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AI Photo Filter Prisma Wants To Sell Its Tech To Other Companies

08/21/2017, Photo editing apps are a dime a dozen, so when Prisma was launched, it’s safe to say that many were a bit skeptical about its capabilities and how it could differ from the competition, but it managed to prove itself through the use of AI in which the...

FBI Reportedly Advising Companies To Ditch Kaspersky Apps

08/21/2017, When it comes to security apps for the computer, there are various software suites out there that you can use, and Kaspersky is one of them. However in a report from CyberScoop, it seems that the FBI is advising companies in the private sector to ditch...

Smartphone Replacement Displays Could Let Hackers Into Your Phone

08/21/2017, There are various reasons why it’s a good idea to go for official repairs. For example official repairs tend to use official parts, meaning that they’re more or less guaranteed to work. They also come with official warranty so in the event that...

Google Testing Out Subscription Tools For Publishers

08/21/2017, A lot of content you read on the internet can be read for free. This is because there are many publications out there that provide content for free and rely on ads to make their money. However with more users turning to ad blockers, making money via ads...

Google Uses Machine Learning To Help Journalists Track Hate Crimes

08/20/2017, Hate crimes unfortunately happen all over the world, such as in America, and according to Google, it is difficult to track since apparently very little official data is collected on such incidents, which makes it harder for journalists to do their jobs on...

China’s Cyber-Court Tries Its First Case

08/20/2017, There are a lot of things that we can do these days that do not necessarily involve us being there in person physically. This is thanks to technology that has given us tools like video conferencing where people around the world can hold meetings at the...

Walmart Patents A Floating Blimp Warehouse

08/20/2017, Amazon isn’t the only retailer that’s looking into drone delivery. Walmart appears to be working on a similar concept but its solution might be a bit different compared to Amazon’s. Walmart has filed for a US patent for a floating blimp...

Apple In Talks With Hollywood Studios For Early Movie Rentals

08/20/2017, Movie studios have been toying with the idea of offering digital rentals of new films just weeks after they hit theaters. Cinema chains have obviously objected to these plans but the studios are not shelving them just yet. Apple is said to be one of the...

Teaser Trailer For Netflix’s ‘The Punisher’ Released

08/18/2017, When Season 2 of Netflix’s Daredevil was released, it introduced a new hero from the Marvel universe into the show in the form of the Punisher, although we guess he is more of an anti-hero than an actual hero. The character was portrayed by Jon Bernthal...

Facebook Testing Out ‘Featured Topic’ Customized Links

08/18/2017, It’s no secret that social media platforms like Facebook have been changing its News Feed to better deliver content that they think is relevant to you, which is why different people’s News Feeds look different from yours. Now it seems that Facebook is...

EFF Not Thrilled With Tech Companies Blocking Hate Groups

08/18/2017, While hate groups in general are not tolerated on most websites and services, the recent events in Charlottesville has led quite a few tech companies to publicly denounce these groups and also ban them from using their services. This includes Apple and...

Amazon To Start Paying More Developers Who Create Alexa Skills

08/17/2017, One of the great things about Amazon’s Alexa is that it is open to third-party developers, which means that Amazon won’t have to work so hard to increase its functionality as this can be done by third-party developers, who have in the past come up...

Reddit Testing Direct Video Uploads Onto Its Website

08/17/2017, Pup makes most important decision of his life. from aww For the longest time since its inception, Reddit usually required users to turn to third-party hosting services if they wanted to upload photos or videos. However last year the company started to...