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WhatsApp Has Solved A Major Problem With Its Android App

WhatsApp, the cross-platform instant messenger owned by Facebook, will finally allow Android users to choose how different types of notification appear. This update is great news for many Android users, Android Police reports. The lack of notification channels was impeding the app’s everyday functionality. Here’s what the problem was: Android 8.0 Oreo, released in August

Automated Freight train without Driver Makes Its First Run

Mining company Rio Tinto are betting on in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, with its AutoHaul system, which the company claims to be world’s first fully-autonomous heavy haul, long distance rail network. One of Rio Tinto’s trains has completed a near 100 kilometre pilot run without a driver on board, making it the first

Now Fly In And Out Of Dubai Airport With Just Your Phone As ID

UAE Wallet is a new app now available on the Apple App Store and could replace physical identification documents for United Arab Emirates residents flying out of Dubai and other airports. With the app, users are able to register their passport, ID, and visa information into UAE Wallet. Then, once at the airport, users just

Snapchat Snaps Startup To Enable You To Track Your Location

Snap may have lost a bunch of money last quarter, and by a bunch we mean $2.2 billion. But it’s just a young company trying to build a sustainable business model, and that means adding some “creepy” advertising. It is to be mentioned that the Seattle-based startup is focused on tracking and measuring consumers locations

Apple Neural Engine To Help With Facial and Speech Recognition

In a new development, Apple is reportedly working on a new kind of chip, potentially for future iOS devices, that will be used just for processing. According to media reports, the chip called the Apple Neural Engine internally, and could be used for offloading facial recognition in the photos application, some parts of speech recognition,

American Idol is All Set For A Come Back With A Change

American idol is being revived for a new season but much like the many singers who have passed across its stage over the years, it’s getting a makeover. After 15 seasons on Fox, the juggernaut franchise is being resurrected by ABC. The network has a deal with the show’s original producer, FremantleMedia, to bring the

Wipro To Offer Automotive Engineering Solutions In The US

Wipro has announced opening an automotive engineering centre at Detroit in the US to drive innovation in connected vehicles concepts. The centre in the automotive hub of Detroit will work on vehicle concepts spanning design, product engineering, digital customer-vehicle experiences, artificial intelligence and sensor-driven vehicle data analytics. The centre will serve as a hub to

Facebook’s City Guides To Help You Plan Your Next Vacation

In a latest development, Facebook is testing out a new City Guides feature for select iOS and Android users. It’s Facebook’s answer to TripAdvisor, providing curated suggestions for local attractions, events, restaurants and more. To keep the experience properly social, it also shows you a list of friends who’ve visited the city and what they

Uber Agrees To Pay $20 million To Settle Charges For Misleading Drivers

Uber has agreed to pay $20 million to settle a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit alleging that it exaggerated how much its drivers could earn. The money will be put towards refunding the affected drivers, though the agency hasn’t decided how exactly it will be apportioned. The ride-hailing service is expected to help with the process

Now Free Wi-Fi Available on JetBlue Flights

JetBlue has announced that it has completed the expansion of Fly-Fi, its free in-flight Wi-Fi service, making it the only airline to offer wireless internet to customers at no additional cost. Fly-Fi is now available on all 227 of the airline’s planes, spanning the entire fleet of Airbus A320s, A321s and Embraer 190s. The company

Sony’s Insane Pocket Camera Comes With New Features

As we known, Sony’s RX100 line has been the camera to beat if you’re looking for an impressively capable pocket-sized shooter packing a one-inch sensor. The latest iteration, the new Rx100 V, now boasts the ability to shoot full 20.1-megapixel images at an astonishing 24 frames per second. The camera is capable of focusing in