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Nokia 9.3 will be the first under-display camera phone

Main Highlights: Snapdragon 865, 120Hz OLED Display Leaks about under-display camera Launch expected between June-August As technology progresses, everyone tries to be at top and for that they are inventing new things. These years every smartphone company is trying to beat others by being different. There are flagships with less bezels, and punch holes but […]

Quarantine – Top 5 Essential Skills to Master

In this article we will quickly discuss the top 5 essential skills to master during quarantine. As we all know the whole world is facing lock down situation due to Corona Virus (Covid-19). It is really difficult for a lot of people to stay home and do nothing all day. I will write about 5 […]

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10 most important strategic IoT trends by 2023

According to market research firm Gartner, strategically important technology trends such as AI, more sophisticated and less expensive sensors, or new wireless technologies such as 5G will advance the Internet of Things (IoT) in the digital business over the next five years. At the Gartner Symposium in Barcelona, the market research institute presented its top […]

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Smart Hospital : The focus is the human being health

Artificial intelligence can be used  in medicine, robots in care, wearables as potential lifesavers: The list of currently discussed and already used digital technologies that will determine the future of health care can be extended indefinitely. But do these digital initiatives also work together? A look at the emerging Smart Hospital shows what the digital future looks […]

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Using a 3D printers are dangerous for your health

The study conducted by scientists on the risks associated with the use of 3D printers is not really reassuring. Indeed, these last would be harmful for the health, more particularly for the lungs. Involved, nanoparticles that are rejected. A bad ad for 3D printers , researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology and UL Chemical Safety have shown that […]

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First bridge to quantum computers – Interview of Christian Leutner, Fujitsu

Quantum computers are still a matter of the future, but Fujitsu has developed a quantum computer-inspired chip with its Digital Annealer. Christian Leutner reports on the practical problems the chip will solve. He explains who benefits from it and how it is marketed. A large number of large IT companies are involved in the development of quantum computers. In […]

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The ABC of big data technologies

There are many ways to profit from data. Before choosing the technology you should therefore ask the question: What do I want to achieve with the Big Data analysis? Those who want to evaluate their data today are confronted with a multitude of possibilities and a flood of terminology that does not make selection easy. Around the […]

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Google Maps will show accidents and speed cameras

Google Maps is inspired by a little more Waze, bought by the Alphabet subsidiary. We will soon find on the application of new features that will indicate both accidents and radar, but also mobile speed controls. The acquisition of Waze by Alphabet’s subsidiary has been beneficial to Google Maps . Indeed, the application takes more and more features from […]

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Robots will build other robots in the factory of china

Robots are already very capable in a production line. Soon, a factory will open and robots will assemble other robots. The Swiss engineering group ABB is one of the largest manufacturers of industrial robots in the country. Today, he has just announced a new factory project in China. At a cost of $ 150 million, this ultra modern […]

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Apple’s cheaper iPhone is not cheap

Apple is trying again in 2018 with a relatively low-priced iPhone – less expensive than the Xs models, but not cheap at just 850 euros. However, buyers also get a smartphone with very good equipment, but in some points they did not use the expensive models of the hardware. The desire for an Apple iPhone for newcomers is not […]

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Repair of the iPhone Xr is expensive

On the occasion of the launch of the iPhone Xr, Apple has published its repair prices . Fixing a display break will be more expensive than on the iPhone 8. The repair prices of the iPhone Xr have it all in: Apple has published a price list, as a result, damages are significantly more expensive than the iPhone 8. Apple takes 221.10 Euro […]

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Artificial intelligence has learned to create perfume

Nothing is impossible. Inventors have long been taught artificial intelligence to perform useful technical tasks. Recently, experts have begun to introduce neural networks to creativity. Reported Vox . Algorithms already know how to compose music, draw, write pictures. Now, researchers at European Research, IBM, are faced with a new challenge: to teach robots to create new perfume fragrances. The algorithm developed […]

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