Pornhub use AI, OnePlus collecting user data, Google Tez popular UPI, Twitterrific, Google Home Mini, Movies Anywhere, Oculus Go

Pornhub now using machine learning to tag its videos

AI also touch the Pornhub. The porn giant has recently announced that it’s using machine learning to automatically catalog its videos. Initially, AI will recognize the facial of 10,000 individual porn stars and tag them in footage.

OnePlus is quietly collecting user data

OnePlus - the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is collecting data from its users and transmitting it to a server along with each device’s serial number. The OxygenOS record data at various points, including when a user locks or unlocks the screen, when apps are opened used and closed, and which Wi-Fi networks the device connects to.

Google Tez become one of the popular UPI app with 5 million downloads

After the launched on September 18, Google's UPI based payment app Tez has been downloaded over five million times from Google Play. Tez app works in partnership with four Banks - Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank and State Bank of India - to facilitate the processing of payments across over 50 UPI-enabled banks.

Twitterrific for Mac rises from the ash

The favourite Twitter client on iOS, Twitterrific is back again. The Iconfactory has announced the availability of Twitterrific 5 via the Mac App Store. It comes with features like multi-account, multi-timeline support, Notification Centre and Retina displays, built-in sharing controls, full-screen mode, and a dark theme. 

Google will permanently remove the constant recording feature from Home Mini

A small number of Home Mini units accidentally recording thousands of times a day, instead of just when a user triggers it. In the recent statement, Google has decided to permanently remove this feature from Home Mini.

Hollywood studios have joined in the race of Movies Anywhere digital locker service

After Disney, industry's heavyweights have now jumped on board to launch an expanded version of the service called Movies Anywhere. It's both a cloud-based digital locker and a one-stop-shop app. User can connect Movies Anywhere to their iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play, or Vudu accounts.

Facebook unveiled Oculus Go - a portable VR headset

Mark Zuckerberg unveiled a new portable VR headset Oculus Go. It will cost $199 (roughly Rs. 13,000) when it hits the market next year. Facebook didn't provide any details on how the Oculus Go will work, but said it will include built-in headphones for audio and have a LCD display.