Facebook could be fined by FTC for privacy violations

Facebook and officials at the Federal Trade Commission are in discussions for negotiating a multibillion-dollar fine to settle the agency’s investigation into the company’s past privacy practices, according to The Washington Post. It would be the largest fine the FTC has ever levied on a tech company. But the fine specific amount has not been determined yet. […]

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Apple acquire artificial intelligence voice startup PullString

Apple has recently acquired the San Francisco based artificial intelligence startup PullString. According to the reports the company is said to be worth under $100 million, but well over the $44 million in venture capital funding PullString has amassed thus far. PullString specializes in helping companies to build conversational voice apps, according to a report from Axios. Pullstring […]

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Google start testing its AR navigation feature for Google Maps

Google has recently started testing its AR navigation feature for Google Maps. The feature is currently being tested and is only available to some of users. Now this new AR navigation feature was revealed by Google at last year’s I/O developer’s conference. The new augmented reality feature for Google Maps, which would provide people with […]

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Raspberry Pi opens its first retail store in UK

Raspberry Pi the company that makes miniature computers has recently opened its first retail store today in Cambridge, UK, accroding to the reports of VentureBeat. Previously, if you wanted to buy a Raspberry Pi, you need to buy it online through Amazon or any authorized Pi re-seller but not the things have changed as it has open it […]

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Super Mario Maker 2 will soon be available in Nintendo Switch

Nintendo has recently announced that Super Mario Maker 2 will soon be officially coming to the Nintendo Switch. It will include some brand new features, according to a new Nintendo Direct, which aired this afternoon. There are few things of the game that appear in the trailer which the fans can recognize instantly. Now Super Mario […]

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Opera adds built in VPN service to its Android browsers

Opera has recently announced that it is adding a free VPN into its Android browser. Which will make it harder for websites or ISPs to track your internet usage, the company also said that it will not log information that travels through the service. The feature is currently available only in the beta version and is […]

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Autopilot is disabled on Tesla Model 3 cars in Europe

Tesla has recently made its first delivery of its Model 3 cars in Europe, but customers who paid for the company’s Autopilot driver assistance package won’t be able to use it for now, according to the Los Angeles Times. Autopilot is currently disabled because the company is awaiting approval for the driver assistance package from RDW, the […]

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Toyota finally introduces cars with Android Auto compatibility

Toyota announced on Thursday that its upcoming 2020 models of the 4Runner, Tacoma, Tundra, and Sequoia will support Android Auto. The 2018 Aygo and the 2019 Yaris (in Europe) will also get Android Auto. Toyota announced in January 2018 that CarPlay would come to the 2019 Avalon. After it spread to the company’s other sedans […]

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Google Chrome to launched a dark mode for Windows 10 and macOS

Google is recently testing a new dark mode for Google Chrome browser. 9to5Google reports that both macOS and Windows 10 will soon get dark mode feature, and it’s currently in testing in the latest Canary development builds of Chrome. Chrome is said to enable dark mode by default, picking up your system settings on macOS and Windows. The […]

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