Month: August 2020

Tenet Full Movie Leaked on Torrent Sites, Piracy Networks

Tenet — Christopher Nolan’s epic time-bending espionage movie — has seemingly leaked onto torrent sites and other networks that enable piracy, in multiple differing versions of quality. While some copies are arguably genuine, given the attached screenshots and user comments attesting to their legitimacy, many are fraudulent and merely exist as a trap to load viruses, malware, and whatnot onto the computers of unsuspecting individuals. But even in those genuine cases, the illegal Tenet copies are of remarkably poor quality, feature hard-coded subtitles, and/or are filled with advertisements. Gadgets 360 does not condone illegal file-sharing.

Christopher Nolan Is Making a Mistake With Tenet

The first legitimate leaked version of Tenet showed up on torrent sites such as The Pirate Bay, Torrentz2, and 1337x over the weekend, with the labels “KOR” and “CAM”, suggesting they were filmed with a video camera in Korean cinemas. According to public comments, nearly all of

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Google Pay’s NFC-Based Card Payments Option Rolling Out in India

Google Pay in India is rolling out a new feature where users can add their NFC-powered credit and debit cards as a payment method in addition to the existing bank account option. The new development would help Google initiate tokenized payments cards — the offering that was announced at Google for India last year to enable secure online payments via Google Pay using credit and debit cards. It was set to roll out for Visa cards in a few weeks. However, the option didn’t reach the public even after nearly a year of its announcement.

As reported by Android Police, Google Pay has been rolling out support for adding credit and debit cards. Users need to verify their card by entering the OTP they get from the bank to add their card to the app. Once registered, Google Pay brings tap and pay functionality that can be used at NFC-enabled

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Apple Agrees to Pay $9.75 Million to Settle Powerbeats 2 Earphones Lawsuit

Apple has agreed to pay $9.75 million (roughly Rs. 71.31 crores) to settle a class-action lawsuit in relation to charging issues with the company’s Powerbeats 2 wireless earphones. Some customers had found a defect in the earphones that could allegedly cause them to stop working and fail to retain charge even after minimal usage. The money will be split up between all Class Members who submit claim forms, after attorneys’ fee and other such costs are paid.

As noted by MacRumors, Apple has denied all allegations, and has said that it is paying the settlement fee to avoid the expensive litigation charges. Since Apple and the plaintiffs in the case have agreed to a settlement, they will be not be going to court about the same. The Powebeats 2 wireless earphones were launched in 2014 by Beats Electronics, acquired by Apple earlier in the year..

According to the plaintiffs,

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iPhone 12 Pro Max Specifications Surface in Detail, Price Could Be Identical to iPhone 11 Pro Max

iPhone 12 Pro Max specifications have purportedly been leaked in detail. A tipster has posted a series of screenshots that apparently compare the iPhone 12 Pro Max with the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The new development comes just a couple of days after YouTuber Jon Prosser provided some details about the iPhone 12 Pro Max. Apple normally hosts its new iPhone launch in September, though it had to delay the launch event for its iPhone 12 series due to the coronavirus pandemic that impacted supply of key components.

A tipster who goes by pseudonym Leaks on Twitter has leaked the purported specifications of the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The source has shared screenshots that look quite similar to how Apple compares different iPhone models on its official site. However, since there is no confirmation from the Cupertino company, it’s safe to consider the details with a pinch of salt.

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