Charles Ford

With an experience of more than five years in the field of technology, Charles is well aware of the inventions and launches that take place all around the world. Being a tech freak, he holds a Degree in Computer Science, which makes him justify his position. Charles likes to collect antique coins and in his free time, you will find him brainstorming to solve a Rubik’s Cube.
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Sony Europe Shifts Its Legal Base From UK To Amsterdam Over Brexit Woes

Japanese electronics giant Sony has announced that it is shifting its European base from London to Amsterdam and has blamed the Brexit uncertainty for the sudden move. This move brings out the fears about Brexit among large Japanese corporations in UK which are among its major investors and their move will adversely affect the economy due to loss of jobs…

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Ramsgate Won’t Be Prepared Before No-deal Brexit

The counselor dedicated to the harbor area has confirmed that the Port of Ramsgate will not be ready for extra ferry services in the no-deal Brexit event. A contract worth £13.8 million has been given to the Seaborne Freight so the freight services run smoothly to and fro Ostend and Ramsgate in case of no-deal Brexit. However, Beverly Martin, the…

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TCL And Roku Brainstorming On 8K HDR TV Launching This Year

TCL, which has proved itself as an incredible super TV maker, is designing an 8K TV in association with Roku, its software associate. The firms declared the project this week and claimed that the first 8K TCL Roku TV is planned for roll out by the end of this year. “Roku is creating an 8K hardware reference design, which TCL…

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Human Brain Can Be Mapped At High Resolution

  Scientists have established a new way to image human brain with extraordinary speed and resolution. With this approach, they can trace specific neurons, locate connections among them, and picture organelles inside neurons, over huge sizes of human brain tissue. The new technology syndicates a technique for increasing brain issue, making it probable to image at advanced determination, with a…

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Microsoft, Kroger Compete Amazon With The Next Gen Grocery Store Project

Tech giant Microsoft has tied up with grocery chain Kroger to provide competition to Amazon’s grocery store with their futuristic pilot project which will provide cashier-less store facility to customers. The partnership is something of a response to Amazon’s foray into grocery supplies business after it acquired Whole Foods in 2017. The retail business of Amazon which is pushing new…

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Apple Recently Warned Regarding The Problem With The iPhones

It is not hidden that the company apple has some serious plans about redesigning the iPhone in the near-future, and that the company is working on it since some now. But despite this act, the official prices are getting even lower and a recent information has warned the range of the same about some real problems that might be caused.…

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Mozilla Assures Faster, Attractive Thunderbird With Improved Gmail Support

Mozilla’s desktop email customer, Thunderbird, does not have anywhere hold of the firm’s Firefox browser. So far, even in this era of web-based email services, it still possesses a widespread user community. For 2019, this user community can expect for a more rapid and more attractive application, Ryan Sipes, Community Manager, Thunderbird, announced this week. Just a few years back,…

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Jerome Powell Says “Won’t Resign”

Chairman of Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell has mentioned taking certain moves to reinsure the current condition of the financial market. He also said henceforth the Central Bank of US would consider before increasing the rates again. In a statement, he made sure to talk about the issue of his resignation. He said he would certainly not resign even if US…

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Scientists Develop New Method To Prevent MRSA

Now scientists have come up with a new approach to prevent the spread of MRSA. This is a fatal infection which stops antibiotics from functioning. This kind of infection often spreads at hospitals. This new process has been invented by the scientists of Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health Report. MRSA computer model has been developed by the team.…

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Surgery Center Negligence Generated Infection Risk For 3,778 Patients

CBS New York reported that an outpatient surgery center, the HealthPlus Surgery Center situated in Saddle Brook, New Jersey has been alerting thousands of its patients who were recently treated at their clinics. Around 3,778 patients are being advised by the center to go with blood tests after unhygienic conditions at the facility were uncovered by a state investigation. Due…

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