November 2017

Artificial Intelligence Over the past few years, most of the tech majors have invested heavily in Artificial Intelligence. Apple has its Siri, Amazon has Alexa, Google has Google Assistant, Microsoft has Cortana and Samsung has Bixby. In this blog, we'll compare the AIs of these companies and analyze which of them delivers the best experience. Apple was the first to introduce an  Artificial Intelligence through Siri's integration in...

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OnePlus justifies its “NEVER SETTLE” attitude And here comes yet another worthy addition to the OnePlus smartphones. Apart from its recent overwhelming response the company has much in its kitty. The company claims to have sold out all its phones within 5 mins of its launch. On 21st November’17 Carl Pei (co-founder ) happily blogged about the sales exceeding all previous records of the older variants. Whats new...

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 BLACK FRIDAY turning AMAZONs way: Amazons shares had a jump recently thanks to its Black Friday Sale. Which has resulted in CEO Jeff Bezos having his net worth flying to new heights. According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index Jeff Bezos is the first person to pass the $100 billion (£74.9 billion) mark this year, making him the richest man in the world. From Echo speakers to...

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 Social image (REVENGE PORN)and its security The thought about ones private intimate images are made public scares us right? By taking advantages of the platforms like Facebook, twitter,  Instagram  and others.  Just the thought will scare anyone badly, doesn’t it? In today’s era a new term has emerged “REVENGE PORN”. What does it mean? Well lets just say that someone had a bad relationship which ended in a very...

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Facebook's new Messenger plugin for business websites After whatsapps move for creating a vertical for business separately now its time for Facebook. Its also coming up with Facebook Messenger to businesses’ own websites. It has notified with the launch of its new customer chat plugin into closed beta. This will allow customers to communicate directly with businesses on their websites using Messenger. It can also be continued across...

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Twitter increases its character limit count to 280   One of the widely used platforms for social media is Twitter. It has now expanded its character count to 280 rolling out a couple of days back. The idea is to allow the users to express their thoughts without the limitation of words. Initially this was tested by giving access to a limited set of user to understand...

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 Google Pixelbook After releasing its first Google Pixelbook in 2013, which is designed for the premium users. Its highest resolution display made it the first Chrome book to run more than $1,000. Google may have not continued the name Pixel after running its two models. But Pixelbook is nothing if not the logical successor to its line. With the addition of new tricks like including a convertible display, pen functionality...

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All new Alexa After being founded by Jeff Bezos on July 5, 1994 there’s no looking back for Amazon. Being successful in many domains now Amazon is taking over the voice controlled speaker market. The idea is to tap the market by introducing their voice command apps, known as skills, on its Alexa platform. Amazon has introduced the ability for customers to get access to the premium...

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Facebook launches its all avatars using AI In its efforts to attract the eyeballs continuously, facebook now creates avatars. A paper presentation was held at the International Conference on Computer Vision. Where Lior Wolf et al. shows how they have created a machine learning system. Which can create the best possible match of your real face to one in a custom emoji generator. Although Google has attempted...

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IBM (International Business Machines Corporation) Is currently in the top 10 trusted brands in the world. The experts when it comes to providing technical based solutions. It has expanded its base in India long back. Currently IBM’s Indian division has employed around 1,30,000 workforce. Which is more than any other division of IBM in the world. This is approximately 35% of their total workforce around the globe....

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