Creative and media didn't talk nice for decades. However, the two disciplines are looking to reunite as the evolution of bundling and media strategy increasingly intermingle and jostle for relevance and priority. As the industry evens out following a tumultuous pandemic year, media agencies are teaming up with creative agencies once again. Case in point:...
In a few months, Apple will officially unveil its latest iPhone series, iPhone 13 series. This series will have four models including the iPhone 13 ...
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The next major Motorola smartphone with Android leaked this week with specifications and imagery of the device both front and back. This device looks very similar to its predecessor up front, with a nearly full-face display and a punch-hole camera. This time the hole is in the center, where with devices like the Motorola Edge+ (from 2020), the punch hole … Continue reading
The bust of Ku Klux Klan leader and Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest was removed from Tennessee's state capitol building on Friday.
On 21st July 2021, national, local, and regional news organizations in Austria joined over 800 news publications by signing up to the Google News Showcase.The post Austria Joins The Google News Showcase appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
A federal judge in San Francisco rejected air taxi startup Wisk Aero’s request for a preliminary injunction against rival startup Archer Aviation, as Silicon Valley’s first big “flying car” legal drama heats up.
Wisk, a joint venture between Boeing and Kitty Hawk, wanted to block Archer Aviation from using any of the 52 trade secrets it alleges were stolen. Wisk is also seeking unspecified monetary damages from Archer in a lawsuit that was filed April 6th. Federal investigators are also looking into the case.
In his ruling, US District Court Judge William Orrick wrote that Wisk’s request was “too uncertain and equivocal,” though he acknowledged that there were “some arguable indications of misappropriation.”
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BlackBuck is the 16th startup in India to become a unicorn, following Digit Insurance, Meesho, and PharmEasy, among others
(University of California - San Diego) UC San Diego engineers developed a soft, stretchy ultrasound patch that can be worn on the skin to monitor blood flow through vessels deep inside the body. Such a device can make it easier to detect cardiovascular problems, like blockages in the arteries that could lead to strokes or heart attacks.
We have been talking about a new smartphone from Realme for a long time. The main selling point of this handset has been going to ...
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From 2011 3D TVs reigned supreme, but when 4K was introduced, they disappeared. We explore why they couldn’t co-exist.
A couple of months ago, Redmi unveiled its very first gaming smartphone in the form of Redmi K40 Gaming Enhanced Edition. While the device was ...
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Looking to pick up a pair of Zelda Joy-Cons to go with your copy of Skyward Sword? Here’s where to get them.
The social network's latest transparency report includes new metrics.
Google is announcing a big new feature for its upcoming Android 12 update on Monday: you’ll be able to play games as you’re downloading them. For particularly large games, this could be very useful, as it means you won’t have to wait as long to jump into a game and start playing.
You can get an idea of just how much faster you might be able to hop into a game in the below GIF shared by Google. The difference, at least in this case, is quite noticeable, and Google says it is already “seeing games being ready to open at least 2 times faster.”
The feature works with games that use the Play Asset Delivery system. If they do, developers won’t need to do anything to turn the feature on, according to Google.
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Documents detail exec worried that failure to transfer some laid-off workers 'will blow a hole in our rhetoric' An IBM age discrimination lawsuit filed in Texas last year has become a bit less opaque after The Register found an inadequately redacted court document that discusses plans to present evidence obtained from company emails and documents.…
Sebi said that if any exchange fails to restore normalcy of operations within 75 minutes of the disruption incident, there will additional penalties on the exchange
Ofcom will not formally investigate GB News over comments made on Dan Wootton’s show about the effectiveness of lockdowns.The broadcasting watchdog received 390 complaints after Wootton’s monologue at the start of his first broadcast on 13 June about what was then a rumoured delay to the easing of Covid restrictions. The former Sun journalist called for all the rules to be lifted and said: “It’s increasingly clear now that there is a move among some public health officials and politicians to create an ultra-cautious biosecurity state, copying the likes of China.”He also referred to medical officials as “doomsday scientists”, who he claimed had become “addicted to power” over the course of the pandemic.Wootton also suggested that members of the public who supported lockdowns had been “terrified” into doing so, by what he branded the government’s “scare tactics”.After assessing the complaints it received, Ofcom will not be launching a full investigation citing the “right to free expression”, adding that there was a “rigorous” debate during the programme.A spokesperson said: “Our rules allow for rigorous debate around the response to coronavirus, which is consistent with the right to free expression.“In our view, this programme included a range of different viewpoints, including on the merits and effectiveness of lockdown restrictions, and guests were able to challenge views they disagreed with.”GB News, which is chaired by former BBC broadcaster Andrew Neil, has positioned itself as a rival to the news and current affairs offerings from the traditional broadcasters.In its first week on air, the news channel faced various technical blunders, while a number of brands pulled their advertising after just a few days and there was also embarrassment after more than one of its presenters fell for one of the oldest prank calls in the book. While GB News got off to a strong start in the ratings, beating BBC News and Sky News on its launch night, it has been reported that viewing figures have dropped considerably since.READ MORE:GB News' Viewing Figures Plummet Two Weeks On From Launch NightAndrew Neil Announces Break From GB News Two Weeks After LaunchSimon McCoy Has A Message For Critics After GB News' Shaky First Week On The Air
In all the excitement around Windows 11, a Microsoft Cloud PC leak has flown under the radar.