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Snap Doubles Down On Spectacles Wearable Camera

Snap, the company behind Snapchat, released the second generation of its Spectacles. That is a wearable video camera that captures short clips that can be synced to a smartphone. The new version also takes still photos and is…

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Uber’s New Service Pool – Walk And Wait

Uber has launched a new service that lowers the costs of riding for customers who are willing to walk to and from designated locations. Passengers must walk a short distance to a pickup intersection. They are then dropped…

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Home Robot Should Be Amazon’s Next Gamble

Amazon plans to bring a home robot to market as early as 2019. It is named as “Vesta” after the Roman goddess of home and family. The project is several years old, but hiring for it recently has…

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Gmail’s Security And Privacy Get Toughened

Google rolled out a number of new features designed to make its G Suite collaboration and productivity apps more efficient and safer to use. G Suite currently has more than 4 million paying business customers. The updates include…

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Self-Flying Taxi Set To Test Run In Newzealand

Kitty Hawk company is the developer of a new autonomous flying machine called “Cora”. It will begin testing the service in rural Canterbury, a region in the South Island. Cora is an electric air taxi that can carry…

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Why You Should Care For Fileless Malware?

It is true that just like organizations adapt, so too do criminals. What modern criminals in their right mind would attempt robbing a Brink’s truck on horseback? While that strategy might have worked well in the days of…

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The Expectation About AI

Now-a-days we have fear about the killer robots and recent deaths about uber and tesla autonomous vehicles. Right now we have a question, what should we expect from AI and we think about AI. There are phenomenal advances…

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GATEway Project – Driverless Pod Is The Future Public Transport

London is one of the most important research and development programmes in manufacturing driverless vehicles. The GATEway Project has been designed to not only come up with a possible solution to public transport but also to gauge how…

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The World’s Smallest Computer is Smaller Than Grain of Salt

The IBM is working on the world’s tiniest computer. The finished computer is smaller than a grain of salt, and yet has the same computing power as Intel’s X86 chip from the 90s. IBM is working on the chip…

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“Incognito” Browsing isn’t Really Private

Every Internet users has a question that how secure their private data really Many of us think that we are in the right way. The following are five such misconceptions, the truth behind them, and what to do…

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