HarmonyOS 3.0 unveiled soon, Windows 11 finally available, in a nutshell

Huawei may unveil HarmonyOS 3.0 update by the end of October 2021, it’s now possible to install Microsoft’s new operating system, survey reveals data from 1.5 billion Facebook users on sale on a platform on the dark web, recaps is of the day.

HarmonyOS 3.0 is already talking about it

To circumvent US sanctions against it, Huawei accelerated development of its alternative home operating system for Android, HarmonyOS, which was quickly adopted by users of Huawei smartphones. Building on the success of its mobile OS, Huawei is already working on the next version: HarmonyOS 3.0. According to information received by our colleagues at Huawei Central, HarmonyOS 3.0 will be much faster and more fluid than the Android overlay developed by other manufacturers. As per the latest news, Huawei is expected to unveil HarmonyOS 3.0 at the Huawei Developer Conference starting on October 22, 2021 and ending on October 24, 2021.

Read: Huawei’s HarmonyOS 3.0 is faster than Xiaomi’s MIUI 13 interface

Windows 11: Official ISO Available And You Can Download It For Free

Windows 11 is finally available to the general public and now you can download and install it on your PC. If you are currently on Windows 10, the Redmond firm will automatically offer you the update in the first half of 2022. By going through the manual installation you cannot wait and avail the new features immediately, provided that your computer is well compatible with this OS and has the famous TPM 2.0 chip for example. Visit our news page to discover the different ways to install the OS on your PC now.

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Read: Windows 11 – Official ISO Available, How To Download It For Free

1.5 billion Facebook accounts at risk

An investigation by the site Privacy Affairs revealed that a database containing 1.5 billion Facebook accounts was put up for sale on a dark web forum in late September. This includes the names, email addresses, places of residence, gender and phone numbers of a significant portion of Facebook users around the world. According to the vendor, the database was created using the scraping method, a process that involves using a script to extract public data available on the Internet through multiple sites. Thanks to this database, hackers can set up convincing phishing campaigns to trap Internet users.

Read: Facebook – Data of 1.5 billion users for sale on the dark web

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