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What Social Media Needs to Learn From Traditional Media

On October 10, 1999, The Los Angeles Times published a special issue of its Sunday magazine devoted entirely to the opening of the Staples Center arena in downtown LA. Apparently unbeknownst to the Times editorial staff, including the writers and editors who put the magazine together, the paper had struck a deal with the owners […]

Microsoft’s Surface Duo 2 Is a Lovable Weirdo

Two Octobers ago, Microsoft revealed its long-in-the-works dual-screened device, named the Surface Duo. No one bought it. That’s not actually true. Some people did buy it. But the mobile device was hamstrung by glitchy software and Microsoft’s bewildering categorization of the product. The company’s product chief, Panos Panay, refused to call it a phone, though […]

HP 11-inch Tablet PC With a Flippable Camera Launched; New

HP 11-inch Tablet PC was announced on Tuesday, September 21. The tablet comes with a detachable keyboard that can be mounted to the screen in both landscape and portrait orientation with the help of magnetic clips on two sides of the display. It also comes with a 13-megapixel camera that can be flipped to use […]

Nokia G50 With Triple Rear Cameras, Snapdragon 480 SoC Launched:

Nokia G50 was launched on Wednesday as the latest affordable 5G phone by Nokia brand licensee HMD Global. The new Nokia phone comes with a waterdrop-style display and carries triple rear cameras. The Nokia G50 also includes 64GB of onboard storage and is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 SoC. Currently, the Nokia G50 […]

German auto giants place their bets on hydrogen cars

Battery power may be the frontrunner to become the car technology of the future, but don’t rule out the underdog hydrogen. That’s the view of some major automakers, including BMW and Audi, which are developing hydrogen fuel-cell passenger vehicle prototypes alongside their fleets of battery cars as part of preparations to abandon fossil fuels. They […]

CMS IT Services releases the CXO’s guide to leveraging emerging

CMS IT Services today unveiled their guide – ‘Staying competitive in the post-pandemic decade’ authored by Executive Director Anuj Vaid, that discusses the most transformative technologies for the next decade and offers insights on which horses to back in the technology race. As global business races towards digitalization, one question keeps the C-suite up at […]

NFT-Based Splinterlands Is Now the Most Widely Played Blockchain Game

NFT trading game Splinterlands has become the most popular blockchain game in the market, according to data provided by DappRadar. It confirms that the game has crossed 260,000 daily users to hit the most-popular milestone. At the time of writing, the daily user base stood at around 283,950. Blockchain games offer a fun way to […]

Need to trap a Roomba? You don’t need anything more

iRobot recently launched a new robot vacuum cleaner that uses AI to avoid dog poop, but the company’s Roombas have long struggled with a more basic problem: confusing dark patterns on carpets and rugs for perilous drops. A video recently shared on Twitter by IBM researcher Dmitry Krotov shows exactly the problem: a Roomba rolling […]

Cryptocurrency Trade Taxation in India: Finance Ministry Reportedly Forms Committee

Cryptocurrency trading may soon face a tax structure in India as the Ministry of Finance has reportedly formed a new committee to find out if income made by crypto-trading could be taxed. The development comes at a time when the country awaits the announcement of an official Cryptocurrency Bill that will be presented before the […]

Netflix makes its biggest acquisition ever — the Roald Dahl

Nearly three years after Netflix signed a deal with The Roald Dahl Story Company to create a universe of animated features based on the author’s books, the company has acquired the works outright. Netflix made the deal official on Wednesday after news of the impending acquisition was first reported by Bloomberg on Tuesday. There’s no […]