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Welsh police wrongly identify thousands as potential criminals


It turns out that those deployed at a major soccer match in Wales past year flagged up thousands of potential matches with faces stored on a custody database-and a whopping 92% were false positives. However, since then, we have implemented a facial recognition technology, no one has been arrested, when the false positive triggers led to the intervention, and no one complained", - said the police. Read More »

Destiny 2 Warmind DLC COUNTDOWN


Specifically, Destiny 2 Expansion II: Warmind will power up on May 8th, 2018 at 11:00am PDT/2:00pm EDT. In addition to the new story missions and open space, Warmind adds a plethora of new content to Destiny 2. The description of the trailer on YouTube also says that there'll be access to multiplayer arenas in private matches, as well as new strikes. The publisher described the new DLC stating, " Destiny 2 Expansion II: Warmind continues your Guardian's journey with an all-new ... Read More »

You May Soon Be Able To Add Music To Instagram Stories


Facebook just signed licensing deals with the major record labels, which seems like a odd coincidence. If true, it could put Instagram Stories even further ahead of rival Snapchat . It has a huge responsibility in satisfying the more than 300 million active users who shall be provided access to royalty free music. Tech Crunch contacted Instagram to ask about this hypothetical feature, but the company declined to comment. Read More »

Microsoft Is Integrating Windows 10 with Your Phone


Besides mirroring notifications and allowing you to respond to text messages, it'll also allow you to move photos between your phone and Windows 10 machines. In the Google Play Store, Microsoft Edge for Android has logged 1 million downloads, compared with 100 million for Word, Excel, and the other established Microsoft Office apps. Read More »

NASA Seeks to Study Mars with Spaceship 'Insight'


The space agency's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is developing the helicopter separately from the upcoming mission to the red planet in an effort to determine how the platform can serve as a scout for future rovers and conduct additional science experiments. Read More »

Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) Upgraded at BidaskClub

Schwab Charles Investment reported 2.03 million shs or 0.31% of all its holdings. Keywise Capital Management Ltd who had been investing in Nvidia Corp for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $145.12 billion market cap company. Read More »

HMD Global Hints About the Nokia 5 (2018) Launch


This year at MWC 2018, it launched the Nokia 7 Plus and the Nokia 8 Sirocco . Building on the success of its predecessor, the new Nokia 6 packs has more powerful performance and great new features in a more compact, durable body . Read More »

Here's how to watch Satya Nadella Keynote Live


Microsoft's Build annual developer conference is back in Seattle this year, and we're getting ready to watch the introducing "Vision" keynote featuring CEO Satya Nadella . For Microsoft, the cloud computing and its Azure Cloud is becoming the next big cash cow. The event is easy to watch online thanks to Microsoft's live-stream. Read More »

Fitbit gets quick replies and menstrual cycle tracking


In addition to logging your cycle in the app, the Versa and Ionic will also display cycle information and alerts on the watch interface. Clearing notifications on your watch now clears them from your phone, too. There'll also be user guidance for ovulation, fertility and tips to debunk common misconceptions. With smartwatch integration, you can also swipe up on your watch to the Fitbit Today dashboard to check when your period is going to start or end along with your next fertile ... Read More »

This message is freezing WhatsApp across the world


This message is usually sent as a forward message surfacing around WhatsApp which claimed to hang the app for some time. As per the report , the message bears some unknown special characters which crash the application. That causes the app and/or the phone to go down. The app is freezing because of the black space placed in between the text and the black dot. Reportedly, these WhatsApp messages are nothing but prank and there seem to be nothing malicious about them. Read More »

Vivo Y75s and Y83 Launched; Know Specifications, features


It will also come with Game mode and Jovi AI Assistant. On the connectivity part, the Y75s offers 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac (2.4GHz + 5GHz), Bluetooth 4.2, GPS + GLONASS. The TENAA listing claims that Vivo has added a SoC clocked at 2.0 GHz paired with 2 GB RAM and 64 GB of internal storage that is expandable. Battery capacity is 3,180 mAh and the phone boots Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. Read More »

The Boeing CTS-100 Starliner Space Capsule — Chasing Dragon


After the Starliner is back in the Earth atmosphere, parachutes would convey and back it off to a speed like that of a skyscraper elevator. That is route lower than the proposed 40 lodges in SpaceX's Dragon. Well, it brought along a number of different scientific gear which includes the mice that have been living in specially made habitats on the space station. Read More »

Apple acknowledges mic issue in these iPhones after iOS 11.3 update


Tech website MacRumours has reported that an internal Apple document has noted that "customers may experience a grayed-out speaker button during phone calls". The document, but doesn't explain the issue in detail. Now, this latest iPhone 7 microphone issue seems not to be fixed by the software update. Apple has reportedly acknowleged the issue that some iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus users are facing after upgrading to iOS 11.3. Read More »

Right-wing Organisation in Gurugram Keeps Word, Disrupts Friday Namaz at Various Places


Our protest was for maintaining peace and brotherhood by politely asking them to vacate public places and refrain from offering namaz there", said Abhishek Gaur, Gurugram district head, Bajrang Dal, and a key member of the Samiti. "The administration should check whether Muslims gathered to offer "namaz" are residents of Gurugram or illegal immigrants from Bangladesh", said Vikram Singh, a member of the samiti. Read More »

Id Software is adding bots to Quake Champions


Of course this will differ based on player skill. As you can imagine, the bots will have different levels of difficulty so that you can put them on a level that you can practice. The next phase will include support for champions' abilities and will add the bots to the rest of the game modes. It didn't confirm whether that meant the game was getting an offline mode or not. Read More »

Girl's discovery while out walking was eons in the making


Unusually, the fossil was just sitting out on a rock and was fairly intact, and her family ended up taking it to an associate paleobiology professor at the University of Tennessee to confirm the find. "To find something like that, it could spark this youngster into a whole career". As for Sumrall, he believes that Ryleigh's fortunate uncovering could end up having a major impact on the girl's future. Read More »

Namaz should be offered inside mosques: Haryana CM Khattar


Asked as to what would be the government's strategy to ensure law and order is maintained in view of such disruptions, Khattar said, "To maintain law and order is our duty and we will do it. They also raised slogans like " Jai Shri Ram" and "Bangladeshi wapas jao" when they disrupted the congregations. While speaking to the media, the chief minister said, his government is keeping a close watch on the situation but if there is shortage of places for offering namaz , it should be done in ... Read More »

Alexa's Star Wars Day Easter eggs revealed


Go figure. This has been going on since 2011, and has even spawned a 5 May spin off, called Revenge of the Fifth, which is even more tiresome. This we can get on board with. Alexa can read you books from Amazon's Kindle service and audiobooks from Audible. And if you're a subscriber or buyer of Audible books, Alexa can pipe those books through your Echo device. Read More »

Light natural disaster shakes Gulf of Mexico near Louisiana coast


In a tweet sent out from the National Weather Service office in New Orleans just before 1 p.m. A spokesperson for the National Weather Service says the natural disaster measured about 4.5 on the Richter Scale. The National Weather Service was even asking if anyone in Louisiana felt the quake. A 4.6-magnitude quake is classified as a moderate natural disaster that would be expected to cause slight damage. Read More »

North Korea says USA ruining mood of meetings


The United States stations 28,500 troops in South Korea, a legacy of the war. Before Trump meets Kim, Washington is looking for North Korea to address another persistent source of tension between the adversaries: the detention of three Korean-Americans accused of anti-state of activities in the North. Read More »

Texture's bad Windows app will be removed from Microsoft app


Users have reportedly been informed about the upcoming clousure of the app via emails as well as a note inside the app. Users of Texture have been notified that their app will stop working, through an email message and an in-app notification, which simply said the app will stop working and no longer be available in the Microsoft Store. Read More »

Here's everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy S10

Another significant leak has happened, and it gives a bit more alleged information on the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy X . The unveiling for the Galaxy S10 is tipped to happen at CES 2019, which will kick off next January. Samsung usually has codenames for its phones that define its strategy. When most companies are working on an in-folding or out-folding smartphones, Samsung seems to have taken things a step ahead. Read More »

Carbon dioxide reached the highest level in recorded history


In honor of the 60th anniversary of the Keeling Curve , Ralph Keeling of the Scripps CO2 Program shows how scientists make carbon dioxide measurements and gives a guided tour of the original instruments his father , Charles David Keeling, developed to start the famous record known as the Keeling Curve . Read More »

Eta Aquariids Meteor Shower will be visible this weekend


So, the skywatchers will have a great time in watching the dazzling meteor showers. Hailey's Comet is the source for the meteor shower. The meteor shower looks like will originate from the direction of Eta Aquarii, which is among the brightest stars in the constellation of Aquarius, and can be observed at this time of year, each year. Read More »

Major Google News Update Reportedly Coming Soon, According To 'Ad Age'


Like much of Google's efforts in various sectors of its services, Google is looking to consolidate all of its news content to make things easier to find, read, and view. The report says that Google Play Newsstand is going to close as part of the Google News redesign. For publishers, getting seen via Google News is critical for their reputation. Read More »

New Video Details the Psijic Order

Almost 350 years ago, the Psijic Order disappeared when their home, the island of Artaeum, vanished from Tamriel. When they did engage in the world, it was only in an advisory capacity, and they withdrew even from that limited role when they disappeared. Read More »

Museum of Play inducts four games into Video Game Hall of Fame


Strong's World Video Game Hall of Fame offered up congratulatory homages to each inductee. " John Madden Football " reshaped the landscape of sports video games are today. It is widely seen as the installment that broke Japanese role-playing games into mainstream popularity, according to Symonds, and introduced some of video games' most memorable characters - such as Cloud and Sephiroth - who've appeared in other franchises and media. Read More »

Purchases 1799 Shares of Intel

On Thursday, April 19 the firm has "Overweight" rating by Barclays Capital given. The rating was maintained by Susquehanna with "Buy" on Friday, March 2. In other news, VP Kevin Thomas Mcbride sold 686 shares of Intel stock in a transaction that occurred on Wednesday, February 21st. (NASDAQ:FANG) for 1.25M shares. Read More »

Google to begin vetting election advertiser identities


Last month, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's chief executive, said his company would start verifying the identity of people buying political or issue ads, starting with election ads in the United States and then expanding to other countries around the world. Read More »

Vine sequel app V2 postponed "indefinitely"


Vine gave us memorable 6 second videos and sadly Twitter was not able to sustain it so it ended up being cut off and thrown into the stinking pile of former social networks. "I didn't expect to write this even a few weeks ago, but I've made the very hard decision of postponing the V2 project for an indefinite amount of time", he said. Read More »

Google's Advanced Protection Program Now Supports Apple's iOS Apps


Back in October, the internet giant first announced the security-focused program , which is designed for individual Google accounts that may be more susceptible to being compromised via tactics such as phishing scams or through sharing access to Google data with malicious third-party applications. Read More »

Honor 8 Test Firmware Based On Android Oreo Leaks


Now, the smartphone is being updated to Android Oreo, which is being pushed in the form of an over-the-air (OTA) update. The Android Oreo OTA rolled out in South Korea at the end of previous year, with a later update adding features from the V30 ThinQ . Read More »

Destiny 2 New Mode Will Shake Things Up


The Humble Monthly Bundle for June only offers one "early unlock" game, but it's a big one: Destiny 2 will be immediately playable for subscribers (after you download it, of course) and given that it's still selling for $60 on, it's a pretty sweet deal. Read More »