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Human QR code breaks world record in China

Human QR code breaks world record in China

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Chinese students have successfully come together to create the largest ever quick response code made of people. A whopping 2.5 thousand Chinese students recently joined together to create the largest human QR code that has ever existed. The students joined together in the country’s Henan province to break the previous existing record. There were a total of 2,520 students from Sias International University who created the QR code. The students from the university in … Read entire article »

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Facebook mobile ad growth drives the social network’s earnings higher

Facebook mobile ad growth drives the social network’s earnings higher

The company’s financial performance moves upward despite criticism regarding Russia’s U.S. election interference. Facebook mobile ad growth is pushing the company’s earnings upward despite the negative press the company has been receiving. The social network has received heavy criticism regarding the role it played in Russia’s interference in the American presidential election last year. The company revealed that its quarterly revenue has spiked to $10.3 billion, a massive year over year growth. Facebook’s quarterly revenue of $10.3 billion … Read entire article »

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Hamburger emoji cheese placement generates massive debate

Hamburger emoji cheese placement generates massive debate

Android users all have an opinion about where the cheese should go and the Google CEO has made it a top priority. The Android hamburger emoji underwent an update that has generated a massive amount of controversy about where the cheese should be placed. While the debate started small, it rapidly took off to the point that even Google’s CEO said he was making it his top priority. The position of the cheese on the hamburger seems … Read entire article »

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Project Loon balloons bring digital relief to Puerto Rico

Project Loon balloons bring digital relief to Puerto Rico

Solar powered stratospheric balloons have launched to bring internet and cellular service to the island’s remote areas. Alphabet Inc., Google’s parent company, launched its Project Loon balloons to deliver digital services to remote areas of Puerto Rico. The unincorporated American territory’s rural cell phone towers were destroyed by Hurricane Maria, cutting off all service. The stratospheric balloons are able to reconnect locals to the internet and provide cellular service again. Two of the Project Loon balloons have already … Read entire article »

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Augmented reality car design techniques among Ford’s latest strategies

Augmented reality car design techniques among Ford’s latest strategies

The automaker is using Microsoft’s HoloLens as a part of its process for creating future models. Ford has joined a growing number of companies using Microsoft’s HoloLens, in this case as an augmented reality car designing tool. The AR headset has been taking gradual steps into the commercial market in 2017. Ford is joined by NASA, Lowe’s, Volkswagen, Volvo and Audi among others testing the HoloLens. In actuality, Ford has been using the Microsoft HoloLens headset for a … Read entire article »

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Levi’s smart jacket is finally becoming available to consumers

Levi’s smart jacket is finally becoming available to consumers

This wearable technology was first demonstrated quite a while ago and now shoppers can finally try it. The Levi’s smart jacket was initially unveiled two years ago, and consumers have been waiting for their own chance to try it out. Now, the touch-sensitive fabric has been integrated into a jacket with a smart sleeve. This clothing with a smart sleeve will be sold for about $350 for consumers who want tech right in their outfit. The smart jacket … Read entire article »

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Google local library search results now result from ebook queries

Google local library search results now result from ebook queries

The tech giant is making it easier for mobile device users to locate digital copies at nearby libraries. A new Google local library search feature is making it simpler for readers to locate digital copies of the books they want and that can be found nearby. The tech giant announced this week that it has added the new feature and that it will show up in book title results. Searching for books on Google already displays a … Read entire article »

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iPhone X unveiling underscores Apple’s pricing strategy angle

iPhone X unveiling underscores Apple’s pricing strategy angle

The Californian device maker has launched a new luxury smartphone with an even higher price tag. Apple’s new iPhone X has made a luxury splash in a lineup of devices that has always been known for its technological advancements. This smartphone has been designed to rise above previous iPhones, and it has the striking price tag to match. Moreover, it looks as though this higher price point could be the ongoing trend for the brand. The luxury … Read entire article »

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Mobile Google search traffic makes up 57 percent of total queries

Mobile Google search traffic makes up 57 percent of total queries

Recent research has shown that more people than ever are using smartphones and tablets for searching. Mobile Google search traffic is now comprising a tremendous 57 percent of all online searches, according to BrightEdge, a content performance marketing company. This has placed mobile site traffic ahead of traditional desktop sites. The study also determined that the types of searches conducted over mobile and desktop aren’t the same. In fact, it determined that 79 percent of searches were different … Read entire article »

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Mobile service carriers offer free wireless to Hurricane Harvey victims

Mobile service carriers offer free wireless to Hurricane Harvey victims

As the companies struggle to keep their networks going, they have offered their services free until September 1. Mobile service carriers T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon announced that people in areas struck by Hurricane Harvey will receive free wireless services. The companies were all battling to get their services up and running and to keep them that way, but they have promised customers will not be charged during that time. Equally, AT&T has announced that it will issue … Read entire article »

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Smartphone addiction cure is Android co-founder’s newest goal

Smartphone addiction cure is Android co-founder’s newest goal

Andy Rubin contributed to the creation of the top mobile operating system and now seeks to break the usage habit. Smartphone addiction has become a rampant and yet widely under-recognized problem in societies throughout the world. Andy Rubin, a co-founder of Android – the leading mobile operating system worldwide – has now become an unlikely advocate for breaking the mobile device habit. Rubin is by no means advocating for the cessation of the use of mobile devices … Read entire article »

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