Low On Budget – TECNO Pop 1 Pro Shall be your Choice!

Low On Budget – TECNO Pop 1 Pro Shall be your Choice!

When we consider the presence of mobile phone we could say that; these days it is no more a luxury and rather a necessity. However, not everyone could have hands on this necessity especially when considering the high-end brands. Therefore to cater the people with a low budget TECNO mobile...

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World’s richest divorce? Amazon founder Jeff and wife MacKenzie to part ways

World’s richest divorce? Amazon founder Jeff and wife MacKenzie to part ways

Amazon.com Inc. founder Jeff Bezos, the world’s richest man, and wife MacKenzie Bezos are divorcing after 25 years of marriage, the couple said in a joint statement on Twitter on Wednesday. Jeff Bezos, 54, is the world’s richest person, with a fortune that has soared to more than $160 billion...

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Microsoft founder Bill Gates writes a letter to Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan

Microsoft founder Bill Gates writes a letter to Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: Microsoft founder Bill Gates has written a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan and said the global tech giant could explore investment opportunities in Pakistan. The letter was presented to Pakistan premier during his meeting with President of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s Global Development Division Dr Christopher...

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Apple and Samsung: why the profits of these two mobile giants are falling

Apple and Samsung: why the profits of these two mobile giants are falling

Apple and Samsung started the new year with bad news. The two leading companies in the world of mobile telephony, announced in less than a week that their earnings for the last quarter of 2018 were much lower than they expected. Samsung said in a statement on Tuesday night that it estimates an operating...

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Robot breadmakers – The new big thing?

Robot breadmakers – The new big thing?

The robot breadmaker came to Las Vegas this week, aiming to bring some freshness to a sector that may be ready for disruption. Wilkinson Baking Company unveiled its BreadBot at the Consumer Electronics Show, a machine that mixes and bakes up to 235 loaves a day. Chief executive Randall Wilkinson...

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Hospital systems soon to be computerized, says KP Health Minister

Hospital systems soon to be computerized, says KP Health Minister

PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Health Minister Dr. Hisham Inamullah Khan on Sunday said that the provincial government decided to computerize the hospital system. Chairing a high-level meeting, Dr. Hisham Inamullah Khan said that a full-fledged information technology (IT) department would soon be established to close liaisons with the hospitals across...

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Applications that ‘steal’ user information exposed

Applications that ‘steal’ user information exposed

We all love to fill our smartphone with a number of applications. Be it social media applications, games, or helpful tools which come in handy every now and then. However, when you install these applications, they track your information! In a recent report by the Times, it was found that at least...

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WhatsApp to pull off services from certain phones in 2019

WhatsApp to pull off services from certain phones in 2019

WhatsApp will forever be lauded for revolutionizing communication and instant messaging. In its aim to offer even better service to its users, the application has recently announced that it will stop working on a number of gadgets. WhatsApp is likely to pull off its support for Nokia S40 Smartphone series after...

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Google wins US approval for radar-based hand motion sensor ‘Project Soli’

Google wins US approval for radar-based hand motion sensor ‘Project Soli’

Alphabet Inc’s Google unit won approval from US regulators to deploy a radar-based motion sensing device known as Project Soli. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said in an order late on Monday that it would grant Google a waiver to operate the Soli sensors at higher power levels than currently...

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New York state school debates over face recognition software

New York state school debates over face recognition software

A New York state is re-considering their planned usage of facial recognition software in their cameras. Lockport City School District thought they were done with debating the topic when they passed their SmartSchools plan in 2016, reports the Lockport Union-Sun and Journal. Superintendent Michelle Bradley said on Thursday that LCSD has not...

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