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Huawei Celia Introduced

Huawei launched its flagship P40 series on March 26 and with it, introduced the new voice assistant. The three new devices, namely the Huawei P40 5G, Huawei P40 Pro 5G, and Huawei P40 Pro+ 5G, are now enabled with the Celia voice assistant. Just like the Google Assistant and Apple’s Siri, the Huawei Celia can be activated with “Hey, Celia”.

To tackle the Coronavirus crisis, many companies and businesses have advised their employees to work from home in order to maintain business continuity. However, home is no match for office infrastructure and technology. Fortunately, we have certain applications that can make your work from home a lot easier than before. In this article, let’s have a look at some highly useful work from home apps to use amidst Coronavirus lockdown.

Work From Home Apps to use in Coronavirus Lockdown

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It looks like one of AMD’s graphics card is stolen. Popular chip-maker AMD itself acknowledged that a hacker stole some of the company’s graphics IP and is reportedly demanding $100 million for its safe return. What’s more? The theft isn’t all that recent as the incident took place back in December 2019.

Hacker Demands $100 Million For Safely Returning AMD GPU Graphics Code

AMD Graphics Card Stolen

AMD posted a statement on its website regarding the theft of the graphics card. The company was contacted in December 2019 by an individual who claimed to have access to ‘test files’ for the company’s current

Google’s threat analysis group, which counters targeted and government-backed hacking against the company and its users, sent account holders almost 40,000 warnings in 2019, with government officials, journalists, dissidents, and geopolitical rivals being the most targeted, team members said on Thursday.

The number of warnings declined almost 25 percent from 2018, in part because of new protections designed to curb cyberattacks on Google properties. Attackers have responded by reducing the frequency of their hack attempts and being more deliberate. The group saw an increase in phishing attacks that impersonated news outlets and journalists. In many of these cases, attackers sought