Angel Collins

Angel Collins

Followers 74
Following 54
From flexible cameras to wired charging, here are a few things that a 2018-era flagship still does better.
2
There are all sorts of cheap silicone wristbands that people buy and wear today for style and to support various causes. Recently, scientists at Texas A&M University School of Public Health conducted a study and found that inexpensive devices like silicone wristbands can be used to yield qualitative air quality data. Researchers believe that type of data is particularly important … Continue reading
5
Main contractor J McCann insists it takes its obligations 'very seriously' Contractors helping to lay fibre cables under streets in Derby have threatened to scrap their work and "rip up tarmac" they've laid – unless they get paid.…
5
Skydio has announced that it's launching its drones for businesses in Australia and New Zealand – which could be a springboard for its worldwide consumer ambitions.
4
Both social media companies beat analyst expectations for earnings. Twitter reported its fastest rate of topline growth since 2014.
1
(NYU Tandon School of Engineering) Researchers at the NYU Center for Cyber Security at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering are rethinking basic functions that drive the ability of neural networks to make inferences on encrypted data.
10
Stock tokens will be unavailable for purchase on the crypto exchange effective immediately, Binance said; customers can sell over the next 90 days
7
Add more data to your health monitoring for way less than usual.
5
India on its part is working on a raft of measures including clean electricity, ethanol blending with fossil fuels, green mobility, battery storage and green hydrogen to help reduce pollution and facilitate commitments made at COP-21
3
The dearMoon mission provides an update featuring ballet dancers, photographers, artists and Steve Aoki.
4
Marvel also announced a second season for the series in post-credits snippet
3
One of the photos from this Cannes photo shoot has been widely memed. Please make it stop. | Photo by Samir Hussein/WireImage Twitter said Thursday it was hearing from users who were seeing too many topic suggestions in their home timelines and was moving to remedy the situation. “We’re fixing that now, and will continue to improve Topics and find ways to show you the very best of Twitter. Things you want to see, that is,” its Support account tweeted. To its credit, Twitter has seemed more responsive to users’ complaints — or their lack of interest — of late; in addition to Thursday’s topics announcement, Twitter said this week it would kill off Fleets, its ephemeral disappearing tweets that apparently no one was using. But instead of showing us more things we want to see, I think Twitter should lean into taking away things we don’t want. I have a suggestion... Continue reading…
5
In 2014, tycoon Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries Ltd. made a rare $100,000 investment in Detect Technologies.Detect Technologies Pvt. Ltd is also working with Adani Transmission Ltd. The company’s other clients include Power Grid Corp. and the Tata Group
9
Scotland has a soda that tastes unlike any other on the planet, distinctive from its rivals in both flavor and its garish orange coloring. Since around 1901, AG Barr has been producing Irn-Bru, which contains 32 flavors, and to this day it hasn't found a consistent description to explain just how it tastes. Yet this...
7
Justin Riemer, the Republican National Committee's chief counsel, said those claiming election fraud were "misleading millions of people."
9
Ola Electric has signed a long-term debt finance agreement with Bank of Baroda to raise $100 million for the funding and financial closure of Phase 1 of its electric two-wheeler factory in Hosur, Tamil Nadu
4
Ana Laguna was looking for a way to know what her baby was telling her. She decided to found Zoundream to help others like her.
2
The world's largest bitcoin fund will see a large swath of its shares unlocked in July. Experts are split on how the lockup expirations will affect bitcoin's price.
7
Online grocery sales saw huge spikes during the pandemic as consumers looked to cut out potential exposure points to Covid-19, accelerating adoption of some pre-pandemic ecommerce innovations. As we move out of the pandemic economy and more people shop in stores, innovation in delivery of food and essentials marches on--and in some cases, that means...
5
Unitech money laundering probe: These parcels had been purchased by two dummy entities of Chandras namely M/s Erode Projects Pvt Limited & M/s Kore communities Pvt Limited from the companies of Unitech Group, the ED said
10
More

Top