Facebook on Friday introduced a videoconferencing tool and expanded livestreaming features, capitalising on a surge in demand for video chats during the coronavirus pandemic while taking its first steps toward a planned integration of messaging products across its apps.Read More “Facebook Introduces Messenger Rooms Video Conferencing For Up To 50 People”
Apple is reportedly still planning on releasing a new version of AirPods Pro without active noise cancellation at a lower price, but industry sources suggest the launch will be much later than the recently predicted May 2020.
The new AirPods Pro are said to lack active noise cancellation, which will bring costs down. The design is expected to remain the same.Read More “AirPods Pro Lite’ lacking active noise cancellation could debut later in 2020”
This is one of those rare turning points in history. The COVID-19 pandemic will profoundly change our behaviour and society. Many institutions will come under scrutiny and, we hope, change for the better.Read More “Technologies Can Help the World in Pandemics”
The U.S. announced that another 5.2 million Americans filed new jobless claims between April 5 through April 11. The new claims add to the nearly 17 million others that have been filed over the past month. Most of those people will be able to receive benefits from the actions the U.S. government took to prop up the economy during the early days of the pandemic.Read More “How many people lose their jobs during this pandemic and from which country? : Coronavirus”
The world has already gone mobile with smartphones becoming ubiquitous and easily accessible to everyone. Whether you are an experienced mobile app developer, a first-time app entrepreneur or simply an app enthusiast interested to see in which direction mobile technology is headed, having a finger on the pulse of mobile technology trends helps you be adequately prepared for the imminent future.Read More “Five Future Mobile Technologies will change the face of the Mobile Industry”
Here’s a definition of a hopeless case: a child with a fatal disease so exceedingly rare that not only is there no treatment, there’s not even anyone in a lab coat studying it. “Too rare to care,” goes the saying.Read More “Novel drugs are being designed to treat unique genetic mutations : Personalised medications”
An internet based on quantum physics will soon enable inherently secure communication. A team led by Stephanie Wehner, at Delft University of Technology, is building a network connecting four cities in the Netherlands entirely by means of quantum technology. Messages sent over this network will be unhackable.Read More “More Stronger and unhackable future internet with advance features”