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HTC’s U12+ is bigger, bolder and edgier with powerful hardware, stunning design and a fantastic camera

HTC has just taken the wraps off its 2018 flagship, the U12+. It’s a successor to and an evolution of last year’s exceptional U11 that – frankly – we’re all a little excited about. On the naming front, HTC wants to make it known that the U12+ is going toe to toe with the “plus” and “pro” models from other manufacturers, and it’s kitted out with the features and specs needed to take on the competition. Internally, the U12+ has…

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Transforming the workplace with document scanning technologies

With the continuing focus on digital transformation in the workplace, why is there still so much paper on our desks? According to The World Counts, we use more than two pieces of paper for everyone on earth every single hour; and demand for paper is expected to double by 2030. What’s more, managing documents is increasingly burdensome as the workforce becomes more mobile, with many working outside their employers’ main offices for half the week or more, according to research…

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Coming to Blizzard Battle.net

Blizzard announced that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 for PC will be available exclusively on Blizzard Battle.net this fall. By “exclusively”, Blizzard means that the game will not be accessible on Mac through Battle.Net. Some of Blizzard’s other games are accessible by both Mac and PC. The Call of Duty Black Ops 4 website says the game will be available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One In the announcement, Blizzard says: Players on Battle.Net will get all the same…

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World’s First Robotic Kitchen Restaurant, Spyce, Opens Up in Boston

A group of four MIT engineers has opened up one of the world’s first robotic kitchen restaurant, Spyce in Boston. The team describes the innovative robotic kitchen restaurant as ‘Culinary Excellence, Elevated by Technology’. The Spyce restaurant operates with a team comprising of autonomous machines and humans. Precisely, there is a series of seven mechanical cooking woks in place of human chefs. These kitchen robots are designed to simultaneously prepare food in less than three minutes. Humans garnish the meals served like…

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The Fairy Is a New Drone That Promises to be Your Aerial Photographer

It’s been years since you believed in the tooth fairy, your fairy godmother, or the best known fairy of all — Tinkerbell. But that doesn’t mean fairies don’t exist. In fact, the Fairy drone is very real indeed. It’s a pocket-sized drone that promises to be able to fly and take photos just about anywhere. Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, the Fairy has clearly captured the imaginations of backers around the globe, with nearly 800 individuals already pledging almost $100,000…

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Microsoft Singapore: 2018 Events | ZDNet

As we swiftly approach the second half of 2018, here’s the latest events and technology conferences from Microsoft in Singapore. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back in occasionally as dates, details and more event announcements will be mentioned. SINGAPORE 13 June: Azure Discovery Day – Singapore Source link

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Google search reveals names of rape victims

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Google removes predictions which are sexually explicit, hateful, violent or dangerous Google’s auto-complete and related search functions are revealing the identity of rape victims who have been granted anonymity. The issue was discovered in a Times newspaper investigation of several prominent sexual assault cases. Searches for attackers or alleged attackers automatically reveal the names of the women they have been accused of raping. Google said it had removed all examples it had been “made…

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Eerie Drone Footage Of A Ghost Town Near Chernobyl

On April 26 1986 the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in the Ukraine suffered one of the worst nuclear catastrophes the world has ever seen. Thirty-two years later, the town of Pripyat, which was close to the reactor still stands abandoned, slowly being reclaimed by nature. Thanks to drone footage, we can see how the ghost city looks today – eerie, and to a certain extent, beautiful. More »         Source link

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Federal government spent over $24.4 million on Facebook and Instagram ads between 2016 and March 2018

According to a recent report from the Canadian Press, the federal government spent approximately $24.4 million on Facebook and Instagram ads between 2016 and March 2018. The number comes as a result of new figures tabled in Parliament on May 22nd, 2018. The Canadian Press also reported that the federal government has been increasing its use of paid Facebook ads over the past three years. Source: Canadian Press Source link

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A Guide to Private and Public Cloud Hosting

Cloud computing is the way of the future, though far too many businesses do not entirely understand what it is and what it means. Essentially, cloud computing is the ability to access data remotely. It uses the same principles as the internet and requires dedicated servers to work. The difference between traditional methods and cloud methods, however, is the increased scalability, and the ability for remote access. It is the best solution for every business who wants to do more…

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