Twitter gave blue tik to 6 fake accounts

Twitters verification process is said to be one of the most tough & tedious as it involves many levels of verifications & checklists. But as per the reports coming, twitter team accidently gave it’s blue badge to at least 6 fake accounts while the prime responsibility of verification is guarantying the person operating the account is genuine. Those 6 accounts are said to be a part of spam Botnet and the profiles were also using fake profile photos probably created by a software. Twitter user Conspirador Norteno, a data scientist…

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Wall Marts to deploy robots in distribution center.

The retail giant Walmart teams up with Massachusetts-based automation company Symbiotic to develop automated supply chain system that will redefine traditional distribution network. The extension of their relationship will bring 25 fully autonomous robots to wall mart distribution centers. The revolutionary step is said to be reduce the time takes to unload, sort and stock freight in Walmart stores. Joe Metzger, executive vice president of supply chain operations, Walmart U.S. explained this move as a digital transformation happening today, alongside evolving customer habits, is reshaping the retail industry. companies are…

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Download podcasts: everything you should know

The on-the-go listening podcasts are creating a buzz in the entertainment world.it is a streamable downloadable audio program. People are showing high interest in podcasts right from the time of its launch. podcasts are internet radios in simple words, so the accessibility is purely based on how good your connectivity is. A download option is also available in podcasts and here let’s check out how to download podcasts on apple podcasts and Spotify to enjoy them even when you are disconnected. Apple podcasts: Download Open apple podcasts and find the…

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Apple Watch is Watching- monitor your respiratory rate with the gadget

The tech giant apple added a feature to monitor respiratory rate of users in its watch with operating system watchOS8. The feature is beneficial for the users as it helps to diagnose medical conditions up to an extent. The watch tracks down the number of breaths per minute using in-built accelerometer and saves the result in health application. As mentioned before, the feature is compatible only with watchOS8.Apple watch series 3,4,5, SE and 6 uses the new operating system. The feature can be enabled manually from the control center or…

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A global launch to YouTube shorts: An answer to Instagram reels?

The rising popularity of short video platforms like Instagram reels, tiktok and many other platforms made google to get it’s hand on making YouTube shorts, featuring 15 second videos.it was officially launched in September 2020 by making it available to creators in India and eventually to US and UK on march 2021 and June 2021 respectively. As per the reports (The verge), YouTube shorts are available in more than 100 countries where YouTube itself is available. YouTube team believes, the extensive experience in video platform will give them the competitive…

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A revolution is about to start: Device that uses human sweat to generate power

A device that cumulate sweat from human fingertips to generate power!! Can you imagine? Our scientists and engineers have designed a next generation device that can convert the chemicals from our sweat into electrical energy. A flexible and thin strip is wraps around the fingertip like a patch to collect sweat. Since the fingers are constant producers of sweat, the device can work without any physical effort from the wearer. The device is a high absorbent of sweat which is then converted in energy from a padding of electrodes in…

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Google meet limits group video calls for free users: Everything you should know

Google meet is taking a U turn as it enforces a 60-minute limit on group video calls. Google today announced that they will now limit the time of group video calls to a maximum of 60 minutes on free accounts. The unlimited group video calling services was made available to all users last year when the pandemic hit the world. An year after, google is folding back the benefit. One on one video calls will remain unlimited. The updated guidelines of google meet mentions that free Gmail users can now…

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Twitter is giving you the space: Relief for users

Twitter introduces a much-needed feature that permits users to limit who can reply to their individual tweets. Users can select from the three options available to limit the number of replies to their tweet: everyone, People they follow, or people they mention. Starting today, users can take the advantage of this feature. Once the user limits replies for a tweet it will be labeled, and the reply icon will be grayed out. Still, people who can’t reply to individual tweets will be able to view & retweet them. Twitter says…

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Net Neutrality in joe Biden’s era: Everything you need to know

Net neutrality rules are coming back on cards since US president Joe Biden calls for it. Biden encouraged FCC to bring back net neutrality rules while asking to require broadband companies to provide pricing transparency. According to Biden’s new infrastructure plan, he aims at ensuring broadband access to every American and announced a fund of $100 Billion for the purpose. Let’s have a look on to net neutrality & it’s rules Net neutrality is a concept to treat all the data on the internet equally. the net neutrality rules restricting…

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Google Lense: Latest Update

As per the google reports, Google Lense which helps us to understand our surroundings is getting an exciting update taking over the design and even the focus of the application itself. The new google lens design turns up with the ability to analyze photos and screenshots from our phone’s gallery. this new feature is also available in the built in Lense of default camera applications. Google Lense application is very useful since it allows users to do both live preview and analysis of already saved photos.

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