When a Bluetooth contact is registered by the app and followed by one of the two concerned users testing positive, some calculations need to be carried out to determine whether the interaction carried a high risk of infection. Distance, time, and the infectiousness of the person who tested positive together create an "alert trigger score", or "risk threshold", which, when it is met, triggers a notification. … [Read more...] about NHS contact-tracing app upgrade is more likely to warn users to self-isolate
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Campus complications Colleges and universities around the nation are struggling desperately to find ways to manage the fall 2020 semester. Many are only offering online education this fall. Some tried opening as usual this month but quickly had to abandon their plans and switch to distance learning after clusters of COVID-19 cases popped up among the student body. Others are trying cautiously to find in-between paths that allow students to return to classrooms more safely. … [Read more...] about College contact-tracing app readily leaked personal data, report finds
And that’s just for the light rays reflected off the scene you’re trying to photograph. Light rays are also hitting the front of the lens from every other direction. The rays from more extreme angles are never focused on the sensor; they just bounce around inside the lens, interfering with the quality of the photo. The two most obvious effects of this are lens flares and a washed-out, hazy appearance. … [Read more...] about What Does a Lens Hood Do, and When Should You Use One?
Of course, the first thing you’ll need is a math problem to solve. Google Lens can solve simple equations such as “5+2” or more complex formulas such as “x2 – 3x + 2.” You can scan the problem from a real-world piece of paper or from a digital display. … [Read more...] about How to Solve Math Problems Using Google Lens
Tech giant Google has decided to bid adieu to another one of its apps this year. This time, it is Trusted Contacts. The app will be shunted out of the Google PlayStore from December 1, 2020, as per a report by Android Police. Trusted Contacts was launched in 2016 and was updated with some features too over the years. But now Google thinks that it has run its course and reportedly decided to discontinue it. As of now, the app has been pulled off from both Google Play Store and Apple App Store. For existing users, the app will work until December 1, 2020. After that, it will “stop being supported”. Those who have it and have been using it to share their location info with a trusted group of family and friends have until December 1 to download the list of them. Google killed over 20 apps and service in 2019 some of which are Google+, Inbox by Gmail, Google URL Shortener, Google Allo, Chromecast Audio, YouTube Gaming, Areo, YouTube Messages, Google DayDream, Google Clips, … [Read more...] about Google is killing another app in 2020