Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms today. With over 800 million users it offers a fun and exciting way for users to explore their creative side through photos and videos. Additionally, it provides an excellent platform for sharing material with the people who follow you.
The feeling is all too common. You’re out shopping for a brand new cell phone, and you just don’t know which one to purchase and carry home. If you’re an iPhone or Apple fan, you’ve probably been getting that itch to get a new phone and you’re facing the feeling of confusion about which phone to get.
With Uber’s Travis Kalanick’s resignation a while back and the hiring of ex-Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, many people would deem the issue of who is Uber boss to be over. News in business and tech gets stale fast and people’s reading retention rates drop like stones.
You have a story to tell. You realise you need a website. You go to an accredited ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) name registrar to get yourself cool domain name like story.com and you find out that not only is the name taken, but it’s used by a person that hasn’t updated their site since their first post. You silently curse.
Let’s face it, the future is here. With Apple’s FaceID technology, it’s become all about the camera. Apple’s closely-guarded technology projects 30 thousand individual dots onto your face, making it otherwise impossible for anyone else to unlock your phone (the odds of someone with the exact same 30 thousand points as you is an extremely remote mathematical possibility). So what does this mean for security using facial recognition?
For a company that started as nothing more than an online bookstore, Amazon has grown into a behemoth that can provide almost anything you might need. Their newest foray into offering everything under the sun is a service called Amazon Key. A very new and unique offering, many are quite excited about the idea. The question is, should you be?
Three Microsoft researchers claim that they were sometimes capable of predicting whether individuals had pancreatic cancer by following their search history. They examined tons of millions of anonymised searches on Bing to discover questions suggestive of diagnosis
The Einstein Vision artificial intelligence system has a massive image library that includes more than two million brand logos. This allows Einstein Vision for Social Studio to find and track brand and product related postings that don’t mention the brand by name in a description or written text, something current social media monitoring tools can't capture.
Microsoft’s Outlook.com is considered to be the oldest and most popular webmail service, but it has been facing many challenges in the industry. However with the new beta program, users will enjoy faster access to emails and more personalised features.