Facebook Will Clarify its Terms and Conditions on Data Use Amid Rising Calls for Penalties

April 13, 2019

Given the ongoing controversies relating to how Facebook user data has been used and misused by various groups – particularly those with political affiliations – Facebook is coming under increasing pressure to better outline exactly how it uses such insights, while others are also calling for the company to be held accountable for the content […]

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Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Plagued by Faulty Network Switching, Users Complain of Data Shutdown Issue

April 13, 2019

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G reportedly won’t keep data connection intact when 5G network is not available HIGHLIGHTS Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is facing issue switching between 4G and 5G Instead of connecting to available 4G signal, data connection is severed Users reportedly forced to reboot phone to get back data connectivity Samsung Galaxy S10 5G […]

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Understanding Pail Filling Equipment

April 12, 2019

When manufacturing products for distribution, it is imperative to streamline the creation process in order to churn out as much product as possible. In many industries where the product is actually some form of liquid, pail filling equipment becomes one of the most important parts of the packaging process. Function As the name implies, filling […]

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Qualcomm CFO George Davis Departs for Intel

April 4, 2019

Qualcomm’s chief financial officer, George Davis, has left the company to become finance chief at rival Intel, the two companies said on Tuesday. Davis had been the mobile chip supplier’s finance chief since 2013 and also served on the executive committee of the company’s board of directors. Qualcomm said it appointed David Wise, a longtime veteran […]

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Realme Phones Android Pie-Based ColorOS 6.0 Update Delayed Till June

April 4, 2019

Realme 2 Pro was launched last year HIGHLIGHTS Realme phones were expected to receive the anticipated Android Pie update in Q1 2019. However, that didn’t happen, and now the company has announced a new timeline for Android Pie-based Color OS 6.0 for its Realme phones. The company says that all of Realme phones will receive […]

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Nokia X71 With Hole-Punch Display to Launch on April 2; Might Debut Globally as Nokia 8.1 Plus

March 26, 2019

Photo Credit: OnLeaks/ 91Mobiles The Nokia X71 is expected to be the first smartphone from HMD Global featuring a hole-punch display Highlights Nokia X71 will come with a 48-megapixel primary rear camera It will also pack a secondary camera with 120-degree field of view Nokia X71 might be launched globally as Nokia 8.1 Plus Nokia […]

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Canada province to ban mobile phones in public classrooms

March 13, 2019

Canada’s most populous province will ban mobile phones in classrooms next year. Ontario’s education Minister Lisa Thompson announced the new policy on Tuesday, after a year of consultations. The ban would apply during LL instructional time, but there would be exceptions for teachers who want to use them as part of a lesson plan, students […]

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How Much Could ‘Facebook Pay’ Push Up the Stock in 2019

March 13, 2019

Facebook’s (FB – Get Report) next growth driver is Instagram, right? Right. But there could be another driver, and that’s payments. Facebook, whose core platform has decelerated in the past year or so, has found new growth drivers. The stock has come back to life since falling to its 52-week low of $123 in the […]

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Game Writer Chris Avellone Finishes Work On Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order

March 2, 2019

Avellone is known as the writer behind several story-driven video games, including one of the most popular Star Wars titles ever made: Knights of the Old Republic II – The Sith Lords. His more recent work includes Divinity: Original Sin II, Prey, and Into the Breach–the first of which made our top 10 games of 2017 list and the latter of […]

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Facial recognition software to identify Civil War soldiers

March 2, 2019

Through the software platform, called Photo Sleuth, Luther seeks to uncover the mysteries of the nearly 4 million photographs of Civil War-era images that may exist in the historical record. Luther will present his research surrounding the Photo Sleuth platform on March 19 at the Association for Computing Machinery’s Intelligent User Interfaces conference in Los […]

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