Saturday , 20 July 2019

Technology

4K TV deal: get the Samsung 55-inch TV at its lowest price ever at Walmart

Walmart’s ‘The Big Save’ sale is happening now and it’s a fantastic time to find massive savings on 4K TVs. You’ll find Black Friday like prices on top brand TVs from brands like Samsung, LG, Sony, and more. You’ll find a variety of different sizes, features, and prices, so there’s a TV for everyone’s viewing needs. One of the best ... Read More »

Cheap SIM only deal bargain: 2GB data for £5/pm for the first 3 months

We all love a good bargain, and a new SIM only deal from a lesser-known name in the world of SIMO is offering just that. Dropping the cheapest Sim only deal on the market, this special offer from Smarty is a must grab for any bargain hunter out there.Discounting the price of its small SIM only plan, Smarty is now ... Read More »

Is FaceApp safe? A deeper look at the viral hit

If you’ve been on Facebook, Twitter or pretty much any other social medium in the last few days then you can’t have failed to notice it – FaceApp is everywhere. Despite launching way back in January 2017, the app has suddenly received a new lease of viral life. But as quickly as it has appeared, the worries about what the company is ... Read More »

Fake Office 365 site installs malware as browser update

Microsoft users have been warned to watch out for a fake Office 365 site which is pushing malware disguised as a software update.The site, discovered by researchers at MalwareHunterTeam, is designed to resemble a Microsoft-owned site, and even contains links that direct to pages hosted on Microsoft domains.However after being on the site for a few seconds, users are presented ... Read More »

Huawei’s new OS is for industrial use, not Android replacement

Seems Hongmeng isn’t the Android replacement it’s been pitched as, after all. The initial story certainly tracked, as Huawei has been preparing for the very real possibility of life after Google, but the Chinese hardware giant says the operating system is primarily focused on industrial use. The latest report arrives courtesy of Chinese state news agency, Xinhua, which notes that ... Read More »

Twitter to attempt to address conversation gaps caused by hidden tweets

Twitter’s self-service tools when it comes to blocking content you don’t want to see, as well as a growing tendency for users to delete a lot of the content they post, is making some of the conversations on the platform look like Swiss cheese. The company says it will introduce added “context” on content that’s unavailable in conversations in the ... Read More »

Twitter tests a new way to label replies

Twitter is testing a new way to make conversation threads easier to follow, with the launch of a new test that labels notable replies with special icons. If the original poster replies somewhere in the thread, their tweet will have a small microphone icon next to their profile picture. Other tweets may be labeled, as well — including those from ... Read More »

After Baidu tie-up, BMW taps Tencent for autonomous driving in China

China is BMW’s largest market, and the German automaker knows in order to capture the country’s demanding consumers, its future models must support robust autonomous driving capability. But to build it itself in China is hardly possible. The success of autonomous driving relies in part on high-definition mapping, a process that requires an expansive collection of geographic information. By law, ... Read More »

China’s Tiangong-2 space station is officially no more

Chinese space station’s Tiangong-2 has officially ended its mission, and the orbital research facility’s entire existence. The platform de-orbited and burned up as planned at just after 9 AM ET on Friday, coming down over the South Pacific Ocean, as confirmed by the official Chinese space agency. The station weighed around 9 U.S. tons at the time it re-entered the ... Read More »

Lexion raises $4.2M to bring AI to contract management

Contract management isn’t exactly an exciting subject, but it’s a real pain point for many companies. It also lends itself to automation, thanks to recent advances in machine learning and natural language processing. It’s no surprise then, that we see renewed interest in this space and that investors are putting more money into it. Earlier this week, Icertis raised a ... Read More »