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Blockchain Technology to Help Homeless in America

It seems that blockchain technology is opening gates for a plethora of opportunities to provide services. Using the technology, the city of Austin is piloting a program in which homeless will be given...  Read More

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Snapchat to obtain the actual Time Warner shows

American cable television company Time Warner and Snap recently  made an announcement regarding entering into an accord to expand original shows for messaging service Sna...   Read More

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Netflix is geared up to introduce interactive shows

Netflix announced its new launch which is in interactive format and turns viewers into legitimate storytellers. When compared to standard television, these so-called interactive sh...   Read More

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Dropbox dropped Amazon Web Services

At first it seemed that the bonding between a startup company and a well-established cloud company would bloom, but now it seems Amazon got dumped by Dropbox. Dropbox has announce...   Read More

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Pokémon Go Is Getting The Biggest Update Ever!!!

Almost one year ago, people knew about Pokémon was that it was an animated series and Pikachu is the cutest Pokémon (Admit it!!), but today Pokémon is probably...   Read More

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Netflix opts to unite with Amazon, Reddit and others in a protest to save net neutrality in the US be held on 12 July

American entertainment giant Netflix recently announced its willingness to participate along Amazon and Reddit in an “Internet-Wide Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality&rdquo...   Read More

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Google is ready with its new object detection API

In the holy name of API, Google is rolling out TensorFlow, a new object detection API that shall enable developers and researchers to identify and recognize objects within images. ...   Read More

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Apple is working on making driverless cars, substantiates CEO Tim Cook

There has been some rumors about the tech giant working on driverless cars, but it was never been confirmed, until now. Recently there has been a buzz that Apple CEO Tim Cook has a...   Read More

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Amazon’s Dash Wand is gaining popularity in the world of virtual assistants

The 2014 launched Amazon’s Dash Wand is gaining popularity in the era of virtual assistants and Amazon Echo. It is a handheld barcode scanner that you can use to add things t...   Read More

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Alibaba might be stirring things up against Uber in Southeast Asia region

Alibaba President Jack Ma has shown his interest in investing in Uber’s rival Grab, a Southeast Asia haulage company. It is said that he might be considering joining $1.4 bil...   Read More

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Artificial Intelligence can clear up the harmful Facebook contents

Google, YouTube and many such companies have already introduced a system where the harmful contents can be removed from the webpage. Recent studies have proved that Facebook is als...   Read More


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