Tech-Science

Covid: Google Maps Tells How Crowded Places and Clubs Are

In times of coronavirus, Google improves and expands the system that allows you to estimate how crowded shops and public places are, so you can avoid rush hours at the…

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Feel the Peel the Juice Bar that Also Makes 3D Printing of Cups

This other way of conceiving the alternative to plastic which participates in the concept of circular economy, is the fruit of the imagination of an Italian designer. His machine, “Feel…

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He Invented A Gun to Shoot Masks

Some people are still reluctant to wear a mask, despite official recommendations or the obligation in some places. The United States in particular has seen the emergence of anti-mask protests,…

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Nintendo Plays Everything for With New Mario Kart

Nintendo is about to launch its biggest product for the holiday season, where it will take on next-generation consoles from rivals Microsoft and Sony. A look ahead of the launch…

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Google will Pay at Least $ 1 Billion to Press Publishers

Google has an “initial” investment of 1,000 billion dollars to close agreements with news publishers around the world, as announced by Sundar Pichai, CEO of Alphabet, the parent company of…

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Nano-Diamond Battery has A Lifespan of Several Thousand Years

Researchers from a Californian start-up have just developed a self-charging battery with an almost unlimited lifespan … based on radioactive nano-diamonds! Its field of application could range from smartphones to…

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Facebook Instagram Message Function Integrated with Messenger

On September 30, Facebook announced a policy to replace the direct message function of its photo sharing app “Instagram” with its message / calling app “Messenger”. Facebook announced on the 30th…

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Robots has Done A Great Harm to Amazon Employees

From 2014 to date, Amazon has talked about the benefits of automating its warehouses and the help that robots give humans in processing boxes, but leaked information shows that the…

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Facebook’s Independent Monitoring Committee to Start in October Verification of Post Deletion Decision

The Observatory was set up in response to criticism of the company’s response to harmful content. Initially, it will validate Facebook and its Instagram post removal decisions and empower the…

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A 13.5 m Investment in D-ID which Prevents Automatic Face Recognition

Technology has developedthat neutralizes automated algorithms for face recognition, without compromising human recognition ability. Surveillance of people in the Corona Time, smart city cameras and smart vehicles – make facial…

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The Supreme Court Declares Glovo’s ‘Riders’ False Self-Employed

The high court concludes a judicial process that determines that the platform’s distributors must act as salaried employees Glovo confirms  that it will continue to operate in Spain despite the…

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iPhone 11 from the Discounter

The discounters Aldi Nord and Süd are selling a current top iPhone model for the first time – from Thursday and for 678 euros. The interest is huge in advance….

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