iPhone 2022 will have a 'potential' camera

iPhone 2022 will have a 'potential' camera

Apple's iPhone is unlikely to be equipped with a camera with "potential" zoom lenses like the Galaxy S20 until 2022. According to TF Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo, who has made a lot of accurate predictions about Apple's unreleased devices, the prospective camera modules of the iPhone 2022 are manufactured by Semco. The Korean company now offers autofocus motors for upcoming iPhone 12 models. Partners like Sunny Optical, Largean, Alps and Minebea will be sub-manufacturers.

Garmin suffered ransomware attack

Garmin suffered ransomware attack

According to Zdnet, Garmin has shut down many services since July 23 in response to a cyberattack that makes intranet data and some production systems illegally encrypted. The company has now shut down its official website, discontinued its Garmin Connect watch data synchronization service, aviation database service and even some production lines in Asia. In its official Twitter announcements, Garmin said its support center was also affected so it was unable to answer calls, emails or chat directly with users. In addition to watch-related services, Garmin today said the company's web services support line, flyGarmin, has stopped working.

The Bitcoin Chaipay app is back from the dead with a new Lightning app

The Bitcoin Chaipay app is back from the dead with a new Lightning app

The social payment application Bottlepay (née Chai Pay) aims to relaunch in the next few weeks, after closing due to regulations in December 2019. After restructuring the bitcoin wallet product to comply with the European anti-money laundering directive (AMLD5), the British startup is providing an exchange wallet with social features on Reddit, Twitter and Discord. Chaipay co-founder Pete Cheyne said more than 1,000 people on the waiting list for the beta were closed in August. Because we switched to an app-derived product, we could do a lot more. You can also use scheduled payments to buy more bitcoins.

Start9 Labs provides a home server. And it works

Start9 Labs provides a home server. And it works

A company in Colorado is betting that it can make decentralized web more accessible with a no-frills server that you can install in your own home. Start9 Labs' Embassy server, located in the Raspberry Pi, set up its own internet and comes with its own operating system as well as a host of services like bitcoin trading, messaging and password management to eliminate intermediaries and use the Tor Network to communicate.