Forget the self-driving car, meet the robot suitcase


Self-driving cars may take a while to arrive, but the self-driving suitcase is here now. Some of the technologies used in autonomous cars have been adapted in products unveiled at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, to help travelers with the weighty problem of dealing with baggage. The 'robot suitcase' from California-based startup Tr...
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Facebook will alret users when photos of them are uploaded


​Facebook can now alert its users when a photo that includes them is uploaded to deter. Facebook says that it's using facial recognition technology to make this new feature possible. Tech companies are putting in place a variety of functions using facial recognition technology, despite fears about how the facial data could be used. In September, Ap...
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Peshawar’s female student developed an amazing device for blind people


A Pakistani student Hafsa jamal from Peshawar has developed useful device for the blind people which helps them walk by indicating if there's any obstacle ahead. The device includes a white stick which has a navigation device attached. There is a sensor too with buzzer that goes off whenever there is an obstacle in the path  The device called ...
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Facebook improved readability

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Facebook has made improvements to increase readability on the page, these changes include: Increased colour contrast to make text more legible for users. Larger link previews so everything is easier for users to read. Updated icons and Like, Comment, and Share buttons that are larger and easier to tap. Circular profile pictures to show who's postin...
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Google’s Motion Stills finally arrives on Android

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Google finally brings GIFs, fast forwards to Android with Motion Stills, a year after launching on iOS but has a different purpose for Android. The app takes two different types of shots. The first, is the "motion still." It is just a three-second video loop which is a sort of an alternative to Live Photos. "Motion Stills on Android also comes with...
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