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10 things in tech you need to know today

By: sghosh (Shona Ghosh),Business Insider Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know. 1- Amazon workers in the US, UK, Germany, Spain, and...

Hardware startups take center stage for Hardware Battlefield at TC Shenzhen

By: Neesha A. Tambe,TechCrunch Software grabs so much attention that it even has its own catchphrase — there’s an app for that. It’s not a...

Volkswagen Electric Car Smashed 20 Years Old Goodwood Festival of Speed record

By: Sarah Ch, TechSpy Electric cars are the future of the auto market and also VWsimply verified it once more with a record-setting run up the well-known...

Microsoft will give away software to guard U.S. voting machines

By: Ken Dilanian,NBC News Technology ASPEN, Colo. — Microsoft on Wednesday announced that it would give away software designed to improve the security of American...

Facebook will start taking a cut of fan subscriptions in 2020

By: Anthony Ha,TechCrunch Facebook  will take a cut of up to 30% on fan subscriptions, beginning on January 1, 2020. The social network is revealing its plans...

Trump invites right-wing extremists to White House ‘social media summit’

By: Oliver Darcy, CNN Business New York (CNN Business) A conspiracy theorist, a meme creator and a plagiarist. Those are just some of the eyebrow raising attendees who...

Facebook Will Now Show You How To Opt Out Of Targeted Ads

By: Katie Notopoulos BuzzFeed News Facebook launched a transparency tool this week that will give people a little more information about how its targeted ads...

Intel takes the chiplet concept to the next level with co-EMIB, ODI connections

By: Mark Hachman,PCWorld Intel’s EMIB was the foundation of the Kaby Lake-G partnership with AMD. Intel’s Foveros stacked-die technology produced the upcoming Lakefield chip. Now Intel...

Twitter Finally Redesigned Its Website, Said No One

By: Catie Keck,Gizmodo Well, folks, they managed to pull it off. Twitter has somehow made itself worse than it already was. The company on Monday announced the rollout...

Worried about YouTube policies, creators look for new ways to bring in money

By: Kaya Yurieff, CNN Business Along with her fourth degree black belt, she also has two YouTube channels, with a combined total of nearly 100,000 subscribers and over...

Cyber Security

Etisalat’s 5G Experience Bus showcases real life use cases

By: ITP The Etisalat 5G Bus tour will demonstrate real-life 5G use cases for both consumers and the business sectors in UAE Etisalat and Ericsson are embarking...



International boat show invests in Wi-Fi to drive guest experience

However, for the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, providing high-quality Wi-Fi in a complex indoor/outdoor environment which experiences significant signal interference from passing yachts,...