WhatsApp Business App

WhatsApp Introducing new Business App for small businesses

WhatsApp has introduced a special business app designed for use by specifically small businesses to more easily connect with customers. WhatsApp Business adds key features such as details like business email address, business information, store addresses, and website dedicated business profiles; smart messaging tools like greetings, quick replies, and away messages; and metrics for how […]

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GoPro Fusion Camera

GoPro’s Fusion camera is now compatible with a few Android phones

GoPro’s ability to capture the experience with its 360-degree Fusion camera will rely on its marriage of hardware and software capabilities, and now the end is getting a boost. The update for the Android application of the company allows some phones (listed below) to connect to the camera and share 360-degree stills or video clips. […]

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RealSense depth cameras

Intel’s New RealSense Depth Cameras adding 3D vision to any machine

Intel has released 2 ready-to-use RealSense depth cameras, D415, and D435. Which can add 3D capabilities to any device or machine. In the both come in a USB-powered form factor and are capable of processing depth in real-time. Gratitude to the chipmaker’s new RealSense vision processor D4. The models work in any lighting environments indoors […]

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Facebook Live videos

Facebook adds new features, “Watch Party” live videos to group of people

Facebook says its Live videos are wildly successful and generate around 6 times the interaction other videos do. That’s why it has tested a new feature that adds the elements that are responsible for making Live a more engaging, interactive experience for Live videos on the platform. From today, selective Groups will have access to […]

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Cloud AutoML

Google Cloud AutoML Tool Lets you train AI Without Having To Code

In many ways, the greatest challenge in expanding the adoption of AI is not making it better. It is making the tech accessible to more companies. You usually need at least some of the programming to train a machine learning system. This imposes the rules for companies that cannot justify a data scientist for a […]

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Samsung Olympics

Samsung’s designed a limited edition Galaxy Note 8 for 2018 Winter Olympics

Samsung has unveiled a fresh-looking Galaxy Note 8 that you can not get in your hands. The Korean conglomerate has designed a limited edition version of its new large phone exclusively for 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics participants. It is fitted with a shining white back glass to represent snow and wintertime. And It is adorned […]

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HTC U11 Eyes

HTC’s unveils new U11 Eyes’ dual cameras bring bokeh to your selfie

HTC has introduced its new U11 Eyes phone, which has dual front-facing cameras feature. That the company says it’s designed for taking selfies. The 2 front-facing 5-megapixel cameras have HDR boost, a bokeh mode which adjusts the depth-of-field in photos (in real-time or after the photograph is taken). And a beauty mode that HTC promises […]

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Visa will make signatures optional for EMV Merchants in North America

It has been a month since American Express and Mastercard decided to stop asking signs for EMV chip credit cards. Now Visa joins their ranks, making signs optional for chipped transactions in North America. Beginning April this year, you do not have to sign to EMV transactions. “Visa is committed to delivering secure, fast and […]

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Google Duo

Google’s Duo Call and Allo chats improved, You to contact who don’t have the App

The “Duo” is Google’s video calling app, and it seems like the technology giant wants to spread the word about it. As for Android Police, Google Duo users can now call people who do not own the app installed and who have not registered with the service. It works like any other Google Duo communication, […]

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