Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Twitter Users Get Weird Notifications

No, your Twitter was not hacked Twitter  users on iOS were hit with a strange bug. Instead of receiving notifications that included the tweet itself, they...
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Apple’s first 5G iPhone to arrive in 2020

Apple’s recent announcement that it would no longer disclose iPhone sales on a quarterly basis prompted some investors to question Apple’s ability to increase...
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Huawei takes innovation up a notch

Huawei Consumer Business Group (CBG) has recently revealed their latest Flagship devices - the Mate 8 and the M2 tablet to the Middle East...
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Whirlpool Corporation enhances voice capabilities with Google Home in connected appliances

Whirlpool Corporation announced several improvements to the voice-command capabilities among its connected product lines at the 2018 Google I/O conference in Mountain View, Calif....
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An 8K TV, A Robot Pet and All Other Cool Gadgets...

5 Best gadgets debuted at CES 2019 Technology is advancing by the day if not by the second. Every year we get a peek of...
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LG Is Said to Plan Selling TVs That Roll Up Like...

LG Electronics plans to begin selling big-screen TVs next year that can be rolled up and put away like a poster, the centerpiece of...
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Yep, Bitcoin Was a Classic Bubble. And It Popped.

It seems like every asset bubble has a famous anecdote of someone claiming, right at the top, that a crash is impossible. In the...
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The Problem With Dominant Mark Zuckerberg Types

It irks investors in America, and now it’s irking them in Europe too. The U.S. stock market’s permissive attitude to initial public offerings that...
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The Millennials of India Are Turning to Algorithms for Love

Pawan Gupta wasn’t having any luck finding a match. The 31-year-old MBA graduate wanted to get married and scoured dating apps and Indian matrimonial websites....
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Google Plans High-Flying Balloons to Provide Internet in Africa

Bringing fast, widespread internet to rural Africa has proven vexing for companies that have tried—and largely failed—with strategies ranging from drones to satellites. Now,...
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