 Oct 2014 13:00:59 +0000 http://walyou.com/?p=180140

The latest OS X, Yosemite, is out already and users can download it for free at the Mac store. Join us and learn what’s new.

Apple’s most recent OS X was made available a few hours ago at the Mac App Store for free. It had been announced at WWDC 2014 with a new, improved look and significant upgrades, as well as improved compatibility with iOS, which made it seem like we were in for a real, fantastic upgrade. As nearly a million beta users had been saying for a while, we’re happy to report this is true indeed. Yosemite (the first named after a geographic location instead of a feline) has been brought to the masses so everyone can weigh in on it, and now is here to stay.

Some of our favorite features are the ones that have to do with iOS integration: users are now able to receive phone calls, share files via AirDrop and work seamlessly between their iPhones, iPads and computers. Furthermore, with the upcoming patch scheduled for Monday, users will even be able to send and receive text and multimedia messages via the Messages app.

Yosemite is sort of an all-terrain, as it runs on any iMac released after 2007 to present, which is a pretty huge window that ensures that most of the userbase gets to run it. Have some of you been running it already? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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7 Million Dropbox Accounts Compromised, Data Being Posted Online http://walyou.com/7-million-dropbox-accounts-compromised-data-being-posted-online/ http://walyou.com/7-million-dropbox-accounts-compromised-data-being-posted-online/#comments Fri, 17 Oct 2014 12:00:59 +0000 http://walyou.com/?p=180128

Although the company denies a hack, over 7 million Dropbox accounts have reportedly been compromised with the details being released online.

Cloud technology is a wondrous, fantastical thing. Used on our phones to automatically sync photos, videos and the like to all of our devices and often used so that entire teams can collaborate no matter their location, the cloud’s benefits are far and wide. Yet, like people being told that the Earth was round or those witnessing the marvels of electricity for the first time, there are more than a handful who have run screaming in fear. The recent iCloud hack (hundreds of celebrity nudes were leaked) cast doubt over cloud security and now with Dropbox, one of the biggest cloud services, also reportedly compromised, those fears may have just been validated.

The suggestion of a Dropbox hack comes after someone took to pastebin and posted a document containing 400 Dropbox usernames and passwords. While that’s a small number, the poster claims that this is just the tiniest portion of approximately 7 million account details. The same person has even been asking for Bitcoin donations in order for them to release more info and troublingly, they seem to have gotten them.

Yet, despite all this worrying talk of hacked accounts, Dropbox fervently denies that they have been hacked. In a statement a Dropbox spokesperson explained,

“These usernames and passwords were unfortunately stolen from other services and used in attempts to log in to Dropbox accounts. We’d previously detected these attacks and the vast majority of the passwords posted have been expired for some time now. All other remaining passwords have been expired as well.”

While they say that these passwords are expired, this will hardly be a salve to those concerned that the hacks took place in the first place. But, the company also reminds people that Dropbox two-step login verification is available so just to be on the safe side it’s highly recommended that you head over to the site and enable that now.

Source: The Next Web

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Apple’s Newest iMac Sports the 1st 5K Display Ever http://walyou.com/apple-imac-5k-retina-display/ http://walyou.com/apple-imac-5k-retina-display/#comments Thu, 16 Oct 2014 19:59:02 +0000 http://walyou.com/?p=180132

For once, Apple has done something truly revolutionary, in a department where we don’t see changes that often. The 4K resolution hasn’t even become a standard, yet, and the Cupertino company has already launched an iMac with a 5K display.

The 5K resolution wasn’t even a thing before Apple unveiled the new generation of iMac desktop computers. Retina displays, which are characterized by extremely high resolutions, represent Apple’s own version of anti-aliasing. With the new 5,120 x 2,880, which is five times the number of pixels of a 1080p display, the new iMac screen sets a new standard. Like it or not, Apple’s competitors will have a hard time beating this.

I generally think that Cupertino doesn’t bring anything new to the table, as its mobile devices are outperformed by the competition even before being launched. However, in the case of the new iMac display, I couldn’t possibly say that it doesn’t represent an innovation.

Another innovation is represented by the fact that the new 5K Retina Display requires less energy than the previous generation, despite being better.

Of course, to make sure that everything is displayed smoothly, Apple also upgraded the CPU and the GPU. There are multiple configuration options, as well, people being able to choose between a 3.5GHz Intel Core i5 quad-core and a Core i7 CPU running at 4GHz. The company has ditched Nvidia GPUs and went for AMD Radeon R9 M290X and M295X GPUs, which is a bit peculiar, as Nvidia’s 970M and 980M GPUs surpass these, both in terms of performance and energy consumption.

Apple has made changes in other departments, as well, if not in terms of size, then in terms of performance. For example, the 1TB HDD that used to come with non-Retina iMacs has been replaced with a 1TB Fusion Drive, which is a lot faster than conventional drives, as it combines a HDD with a NAND flash drive.

Anyone wanting to buy the new iMac with Retina Display will have to get $2,500 out of their pockets. For the sake of comparison, Dell’s upcoming UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD 5K Monitor will sell for $2,499, despite not including a computer inside it. That means that for just one dollar you can get 1TB of storage, a powerful CPU and a GPU that can handle with no problem any of today’s games.

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Lollipop-Flavored Nexus 6 and 9 Get Launched by Google http://walyou.com/lollipop-flavored-nexus-6-and-9-get-launched-by-google/ http://walyou.com/lollipop-flavored-nexus-6-and-9-get-launched-by-google/#comments Wed, 15 Oct 2014 20:11:50 +0000 http://walyou.com/?p=180108

Google’s new version of its mobile operating system, called simply Android 5.0 Lollipop, is meant to make an even more seamless experience out of using different devices. Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 are the devices used for showcasing this new platform.

Mountain View has been looking for consistency in its Android operating system across different devices even since the introduction of Ice Cream Sandwich, a version that brought together Gingerbread and Honeycomb users under the same roof. With the launch of Android 5.0 Lollipop and its even more consistent design (called Material Design, actually), switching between tablets and smartphones won’t mean that people have to learn how to go around each one’s UI. On top of that, Lollipop confers more control over the device’s settings and notifications, and improves the battery life by up to 90 minutes. In our day and age, that’s a significant improvement.

The Nexus 6 smartphone and the Nexus 9 tablet, both pictured above along an unexpected black box, are powered by Android 5.0 and are meant to give the world a taste of the Lollipop. While the Motorola-built Nexus 6 was expected to come with a 5.9″ display, Google respected the name-dimension correlation and equipped the smartphone with a 6″ 2560 x 1440 display with a 493 ppi pixel density.

In terms of internal memory, the Nexus 6 comes with either 32 or 64GB of internal storage and 3GB of RAM, which is more than enough both for holding and running some of the most demanding Android apps out there. This wireless-charging device packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chipset that includes a quad-core 2.7 GHz Krait 450 CPU and an Adreno 420 GPU. And just in case the Li-Po 3220 mAh battery wasn’t impressive enough, one of the main novelty factors about this phone must be its Turbo Charger, which enables you to use the Nexus 6 for up to 6 hours with just a 15-minute charge.

The HTC Nexus 9, on the other hand, with its brushed metal sides and 8.9-inch 1536 x 2048 screen, is a nice change from the 7″ gadgets. The bad thing about this is that it has a smaller resolution than the Nexus 6, and hence a lower pixel density. Apart from the 64-bit Tegra K1 SoC that’s powering this tablet, there’s really not much to say about it that hasn’t been said before, either in the leaks or the data coming from the FCC.

Google’s Nexus line used to be known for its affordable, yet great performing devices. While the performance is still there, I’m not sure we can still call these devices affordable. According to re/code, the Nexus 6 will be available in Midnight Blue or Cloud White, and will sell in the Play Store for $649. With the 16GB version starting at $399 and the 32GB retailing for $479, the Nexus 9 gets uber-expensive if you opt for the LTE version, which will sell for $699. On the bright side of things, expect the Nexus 5 to get a lot cheaper once Google’s new toy hits the stores.

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