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The top US commander in Africa recently told lawmakers that China's new naval pier in Djibouti could support an aircraft carrier.
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Share Market LIVE Updates: Domestic indices had opened higher on Tuesday but soon erased gains to trade flat. The Sensex has so far touched a high of 48,996.53 and low of 48,521.85. Nifty has moved between 14,580.15 and 14,723.40
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The US Secretary of State told CBS News that he wanted to avoid military confrontation between the two superpowers.
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Netflix’s previously announced ‘Play Something’ feature is finally going live for everyone around the globe, though you’ll need to have a connected TV to use it for now. The feature is essentially a shuffle button for Netflix, one that chooses a show or movie you haven’t watched based on your past viewing habits. The Play Something feature is a tool … Continue reading
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Samsung has been doing a decent job by rolling out the Android 11-based One UI 3.1 update for most of its smartphones. There are devices ... The post Galaxy M01, A41 and Tab A7 are receiving One UI 3.1 update appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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(DOE/Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory) Every day, the sun ejects large amounts of a hot particle soup known as plasma toward Earth where it can disrupt telecommunications satellites and damage electrical grids. Now, scientists have made a discovery that could lead to better predictions of this space weather and help safeguard sensitive infrastructure.
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This article was written by Francois Mottet, Head of Product Strategy at Flowbird on The Urban Mobility Daily, the content site of the Urban Mobility Company, a Paris-based company which is moving the business of mobility forward through physical and virtual events and services. Join their community of 10K+ global mobility professionals by signing up for the Urban Mobility Weekly newsletter. Read the original article here and follow them on Linkedin and Twitter. The Business of Mobility is an Urban Mobility Company series highlighting some of the most successful new businesses in the mobility sector. Featuring a closer look at the…This story continues at The Next Web
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Bank credit saw 5.3% year-on-year growth in the fortnight ended 9 April, compared to 5.6% in the previous fortnight
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Plus, Facebook announces new tools for Business Suite Manager Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
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BofA analysts said falling sales and margins coupled with a potentially costly move into semiconductor production could hurt Intel moving forward.
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It's not hard to figure out when to wear a mask outside, so "be informed and empowered to make the right decision" for yourself, experts say.
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Congruent Ventures, the early stage investment firm focused on technologies and services designed to avert the current climate emergency, has raised $175 million in financing for its latest fund. The firm, which now has $300 million in assets under management, is focused on investing in pre-seed, seed and Series A rounds and was founded by […]
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Nascent US MNO Dish is the latest telecoms company to go all-in on the public cloud, entrusting Amazon Web Services to handle its entire 5G network.
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You can cancel an Amazon order from the "Your Orders" page of your account, on the website or mobile app.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge The FBI says it used facial recognition technology to track down and arrest an individual suspected of taking part in the US Capitol riots earlier this year. The case, which was first reported by The Huffington Post, is notable for the FBI’s acknowledgement that it used facial recognition not just to confirm a suspect’s identity, but to discover it in the first place. According to an affidavit shared online by the Huffington Post, federal agents tracked down an individual named Stephen Chase Randolph using crowdsourced images from the riots (including those shared on Twitter by a group known as SeditionHunters). They searched these pictures on the web using “an open source facial recognition tool, known to provide reliable results,” and... Continue reading…
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DIIs have remained net buyers for the second month in a row in April, while foreign institutional investors continued to sell equities in the month as benchmark indices turned lacklustre
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The Mercedes-Benz EQB will hit US dealerships following the EQS, the German automaker's flagship luxury EV.
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Malvertising — the use of ad tech by malicious actors to attack end users at scale — has been a silent but insidious aspect of digital advertising in recent years. Now, however, the extent of the damage, both real and potential, is expanding. And it should, according to experts, as approximately $1 billion revenue was lost […] The post As publishers recognize the true cost of malvertising, recent cases highlight the damage appeared first on Digiday.
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Small startups might not think the world’s strictest data privacy laws apply to them, but it’s important to enact best data management practices before a legal situation arises.
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There is a growing interest for Indian green energy firms' bonds. The latest case in point Greenko Energy Holdings raising $940 million for refinancing through its bond issue
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