Month Nov 2017

Paying with Your Face?

Face-detecting systems in China now authorize payments, provide access to facilities, and track down criminals. Will other countries follow? Availability: Now by Will Knight ·           ·         Shortly after walking through the door at Face++, a Chinese startup valued at roughly a…
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A smartwatch made by Google

Google delayed its big software update for Android Wear watches until 2017, and the company is expected to launch its own watch as well, according to Android Police. The circular smartwatches will be Google’s opportunity to inject new interest into its…
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A foldable Samsung phone?

Samsung has been working on bendable displays for years, but 2017 could be the first time we actually see it in a phone.     The company recently filed a patent for such a device, fueling speculation that it’s coming soon.…
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Windows 10 now runs on 600 million machines

Windows 10 released just over two years ago, and according to the latest report from Microsoft, it runs on 600 million active monthly devices. Microsoft Chief Executive Officer, Satya Nadella, made the announcement yesterday morning during the company’s annual shareholders meeting.…
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What is Reseller Hosting?

Reseller hosting is a form of web hosting wherein the account owner has the ability to use his or her allotted hard drive space and bandwidth to host websites on behalf of third parties. The reseller purchases the host’s services wholesale and then sell them…
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Google pays to put search back on Firefox browser in US

;widows: 2;-webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;text-decoration-style: initial;text-decoration-color: initial;word-spacing:0px’>In a blog post, Mozilla said Firefox’s default search engine will be Google in the US, Canada, Hong Kong and Taiwan. The agreement recalls a similar, older deal that was scuttled when Firefox and Google’s Chrome…
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Windows by the numbers:

;widows: 2;-webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;text-decoration-style: initial;text-decoration-color: initial;word-spacing:0px’>According to metrics vendor Net Applications, Windows 7’s user share in October was 46.6%, a decline of six-tenths of a percentage point. More notable during these times of migration, the operating system ran 51.4% of all Windows machines…
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