Month: December 2019

A US-based doctor has filed a lawsuit against Apple, alleging that the Cupertino-based iPhone maker is “wilfully violating his patent surrounding the technology used in Apple Watch to detect atrial fibrillation (AFib)”. According to New York University cardiologist Dr. Joseph Wiesel, he was originally awarded the patent for “method of and apparatus for detecting atrial
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Increased security at US airports has people worried about the security of their mobile devices. But can the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) take and search your phone? Let’s explore if airport security can search your phone, and what to expect if they can. Don’t Fear the TSA—Fear the CPB First, let’s talk about who might be
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Like most teen years, the past decade in technology started out someplace relatively innocent before growing moody, dark and disillusioned. In 2010, we were excited about new iPhones and finding old friends on Facebook, not fretting about our digital privacy or social media’s threat to democracy. Now we are wondering how to rein in the
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Back in April, Acer refreshed its gaming portfolio of laptops and also introduced a few new models. One of them was the Nitro 7, a new series in the Nitro gaming laptop family, designed to offer a more premium experience compared to the Nitro 5, for the casual gaming crowd. This new model features a
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From bulletproof clothing enabling transmission and reception of electronic signals to production of liquid hydrocarbons from plastic waste, the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi on Thursday said it filed 150 patents in 2019, the highest ever in a year. “Both national and international patents have been filed by Foundation for Innovation and Technology Transfer (FITT),
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If the 2000s was the decade where modern technology really started showing its usefulness to the regular consumers, it won’t be an exaggeration to say that the 2010s can be described as the one where technology not just turned omnipresent, but the consumers really became dependent on it. It is not that all the interesting
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WhatsApp was earlier spotted to be working on a new ‘Delete Messages’ feature that will essentially self-destroy chats after a specified time. This new feature was first seen in development on Android, and now it has been spotted on iOS as well. Interestingly, WhatsApp seems to have changed the course on the “Delete Messages” feature
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Discoveries and innovations aren’t new in the world of technology. But in the past decade — particularly between 2010 and 2019, we’ve seen an enormous number of technological reforms that have changed the way we live today. Developments such as artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) have emerged from merely being some laboratory
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