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Category: Technology

04 August

Way back in the before times of October 2019, Microsoft announced that it would be expanding its Designed for Xbox stamp of approval to a line of mobile accessories. The play was pretty obvious: The company is trying to get serious about smartphone gaming through the backdoor approach of its own Project xCloud streaming service. […]

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04 August

August 4, 2020 10 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Branding isn’t just your logo and website design, it’s your experience, product, partners, and more. Branding a new venture takes work — you have to really know what your business stands for and ensure that people Inside and outside of your […]

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04 August

This year, British Vogue‘s September issue is a beautiful homage to 40 activists currently shaping the future and giving us hope.  Vogue’s September issue is traditionally its most important of the year. Last year, the Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex guest edited the issue. Editor-in-chief Edward Enninful said this year’s activism-themed issue is “our […]

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04 August

The UK government is suspending the use of an algorithm used to stream visa applications after concerns were raised the technology bakes in unconscious bias and racism. The tool had been the target of a legal challenge. The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) and campaigning law firm Foxglove had asked a court […]

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04 August

Another day, another nightmarish Donald Trump interview. Fresh from a chat with Fox News host Chris Wallace that didn’t exactly paint him in a great light, the president decided to sit down opposite Axios journalist Jonathan Swan on Monday — and, lo and behold, things were even worse this time around. Not only did Trump […]

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04 August

Illustration: Rahul Awasthi Video analytics platform Wobot Intelligence has raised an undisclosed sum in its pre-Series A funding round from Sequoia India, as the company looks to expand its presence globally. The startup’s technology connects to CCTV and other cameras to monitor process compliance while detecting anomalies in an organisation’s Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). It […]

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04 August

Aching for an angular SUV that doesn’t look like any other SUV out there, but Tesla’s Cybertruck is just too big for your taste? Don’t lose hope. According to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, a smaller version of the Cybertruck is “highly likely down the road.” Musk tweeted the comment in response to a Twitter user […]

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04 August

WhatsApp, one of the most popular instant messaging platforms on the planet, has rolled out a new feature in select markets that makes it easier for users to verify whether the assertions made in messages they have received on the app are true. The Facebook -owned service has enabled users in Brazil, Italy, Ireland, Mexico, […]

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04 August

Products featured here are selected by our partners at StackCommerce.If you buy something through links on our site, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Practice rowing like you’re actually on water with this indoor rower. Image: First Degree Fitness By StackCommerceMashable Shopping2020-08-04 09:00:00 UTC TL;DR: Practice rowing even when at home Viking 2 Plus AR […]

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04 August

If you thought bragging about “acing” a dementia test was as bad as it got, Donald Trump has another wild interview highlights reel for you. News site Axios’ weekly HBO show aired an interview with the president on Monday night that made the Chris Wallace shitshow look like a successfully muffled fart. During the 40-minute […]

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