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Nvidia Holodeck with new VR navigation tools can cover three areas at once

Nvidia’s VR platform named Holodeck now has new navigation tools as it prepares to be demonstrated at the annual SIGGRAPH conference in Vancouver, Canada next week. The new tools of Holodeck are dedicatedly designed for the areas of architecture, engineering, and construction. These aim to not just enhance traditional processes, but as well bring innovative […]

EA reveals its future game developments based on its new EA Moral Compass

An EA executive revealed about their future game developments that are influenced by controversies regarding Star Wars: Battlefront II. It is one of the biggest games of EA that were released in 2017, and controversies regarding its microtransaction system even made headlines! So much so that people away from gaming circles have been talking about […]

Xiaomi Mi A2 is official in India, packs 5.99-inch FHD+ display and Android One

Xiaomi launched its new Android One smartphone, the Mi A2 at a launch event in India today, August 8. The company’s head in the country, Manu Kumar Jain revealed that the phone’s key highlights are AI cameras, performance, and design. Xiaomi Mi A2 is the second Android One handset in India from the brand after […]

SoftBank to invest $750 million in Zume to support selling robot-made pizza

SoftBank may invest $500 to $700 million in Zume, the startup that uses robots and software to make and deliver fresh pizza. This Softbank investment in Zume, when finalized, will be another instance where SoftBank’s Vision Fund expands its reaches in the industry of food delivery. Previously in this year, the Japanese firm provided a […]

Google Classroom gets its biggest refresh since launch with Classwork page and more

Google on yesterday, August 7 has announced a refresh of its Classroom, its biggest since launch back in 2014. It continues the tech giant’s mission to provide simplified tech for teachers and students so that they can spend more time learning. Among the newly introduced features, the first is that of the Classwork page. It […]

Apple with Logitech releases wireless iPhone charger with multiple orientations

Logitech has revealed its newly designed wireless iPhone charger that’s designed for the iPhones. Apple collaborating with the company on the make has released the charger yesterday, August 7. Known as the Powered Wireless Charging Stand, it is said to provide faster charging than the standard wall plugs. It can deliver up to 7.5 watts […]

SKYFchain and Docomo come together to support 5G technology across industries

Startup SKYFchain has partnered Docomo via participating in the NTT Docomo 5G Open Partner Program that started on August 3. The partnership entails conducting test flights of the SKYF drones on the startup’s platform by using the NTT Docomo 5G communication technology. 5G tech brings multiple high-speed connections on board and opens up for more […]

Ola to enter in the UK starting with South Wales and Greater Manchester

Indian ride-hailing company Ola announced its plans today, August 7 to enter and expand in the United Kingdom. The company has already received licenses for operating on the roads of South Wales and Greater Manchester, with plans to start by next month. Being one of the largest ride-hailing service providers in the world, Ola will […]

Microsoft makes Movies Anywhere available across multiple devices including Xbox

Microsoft has made its service Movies Anywhere available across multiple devices and has announced it via a blog yesterday, August 6. Movies Anywhere of Disney allows you to store all of your favorite films and libraries in one place. For enjoying the same on all of your devices, you need to connect your Microsoft account […]

Huawei Nova 3i with 6.3-inch FHD display starts being sold in India by Amazon

Huawei’s latest smartphone Nova 3i starts sales in India via Amazon today, August 7. Pre-orders began last month, right after its launch. Nova 3i sports a 6.3-inch FHD IPS display supporting 1080 x 2340 pixels with 19.5:9 aspect ratio and 409ppi pixel density. It is a dual-SIM (Nano) handset with support for dual-VoLTE. Huawei Nova […]

TSMC Factories making chips for iPhones suffer setback by computer virus

There was a computer virus stopping iPhone chip making attributes of the TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.) factories last night, August 3. TSMC is in fact presently the only maker of iPhone’s processor chips. The company reported that various fabrication tools were infected by the virus. As of now, the problem has been taken care […]

Great Lakes researchers launch pilot project to detect meteotsunami waves

Observed in water bodies like bays, gulfs, and lakes, Meteotsunamis are the storm-driven waves that partially resemble the tsunamis that generate earthquakes. Great Lakes scientists have started working on an experimental network of air-pressure sensors to detect the threatening eteotsunamis. The project is being funded by the University of CIGLR (Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes […]