Device screen blue light damages skin and makes you look older

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Smartphones, tablets, laptops and other screens emit wavelengths causing premature signs of aging. Blue light damages skin and leaves it prone to signs of premature aging, say the results of recent research. These wavelengths are produced by smartphones, laptops, tablets and other screens we use for hours every day. Unlike the TV – for most of us – smaller device screens are quite close to our faces. Smaller screens need to be held closer to our faces so that we can see what they display. As a result, we are…

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Most public safety agencies are in favor of faster mobile technology adoption

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A recent study showed that 70 percent wanted to accelerate the uptake of this tech. Seventy percent of public safety agency respondents to a recent Zebra Technologies Corporation study feel that mobile technology adoption should be accelerated. The research showed that these agencies around the world are seeking to improve mobile tech. The company released its study findings showing that agencies worldwide will be pursuing greater mobile technology adoption to continuously improve community relations and workflows over the next half decade. The last of the three parts of Zebra’s study…

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Huawei sanctions generate heavy criticism from the Chinese tech giant

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The company says this ruling will impact its own business as well as US firms and the electronics industry. The US has imposed new Huawei sanctions that would require American chip manufacturers to apply for licenses to sell to their products to the Chinese company. These new restrictions have been slammed by the tech giant as well as by the government of China. The Chinese company and government are calling the new rules a malicious act of suppression. The Huawei sanctions are being called an act of suppression from the…

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Uber AI technology ensures all its drivers wear face masks

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Though passengers are supposed to wear masks, the artificial intelligence will not be used for them. New Uber AI technology is being used to help ensure that the ride hailing service’s drivers all obey the mandatory regulation that they wear masks. The artificial intelligence is incorporated into a new selfie-taking rule every time the driver goes online. As of this week, every time the drivers go online, they need to snap a selfie of themselves to gain access to the rest of the rideshare service app. This will trigger an…

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Over half of Americans who have tried contactless payment will use it again

Contactless payment - mobile payments

New Amex research shows 58 percent of people who tried this type of transaction are more likely to use it. Americans who have tried contactless payment because of the COVID-19 pandemic are more likely to use it again, said results from a new Amex survey. Online and mobile ordering for delivery and pickup options are also more appealing to consumers. Contactless payment and online and mobile delivery and pickup options are becoming increasingly popular options. Moreover, consumers who tried them for the first time due to the coronavirus pandemic are…

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