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Android 9 Pie: Update on Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

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Android 9 Pie: Update on Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

The new firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S9+ is under development. The Korean manufacturer’s new interface is built on Android 9 Pie. On the program, a dark theme, gestures, and many other new additions are coming. Android 9 Pie is already available on a handful of smartphones, and many more will be brought to you by the end of the year 2018. Samsung has remained very discreet on this subject and has not yet revealed its roadmap for updating its terminals. Nevertheless, work is progressing in the premises of the number one telephone...

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Apple thought about removing all ports on their iPhone X

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Apple thought about removing all ports on their iPhone X

A project abandoned for many reasons. Apple continues its path towards wireless and cable abandonment. Since iPhone 7, the giant has even said Goodbye to the jack to promote their Bluetooth headphones – and if possible, its AirPods. According to an article by Bloomberg, still well informed, the Cupertino firm even considered removing the Lightning port from its latest product, the iPhone X, to favor wireless charging. Fortunately, Apple has abandoned this idea in the face of too many technical and financial constraints. Apple wanted to...

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The Use of Drones in Managing Wildlife: A Hit or a Miss

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The Use of Drones in Managing Wildlife: A Hit or a Miss

Technology has highly advanced in recent times. One particular consumer product that technology has brought to us in the recent years is the drone. Quadcopters have been popularly used in different areas, especially in combating terror and other security concerns. However, drones have also been used in the management of wildlife. The number of endangered species is fast increasing, and some have suffered extinction. However, the continued rising of poaching has led to the introduction of drones in this sector. Why Drones Are Valuable in...

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Uber allies with NASA for its taxi drones

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Uber allies with NASA for its taxi drones

Uber has signed a partnership with Nasa to collaborate in the development of its UAV taxi service. The company hopes to test it by 2020. The U. S. Space Agency will work on a system to regulate the traffic of these autonomous spacecraft. Uber hopes to conquer the airways as he did on earth with his VTC service. To do this, the company is working on a project of vertical take-off and landing drones that will be able to transport passengers on short urban routes. At this week’s Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal, the company announced that it...

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When technology helps human beings!

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When technology helps human beings!

To be accepted by the seller and contribute to his productivity, software must be its extension. Ergonomics, mobility, rapid handling, and always robustness and adaptability to new business applications are the conditions for an efficient man-machine duo. No more right-clicking in some new store software! Instead, sellers have only one “swipe” to perform. Nothing more natural when you’re used to the experience of a smartphone but a cultural revolution to accomplish for software publishers. Gone are the days when users were...

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Tips for Buying an OBD Scanner

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Tips for Buying an OBD Scanner

Almost every car manufactured from 1996 onward has an onboard diagnostic system (OBD system). This system is composed of an on-board computer that detects problems in the engine, emission, and transmission systems. This machine then communicates the defects in the dash for example through the check engine light with the use of an on board diagnosis tool. Car manufacturers also place a connector under the dash where an OBD scanner can be connected to show what code could be causing the light to come on. If you would like to be in a position to...

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Cryptocurrencies are Everywhere in 2017!

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Cryptocurrencies are Everywhere in 2017!

We received many emails lately regarding the crazy surrounding cryptocurrency markets and the whole Blockchain technology. For those of you who know nothing about these electronic currencies, it is sort of a decentralized peer to peer network where everyone can have access and read the transactions beeing made at a point in time. The leading currency is the infamous Bitcoin that has been around since it’s creation by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008! There are many other new coins coming to the market these days as the market is literally...

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Tech Giants Making Moves on the Cannabis Market

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Tech Giants Making Moves on the Cannabis Market

Even if Microsoft has taken the plunge and has stealthily entered the cannabis market, other technology giants such as Google and Apple have also accumulated rumors that link them to the legal marijuana industry. At a decisive moment, as legalization advances at an uncontrollable pace in the US, it seems that large technology companies do not want to be excluded from the market. We will talk about the current state of affairs and the future that awaits them. In June 2016, Microsoft became the first technology giant to land in the cannabis...

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Wannacry, a virus that hurts

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Wannacry, a virus that hurts

In mid-May, more than 150 countries were targeted by the large-scale computer attack that used the WannaCry virus. This malware was a ransomware that blocked user files in exchange for a Bitcoin amount. North Korea was once suspected, but now experts seem to be turning to a group of people from the southern region of China. It was the US security firm Flashpoint that analyzed the malware WannaCry. According to her, the linguistic analysis of the virus would have revealed that the software was written by a Chinese who speaks a southern...

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Cleaning Technology is Quickly Moving Forward

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Cleaning Technology is Quickly Moving Forward

Cleaning, a sector undergoing rapid change, is now developing innovations. The cleaning of computer systems, as well as the computerization of cleaning procedures, upset the supply of services in a competitive market. Different trajectories of innovation appear, each with its own employment structure. The sector is becoming more professional, and its workforce is becoming more skilled. In recent years, one of the most striking evolutions in cleaning has been the rise of technologies in the production process. These technologies are at the...

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