Category: Technology

Apple has created a new hardware team that is led by ex-Google satellite executives

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How many products can a company sstain all on its own? How many different verticals can it get into and keep going? Well, Apple has yet to put a number to that question. The company has recently created a brand new hardware team and has hired a couple of ex-Google, satellite executives to lead it. […]

Wearables could soon detect fights between couples, before they even occur!

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I have always said that technology will bring the human race to its ultimate destiny one day. Peace, prosperity, and whatever else marks Utopia for us. A research that could soon play a huge role in maintaining peace in the world is currently underway and is showing great promise. Teams of researchers at the USC […]

Things could be looking up for UK FinTech: GP Bullhound Report

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UK’s soaring position in the fintech world witnessed a slight decline as China raced ahead as last year’s rising leader, with four more of its firms reaching a billion-dollar valuation. A new report by European tech investment bank GP Bullhound says that owing to Ve Interactive almost going under last month, the number of billion-dollar […]

HTC’s next flagship smartphone will be squeezable, to be officially unveiled on May 16

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Over the past couple weeks, the rumor mill had been buzzing like crazy over the launch of an HTC smartphone with pressure-sensitive edges. And it seems the speculations are proving to be true as HTC has not only confirmed the squeezable nature of the smartphone, it has also dropped the launch date as well. The […]

Facebook wants to predict your field of view to enhance the 360-video viewing experience

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Further expanding its focus on 360-degree videos, Facebook today announced at its F8 developer conference that it has developed completely new techniques to improve the viewing experience. This not only involves machine learning but also physics to predict a scene which the human viewer is expected to be observing in the video at any given […]

Google could be planning an in-built ad blocker for Chrome

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Google could be planning to launch an in-built ad-blocker for its Chrome browser. Wait, doesn’t Google make the vast majority of its money fro advertising? So it does. However, the company is now planning to trump rivals as well as third parties, by launching an ad-blocker inside of Chrome. Quite a unique strategy but Google […]

Texas may soon allow the testing of self-driving cars on public roads

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There are companies developing self-driving vehicles even as we speak. The development process can get pretty complicated as it not only involves work in the factory but it also requires the cars to be driven on public roads. The more real the conditions, the better will be the company’s ability to gauge the areas where […]

GuruQ secures seed funding to build out and expand its tutor-student digital platform

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GuruQ, a one of its kind digital integrated platform connecting tutors and students, today announced that it has raised an undisclosed amount in seed funding from High Net Worth Individuals (HNIs). Commenting about the seed capital Minal Anand Founder and CEO, GuruQ said, This capital gives us additional resources to support our debut in the […]

Facebook announces a slew of new integrations: Files, bots and live video are coming to Workplace

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Today at its F8 developer conference, Facebook introduced a slew of tools that promise to enhance the capabilities of its Workplace platform. Along with new integrations with some prominent service providers, Facebook has also announced the ability to build custom workflows with bots and some important security integrations. Workplace in case you are unaware of […]

iWork, iMovie & GarageBand apps are now free for all Mac & iOS users

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Apple has introduced updated variants of its iWork, iMovie & GarageBand apps . The updated applications were quietly rolled out for the Mac and iOS platform and will now allow all users free access to their services. Freeing these app wasn’t a new decision though and the company was already offering free versions through new […]
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