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Soon You will Pay For Goods With the Palm of Your Hand

The Aeon Financial Service Company and their subsidiary AEON Credit Service along with Fujitsu announced that Fujitsu and AEON Credit Services are going to start the new revolutionary cardless payment system. This system which will be utilizing the Fujitsu’s own palm vein biometric authentication tech. In the very start of …

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Misconceptions About Incognito Mode

Study Shows Misconceptions Regarding Incognito & Private Mode

Study Shows Misconceptions Regarding Incognito & Private Mode: The researchers from the University of Chicago have found out that there is a lot of misconception regarding incognito mode among the users. Many of which the users thing that their employers or the ISPs would not be able to check out …

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Facebook Reportedly Hires AI Chip Head From Google

Facebook Reportedly Hires AI Chip Head From Google

Facebook is for sure continuing to more resources on to the development of AI-focused chips, which is why they are bringing the senior director of engineering from Google who worked on chips for Google’s products to lead its efforts, Bloomberg reports. We have reached out to the Google and Facebook …

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YouTube TV Goes Down During World Cup

YouTube TV Goes Down During World Cup

The Croatia scored and the score is 1-1 against the England. If you are a YouTube TV subscriber, you might not know about the YouTube TV was down for almost 40 minutes. Update: it’s back just in a time for extra time. People who have paid $40 a month to …

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Apple Releases New iPad, FaceID Ads

Apple Releases New iPad, FaceID Ads

Apple has successfully releases their handful of new ads which is promoting the iPad’s portability and convenience over both laptops and the traditional paper solutions. The 15 second ads which focus on how the iPad can make even the most tedious things travel, notes, paperwork, and makes things bit easier. …

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Twitter’s Efforts to Suspend Fake Accounts Have Doubled

Bots, your days of tweeting the politically division nonsense might be over. The Washington Post reported on Friday that in the last few months Twitter has suspended accounts to stop the disinformation running on their platform. Washington Post reports that Twitter has suspended as many as 70 million accounts between …

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