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Wal-Mart Introduces Its Own Brand Of Tablets

It’s been known for some time that Wal-Mart was trying to bring life to the tablet market with its own branded tablets. According to a new report, there are three devices with the Onn house brand coming to the market soon. Perhaps Wal-Mart is trying to chip into Apple share of the market, or maybe […]

May 24th, 2019 | Posted in Business,Featured,New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Huawei Devices In Danger Of Not Seeing Android Q Update

It wasn’t long ago that Huawei promised that its flagship phone would get the Android Q update after Google’s Pixel devices got it. However, it appears that Google has other plans, and the Chinese tech giant’s phones may never get the update. No real surprise that Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro is not listed on Android’s […]

May 24th, 2019 | Posted in Business,New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Google AI Finds Evidence Of Lung Cancer Better Than Humans

Artificial Intelligence

Most people worry that science is going too far with the advent of artificial intelligence (AI), and based on science fiction, the very idea of giving machines the power to create could be bad (Terminator, anyone?). However, Google’s AI is actually doing some very interesting things that should have people sitting up and taking notice. […]

May 24th, 2019 | Posted in Featured,Health,New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Microsoft To Remove Highlights From Its Program

Microsoft has redesigned Skype so many times; it’s easy to lose count. And now, the company is redesigning the popular chat app again. The company has been making minor changes to the program for many years, but Microsoft looks to make a huge design change to its Snapchat-like Highlights feature. The change is the removal […]

September 3rd, 2018 | Posted in New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Google Unveils YouTube Music

Google recently released its new streaming service for YouTube Music – some users can get either for free with ads, $9.99 a month without ads or $11.99 a month for YouTube Premium that involves original video content. Anybody with a subscription to Google Play Music will enjoy a YouTube Music subscription with the membership. Google’s […]

May 24th, 2018 | Posted in Entertainment,Opinion,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Tiangong-1 Space Station To Hit Earth Sometime Today

U.S.-based Aerospace Corp. and European Space Agency’s Space Debris Office have forecasted that Tiangong-1, a Chinese space station, will fall to early Sunday night around 7:30 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. The crash was originally believed to happen Saturday. However, PerSpace.com said the final re-entry time for the falling station would vary. However, ESA officials have […]

April 1st, 2018 | Posted in New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Google To Stop Shortener Service In 2019

url shortener goo.gl

In 2009, Google introduced its goo.gl URL shortener, being one of the first companies to offer such a service. Since its inception, a multitude of companies have come about to provide a similar function. This is good because Google is going to stop using its goo.gl as of March 30, 2019. By discontinuing the service, […]

April 1st, 2018 | Posted in Featured,New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Google Removes Function To Thwart Thieving Of Pictures

Google has come up with a small, but impactful change to its image search feature. The company is getting rid of its “view image” button, which enables users to open the image by itself. This button was particularly useful for people who wanted to take and use it for their own purposes. If you want […]

February 17th, 2018 | Posted in New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Google Play Removes 30+ Malicious Apps From Its Store

Google Play recently removed more than 30 fake security apps that secretly stole user information. According to Trend Micro, a cybersecurity firm, there were 36 known applications that stole user information, tracked their location and belligerently pushed advertisements. It’s not clear how many people may have been affected before Google was informed and then removed […]

January 6th, 2018 | Posted in New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

Microsoft Discontinues Manufacturing and Selling Kinect Devices

Microsoft has decided to kill its state-of-the-art, motion-sensing peripheral device – Kinect, which was introduced for its Xbox 360 and upgraded for its current game console – the Xbox One. According to two Microsoft executives – Xbox Devices Marketing General Manager Matthew Lapsen and device creator Alex Kipman, the company has indeed stopped producing the […]

October 29th, 2017 | Posted in Business,Featured,New,Sci/Tech | Read More »

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