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Ever since WhatsApp redeveloped its Status feature into a more interactive version that allows users post images, GIFs, videos, and decorative texts, the users have found a unique way to broadcast every moment, thought, or idea.
WhatsApp recently added more restrictions to message forwarding on the platform in its efforts to clamp down on the spread of fake news
Consider this scenario: Everyone you know has an iPhone. You succumb to the peer pressure and not only buy a new iPhone, but eventually a MacBook.
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We hit the street of SXSW to see if people could explain how elusive cryptographic systems like blockchain and cryptocurrency really work.
Read More : Mashable
The history of AI is often told as the story of machines getting smarter over time. What’s lost is the human element in the narrative, how intelligent machines are designed, trained, and powered by human minds and bodies
Read More : Spectrum.ieee
Recently, I visited the Facebook Headquarters in London to learn about the process of developing and maintaining its mobile Facebook app.
As per the Stanford Daily, Gates said, “The world hasn’t had those many technologies that are both promising and dangerous the way AI is.”
We’re at a pivotal point in the history of mobile screens – OLEDs have finally matched LCDs. Looking at the user interest, OLED-packing phones have climbed up to equal LCD models and are set to surpass them very soon.
Read More : Gsmarena
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.
Read More : Phonearena
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.