The Indian Government announced on Monday that they would block 59 Chinese apps on the grounds of Section 69A of the IT Act 2000. This decision comes amidst increasing political tensions between the two countries, as well as growing privacy concerns. According...
Google has launched a new update. Not only does it bring better and more improved tab management but extends to QR codes as well as performance enhancements including 10% faster page loads, PDF improvements, and a host of developer features. Google Chrome's new update, Chrome 85 is compatible on all platform Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS.
Amazon has been a brilliant innovator in their use of augmented reality to maintain the distance between their workers during the coronavirus pandemic. They are introducing numerous units to implement the new tool in order to ensure the safety of their warehouse staff. The aim is to keep them suitably socially distanced.
YouTube will now be allowing creators to automate their replies to comments by making use of Google’s artificial intelligence technology. This is a massive step forward for the platform and a welcome development for creators whose time is very often taken up ensuring they respond to the majority of community questions timeously.
Yesterday was the deadline for Amazon employees to remove the TikTok app from their phones. The retail giant had sent out communications to all its employees instructing them to delete the app by 10th July 2020. This was a surprising move in the first instance, but it turns out, it was actually sent in error – or so Amazon claims. When contacted for comment, the company declined to give any explanation on how or why the communication was sent by accident.
With advancements in artificial intelligence, it is now possible to use an app to assess the quality of tuna fish using AI. It is a fascinating new development in the world of AI. But, is it really viable to check the quality of a piece of fresh fish with an app? The answer is: mostly YES. A chain of Japanese sushi restaurants has pioneered the new app powered with AI to assess certain criteria relating to the quality of each piece of fish.
Apple cancels some Arcade games as a strategy to better retain its subscribers. Apple Inc. decided to shift the strategy of its Apple Arcade service by canceling some contracts for games that were being developed and shifted its focus...
If you were one of the small number of users of the Hobbi app who documented your personal projects and craft projects, you may feel hard done by. If you don’t know what it is, you are not alone. It was an experimental app, however Facebook recently decided it was time to shut it down.
A leaked Microsoft document has hinted at a second next generation Xbox, much to the delight of Xbox fans around the world. As it turns out, Microsoft has been in the planning phase for another, cheaper and lesser powered Xbox console, making it a more affordable leap for interested users into the realm of Xbox – and thereby opening up the customer base.