Tech Round-Up: December 17 – 21
- Eight banks in Eastern Europe fall victim to DarkVishnya
- Google Flights arrives in Singapore
- Epson launches new Moverio Smart Glasses
- Top Google searches in Singapore for 2018
- Huawei launches StorySign app to translate books for deaf children
DarkVishnya has been identified to have infiltrated eight banks in Eastern Europe and resulted in the loss of more than $10 million. Financial organisations are advised to keep taps and monitor their network for suspicious activities.
You can now find travel deals like the cost of flight, accommodation and travel information by Googling, “Flight to” your desired destination.
Epson has announced the release of its latest version of smart glasses, the Moverio BT-35E. The new BT-35E smart glasses is designed to be easily used in combination with existing hardware through HDMI and USB-C connectivity at almost zero latency, enhancing its connectivity for commercial applications. With this, Epson’s optical expertise can be effectively deployed across industries such as healthcare, commercial drone piloting, engineering, entertainment and more.
Google has released the top Google searches for Singapore. iPhone XS, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and iPhone XR top the gadget’s list. Besides tech, they also released the top searches for events, TV shows, movies, etc.
Huawei Consumer Business Group has launched StorySign, a mobile app that uses artificial intelligence to translate books into sign language for children who are deaf. StorySign can be downloaded for free from Google Play Store and the Huawei AppGallery.