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Introducing Smart Life For 5G

Avast Blog – 9.29.20 (9.24.20)

Earlier this week, we announced the launch of Avast Smart Life for 5G, its first smart home security solution for 5G, delivered as a virtualized network function (VNF). Avast Smart Life for 5G enables operators to protect their subscribers’ smart home and all connected devices at the virtual router level, based on Avast’s artificial intelligence (AI) driven threat detection technology. The solution scans traffic and immediately blocks security risks on all of a customer’s devices, both inside the home and on-the-go.

Source: Introducing Smart Life For 5G | Avast

Introducing the new Roku Ultra | Model 4800 | 2020

Roku YouTube Channel – 9.29.20 (9.28.20)


Roku Ultra is the ultimate streaming player, fully loaded with all of our best features. Enjoy powerful, smooth streaming with channels that launch in a snap and our best wireless, now with up to 50% more range. Stream in extraordinary Dolby Vision® HDR picture and experience 3D Dolby Atmos® sound when you pair it with a compatible sound system. Stream the newest and most popular channels, plus cast music, photos, and more with Bluetooth® and AirPlay2. The included voice remote has controls for your TV, personal shortcuts, and headphones for private listening—it even has a lost remote finder. Roku Ultra is perfect for cord cutters and people who love to stream.

Source: Introducing the new Roku Ultra | Model 4800 | 2020

Money laundering schemes

Kaspersky Blog – 9.29.20 (9.25.20)

For some cybercriminal groups, attacks on banks and other financial institutions are like an assembly line. Many people know tracing stolen funds is usually impossible, but not everyone knows why. A joint report by BAE Systems and researchers from the payment system SWIFT details how cybercriminals launder stolen money.

Source: Money laundering schemes

Get paid for your photos with Trove, a Microsoft Garage project

Microsoft Blogs – 9.28.20 (9.23.20)

We’re excited to share a big announcement for Trove, a Microsoft Garage project! Now, people can get paid for contributing accepted photos to AI projects in the Trove marketplace with new PayPal integration. Anyone can try Trove via the new web app and a now open app for Android, expanding participation in the experiment beyond the select set of users at the time of the initial May 2020 launch. At this time, please note that photo contributions are only available in the United States. Trove is accepting AI projects from anywhere.

Source: Get paid for your photos with Trove, a Microsoft Garage project

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