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    Thumbs up Apple Might Ditch 3D Touch From All 2019 iPhones

    Apple could kill the 3D Touch functionality in all iPhone models that are scheduled for launch this year. According to a CultOfMac report, the company is looking for ways to reduce costs of devices and 3D Touch might be one of them. In comparison to standard touchscreens, which can only detect the touch only if a finger is pressing […]
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    Microsoft Is Testing Automatic Incognito Mode In Its Android Keyboard App
    If you use third-party keyboard apps on your Android smartphone, you must have noticed that most apps turn on the default keyboard when you begin typing in credentials such as your passwords or credit card numbers. However, keyboard apps lack the functionality to stop recording your input when you fire up a browser in incognito mode. You […]
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    Motorola To Launch Its Moto G7 Series On Feb 7 In Brazil
    Motorola has been long-awaited to unveil its Moto G7 lineup with tons of rumors and leaks surrounding it. Now, the company has finally announced a date for its official launch in Brazil. According to a Brazilian website Techtudo, the company will host an event scheduled for February 7 in Brazil for which Motorola has started […]
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    India To Soon Get Its First Li-ion Battery “Gigafactory” For Electric Cars
    After Tesla’s battery Gigafactory, India’s first lithium-ion battery Gigafactory is soon to commence operations. LIBCOIN, which consists of several companies, with Magnis Energy Technologies Limited holding 20% of non-dilutive ownership, will join hands with Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) for the factory. The lithium-ion battery Gigafactory, as announced by the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, will start at 1GWh and will […]
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    DxOMark Begins Testing Front Cameras: Pixel 3 And Note 9 Top The list
    DxOMark, with the help of its newly-launched DxOMark Selfie tool, has started testing the selfie cameras of smartphones, with the test results out for the first 12 smartphones in all the price segments. The smartphone(s) taking the first spot is the Google Pixel 3, followed by the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with a score of […]
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    Samsung Launches Industry’s Smallest Image Sensor: ISOCELL Slim 3T2
    South Korean tech major giant, Samsung, has introduced a new image sensor, dubbed as ISOCELL Slim 3T2. The image sensor is touted to be the smallest image sensor in the smartphone industry. The 0.8μm-pixel image sensor spans 1/3.4 inches (approximately 5.1-millimeters diagonally) and supports 20-megapixel resolution for both, the front and the rear cameras of […]
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    Facebook Joins Hands With Airbus For Its Internet Drone Venture: Report
    It seems like social media giant Facebook hasn’t got over its drone obsession! After giving up its drone project back in June 2018, the company now appears to be in talks with Airbus for drone tests in Australia. According to a document (thanks to Australian Freedom of Information Act) acquired by Netzpolitik, Facebook, with the use of Airbus’s […]
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    Russia Wants Facebook, Twitter To Relocate Servers To Russia
    The Russian government agency, which controls Internet censorship in the country, has opened administrative proceedings against Facebook and Twitter because for failing to comply with local data laws. The action was taken citing that the law requires all servers, that store personal data of Russians, to be located in Russia. Communications watchdog Roskomnadzor said on Monday that […]
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    Top Free VPN Apps On Android Ridden With Malware And Privacy Leaks
    Generally, Android users look out for free VPN apps on Google Play Store as the first step towards protecting privacy. But a new report suggests that the top free VPN apps are actually home to many privacy leaks and malware. Analyzing 150 free and po****r VPN apps for Android, Top10VPN discovered that at least 90% of […]
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    Android Q Will Allow Carriers To SIM Lock Your Smartphone
    Android Q is the talk of the town these days despite the fact that a majority of the smartphone users are still running Android Oreo. Last week, a leaked Android Q code revealed that we could expect a system-wide dark mode and improved permissions. However, the first bad news of the upcoming Android version has arrived […]
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    Thumbs up Android Q Will Bring Native Support For More Secure 3D Face Recognitio

    As we have already stepped into 2019, we are all waiting for the new Android operating system, dubbed the Android Q for which rumors have started taking shape. Now, the buzz has it that the OS could come up with a feature Android users might like. According to a report by XDA Developers, after going deep […]
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    Facebook To Integrate WhatsApp, Messenger, And Instagram: Report
    A report by The New York Times has indicated that Mark Zuckerberg is planning to integrate Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp. The integration of all the Facebook-owned services will lead to the creation of a large ecosystem where users can interact with each other through any of the services. The report says that each app will continue to operate individually but […]
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    GameShell Review: Hackable Game Boy Clone That Has No Limits
    When we talk about handheld gaming consoles, the first thing that leaps to our mind is Nintendo Switch. But for once, let’s hit down the nostalgia road when GameBoy made our lives richer with Mega Man V, Donkey Kong, Pokemon Red and thousands of Retro games. Nowadays, emulators enable us to play all those games on […]
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    World’s Lightest Satellite Kalamsat-V2 Launched By ISRO
    Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has successfully launched the world’s lightest satellite — Kalamsat-V2, designed by students into space. The satellite, which weighs just 1.2 Kilograms and is touted to be lighter than a wooden chair, took off from the First Launch Pad at Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR, Sriharikota, on January 24, 2019. The satellite has […]
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    PUBG Banned In Gujarat Schools; Authorities Seek Nationwide Ban
    PlayersUnknown’s Battlegrounds, po****rly known as PUBG is adversely affecting children’s studies, says a circular ordering the schools to ban the survival game in Gujarat. The famous Battle Royale genre game has been banned from primary schools in Gujarat by the state primary education department after Gujarat State Commission for Protection of Child Rights called for […]
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    Netflix Is Reportedly Making A ‘Resident Evil’ TV Series
    After bringing the exciting Choose-Your-Own-Adventure interactive film – ‘Bandersnatch‘, a new report has surfaced which claims Netflix is developing a Resident Evil television series! Deadline reports that the streaming service is planning to release it as a part of Netflix Originals. While there are no other concrete details regarding the plot, the purported series would […]
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    Chrome Adding Support For Your Keyboard’s Media Playback Keys
    If you’re a regular user of Google Chrome, then your life is going to become a lot easier with the release of Chrome 73. This is because the po****r internet browser will add support for the Media Session API. On Windows 10 PCs, the API will allow Chrome to use the native media controls which […]
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    10 Best Websites To Download Paid PC Games For Free And Legally in 2019
    In financially tough times, you might find yourself looking for a new game to play. Good games are seldom cheap. What if I told you that you could download paid PC games for free and legally? Now, you can either take the legal way or the illegal way to download games. But, taking the illegal […]
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    Apple’s Mac App Store Finally Gets Microsoft Office 365
    Apple Mac’s App Store, for the very first time, has gotten its hands on the Microsoft Office 365 suite, for the MacBook users. Microsoft Office’s entry in the Mac App Store will allow users to use the Microsoft apps such as Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and more with ease and convenience. To recall, earlier, […]
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    Heritage Project: A Blockchain-based Open Source Platform To Empower Charities
    Most of the news about blockchain is regarding making money or saving money, either in the form of cryptocurrency or logistical efficiencies. But the Project Heritage has put a new spin on the blockchain that might have you giving your money away. What is Project Heritage? A-Cubed is a Silicon Valley-based unit of Airbus that […]
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    Thumbs up Google Employees Seem To Have Lost Confidence In Google

    Google has been a company people would love to be a part of. However, a recent survey by the company throws light at a different picture, hinting at the trust issues that Google’s employees have in the company. According to a report by The Bloomberg, a recently conducted survey by Google called Googlegeist suggests that […]
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    Facebook Loses Its Major Fact-Checking Partner Snopes After 2 Yrs
    The famous fact-checking organization, Snopes has announced the end of its partnership with Facebook where it undertook the job of curbing misinformation and fake news on the platform. Facebook has ramped up its effort since the 2016 US presidential election where Russia’s social media influence came into focus — to stop the spreading of false information on […]
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    Samsung’s Foldable Phone Spotted In Leaked Promo [Watch Here]
    Samsung’s upcoming foldable smartphone has created a buzz in the tech town for quite some time. The company has also shown off the foldable display phone in November at its developer conference. However, it was covered by a chunky case to hide the actual phone design at the event. But a video teaser posted by Samsung Vietnam gave […]
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    Rock Pi 4 B Review: A Swiss Army Knife Of Single Board Computers
    The Rock Pi 4 B, while having no official affiliation with the Raspberry Pi, is a single board computer whose intention it is to provide all the features Raspberry Pi fans would like in the now dated Rasberry Pi 3 B+ model, and are hoping to see in the 4 B+ model. The Rock Pi 4 B has a […]
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    Elon Musk Makes All Tesla Patents Public To Save Earth
    On Thursday, Elon Musk announced that Tesla’s all patents have been made public and can be used by anyone in good faith. His gesture is aimed at protecting the earth from climate change which is severely affecting many parts of the world. In an official blog post, Musk said that the electric car maker company will […]
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    India Announces Dedicated Centres For Promoting Artificial Intelligence
    With a focus on AI in India, the Indian Finance Minister, Piyush Goyal has announced National Artificial Intelligence Portal in India, while presenting the Union Budget for the 2019-2020 fiscal year. The Finance Minister has suggested that a total of nine priority areas have been decided to focus on the AI sector in the country. The […]
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    1,66,000 Aadhaar Numbers Leaked By Indian State Government
    As part of a security error, over one lakh Aadhaar numbers were leaked by the government of the Indian state of Jharkhand. According to a report by TechCrunch, the web system which was responsible for marking the attendance of the government employees in Jharkhand was left without any security measures since 2014. Due to this, […]
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    OPPO K1 With In-Display Fingerprint Sensor To Arrive In India On Feb 6
    OPPO has been rumored to launch its mid-ranger smartphone, dubbed the OPPO K1. Now, according to the Flipkart listing, we have an official date for the upcoming smartphone. The Flipkart listing (with the #UnlockWithStyle) suggests that the OPPO K1 will reach Indian shores on February 6, noon. While the listing doesn’t reveal much, the OPPO […]
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    Windows 10 19H1 Will Make Setup Error Messages Less Confusing
    On installing a new program, we often end up on a some “KB023….” error. Since none of us have the slightest idea about what it means, we go on spending hours on the Internet searching for the underlying problem. To address this issue, Microsoft is finally changing the way Windows setup error messages occur, particularly […]
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    Quitting Facebook For A Month Makes People Happier: Study
    You have probably met people or heard of them who claim they are feeling better after quitting social media platform. But does it really help? Participants were regularly asked to log their mood through text messages with the researchers, who also verified that the subjects actually kept their accounts inactive. It was found that the […]
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    Thumbs up Google Will Bring Reading Mode To Chrome Browser On Desktop

    Google is reportedly working on a Reading Mode for its Chrome browser for desktop. It would be another feature after Dark mode and Tab card Previews that Google has recently copied from browsers like Microsoft Edge and Vivaldi. In a bug report published on Chromium.org, Reading Mode was mentioned that would work on different platforms like macOS, Linux, and […]
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    Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 Review — Continuing The Legacy Of Max Pro M1
    With Xiaomi dominating the mid-segment smartphone market, you have a lot of options if you are planning to purchase a sub Rs. 15,000 budget smartphone. Asus has presented a new and a quite worthy candidate in the form of Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2 which is much more than an incremental update over the hugely […]
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    Microsoft HoloLens 2 Teaser Dropped Ahead Of Its Launch At MWC 2019
    Microsoft has been rumored to launch a successor to the HoloLens, allegedly called the HoloLens 2. Now, a new teaser by the company hints at its entry at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona. Alex Kipman, Technical Fellow, Mixed Reality and AI at Microsoft, recently posted a 42-second long video, tipping at the […]
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    Man Sues Apple Because It’s Trying To Make iPhones Too Secure
    With new security issues cropping up each day, people are looking for ways to make their smartphones more secure. However, one man doesn’t seem to like the development and has, in turn, sued Apple for attempting to keep its smartphones safe. According to a report by MacRumors, Jay Brodsky, who lives in New York, has […]
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    2020 Olympics Medals Will Be Made Out Of Old Smartphones
    The 2020 Olympics is set to take place in Tokyo, Japan, and the latest word is that the tournament’s medals will be made out of old and discarded smartphones. The Olympics’ organizing committee in Tokyo began a recycling program last year to collect old smartphones for making medals for the 2020 Olympics, as smartphones are made […]
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    Microsoft Patents Touch Sensor Embedded Fabrics For Surface Devices
    According to a patent application, Microsoft’s next-gen Surface devices might include smart fabrics on the back, that would offer standard functionality like swiping gestures, changing volume and more. Under the patent titled “Forming Touch Sensor on Fabric”, Microsoft says that it will be adding touch sensors on many of its handheld devices including Surface, HoloLens and […]
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    Facebook Has A ‘Game Of Thrones’ Culture: Former Executive
    A former Facebook executive says that the highest levels of leadership at the company have a “Game of Thrones” like culture. In an interview with CNN’s Laurie Segall, ex-Facebook security chief Alex Stamos, explained how the inner workings of Silicon Valley’s social media giant reminded him of the HBO show which is famous for its political games and […]
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    iPhone SE 2 Concept Video Shows A Notch And Glass Back
    The iPhone SE has been that small yet impressive smartphone for which a successor is awaited. We have seen many rumors and leaks in the past, and joining the rumor thread we have a new concept video for the alleged iPhone SE 2, giving us hope for its launch. According to a video by Concepts […]
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    Cryptocurrency Stealing Malware ‘Clipper’ Found On Google Play
    Researchers at ESET have discovered a new strain of cryptocurrency-stealing malware dubbed the ‘Clipper’ on Google Play Store. The findings were reported to the Play Store team which quickly took down the app on February 1st. Clipper was found hidden inside an Android app which was impersonating a legitimate service known as MetaMask — a browser extension which allows Ethereum-based apps to run on a […]
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    AMD Launches Radeon VII 7nm Gaming GPU In India For INR 54,990
    AMD made it to headlines at CES 2019 by unveiling Radeon VII — world’s first 7nm graphics card. Now the chip maker company has launched the powerful graphics card in India, and you can purchase it for INR 54,990. Built on Vega architecture, AMD Radeon VII is aimed at gamers and professionals who require extensive computational power for 3D rendering, and […]
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    Thumbs up Fitbit Introduces 4 New Affordable Wearables Starting At $70

    Fitbit has announced four new affordable wearables, dubbed the Fitbit Versa Lite Edition, the Fitbit Inspire HR, the Fitbit Inspire, and the Fitbit Ace 2. Fitbit Versa Lite Edition The smartwatch is a lowered-down and inexpensive version of the Versa Edition smartwatch and can track the users’ heart rate, sleep, walk and more. The smartwatch […]
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    Linux-based PureOS Achieves PC-Mobile Convergence, Purism Claims
    In an official blog post, the Linux-powered hardware maker Purism announced that they’ve achieved convergence between mobile OS and desktop OS. This news comes as a pleasant surprise after the (failed) efforts made by Canonical to create a convergent Ubuntu OS for mobile and desktop. Purism details convergence as a term used to describe “similar functioning of an app across […]
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    Google Is Planning To Add Digital Driver License In Your Smartphone
    Google wants you to stop storing your identification documents like drivers’ license in your wallet. Instead, it is working on a mechanism that will allow you to store digital IDs on your Android smartphone. XDA Developers have reported that Google is working on an API named “IdentityCredentialAPI” which will act as a digital wallet for […]
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    Tor’s Anti-Fingerprinting Technique ‘Letterboxing’ Coming To Firefox 67
    Once again, Mozilla has taken a leaf out of Tor browser’s handbook with the introduction of user anti-fingerprinting technique in Firefox 67 which is scheduled for a release this year in May. Dubbed ‘Letterboxing,’ this method protects against window-size related fingerprinting which is used for profiling and tracking users. For the uninitiated, browser fingerprinting means collection […]
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    Samsung Galaxy S10 Expected To Ship More Units Than Expected
    Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series is official and ready to ship with great pre-order responses. Due to this, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s prediction for the series has now been increased by 30%. It is suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S10 series is now expected to ship around 40 to 45 million units in 2019, an increase from […]
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    LG Could Be Making A “Stretchable” Smartphone; New Patent Suggests
    The Incredibles gave us the elastic girl, and while LG has no plans to step onto the foldable smartphone ride, it could provide us with an elastic smartphone. According to a new patent by LG at the USPTO, the South Korean company could launch a future device with a stretchable display which can be extended in all directions: top, bottom, […]
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    Update Your Browser Right Now! Chrome Zero-day Under Active Attacks!
    Google Chrome’s security lead has warned all the Chrome web browser (Windows, Mac, and Linux) users to update their applications to 72.0.3626.121 version immediately to protect themselves from a major security issue. Google also updated its original announcement to include the information that the March 1’s patch was actually a fix for a zero-day under […]
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    Self-Driving Cars Likely To Hit Dark-skinned Pedestrians More Often: Study
    We are slowly entering into the era of self-driving cars. Many companies like Tesla, Google, and Uber are achieving milestones to bring us closer to the day when we’ll sit back and relax while smart systems will automatically drive our cars. However, the risk factor is still involved, and the recent accidents by self-driving cars […]
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    Zuckerberg Promises Self-Deleting Facebook Messages For More Privacy
    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has promised to introduce end-to-end encryption and auto-expire features on Messenger and other Facebook apps, to fulfill his commitment to privacy. In a 3,200 words blog post published by Zuckerberg, he announced that the company wants to become a “privacy-focused communications platform” for which new changes will be made to all Facebook-owned apps. At present, Facebook provides […]
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    Microsoft Open Sources Code Of Windows Calculator On GitHub
    Microsoft has open sourced the code of its Windows Calculator app in order to make more and more components of Windows open source. The company has shared the source code, unit tests, product roadmap and build system on GitHub under the MIT License. Inviting the developers to help the company make the calculator app even […]
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    Thumbs up Linux-based PureOS Achieves PC-Mobile Convergence, Purism Claims

    In an official blog post, the Linux-powered hardware maker Purism announced that they’ve achieved convergence between mobile OS and desktop OS. This news comes as a pleasant surprise after the (failed) efforts made by Canonical to create a convergent Ubuntu OS for mobile and desktop. Purism details convergence as a term used to describe “similar functioning of an app across […]
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    Google Is Planning To Add Digital Driver License In Your Smartphone
    Google wants you to stop storing your identification documents like drivers’ license in your wallet. Instead, it is working on a mechanism that will allow you to store digital IDs on your Android smartphone. XDA Developers have reported that Google is working on an API named “IdentityCredentialAPI” which will act as a digital wallet for […]
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    Tor’s Anti-Fingerprinting Technique ‘Letterboxing’ Coming To Firefox 67
    Once again, Mozilla has taken a leaf out of Tor browser’s handbook with the introduction of user anti-fingerprinting technique in Firefox 67 which is scheduled for a release this year in May. Dubbed ‘Letterboxing,’ this method protects against window-size related fingerprinting which is used for profiling and tracking users. For the uninitiated, browser fingerprinting means collection […]
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    Samsung Galaxy S10 Expected To Ship More Units Than Expected
    Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series is official and ready to ship with great pre-order responses. Due to this, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s prediction for the series has now been increased by 30%. It is suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S10 series is now expected to ship around 40 to 45 million units in 2019, an increase from […]
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    LG Could Be Making A “Stretchable” Smartphone; New Patent Suggests
    The Incredibles gave us the elastic girl, and while LG has no plans to step onto the foldable smartphone ride, it could provide us with an elastic smartphone. According to a new patent by LG at the USPTO, the South Korean company could launch a future device with a stretchable display which can be extended in all directions: top, bottom, […]
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    Update Your Browser Right Now! Chrome Zero-day Under Active Attacks!
    Google Chrome’s security lead has warned all the Chrome web browser (Windows, Mac, and Linux) users to update their applications to 72.0.3626.121 version immediately to protect themselves from a major security issue. Google also updated its original announcement to include the information that the March 1’s patch was actually a fix for a zero-day under […]
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    Self-Driving Cars Likely To Hit Dark-skinned Pedestrians More Often: Study
    We are slowly entering into the era of self-driving cars. Many companies like Tesla, Google, and Uber are achieving milestones to bring us closer to the day when we’ll sit back and relax while smart systems will automatically drive our cars. However, the risk factor is still involved, and the recent accidents by self-driving cars […]
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    Zuckerberg Promises Self-Deleting Facebook Messages For More Privacy
    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has promised to introduce end-to-end encryption and auto-expire features on Messenger and other Facebook apps, to fulfill his commitment to privacy. In a 3,200 words blog post published by Zuckerberg, he announced that the company wants to become a “privacy-focused communications platform” for which new changes will be made to all Facebook-owned apps. At present, Facebook provides […]
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    Microsoft Open Sources Code Of Windows Calculator On GitHub
    Microsoft has open sourced the code of its Windows Calculator app in order to make more and more components of Windows open source. The company has shared the source code, unit tests, product roadmap and build system on GitHub under the MIT License. Inviting the developers to help the company make the calculator app even […]
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