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Evolving Continuously, Google Maps, which has remained one of the most commonly used navigation apps by Google so far, in December 2018
Voice assistants like Siri, Bixby and Google Assistant have been steadily integrated into our tech, eager to help us with our everyday tasks and answering our trivial questions.
In a bid to reduce stress of Mathematics on students, Bengaluru based EdTech company CarveNiche Technologies has entered into an agreement with Microsoft for its customizable Math learning solution.
Information technology (IT) and business leaders are often confused about what Artificial Intelligence (AI) can do for their companies and are challenged by several AI misconceptions.
IRCTC Train Ticket Booking Online by Google Pay App: Google Pay has added support for train ticket booking for Indian Railways on Android and iOS, powered by Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC).
Super Worm Equinox Moon March 2019 Date and Time in India, Live Stream: The full moon of March will also be the final Supermoon of the year 2019 and it also happens to be on the same day as the Spring Equinox, making it a rare event.
The rise of global technology superstars like Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google created new challenges for the competition watchdogs who enforce the nation’s antitrust laws.
The programme will create a single, unified platform to acknowledge developer work in open source.
A company called AV comparatives issued a report (via Engadget) after testing 250 anti-malware apps for Android phones. The company found that 68% of these apps were practically useless.
The familiar but inconspicuous work-study programs on campuses could be fine-tuned to improve retention, helping students who need income while providing them with sought-after career-readiness skills and training opportunities.
The law industry is using innovative test design and new technology curricula in law schools to make their graduates more effective employees.
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WhatsApp is currently issuing warnings and urging its users to not use third-party clones such as GB WhatsApp or WhatsApp Plus. The Facebook-owned messaging app has more than a billion users and it is not easy to keep them hooked to this app.
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