Shareholders of Spain's Másmóvil have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a €3 billion takeover deal that will take the company private.
Online retail industry in India is expecting good growth in sales during the festive season, as Covid-19 fears continue to persist and offline shopping is still fraught with risks.
During yesterday’s presentation of Apple products, the debut of not only the new Apple Watch Series 6 smartwatch with the iPad 8 and iPad Air ...
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Wu Jihan, who was ousted from Bitmain operations in Beijing in May, took control of the company once again. Will his rival, Zhan Ketuan, pick up the fight?
Samsung's latest sensors are going even smaller to deliver thinner phone designs.
Just 40 years ago, Toledo was home to hundreds of artisan sword-makers. But now, the city's forges are in danger of shuttering for good.
When was pressed on the fact Trump confirmed that the coronavirus traveled by air, he said: "To be is to act," and he didn't judge officials "by what they say."
In an interview with WIRED and in his new book, the former FBI agent details the threats the US faces as the 2020 election looms.
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Follow our guide to get a Pro14 rugby live stream and watch Leinster vs Munster online from anywhere in today's huge semi-final match.
Or at least middle-aged Yoda.
A man yells in a bus full of people that he browsed eight sites for divorce lawyers. A woman blithely tells her log in information to strangers in a movie house. A pair of coworkers has an unflattering conversation out loud about a nearby colleague (including verbal descriptions of “puke emoji”) and a woman uses a megaphone to broadcast her credit card information to anyone within earshot.
Some of them are embarrassing, some are potential privacy violations, but they’re among the examples in Apple’s new Over Sharing ad, which re-emphasizes the company’s focus — or at least its image — of being a protector of online privacy. The ad’s tagline, shown at the end, reads “Some things shouldn’t be shared. iPhone helps keep it that way.”
After closing in March due to COVID-19, the observatories at One World Trade Center, the Empire State Building, 30 Rock, and Hudson Yards have all reopened.
"We can help create a unified data environment; from storage to the software that helps you engineer your data"
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Real-time shadows and DLSS are coming to the game
Top health officials have issued contradictory statements, and the CDC’s newest guidance limiting testing comes just as the Trump Administration invests in rapid tests.
Here are the top media and advertising stories from Business Insider for August 28.
In 2018, the League of Legends World Championship opened in stunning fashion, thanks to an augmented reality concert from a virtual K-pop group called K/DA. The video for the virtual group’s first single, “Pop/Stars,” currently has more than 360 million views on Facebook, and K/DA inspired its own niche of fandom. Now, in the lead-up to this year’s World Championship, the group is back with a new single called “The Baddest.”
You can check out the song in the lyric video above (it has lyrics in both English and Korean), which embraces something of a new sound. The virtual members of K/DA remain the same — it’s made of League characters Ahri, Evelynn, Akali, and Kai’Sa — but the talent behind them has changed. This time around, real-world...
In all her glitz and glam, Melania uses fashion as her cloak of invisibility — and her weapon of choice.
China has long been recognized as the world’s biggest consumer of electric vehicles. It’s also the world’s largest producer of EVs. But that appears to have changed. According to figures compiled by Bloomberg, in the first half of 2020 European drivers bought more plug-in electric vehicles than Chinese consumers. Figures suggest that over the first half of the year, European consumers bought over 350,000 hybrid electric and battery electric vehicles. [Read: Tesla driving YouTuber warned: Don’t use Autopilot on UK roads, it’s illegal] When it comes to sales of battery electric vehicles — those that are powered entirely by electricity… This story continues at The Next Web
This is a bit meta, but by understanding how your brain works, processes info, and builds memory, you can successfully learn any subject you want.
Way back in March 2019, Daedalic Entertainment announced that it was in the early stages of creating a game centered on Gollum from The Lord of the Rings. In the months since then, Daedalic has dropped morsels of information here and there, but outside of a collection of screenshots that were published back in May, we haven’t seen anything significant. … Continue reading
A well-known network informant under the nickname Ice Universe, who often shares exclusive information about new products in the mobile industry, spoke about the situation ...
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A recent Adobe Lightroom mobile update deleted some users' photos and presets – and the data is 'not recoverable'.
One of the most disappointing things about iOS devices as business devices, and one of the things that keeps the iPad from being a true computing solution, is that there is no support for multiple-user accounts. An unlikely ally is determined to solve the problem for Apple. A future version of Microsoft Authenticator will allow for a multi-user iPad experience.
A set of pictures have gone viral as they show the world's youngest gorilla getting some tender, loving-care from its mother, British news agency SWNS reports.
The smartphone industry is consistently developing and different segments get upgraded from time to time. Some months ago, there were information that the native SMS ...
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Facebook's mega messaging merge begins! Is WhatsApp next?
However, there are concerns over whether its creators have sidestepped safety protocols in order to rush distribution.
The latest event includes new armor, rewards, activities and emotes