Foxconn said it will start building its LCD plant in Wisconsin this summer

Foxconn has recently said that it will start building its LCD display manufacturing plant in Wisconsin starting this summer, the announcement came two days after the state’s governor said he wanted to revisit the deal. Foxconn remains committed to our contract, the company said. The news, first reported byReuters, comes after Wisconsin governor Tony Evers […]

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Facebook confirms that it is working on an AI voice assistant for Portal and Oculus products

Facebook has recently confirmed that it is working on an artificial intelligence-based digital voice assistant in the vein of Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant. The news, first reported by CNBC, indicates Facebook isn’t giving up on a vision it first put out years ago, when it began developing an AI assistant for its Messenger platform […]

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Google and Apple block TikTok in India following court order

Google and Apple have removed TikTok from their respective stores in India, one of the app’s biggest user bases, according toreports from Reuters and Quartz. The move follows a request from the state court on April 3rd to ban access to TikTok on Google’s Play Store and Apple’s App Store after concerns were raised that […]

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Aston Martin finally launches its first electric car

Aston Martin has finally been revealed its first electric car which the company announced four years ago. Based on the existing combustion-engine Aston Martin Rapide sedan, the Rapide E debuted at the Shanghai Auto Show on Tuesday. Only 155 will be made, and Aston Martin didn’t announce a price for the car. Powered by an […]

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Microsoft confirms that hackers were able to access mail on Outlook

Microsoft has recently admitted that its Outlook.com security breach was worse than the company initially revealed. Microsoft’s notification revealed that hackers could have viewed account email addresses, folder names, and subject lines of emails, but in a separate notification to other affected users the company also admitted email contents could have been viewed. Vice’s Motherboard […]

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Google and Huawei agree to pay up to $400 to the faulty Nexus 6P owners

Google and Huawei has recently agreed to settle a class action lawsuit from Nexus 6P users who say their devices experienced a bootlooping issue that caused the phones to shut down randomly, regardless of the battery level. Pending court approval, the companies would be liable to a $9.75 million settlement for the class action that […]

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Mozilla releases ARM version of Firefox browser for Windows 10

Today Mozilla has released an ARM version of its Firefox browser for Windows 10. Now, Mozilla has been developing its own ARM64-native build of Firefox for Snapdragon-powered Windows laptops. This ARM version of Firefox is now available as a part of Mozilla’s beta channel for the browser and anyone with an ARM-powered Windows 10 laptop […]

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Yahoo would pay $117.5 Million to settle data breach lawsuit

Yahoo would be paying $117.5 million to settle massive data breaches that compromised people’s personal information like email addresses and passwords, CNN reported. The company proposed the settlement on Tuesday, 9 April, and will go ahead, pending an approval by US District Judge Lucy Koh. According to the report, Koh had rejected the class-action suit […]

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European Union publishes a set of guidelines for companies to developed AI

Today, The European Union has published a set of guidelines on how companies and governments should develop ethical applications of artificial intelligence. These rules aren’t like Isaac Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics. They don’t offer a snappy, moral framework that will help us control murderous robots. Instead, they address the murky and diffuse problems that […]

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