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Open source non-profit organization IOTA is intending to grow its distributed ledger technology by launching a $2 million fund. The technology is a derivative of blockchain technology that is targeted towards the Internet of Things. The IOTA Ecosystem Fund is for developers who would like to contribute and be part of the next generation of the distributed ledger technology. For...
The Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus, has revealed more about its upcoming device’s camera features claiming the firm has partnered with DxO Labs so as to give a better camera experience for users. In a reality where social media users exceed the population of entire continents, a smartphone’s camera is one of the prominent selling point. During the first years when...
Hackers around the world are hard at work trying to gain access to computers via home appliances that are connected to the web. It’s a major assault on home users and the Internet on the whole, and there’s not much we can do at the moment to put a solid stop these attacks. The company behind the leading antivirus program,...
The world population is expected to reach 9.1 billion by the year 2050, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. By then, global food production will need to increase by 70 percent, and this is greatly more important for Africa. By 2050, the continent is projected to have 2 billion people, which means improvements in farming must...
Yesterday, officials from the European Union’s antitrust regulatory body fined Facebook $120 million for providing misleading information concerning the 2014 deal which saw it spend $19 billion to acquire WhatsApp messaging service. The fine stands as one of the most significant regulatory penalties that has ever been posed against Facebook. Other European nations including Germany are currently clamping down...
Over the years, pizza delivery technology has come a long way since simply handing you a lukewarm cardboard pizza box. After multiple-box stacking, the cheese started getting stuck to the lid so they implemented little Barbie-style picnic tables to act as pillars. Then, there was an issue of the pizza getting cold so they started using thick, lead bags...
Obesity is a huge problem the world needs to get rid of as soon as possible. We know it’s not the right way to go, but yet there are some who believe in the term, the “healthy obese.” Well, a new study has shown that folks with such a mindset might not be as healthy as they claim. A new...
Apple has something exciting on the horizon; they are about to release the newest updates to their MacBook and MacBook Pro models—well that’s what we’ve been hearing ‘through the grapevine’ anyway. Bloomberg suggests that the official announcement is set to take place at Apple’s 28th Annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) which will run from June 5-9 in San...
Unless you are the generous donor who gave $680,000 to the RFK Center and you are scheduling your lunch with Apple CEO Tim Cook, you are like the rest of us mortals: a huge fan waiting for the big opening of one of the most famous buildings in technology, Apple Park! Although from outside it might look like it's more...
Ever since the official announcement of the Nintendo Switch, we’ve always been skeptical on whether or not such a device could work. We’ve never really gotten a 2-in-1 gaming system from any of the major brands, and the ones that were released failed to take off. Bearing that in mind, it was evident to us that Nintendo was venturing into...

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