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Now Color Your WhatsApp Status

Now Color Your WhatsApp Status

Get set for colorful status upgrades on WhatsApp. Previously this month, WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned company, was apparently testing a fresh feature that will enable consumers to post status updates with colorful backdrop. The supposed next feature was first located by an Internet website. The firm has now begun launching out the colored text statuses for its iOS and Android consumers. ...

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More Than 2.3 Million Viruses Detected on Windows

More Than 2.3 Million Viruses Detected on Windows

More than 13 families of ransomware and 2.3 Million viruses were identified in the quarter two of 2017 on Windows. This data was received to the media from a new report this week. As per Quick Heal Technologies, detections of malware witnessed a fall of 23% but carried on to come out more than 1,700 times each minute. “Even though ...

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Intel to Launch its Own Autonomous Cars

Intel to Launch its Own Autonomous Cars

Intel, the Silicon Valley major, this week declared plans for a group of self-driving vehicles. The decision came after its conclusion of the acquirement of Mobileye, the Israeli autonomous technology company. A day after fixing the $15 Billion agreement to acquire Mobileye, Intel claimed that it will start launching completely autonomous cars later in 2017 for testing in Israel, Europe, ...

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Government Divisions Get Green Signal to Design Apps Via Startups

Government Divisions Get Green Signal to Design Apps Via Startups

The government of the state has subjected an order requesting all divisions to approach startups for designing mobile applications for their certified projects. These startups must be cleared by the KSUM (Kerala Start Up Mission) or registered in the state. This data was provided by the two sources having deep knowledge of the matter to the media in an interview. ...

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Flipkart, Amazon ringing new bells to raise sales of smartphone

Flipkart, Amazon ringing new bells to raise sales of smartphone

Stagnation in the stake of online sector in the handset retail market is turning Amazon and Flipkart, the top ecommerce companies, to operate on new tactics, since they make an attempt to push trades of a group of products that collects the most income to them. Flipkart is extending the list of small cities it serves and pledges deliveries within ...

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Facebook Acquires AI Startup Ozlo

Facebook Acquires AI Startup Ozlo

Facebook recently closed down one of its Artificial Intelligence (AI) networks since chatbots disobeyed the algorithms generated by human and commenced communicating in their own language. It has now obtained Ozlo, an AI startup, to improve its personal assistant for Messenger. The 4-year-old startup is based in California and specializes in understanding conversations based on texts. Its claims that its ...

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Softbank’s Net Profit Grew After Sale of Alibaba Stake

Softbank's Net Profit Grew After Sale of Alibaba Stake

SoftBank, the popular Japanese multinational giant, last week claimed that its annual net profit grew 3 times. Thanks to the immediate gains from the auction of a wager in Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant. The firm claimed that net annual profit for the financial year 2016–2017 came in at 1.43 Trillion Yen ($12.6 Billion), compared with 474.17 Billion Yen of ...

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Smartphone Users More Probable to Splurge Online

Smartphone Users More Probable to Splurge Online

Keep your handset at bay if you wish to hold back that urge to splurge, say researchers who discovered that users are more probable to indulge in culpable pleasures while online shopping utilizing a smartphone as compared to a computer. “Touchscreen tech has quickly infiltrated the user market and surrounded itself into our day to day lives. Given its quick ...

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Scientists Utilize Light to Wipe Away Unwanted Memories

Scientists Utilize Light to Wipe Away Unwanted Memories

Scientists at Riverside in the University of California have designed a method to selectively wipe away fear memories. This can be done by weakening links among the nerve cells comprised in making such memories. Memories can be activated by spurs such as sounds, sights, and smells. Some memories are made at the time of traumatic events, and in this condition ...

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SAP India Aims to Train 15 Lakh Consultants

SAP India Aims to Train 15 Lakh Consultants

The largest technology firm in Europe will re-skill, skill, and up-skill 15 Lakh of its agents in the coming 3 years. SAP makes this move as it looks to aim small companies to develop its business in the country. Currently, 80% of 8,600 clients of SAP in India are micro, small, & medium enterprises (MSMEs). “We are recognized as a ...

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