Monthly Archives: January 2019

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Google Pays Fossil $40M To Compete With Apple Watch

Undoubtedly, Apple has dominated the smartwatch market since the arrival of first-generation Apple Watch in 2015. The close integration of iOS with WatchOS has helped Apple Watches to gain immense popularity. Meanwhile, Google has also been working on improving its WearOS. That said, watches running on WearOS are not as […]

Spotify’s in-car music player likely to go on sale this year

Spotify to reportedly release its in-car music player this year Rumors about famous music streaming service Spotify launching its own music hardware has been doing the rounds for quite some time now. Now, according to a new report from The Financial Times, Spotify is all set to officially release its in-car music […]

Android Q first beta build shows system-wide dark theme, privacy controls, and more

Android Q may bring system-wide dark theme, improved privacy, and desktop mode Google had launched its latest operating system, Android Pie or ‘P’ in August last year. Five months after the release, Google has already started testing its upcoming mobile operating system, Android ‘Q’, according to a new leak spotted […]

Facebook is secretly working on a new meme hub app ‘LOL’ for teens

Facebook secretly testing a meme hub app called ‘LOL’ to win teens over Facebook is trying every possible means to woo back its lost audience of teenage smartphone users from other social platforms such as Snapchat, Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok. After working on dating app, the social media giant is […]

Microsoft India to set up 10 AI labs, train 5 lakh youths in the country

Microsoft to set up 10 AI labs, train 5 lakh youths and upskill 10,000 Indian developers Microsoft India on Wednesday announced its plans to set up Artificial Intelligence labs (AI) in 10 universities in the country in the next three years. The company also plans to upskill over 10,000 developers to bridge the […]

FilmoraPro – Professional Video Editing Software Designed for Established and Aspiring Filmmakers

Finding a video editing app that is both powerful and easy to use is not as simple as it sounds. Most of the popular video editing software products offer a wide range of tools professionals use in their projects, but learning how to use DaVinci Resolve, Sony Vegas Pro or […]

Foxconn cuts 50,000 contract workers early due to weaker iPhone demand

Foxconn hit by iPhone sales slowdown sheds 50,000 contract workers earlier than expected Foxconn Technology Group, Apple’s biggest iPhone assembler, has cut around 50,000 of its contract jobs since October 2018 at its most important iPhone factory in Zhengzhou, China, reports Nikkei. Foxconn generally hires thousands of temporary employees throughout the […]

Facebook open sources Spectrum for efficient uploading of images

Facebook launches open-sourced Spectrum for better mobile image production Facebook has officially released an open source tool to the developer community to make the process of uploading images more efficient. Dubbed as “Spectrum”, this tool is a cross-platform image transcoding library that can easily be integrated into an Android or […]

CodeGym Review: A Gamified Platform To Learn Coding In Java

Which programming language is a smart choice to start a career? It’s reasonable to say that you have many options to help you build a prominent future in coding, but some of them are more alluring. For the past 20 years, three languages have been ruling the programming world: Java, […]

North Korean hackers get access to Chile’s ATM after employee falls for fake job interview over Skype

Employee tricked into giving North Korean hackers access to Chile’s ATM over fake Skype job interview North Korean hackers fooled a Redbanc employee into a fake job interview over Skype and then tricked him into downloading malware onto his work computer to get access to the company’s interbank network, according to […]