Earlier this month, Xiaomi expanded its smart home portfolio in India with the launch of a robotic floor vacuum cleaner. The device is called as Mi Robot Vacuum Mop-P. It was originally launched in China as a smart robot vacuum…
Last month, the government of India had hiked the rate of GST on smartphones 18 percent from 12 percent. Now the new rate has come into effect from April 1st making smartphones more expensive than before. Almost every manufacturer including…
At an online-only event held earlier this week, Huawei unveiled its flagship P40 series. The lineup consists of three smartphones namely the standard P40, P40 Pro and P40 Pro+. The P40 series arrives as the successor to last year’s P30.…
The coronavirus pandemic is wreaking havoc across the globe at the moment. Social media platforms are battling with the spread of misinformation. Moreover, the Indian government has imposed a 21-day
The VGAzer Magnetic Levitating Floating Wireless LED Light Bulb Desk Lamp “no need cables.”
Here’s a gadget that I just know will make Gadget Daddy’s Best Gadgets and Computer Items of 2020. Since I’m the one that makes that call, I’m certain of it.
A few months ago, I saw an advertisement for the Harry Potter Levitating Golden Snitch Sculpture. The sculpture consisted of a winged golden ball that floated about an inch above a platform that glowed with a blue light. It also slowly rotated while floating in space.
“Strong demand is expected … for this collectible sculpture.” Collectible? Maybe. Such items get collected — only to be disposed of years later at garage sales for pennies on the dollar. The cost to acquire this one? $199.95. Also add $23 for shipping and another $14 sales tax for an all-in of approximately $237.
Apr. 16, 2020 Saliva could be used instead of blood to monitor diabetes in a new … read more
ESO Telescope Sees Star Dance Around Supermassive Black Hole, Proves Einstein Right
Apr. 16, 2020 Observations made with ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) have revealed for the first time that a star orbiting the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way moves just as predicted … read more
Apr. 16, 2020 Researchers have used a new geochemical tool to shed light on the origin of nitrogen and other volatile elements on Earth, which may also prove useful as a way to monitor the activity of … read more
Low-Cost Imaging System Poised to Provide Automatic Mosquito Tracking
Apr. 15, 2020 Mosquito-transmitted diseases such as malaria, dengue and yellow fever are responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths every
The 2010s, among other things, were characterized by the rapid rise of “Big Tech,” which brought Wall Street its first trillion-dollar empires. Entering 2020, the five most valuable companies traded on U.S. exchanges were all tech stocks. The specter of antitrust regulation is real, but the idea that regulation will bring Silicon Valley to its knees is a fantasy. In another 10 years, technology will play an even larger role in everyday life and markets than it does today, so investors may as well come along for the ride. Without further ado, here are 10 of the best tech stocks to buy for 2020 – and how those picks have fared in a market marred by volatility.
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Microsoft Corp. (ticker: MSFT)
One of the first trillion-dollar companies on earth, Microsoft
Popular weather app and data-collection service Dark Sky has been acquired by Apple for an undisclosed sum, a blog post from the Dark Sky team announced. The post claims that Dark Sky will now “reach far more people, with far more impact, than we ever could alone.”
The iOS app will not see any changes “at this time,” and it will continue to be listed on the App Store. Android and Wear OS are a different story, though. The Android app will no longer be available for download, and “service to existing users and subscribers will continue until July 1, 2020,
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Motor manufacturer, Kia, have today released a report detailing two pieces of customer research in November 2019 and January 2020, speaking to 3000 UK residents between 16 and 60 about their views on moving to Electric from Petrol or Diesel cars.
The research revealed that almost half of those interviewed admitted to over-exaggerating their green credentials to family and friends on subjects such as going ‘plastic-free’ and adopting zero-emission vehicles.
It transpired that 65% of parents make green decisions after pressure from their children, with 46% of parents saying they felt pressured by them to go green.
However, only 60% of Brits say they are ready to make the move to fully electric cars.