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Virtual assistants like Alexa and Siri have become a part of our everyday life. This is nothing but AI-driven technology that helps us on a regular basis. As the tech world is increasingly experimenting with AI, it is only obvious that we will see some groundbreaking results. One such example is the launch of Neon’s Artificial Humans at CES 2020. Now, keep in mind that Neon’s latest launch is nothing like Alexa and Siri. Yes, it works on AI but...
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The CES 2020 saw a lot of amazing prospects for technology. Samsung’s SelfieType is one of them! Samsung’s SelfieType is basically an invisible AI keyboard for your smartphones. You might be thinking how does that even work? Well, it does. The videos doing rounds showing the demonstration of how it will work. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy S11 are amazing in their own right but they still lack the productivity aspect that laptops have. The reason being the phone...
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Oppo has launched its latest Android-based custom OS version in India called ColorsOS 7. Colors OS 7 has already been launched in China a few days back. Colors OS 7 is based on Oppo’s Infinite Design Concept which is meant to simplify the user interface. Oppo has planned to release this OS version for more than 20 plus smartphones such as Reno, Find, F, K, and A series. It is going to be launched in China, South Asia, Southeast Asia,...
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Android 10 – the fresher than fresh version of Google’s mobile operating system – is here. Well, the OS formerly known as Android Q has been in beta for months but now it’s officially rolling out first to Google’s own line of Pixel phones, then to everyone else. Next, Android 10 has a central focus on privacy and security, with almost 50 features that give users greater protection, transparency, and control. Finally, Android 10 expands users’ digital wellbeing controls so...
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Google on Tuesday rolled out Chrome 78, the latest version of its world-dominant browser, that included patches for 37 security vulnerabilities, new customization options for the new tab page, and search integration with Google Drive. The Mountain View, Calif. firm paid out $58,500 in bug bounties — up 41% over September’s Chrome 77 — to researchers who reported some of the flaws. Three were ranked “High,” the second-most-serious category in Google’s four-step ratings, but none was tagged as “Critical,” the...
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