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YouTube Music has introduced a neat little feature that lets users flip between listening to a song to watching that song’s music video without any interruption.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you have heard about it: FaceApp is the new must-try app sensation! This latest seemingly inconspicuous app uses AI to perform a magic trick (it really is incredibly realistic): it changes your photo so you look younger or older. But along with the fun and laughs,
India is one of the countries — along with USA, Canada, Japan and China — collaborating on this international project. The Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) together will spend a sum of Rs 1,300 crore for the project across 10 years of construction.
NASA plans to study the existence of external life on the oceans which are present on the surface of Saturn's biggest moon - the Titan
Security firm Symantec has revealed that media files received on the messaging apps WhatsApp and Telegram could be manipulated for fraud.
One of the major features introduced with this update will be the HDR option, which will render the game with better colours and a higher contrast ratio.
Ladies and gents, the last chapter of the game called "Аll-Screen Phone Makers" is upon us, and the boss is harder to beat than a Bloater in Last of Us. The urge to make an "all-screen" phone has resulted in some pretty head-scratching design decisions, and they've done a lasting aesthetics damage that was pretty much uncalled for.
YouTube is introducing a new education feature called Learning Playlists that will offer dedicated landing pages for educational videos on a variety of topics, including math, science, music, and language.
President Donald Trump took some time out of his evening to tweet about cryptocurrencies today, announcing to the world that he is “not a fan” of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies because their “value is highly volatile and based on thin air.”
Tesla believes he stole company trade secrets and took them to Chinese startup, Xiaopeng Motors
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All issues and bugs with Certified Android TVs are taken care off by Google, which means that the operating system is comparatively more stable to the AOSP version.
A fake app, known as 'Updates for Samsung', has tricked millions of users. The app is unrelated to Samsung and it used to ask people money for updates.