The rumors were correct, Facebook is indeed upping the maximum limit of people allowed to participate in a group audio or video call on WhatsApp.
The current limit is 4, but this will “soon” double to 8 for everyone, the company revealed today. The new functionality has already been spotted in beta versions of the app. As before, these calls, whether audio or video, are end-to-end encrypted, meaning no one else can view or listen to them, not even WhatsApp or Facebook.
That’s in stark contrast to the also just unveiled Messenger Rooms, which don’t come with end-to-end encryption. On the other hand, Rooms does allow for up to 50 people to be on a call.
Unfortunately, Facebook hasn’t shared a specific launch timeline for the new maximum limit of participants for WhatsApp. Previous clues found in beta versions of the app implied that all of the 8 participants would have to use the latest iteration of the app, once the functionality launches in the wild. We’ll have to wait and see if that pans out.
Successful investors are using big data and machine learning—now you can, too – Financial Post
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Sonos Arc is available to buy in Canada on June 10th – MobileSyrup
Sonos has just released its latest soundbar the Arc, alongside a new Sonos Five speaker and Sub. below is when they’ll become available to purchase in Canada.
You might start seeing more and more reviews popping up about the speaker, and if you want to order one right now, you can pre-order them on Sonos’ website.
All speakers come in either ‘Black’ or ‘White’, and they go on sale on June 10th. They’ll also run on Sonos’ new S2 app platform, which you can learn more about in our explainer.
Arc is the latest and greatest in Sonos soundbars and includes a vast soundstage and Dolby Atmos.
The Arc costs $999 CAD. The company also sells an optional wall-mount that costs $89.
The tricky part about the new Sonos Sub is that it looks exactly like the older model, but it has an updated chipset. Therefore the new one should get software support for a longer time.
If you have a Sub, it handles the low-frequency sounds allowing your other speakers to provide more range within the mids and high notes. If you want a full Sonos surround sound system, the Sub is part of that.
This is the company’s studio-quality speaker that’s aimed music lovers. This is also one of the only speakers with an Aux port so you can plug in an outside source of media and play it via the Sonos Five
You can learn more about the Sonos Five and Sub by reading our prior report, and you can read my hands-on review with the Arc, which is live now.
Source: Sonos Store
Apple tracks looters who steal iPhones – BBC News
iPhones stolen in lootings of Apple stores in the US are tracked, disabled and the local authorities notified, according to messages displayed on their screens.
Apple has temporarily closed some of its US stores following a series of attacks, amid protests over the death of George Floyd.
Several images of the warnings have been shared on social media.
Apple said that it did not comment on “security matters”.
It is not clear whether the company has passed on the location of stolen devices to any police forces.
It has long been rumoured that the devices on display in Apple stores have software installed so that they can be tracked if any are stolen.
Pictures on social media confirm this. One image of a device posted to Twitter showed the message: “Please return to Apple Walnut Street. This device has been disabled and is being tracked. Local authorities will be alerted.”
The store in Philadelphia was among those attacked and looted.
Purchased devices do not have such software on them but they can be remotely locked by Apple if they are subsequently stolen or lost.
The firm had only recently started reopening stores following the easing of lockdowns around the country but a series of raids in Washington DC, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and Philadelphia has forced them to shut again.
Chief executive Tim Cook has told employees in a memo that the killing of Mr Floyd, a black man killed by a white police officer, was “senseless” and has pledged to donate to human rights groups.
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