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Moto C Plus India Launch: Lenovo Wants a Greater Share of India’s Affordable Smartphone Market

Lenovo’s Moto brand is accelerating its efforts to cash in on the affordable smartphone (Rs. 6,000-10,000) segment in India with the launch of the Moto C Plus, at a price of Rs 6,999. Earlier this month, Lenovo had launched Moto C at Rs. 5,999, which is the cheapest Moto device in the company’s current portfolio in India. The… Read More »

How a motherboard is made: Inside the Gigabyte factory in Taiwan

Gigabyte is one of the biggest motherboard makers in the world, and we visited the company’s factory in Taiwan to find out how they’re manufactured. Gigabyte’s Nan Ping factory in Pingzhen City, about an hour west of Taipei, is the last remaining motherboard factory in Taiwan. It produces about 400,000 units per month, or about a quarter of Gigabyte’s… Read More »

THE OUTLINE’S BIZARRE DESIGN ACTUALLY MAKES A LOT OF SENSE

Needless to say, reading The Outline is not like perusing the New Yorker (though Topolsky welcomes the comparison). The designers behind it say that’s a good thing. “If we had only built a content consumption experience that delivered against the behaviors that exist today, we wouldn’t have made anything new” says Mike Treff, managing partner at Code &… Read More »

Facebook Is Using AI to Make the Social Network a ‘Hostile Place for Terrorists’

Facebook Inc on Thursday offered additional insight on its efforts to remove terrorism content, a response to political pressure in Europe to militant groups using the social network for propaganda and recruiting. Facebook has ramped up use of artificial intelligence such as image matching and language understanding to identify and remove content quickly, Monika Bickert, Facebook’s director of… Read More »

Nest Cam IQ Launched, a Smart 4K Monitoring Camera With Motion Detection

Nest is an Alphabet-owned company that has been under the radar for a long while now. The company, which was founded by Tony Fadell and Matt Rogers, is remembered for its thermostat that synchs to the Internet and learns from user habits. After years of dormancy and Fadell’s departure in 2016, Nest has once again risen with a… Read More »

Facebook Is Using AI to Make the Social Network a ‘Hostile Place for Terrorists’

Facebook Inc on Thursday offered additional insight on its efforts to remove terrorism content, a response to political pressure in Europe to militant groups using the social network for propaganda and recruiting. Facebook has ramped up use of artificial intelligence such as image matching and language understanding to identify and remove content quickly, Monika Bickert, Facebook’s director of… Read More »

LG G6 Available on Amazon India at Rs. 38,990, a Discount of Rs. 13,000

LG is offering an Amazon Prime exclusive discount to prospective buyers of the LG G6. There’s a Rs. 13,000 discount on the purchase of the LG G6 through Amazon India, but only for those who have Prime membership. Furthermore, there are additional offers and a no cost EMI option also listed on the Amazon India site. The discount… Read More »

How To Do A System Restore In Windows

A Windows utility, System Restore, allows you to restore your Operating System to an earlier working state, in case you encounter some issues (corruption, faulty driver…) with the current state of your PC. It’s very simple and easy to use. You can revert to the previous system state with ease if you are not satisfied with some major… Read More »

Tim Cook May Have Taken a Subtle Dig at Facebook in His MIT Commencement Speech

Apple chief executive Tim Cook appeared to make a veiled swipe at Facebook on Friday as he spoke to new graduates at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Addressing the Class of 2017, Cook emphasised the importance of baking humanity into every decision and project, particularly when it came to technology. While tech has made the world better, he… Read More »

Get ‘Jump Start Responsive Web Design’ ebook ($30 value) FREE for a limited time

The pixel-perfect web is dead. The days of positioning elements on a web page and expecting them to always display exactly how we wanted are a distant memory; we now cope with the constant barrage of new and varied devices that our designs need to look fantastic on. Responsive web design is no longer a nice-to-have bonus feature,… Read More »