All New Phone Launched in ces [2018]

1.First in-screen fingerprint scanner

Goodbye, home button. This preproduction model of a Vivo phone is the first of its kind to show off an inscreen fingerprint reader

2.A phone in a laptop with Razer Project Linda
Gamer lifestyle company Razer built a laptop that uses the company's first-ever phone as its computing guts

The past is back with a smartphone fitted with a built-in pico projector. Anyone who remembers the Samsung Galaxy Bean with fondness should check out this major specs update out of San Diego. Moviphone is like a OnePlus 5-plus-projector

4.BlackBerry Motion coming to the US
Originally launched in Canada, the all-screen, no-keyboard BlackBerry Motion will now be sold in the US

5.Bronze BlackBerry KeyOne

A new, bronze version of the KeyOne is exactly the same as the black and silver colors, but indicates the brand's investment in the keyboard phone.

6.Cat S41 rugged phone

The Cat S41 is built like a tank, takes photos underwater and its 5,000mAh battery can charge other phones. It's not meant for mere mortals, but it's a fun phone to see.

7.Raspberry Rose​ LG V30
Our first look at the LG V30 in Raspberry Rose didn't disappoint. The neon, flamingo-pink shade will come first to Korea, then on to other countries in Asia and Europe.

8.Huawei Mate 10 Pro Porsche Design

Don't have a spare $1,250 to spend on a phone? Then don't buy the Porsche Design version of the Mate 10 Pro, even if it does come with 256GB of internal storage. 

Sony AIBO Robot Dog 2017

Sony's Aibo pet robot is making a return. The original dog-like robot launched in 1999, while Sony says its followup is "capable of forming an emotional bond with members of the household while providing them with love, affection, and the joy of nurturing and raising a companion." Its OLED eyes allow for "nuanced" expressions, fisheye cameras see and recognize individual faces while new actuators allow its body to move smoothly along 22 axes. The array of movements and sounds are intended to make Aibo more lifelike, while it's also capable of responding to voice commands and petting to learn what makes its owner happy.

Pre-orders for the new robot begin tonight via Sony's online store in Japan for 179,000 yen (about $1,739 US), with shipments scheduled to begin on January 11th. 

Sony Xperia XZ Premium Custom Rom Free Download

Sony Xperia XZ Premium mobile features a 5.5" (13.97 cm) display and runs on Android 7.1 (Nougat) operating system. The device is powered by a Octa core (2.45 GHz, Quad core, Kryo 280 + 1.9 GHz, Quad core) processor paired with 4 GB of RAM. As far as the battery is concerned it has 3230 mAh. Over that, as far as the rear camera is concerned this mobile has a 19 MP camera and the front is powered by a Exmor RS sensor.

Requirements For Custom Rom

  • Xperia XZ Premium [G8141 and G8142]
  • stock 7.1.1
  • 45.0.A.5.8 -> v01 -
  • 45.0.A.5.1 and older is not officially supported.
  • Unlocked bootloader

How to install

* Currently there is no TWRP. You can get root priv on the shell by "adb root"."_with_SuperSU" edition has integrated SuperSU.
1. Reboot into recovery or bootloader2. Flash kernel using recovery or fastbootRecovery - Install zip fastboot - Extract boot.img from zip and run this command:fastboot flash boot boot.imgIf you have no recovery, you also need to flash recovery by this command:fastboot flash recovery TWRP-3.1.1-0-maple.img3. Reboot4. Done!
To root and install Xposed, you should flash SuperSU zip (e.g. in TWRP.First/second boot will be bootloop and take some time to boot up correctly.Changelog
Removed non-working DRM patch*This fixes sound problem v01Re-enabled double tap to wakeTo enable it, run these commands:adb rootadb shell/sbin/busybox mount -o remount,rw /systemtouch /system/usr/keylayout/clearpad.klchmod 644 /system/usr/keylayout/clearpad.klecho "key 531 WAKEUP" > /system/usr/keylayout/clearpad.klsetprop persist.sys.touch.easywakeup 1Add maple/sio/fiops I/O Scheduler (yeah, Maple on Maple!)
Add iosched switcherAdd KCAL
Add wakelock blockerAdd alucard, darkness CPU governorsAdd toggle for software crcAdd other misc patches
Disable DM_VERITY, force module sig and some debugging
Disable ric

How To save your Credit Card details from being hacked from the ATM

If you're ready for a summer road trip with friends and family, consider this: It's easier than ever for criminals to nab your credit card data at the gas pump using devices called skimmers.

The FTC also offers tips for keeping your information safe. For starters, keep an eye out for special seals placed over the front panel of the gas pump. Thieves need to lift that seal to get a skimmer inside the pump. If the seal gets lifted, it'll read "void." If you spot a voided label, don't use the pump and do tell the gas station manager.

The Federal Trade Commission released a warning Thursday that skimmers -- devices designed to detect and record credit card information at payment terminals -- are getting smaller, smarter and harder to detect. Some can even be hidden inside gas pumps, making it very difficult to tell that anything's amiss.

Other tips include keeping an eye out for external credit-card readers that look different from the ones at surrounding pumps and using your debit card as a credit card to avoid giving your PIN away. If you can't use your debit card as a credit card, shield your PIN number entry with your hand in case "tiny pinhole cameras" are installed. where thieves might be more worried about getting spotted by a camera.

How to secure and make internet Private with ProtonVPN

VPN wants you to be able to browse the internet without worrying who might be spying on you. After launching an encrypted email service called ProtonMail in 2014, the online privacy company debuted its latest service on Tuesday. ProtonVPN is now available to the public after extensive beta testing and a year in development.

Proton cited numerous reasons for the service, including the US government's rollback of internet privacy regulations and upcoming battle over net neutrality. Proton's blog also references the UK's recent online surveillance laws and countries that restrict what websites you can visit.

As stated on the company's blog, ProtonVPN "allows users to browse the web without being tracked, bypass online censorship blocks, and also increases security by passing all internet traffic through a strongly encrypted tunnel.

Better yet, ProtonVPN has a number of subscription packages, and the cheapest option is free. If you like the service, you can upgrade or downgrade at any time. Essentially, the public vpn or "virtual private network" routes your connection to the internet through secure channels that travel through multiple countries.

Check out the various subscriptions here. ProtonVPN looks to have an admirable goal of bringing an open, private internet to all. The company also promises to never sell your data for ad revenue to other companies.