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210 government sites found leaking Aadhaar details

Almost 210 sites of the state and central government divisions were discovered to be showing Aadhaar numbers and personal data of beneficiaries. The Parliament was later made knowledgeable about this matter. “The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has taken this matter into consideration and is frequently checking the status to get the Aadhaar information eliminated from the cited sites,” ...

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Lenovo rolls out Yoga 720 premium laptop in India

Lenovo, the well-known tech giant and parent company of Motorola, recently rolled out a new device. In order to expand its range of gaming laptop, the company recently launched Yoga 720. Let us have a look at the specs and decide whether the laptop will survive in the Indian market. The new Lenovo Yoga 720 laptop has 15.6-inch of full ...

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Kodak unveils its new portable speaker

Speakers are the new technology all the music lovers are fascinated about nowadays. The need for a chic and high-tech speaker has urged a number of companies including Apple, Amazon, Kodak, and others transform such device into reality. The latest is the portable speaker developed by the Super Plastronics Private Limited (Kodak). The company Kodak has developed a speaker for ...

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An app that can help the blind see

Blind can now visualize the things around them using an app. Microsoft has come forward to help the blind see through the eyes of the phone. The company has used Artificial Intelligence (AI) in order to make the app for the blind. The iPhone app will be able to tell the users what is present around them. The blind just ...

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First full systems test completed by Hyperloop One successfully

Hyperloop One is a firm that was established to commercialize the concept of Hyperloop, which Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, had projected and directed open-sourced in 2012. And now, it has accomplished its first successful full-system trial that was conducted on May 12 on the test track of the company in Nevada. The track, entitled as “DevLoop,” is ...

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A hat that can read your mind

Recently, the scientists have come up with a new device that can help read one’s mind easily and at a quicker pace. The device is a next-generation hat. The hat has the power of digitizing one’s thoughts as well. The researchers are trying to enhance the concept of telepathy in the coming years. What if telepathy becomes a reality within ...

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Amazon, Dish chiefs talks about wireless partnership

Jeff Bezos, Head of Amazon.com Inc. and Charlie Ergen, Chief Executive of Dish Network Corp., have discussed a joint venture to make an entry in the wireless industry. This was reported by the Wall Street Journal, mentioning people having a deep knowledge of this matter. Amazon might assist bankroll a network that Dish is designing targeted on the “Internet of ...

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Aadhaar integrated with Skype Lite for identity authentication

If you recall, in February, Microsoft had rolled out Skype Lite specifically for the Indian market at Future Decoded India event. It is a lighter, data-friendly edition of the video calling app for low-end Android smartphones developed by the Hyderabad development center of Microsoft. During the event, the company demonstrated the forthcoming Aadhaar verification feature. And finally, it is integrating ...

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Samsung to invest $380 Million in U.S. to add 1000 jobs

Samsung strategies to spend $380 Million and employ almost 1,000 employees in South Carolina for a new headquarter to assemble home appliances, the company declared this week. Samsung Electronics America defined it as a “state of the art” facility that commencing subsequent year will assemble top home products, comprising washing machines, and will be staffed with engineers, craftsmen, and operators. ...

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Telegram to be registered in Russia, but won’t share private information

As we know, Russian authorities had threatened to ban the Telegram messaging app after suspecting its use in the suicide bombing incident at the St Petersburg Metro. That proposed the authorities were determined about blocking the messaging app on national security grounds except if it fulfilled their demands. Durov replied that several terrorism-related channels are blocked by the app and ...

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