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  • Hugely Successful Chinese Govt App Designed By Alibaba

    Hugely Successful Chinese Govt App Designed By Alibaba

    Alibaba, a multi-million dollar company headed by Jack Ma, who is considered as one of the biggest entrepreneurs of the present generation, recently came into the news as the company responsible for developing an application aimed at spreading the propaganda of the Chinese government. This revelation was done by two employees of the company itself and comes at a time…

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  • Facebook To Increase Fact-Checking Before Elections In India

    Facebook To Increase Fact-Checking Before Elections In India

    Reportedly, Facebook has bolted five new affiliations in India to expand its fact-checking program before the country’s general election, which is scheduled in May. In recent time, the tech giant declared it had associated with Vishvas.news, India Today Group, Newsmobile, Factly, and Fact Crescendo, which were all approved through a global fact-checking network. The collaborators would analyze news stories posted…

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  • Enterprise Program By Apple Is Being Abused By Gambling And Porn Apps

    Enterprise Program By Apple Is Being Abused By Gambling And Porn Apps

    Gambling and porn firms are sneaking private applications on the iPhone, with the help of the same tool that Apple busted Google and Facebook for improperly employing previous month. Media uncovered almost 12 apps employing “developer enterprise program” by Apple to get loaded onto iOS gadgets outside of the App Store. Apple prohibits porn inside apps, while gambling applications are…

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  • Streaming Service By AT&T Will Not Have Original Shows Till 2020

    Streaming Service By AT&T Will Not Have Original Shows Till 2020

    AT&T is carrying on the trickle of data about its next WarnerMedia streaming service, and now it is more particular about the type of content you will receive. Kevin Reilly (TNT and TBS President) claimed at a Television Critics Association event that the beta edition of the service rolling out in 2019 will not have originals. You’ll have to hang…

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  • Verizon Ad Admires First Responders After Wildfire Throttling Scam

    Verizon Ad Admires First Responders After Wildfire Throttling Scam

    This week, Verizon rolled out a Super Bowl ad campaign in honor of first responders, months after a scam over strangling firefighters in California during a wildfire crisis. The ad comprises first responders’ interviews and concludes with a message from the firm: “First responders respond to our call. Our duty is to make certain that they can get it.” The…

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  • WhatsApp For Android Beta Receives 21 Revamped Emojis

    WhatsApp For Android Beta Receives 21 Revamped Emojis

    WhatsApp for Android has been updated to a new beta version that gets with it revamped 21 emojis. As per a fan website recognized for correct data on WhatsApp features, WABetaInfo, the revamped emojis can be used in WhatsApp for Android beta variant 2.19.21, accessible through Google Play Beta program. This new emojis design is projected to be accessible in…

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  • Via Ride-Sharing Links LA Users To 3 Metro Stations

    Via Ride-Sharing Links LA Users To 3 Metro Stations

    In an attempt to tempt users to ride public transportation one more time, LA has rolled out a pilot program developed to transport residents to and from 3 of the crowded Metro stations in the town. The local government of LA first declared its partnership with Via (ride-sharing platform) earlier in 2017. Now, the program is live and has begun…

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  • Apple Patent Tips-Off That Future Devices Could Sense Harmful Gases

    Apple Patent Tips-Off That Future Devices Could Sense Harmful Gases

    Reportedly, Apple been endowed with a patent for implementation of technology that might enable future Apple devices to sense toxic gases. Speckled by an Apple patent-tracking website, the new patent specifies the tiny gas sensors of the firm that will arrive with features such as enhanced poisoning resistance, decreased signal resistance, and improved stability. Apple has stated to have filed…

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  • Drone Sighting Briefly Stops Flights To Newark International Airport

    Drone Sighting Briefly Stops Flights To Newark International Airport

    A flying drone has stopped operations at a primary airport one more time. And this time, it is in the U.S. All inbound flights to EWR (Newark International Airport) were stopped owing to a drone sighting, a spokesperson for FAA claimed to the media in an interview: As per FlightAware (the live flight tracking website), arrivals to the NYC metro…

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

    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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