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  1. go to official page of TWRP recovery by clicking on this link https://twrp.mec/ to download twrp recovery according to your device and model name. if in list of device name your device name not show than you need to download from other third party website. Now, copy this .img file which you just downloaded and paste it in folder of your computer and rename it to twrp.img.
  2. Here are the five biggest tech disappointments of 2020 With the year drawing to a close, it's a good time to view the year in tech in retrospective. While we had some truly amazing technology grace our lives this year - and you can have a look at some of it here -, 2020 also had its fair share of disappointing tech products, services, and happenings in general. In this piece, we'll look at five of the biggest tech disappointments of 2020. Note that this is very much dependent upon personal preferences so you obviously may not feel as strongly about
  3. Here are the five coolest tech innovations of 2020 As we inch ever closer to the end of the year, it's always fun to look back at the cool things that happened in the past 12 months. Sure, this year may have had more than its fair share of negative moments, but in the technology world, things kept moving and we saw a lot of cool products make it to the market. In this article, we're taking a look at the five coolest innovations in technology that we saw this year. Before we start, let us clarify that the coolest innovations aren't necessarily the
  4. Software engineers, CEOs and venture capitalists have chosen to jump from the Bay Area to places such as Denver, Miami and Austin, Texas. Some San Francisco residents are fine with it. People behind an "Eviction Free San Francisco" banner block an Apple bus as a Google bus passes on Valencia Street SAN FRANCISCO — When Chirag Bhakta saw a headline recently that said tech workers were fleeing San Francisco, he had a quick reaction: "Good riddance." Bhakta, a San Francisco native and tenant organizer for affordable housing nonprofit Mission Housing, is w
  5. If artificial intelligence will destroy humanity, it probably won’t be through killer robots and the incarnation—it will be through a thousand paper cuts. In the shadow of the immense benefits of advances in technology, the dark effects of AI algorithms are slowly creeping into different aspects of our lives, causing divide, unintentionally marginalizing groups of people, stealing our attention, and widening the gap between the wealthy and the poor. While we’re already seeing and discussing many of the negative aspects of AI, not enough is being done to address them. A
  6. The year 2018 saw several tech companies working hard and delivering some of the best biometric authentication tech on devices. Until now we have seen iris scanner, face scanners and optical fingerprint scanners securing content on devices. However, there’s a new biometric tech that is hardly used anywhere – vein authentication. And this too has been hacked. For those unaware, ‘vein authentication’ tech recognises the placement of user's vein under the skin. It also scans the shape and size of the vein under the user’s skin. But then hackers have found a way to bypass this tech as well by s
  7. Naspers announced a $100 million Naspers Foundry fund to support South African tech startups. This is part of a $300 million (1.4 billion rand) commitment by the South African media and investment company to support South Africa’s tech sector overall. Naspers Foundry will launch in 2019. The initiatives lend more weight to Naspers’ venture activities in Africa as the company has received greater attention for investments off the continent (namely Europe, India and China). “Naspers Foundry will help talented and ambitious South African technology entrepreneurs to d
  8. Fuchsia may hold the key to the future of Android, Chrome, and everything in between Photo:" Android and Chrome chief Hiroshi Lockheimer speaking at a live recording of The Vergecast at Google I/O 2019 in Mountain View, California. Google Fuchsia remains shrouded in mystery, but the company is slowly beginning to open up about the next-generation operating system, what its purpose is, and what devices it might power. At Google’s I/O developer conference this past week, Android and Chrome chief Hiroshi Lockheimer offered some rare insight into Fuchsia, albeit at a
  9. In my previous post I talked about why consent matters when it comes to privacy; and yet, privacy is only one of the areas where tech companies take advantage of users without their consent. Recently, tech companies have come to a troubling consensus: that they can change your computer, remotely (and often silently) without your knowledge or permission. Some examples of this include: Apple silently disabling a 3rd-party service on Macs because of a security vulnerability even though a patch was already available Apple blocking Facebook and Google from run
  10. But who knows when that will happen On Wednesday, the Federal Trade Commission settled an investigation into the Google-owned video platform YouTube, resulting in the largest fine ever weighed on a tech company for violating children’s privacy law. But the $170 million in penalties and new restrictions over children’s data, critics argue, do little to incentivize the company to change its behavior. Over the past few months, the FTC has settled a handful of prominent cases in which companies like Facebook, Equifax, and YouTube have mishandled the data of the
  11. Including some members of Fossil’s R&D group Google and watchmaker Fossil Group today announced an agreement for the search giant to acquire some of Fossil’s smartwatch technology and members of the research and development division responsible for creating it. The deal is worth roughly $40 million, and under the current terms Fossil will transfer a “portion” of its R&D team, the portion directly responsible for the intellectual property being sold, over to Google. As a result, Google will now have a dedicated team with hardware experience working internally on
  12. The platform was built on the backs of independent creators, but now YouTube is abandoning them for more traditional content Danny Philippou is mad. He’s practically standing on top of his chair as his twin brother and fellow YouTube creator Michael stares on in amusement. Logan Paul, perhaps YouTube’s most notorious character, laughs on the other side of the desk that they’re all sitting around for an episode of his popular podcast Impaulsive. Anyone who’s watched the Philippous’ channel, RackaRacka, won’t be surprised by Danny’s antics. This is how he get
  13. Hello everyone, Would you guys be interested in contributing technology related write-ups for an upcoming 'Information technology' portal? We have the best name in the world for it, i.e. informationtechnology.com Thank You.
  14. Too much time discussing whether robots can take your job; not enough time discussing what happens next Are we focusing too much on analyzing exactly how many jobs could be destroyed by the coming wave of automation, and not enough on how to actually fix the problem? That’s one conclusion in a new paper on the potential effects of robotics and AI on global labor markets from US think tank, the Center for Global Development (CGD). The paper’s authors, Lukas Schlogl and Andy Sumner, say it’s impossible to know exactly how many jobs will be destroyed or disrup
  15. Hi Guyz, Just Got PES 2014. Am having issues with play this game because of this Any idea how I can increase it?
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