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Top Tips To Improve Your PCB Layout

Are you a PCB designer who struggles to create the most effective PCB layout? There are many ways that you can improve your layout by simply making some small changes and utilising the very best PCB design software on the Read more… The post Top Tips To Improve Your PCB Layout appeared first on Guest Post, Telecom Media & Technology News, Trends, PR | TechRecur.com.
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Google Launches CallJoy, a Virtual Customer Service Phone Agent For Small Businesses

Google is combining several technologies, including virtual phone numbers, audio transcriptions, automated reporting and analytics, in a new effort to help small business owners better manage their inbound phone calls. From a report: The company's latest project from its in-house incubator is CallJoy, launching today. Aimed at the U.S.'s 30.2 million small business owners, the system offers a low-cost customer service agent that helps block spam calls, provide callers with basic business informa...
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Nokia 4.2 with 5.71-inch 19:9 display, dual rear cameras, Android Pie teased ahead of India launch on May 7

HMD Global is all set to launch the Nokia 4.2 Android One smartphone in India next week, according to the official teaser. It shows a LED notification light embedded into the power button, and says 4 days before you can #DoItAll for a phone that's got all, so it launches on May 7th. It also has a dedicated Google Assistant Button. All your answers are a tap away. 4 days before you can #DoItAll Stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/r4Jwsxj744 — Nokia Mobile India (@NokiamobileIN) May 3, 2019 Nokia 4....
Tags: Google, News, India, Nokia, Blogging, Gpu, PDAF, Nokia Mobile India, Octa Core Quad, Nokia 4.2, Nokia 4.2 India


Amazon Summer Sale: Best deals on Smartphones, Accessories, TVs and more

Amazon has started its Summer Sale for the year. This offers up to 40% discount on smartphones and accessories, that includes Rs. 9000 off for the OnePlus 6T 8GB + 128GB version, up to Rs. 4600 off on smart gadgets by Amazon, up to 35% off on cameras, up to 60% off on Headphones and Speakers, up to Rs. 32000 off on laptops, up to 60% off on smartwatches and trackers, up to 50% off on TVs and more. Discounts on smartphones during Amazon Summer sale for Prime users  Apple iPhone X — Rs. 69...
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Why Epic Games Called an Open Platform Truce With Microsoft

An anonymous reader writes: A couple of years ago, Microsoft and Epic Games executives were mad at each other. Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney called out Microsoft because he saw it making moves to close off the Windows 10 store and hurt the openness of the PC. Sweeney spoke up because he foresaw the arrival of new computing platforms like augmented reality and virtual reality, and he wanted those platforms to remain open. And now Sweeney has changed his tune, throwing Epic Games' support behind Micr...
Tags: Microsoft, Tech, HoloLens, Sweeney, Tim Sweeney, GamesBeat Sweeney


iPhone User Swallows & Defecates AirPod, Finds it Still Works

A Taiwanese man who swallowed an AirPod in his sleep was relieved to find that it still worked after he recovered it from his stool. Taiwanese iPhone user Ben Hsu recently suffered the indignity of waking up to find that he had swallowed one of his AirPods while he was asleep (Apple’s wireless earbuds), only […]
Tags: Apple, Technology, International, Taiwan, Bizarre, Headphones, Anime, SCAT, Ben Hsu


iPhone User Swallows and Defecates AirPod, Finds it Still Works

A Taiwanese man who swallowed an AirPod in his sleep was relieved to find that it still worked after he recovered it from his stool. Taiwanese iPhone user Ben Hsu recently suffered the indignity of waking up to find that he had swallowed one of his AirPods while he was asleep (Apple’s wireless earbuds), only […]
Tags: Apple, Technology, International, Taiwan, Bizarre, Headphones, Anime, SCAT, Ben Hsu


Netting a Bargain: McDonald's app discounts; Sainsbury's petrol vouchers; Tesco Clubcard special offers; free cinema tickets with sweets - The Irish News

Netting a Bargain: McDonald's app discounts; Sainsbury's petrol vouchers; Tesco Clubcard special offers; free cinema tickets with sweets   The Irish News DOWNLOAD and install the McDonald's smartphoneapp from Google Play or the Apple App Store and until May 5 you can avail of three different ...
Tags: Google, Shopping, Sainsbury, tesco Clubcard, McDonald


Apple Watch isn’t a necessity like a smartphone, but it’s handy

I thought it would be a niche product for techies and celebrities, yet now I see people all the time wearing Apple Watches.
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Where to find Benfica vs. Portimonense on US TV and streaming

If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Benfica vs. Portimonense, you’ve come to the right place. Here are all of the details of where you can watch it via legal streaming: Who: Benfica vs. PortimonenseWhat: Primeira Liga, gameweek 32When: Game kicks off at 1pm ET / 10am PT; Saturday, May 4, 2019Where: Live exclusively on GolTV, GolTV en Espanol, Fanatiz and fuboTV (free 7-day trial) With fuboTV, you can watch Benfica vs. Portimonense and tons of other Primeira Liga games with a free 7-d...
Tags: Google, Amazon, US, Sport, Soccer, Benfica, Portimonense, Primeira Liga, Roku Amazon Fire TV, Leagues: Primeira Liga, Espanol Fanatiz


Protect your Apple Watch Series 4 from scratches with this $9 clear case

The cheapest Apple Watch Series 4 model you can buy costs $400, and it goes all the way up to $1,500 depending on how fancy you want to get. In other words, you're making a pretty sizable investment regardless of which model you choose. Do yourself a favor and spend another $9 to protect your precious watch from scratches by picking up a Smiling Apple Watch 4 Clear Case With Built in TPU Screen Protector. It's available for both the 40mm and 44mm models, and it might be the best $9 you s...
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Listen: Full ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ Theme Song Composed By John Williams

Legendary composer John Williams is returning to provide the score for J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker later this year, but first, he’s given us a new track that will play in Batuu, the Outer Rim planet outpost that serves as the setting for Disney’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge theme park land. We’ve previously heard a snippet of this Galaxy’s Edge theme song, but now the full track, which is referred to as the “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Symphonic Suite,” is available to download and ...
Tags: Google, Spotify, Movies, Disney, Williams, Theme Parks, Disneyland, Lucasfilm, Walt Disney World, John-Williams, Skywalker, Hollywood Studios, Cantina, Star-Wars, Disney/Pixar, Soundtracks


How today’s AI can solve most of our traffic problems

While driverless cars and flying taxis hold the far-future promise of alleviating traffic congestion, today’s problems require immediate solutions based on today’s technology. Luckily, the field of machine learning already has a lot to offer. There are large scale solutions, such as Delhi’s Intelligence Traffic Management System. Data generated by this massive system aids the government in identifying and addressing traffic problems as they happen. It involves more than 7,500 cameras, automated ...
Tags: Startups, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Delhi, Intelligence Traffic Management System Data


A Hacker is Wiping Git Repositories and Asking For a Ransom

An anonymous reader writes: Hundreds of developers have had had Git source code repositories wiped and replaced with a ransom demand. The hacker removes all source code and recent commits from vitcims' Git repositories, and leaves a ransom note behind that asks for a payment of 0.1 Bitcoin (~$570). The hacker claims all source code has been downloaded and stored on one of their servers, and gives the victim ten days to pay the ransom; otherwise, they'll make the code public. Hundreds of users ...
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The CEO of Google says 'headwinds' are hurting its Pixel smartphone business, but experts say that Google owns much of the blame (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google said that sales of its Pixel smartphone declined in the first three months of the year.  Google's CEO Sundar Pichai cited "headwinds" facing the high-end smartphone industry, echoing the bumpy smartphone sales that Apple and Samsung have recently suffered. But according to industry experts, Google owns much of the blame based on its pricing and go-to-market strategy.  Google has purposefully kept its smartphone business in low gear, say analysts. But that strategy could be due for a big...
Tags: Apple, Google, Elon Musk, Samsung, Trends, Lg, Sundar Pichai, Pixel, Pichai, Business Insider, Forrester, Gillett, Google Pixel, Milanesi, Samsung Nokia, Carolina Milanesi


Amazing AI Generates Entire Bodies of People Who Don't Exist

A new deep learning algorithm can generate high-resolution, photorealistic images of people -- faces, hair, outfits, and all -- from scratch. From a report: The AI-generated models are the most realistic we've encountered, and the tech will soon be licensed out to clothing companies and advertising agencies interested in whipping up photogenic models without paying for lights or a catering budget. At the same time, similar algorithms could be misused to undermine public trust in digital media. ...
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Bank Shot now white labels its proven digital check-deposit app

The 5-year-old financial app continues its growth with a new white label version for real estate brokerages and title companies.
Tags: Mobile, Apps, Technology, Iphone Apps, Radio, Android Apps, Agent, Wire Fraud, Select, Banking & Lending, Bank Shot, Digital Commissions, Earnest Money Deposits, Electronic Checks


Security lapse exposed a Chinese smart city surveillance system

Smart cities are designed to make life easier for their residents: better traffic management by clearing routes, making sure the public transport is running on time and having cameras keeping a watchful eye from above. But what happens when that data leaks? One such database was open for weeks for anyone to look inside. Security researcher John Wethington found a smart city database accessible from a web browser without a password. He passed details of the database to TechCrunch in an effort to ...
Tags: Security, Asia, Privacy, Government, China, Tech, Skills, Surveillance, Fbi, Law Enforcement, Artificial Intelligence, Beijing, United States, United Nations, Kuala Lumpur, Alibaba


Ex-YouTube Developer Reveals How He 'Conspired To Kill IE6'

A former web developer at YouTube has revealed a tale about a clandestine operation to kill Internet Explorer 6 with a banner that went live in July 2009 warning IE6 users that YouTube would be phasing out support for Microsoft's browser -- even though no one at Google had endorsed such a plan. From a report: IE6 of course shipped as the default browser with Windows XP in 2001, six years before Chrome's first release in 2008. Google wouldn't officially drop support for IE6 until March 2010, but ...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Youtube, Tech, Ie6, Chris Zacharias


The new smartphone from OnePlus won't have an official water resistance rating, but the company dunked it in water anyway

Smartphone maker OnePlus snubs official IP water resistance ratings, saying they cost customers more money. The company is making the case that its upcoming OnePlus 7 Pro phone has water resistance, even if it doesn't have an official IP rating. And it's trying to prove it with an amusing "water dunking" video. But you should read the fine print before dunking your phone. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. OnePlus dunked its new OnePlus 7 Pro smartphone in a bucket of water ...
Tags: Apple, Samsung, Trends, Oneplus, Samsung Apple, Samsung Galaxy Fold, Samsung Limited Warranty


People From Maryland Are Extremely Proud They Are From Maryland

State pride attains a new level of intensity when a group of Marylanders confront an out-of-towner. Maryland Pride Be Like by Krewski — Maryland: The First State References include Maryland, Baltimore, Ravens, Orioles, Old Bay, Maryland Films, Natural Bohemian Beer, Lacrosse, Terps, Comedy, Funny, The Hon, Braveheart, maryland and more! Krewski is a crew of friends who are here to make you laugh! FIELD NOTES FROM THE FUNNY OR DIE STAFF Maryland residents, it turns out, are people who love...
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Google Replaces CAPTCHA With reCAPTCHA, A More Effective Way To Decide Who Is Human

Those online tests where you click boxes to prove you're not a robot are going away. A new test is here, it's always running in the background, trying to figure out if you're really a human being.
Tags: Google, News


These Are the 7 Biggest Differences Between an Android and an iPhone

Coke vs. Pepsi, UPS vs. FedEx, and Netflix vs. Amazon are all some of the greatest rivalries of all time. But no list of competitors would be complete without the head-to-head battle of the smartphones: Android vs. iPhone. Some differences between the two are obvious (cough cough, green text bubbles). But the real differences go far beyond the cosmetic. From facial recognition and customer service to malware vulnerability and system accessibility, these are the seven biggest things that set Andr...
Tags: Iphone, Amazon, Android, Technology, Religion, Netflix, Phones, Coke, Digital Life, Pepsi, Technology & Gadgets


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Injects Energy Into Elizabeth Warren's Plan to Break Up Big Tech

In March, Senator Elizabeth Warren published her proposal to break up the tech juggernauts—namely, Facebook, Amazon, and Google. On Friday, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has finally endorsed the plan, possibly providing a major boost to the bold Big-Tech regulation and antitrust platform.Read more...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Science, Elizabeth Warren, Facebook Amazon, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, Breaking Up Bit Teck


German police shut down one of world's biggest dark web sites

Arrests in Germany, Brazil and US relate to sale of drugs, stolen data and malicious softwareGerman police have shut down one of the world’s largest illegal online markets in the so-called dark web and arrested the three men allegedly running it, prosecutors said on Friday.The “Wall Street Market” (WSM) site enabled trade in cocaine, heroin, cannabis and amphetamines as well as stolen data, fake documents and malicious software. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Technology, Internet, Germany, US, World news, US news, Cybercrime, Drugs trade, Data and computer security, Darknet, Germany Brazil


German police close down dark web marketplace

Arrests in Germany, Brazil and US relate to ‘Wall Street Market’ which allowed trade in drugs, stolen data and mGerman police have shut down one of the world’s largest illegal online markets in the so-called dark web and arrested the three men allegedly running it, prosecutors said Friday. The “Wall Street Market” (WSM) site enabled trade in cocaine, heroin, cannabis and amphetamines as well as stolen data, fake documents and malicious software.The encrypted platform had more than 1m customer ac...
Tags: Europe, Technology, Internet, Germany, US, World news, US news, Cybercrime, Frankfurt, Drugs trade, Data and computer security, Darknet, Germany Brazil, Los Angeles Continue


Why carriers keep your data longer

Your wireless carrier knows where you are as you read this on your phone—otherwise, it couldn’t connect your phone in the first place. But your wireless carrier also has a memory. It knows where you took your phone in the last hour, the last week, the last month, the last year—and maybe even the last five years. That gives it an enormous warehouse of data on your whereabouts that can help your wireless carrier fix coverage gaps while revealing much more. Depending on the density of cell sites ar...
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Night mode for E-book viewer

As title says, is there a night mode for E-book viewer? I tried looking everywhere but can't find it. I can change background and text color fine but then the menu on the left and on top keep their bright color no matter what I do. I'm on Windows 10 with system themes set to dark and it works fine in Firefox or Google, but in Calibre window and menus always keep bright color. Calibre is supposed to take the dark theme from Windows but it doesn't. Even with user interface style set to "system ...
Tags: Google, Books, Calibre


YouTube shifting to more free content to attract ad buyers looking for young viewers

YouTube is making the case to advertisers that it can be more like TV in reaching consumers. The Google-owned video streaming service announced Thursday night at its annual presentation to ad buyers – known as the “Brandcast” – that it will make all of its original produced series available free to viewers with commercials, similar […]
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