- Ankur Sachdev
Tech Updates Related To Acer Predator Helios 300, T-Mobile, and OnlyFans
:::The upgraded version of Predator Helios 300, a gaming laptop by Acer, is now available in the market.
Acer Predator Helios 300 is processed by the 11th Generation Intel Core i7-11800 H Processor with Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 Series GPU. The dimension of the screen is 15.6-inches and offers a screen resolution of QHD at 2,560 x 1,440 pixels. With a 16GB RAM of DDR4, Acer Predator Helios 300 refreshes at the rate of 360Hz. A customer gets PCIe Gen4 NVMe storage of 1TB.
Some additional features include WiFi 6 connectivity, DTS X Ultra surround sound system, and Vortex Flow cooling system by Acer.
Acer Predator Helios 300 is priced at ₹1,29,999/-. One can purchase it from Acer Online Store, Flipkart, or any other authorized dealer.
:::T-Mobile experienced the incident of a data breach for the fourth time.
The mobile telecommunication company shared information about the data that was stolen by the hackers. Most of the data that was stolen was related to details name, date of birth, Social Security Number, and ID numbers. The data belonged to roughly 40 million former or prospective customers with a history of credit applications submitted to the company. The data of additional 7.8 million customers from the Postpaid category was also stolen.
A total of 104 million customers were notified about the incident and asked to reset their pin. The last data breach was reported in January 2021.
T-Mobile, in response, offered McAfee's Identification Protection Service for free for two years. The telecommunication company assured its customers that its Account Takeover Protection capabilities would prevent SIM-Swapping attacks.
:::OnlyFans has announced that it plans to remove and ban the sexually explicit content.
The content subscription company stated that it decided to take this step under the pressure from its banking and payment provider partners. However, an investigation by BBC concluded that the website has always gone easy with the creators of sexually explicit content. The investigation also revealed that the creators with a large number of followers were being reviewed by a special team who would give the creators more than 3 strikes as a warning. Every other creator would get maximum of 3 strikes as a warning.
OnlyFans responded to BBC's investigation by saying that the website was always committed to the highest levels of safety and content moderation. It added that the nude images would be allowed only if the creator complies with the Acceptable Use Policy of the website.
OnlyFans will start removing and banning all the sexually explicit content on the website from October 01, 2021.
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