Wednesday, April 1, 2020

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Microsoft to pull minority investments in facial recognition companies

Facial recognition is a touchy subject. Many fear that it could be used to limit freedoms and view it as a gross violation of...

Elon Musk to reopen New York Tesla factory to make ventilators

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced he would reopen his firm’s New York factory to begin producing ventilators earlier this week. The electric car maker...

Apple makes its pro creative editing tools free for 90 days

The impact of the novel coronavirus and COVID-19 has forced people into their homes in order to stop the spread. Unsurprisingly, that has led...

Tesla’s Autopilot nearly ready to recognize traffic lights

Autonomous driving appears to be at least part of the future of transportation. Some argue that, eventually, self-driving cars will be more numerous on...

Zoom’s decade-long journey to the top

While the global economy suffers under the weight of the coronavirus pandemic, a few companies have surged. Zoom, a leader in the teleconferencing space,...

Big Tech joins WHO for coronavirus hackathon

Battling the current coronavirus pandemic takes a team effort. From governments to businesses to individuals, everyone is working together to find ways to slow...

IBM launches coronavirus tracking feature in Weather Channel app

IBM recently added a new feature to its popular Weather Channel mobile application. The meteorological analytics tool now provides up to date and highly...

Why Artificial Intelligence is important for businesses today

Artificial intelligence has become an integral part of our everyday lives and made them easier. Most of us are not even aware of how...

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Report: TSMC ready to start volume production of Apple A13 chips

Digitimes reported on Wednesday that Taiwanese Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation (TSMC) would begin mass-producing 5 nm processors for the next...
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Marriott suffers data breach exposing 5.2 million personal records

Hospitality giant Marriott International revealed it suffered a data breach affecting 5.2 million of its former guests on Tuesday....

Samsung to end LCD production by end of year

Samsung announced it would discontinue manufacturing liquid crystal display (LCD) screens by the end of this year on Monday....

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Apple suppliers shutter factories in India due to nationwide lockdown

Apple suppliers Foxconn and Wistron announced they would shutter...

Uber Eats sees 10 percent US sales increase due to coronavirus lockdowns

Uber Eats experienced a 10 percent surge in United...
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