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Google And Wonder Woman Team Up To Teach Girls How To Code

06/02/2017, There are initiatives and projects that aim to teach children how to code, and at the same time there are also initiatives that are aimed specifically at girls to encourage them to enter an otherwise male-dominated career. According to Google, about 22%...

Alexa Can Now Help You Set Reminders

06/02/2017, Amazon’s Alexa can do many things, such as call you a pizza, order you an Uber, tell you the weather and the news, and so on. Now it seems that Amazon has decided to roll out an update to Alexa that will introduce some new features which we reckon...

Facebook’s Albums Will Do More Than Just Organize Your Photos

06/02/2017, If you want to keep memories of a trip, you can easily create an album on Facebook and store all photos related to a particular trip or event there. You can add a description, tag users, and even add a location. However it seems that Facebook wants its...

Walmart Is Training Its Employees Using VR

06/02/2017, Virtual reality technology is great for playing games, watching movies, and exploring places that would otherwise be hard to explore in person. Now it seems like VR can also be used as an employee training tool, or at least that’s what the folks at...

Google Beefs Up Gmail’s Security

06/02/2017, Our emails can sometimes contain some pretty sensitive information, or at least information that we would prefer to keep private, such as photos received from friends and family members, letters to loved ones, business ideas, pricing, and so on, which is...

Offensive YouTube Videos Will No Longer Make Money From Ads

06/02/2017, There are all sorts of ways to get someone to click on a video to watch. You could have an interesting thumbnail, an eye-catching title, or the content itself could be controversial in which you would gain views, although in this case not everyone might...

Man Fined For ‘Liking’ Facebook Comments

06/02/2017, We live in a society these days in which the things we say or do online can affect us in the real world. No longer can you casually throw a comment up online without there being some kind of possible consequence to your real world life. We’ve seen how...

Chrome Will Start Blocking ‘Annoying’ Ads In 2018

06/01/2017, As much as you might hate ads, they are a way for companies and publishers to make money and draw attention to products. Unfortunately sometimes the way some ads are designed can be annoying, which is where ad blockers come in where they block all ads...

Google’s Speech Recognition Is Reportedly As Accurate As Humans

06/01/2017, In order for voice assistant softwares to be good and useful, there are many things it needs to do, although we guess the most obvious is that it has to be able to listen to the user and understand what they are saying. If the user’s commands aren’t...

Microsoft Co-Founder Shows Off World’s Largest Airplane

06/01/2017, Paul Allen may not be as popular as Bill Gates, but he’s still the co-founder of Microsoft and a bonafide Silicon Valley billionaire. Like most Silicon Valley billionaires, he has his own outrageous pet project, which Allen has finally revealed for...

Android Pay Desktop Payments May Be Possible One Day

06/01/2017, Android Pay is strictly a mobile-only payment platform at this point in time but Google isn’t ruling out the possibility of enabling users to make payments on desktop machines using Android Pay. This was revealed by Spencer Spinnell, Google’s...

Microsoft Office Bug Nags With Pop-Ups Every Hour

05/31/2017, If you’re using Microsoft Office and you’ve recently updated your software and have been noticing that you’re getting naggy pop-ups every hour, know that you’re not alone and know that this is a bug, not a feature. According to user reports, it...

Your Sneakers Just Got Smarter With Digitsole’s Smartshoe

05/30/2017, Shoes help protect our feet, they help with fashion, and they help in sports and training where some shoes are better suited for running, while others are better suited for basketball, football, and so on. However apart from that, shoes have remained...