Month: August 2019

Ex-Uber Engineer Accused Of Stealing Google’s Self-Driving Car Secrets

Former Google engineer indicted for stealing trade secrets, giving to Uber The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) on Tuesday filed a criminal indictment against an ex-Google and Uber engineer for stealing self-driving technology from Google before joining its rival, Uber Technologies Inc. The accused, Anthony Scott Levandowski, a 39-year-old engineer and former head of Uber’s self-driving vehicle […]
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Facebook Quietly Removes The ‘It’s Free And Always Will Be’ Slogan From Its Homepage

Facebook Quietly Changed Its Homepage Slogan This Month Facebook has quietly replaced its long-time slogan on its sign-up homepage with a new one and no one knows why. The tagline has been changed from “It’s free and always will be” to “It’s quick and easy.” According to Business Insider, who traced the switch using internet archive Wayback […]
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India Develops World’s First Iron-Ion Battery

World’s First-Ever Iron-Ion Battery Developed By Indian Researchers Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras have officially developed the world’s first iron-ion battery, which could be a possible low-cost replacement to the existing mainstream lithium-ion battery. “The major limitations of lithium-ion batteries are the unavailability of lithium in conjunction with the safety issues. […]
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How To Take A Screenshot On MacOS

Are you looking for a simple way to capture a screenshot on mac? Well, in this article, we have listed three secure methods to take a screenshot on macOS. A screenshot is an image taken of whatever’s on your screen. macOS allows users to capture full-screen screenshots, window-based screenshot, and free-form screenshot. Well, the question […]
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Apple, Samsung Face Lawsuit In The U.S. For Radio Frequency Radiation

Apple, Samsung are facing lawsuit in the U.S. over handset RF emissions Apple and Samsung, two of the world’s three largest smartphone manufacturers, are being sued in the U.S. after a test report from the Chicago Tribune revealed that their smartphones were leaking harmful radio frequency (RF) emissions more than what’s considered safe. According to the class-action […]
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Apple Reportedly Scraps Rumoured ‘Walkie-Talkie’ Feature For The IPhone

Apple shelves iPhone ‘Walkie-Talkie’ feature for offline messaging Apple was reportedly working on a ‘Walkie-Talkie’- a feature that would have allowed iPhone users to send iMessage in areas without cellular connectivity or nearby Wi-Fi networks. Apparently, Apple has shelved the ‘Walkie-Talkie’ feature for the time being, according to a new report from The Information citing sources familiar […]
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Intel Unveils New 14nm 10th-Generation “Comet Lake” Processors

Intel Announces 10th-Gen “Comet Lake” Mobile Processors Intel yesterday officially expanded its 10th Gen Intel Core family of mobile processors by announcing eight new ‘Comet Lake’ processors for laptops and 2-in-1 devices. “Our 10th Gen Intel Core mobile processors provide customers with the industry-leading range of products that deliver the best balance of performance, features, […]
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