Facebook will give 5,000 scholarships to study privacy in artificial intelligence

The most widely used social network in the world, Facebook, announced on Wednesday a program that will give 5,000 people scholarships to study on how to use artificial intelligence systems respecting the privacy of user data and ensuring security. During the F8 developer conference that the firm celebrates these days in San Jose (California), the… Continue reading Facebook will give 5,000 scholarships to study privacy in artificial intelligence

This is how the amazing augmented reality feature of Google Maps works on Pixel 3a

On May 7 Google announced several developments in its I / O 2019 developer conference. In the event, in addition to presenting the new Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL, they showed many of the news that will come related to augmented reality. Google Maps is one of the applications that already have these new… Continue reading This is how the amazing augmented reality feature of Google Maps works on Pixel 3a

Privacy and Search Updates from 2019 Google IO Summit

Google IO event shortlisted issues and discussed them in detail. One of the main agendas that were brought to limelight was related to “Security and Privacy”. In the presentation which happened on the 7th of May 2019, Google’s Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai took nearly two hours to discuss Google Assistant, search on Google, and… Continue reading Privacy and Search Updates from 2019 Google IO Summit

New model quickly calculates the best location for solar panels in the city

Do you want solar panels on your roof or office building? Good idea! But where do you put them so that their energy yield is maximized? Certainly, in a city full of shadow from other buildings and trees, that is a complex question. Delft researchers now have a new way to determine the optimum location… Continue reading New model quickly calculates the best location for solar panels in the city

WhatsApp can now be used on a phone without a touch screen

All those who demanded to use an ‘old’ mobile phone that, in addition, allowed to have some app like WhatsApp are in luck. It is already possible to use the famous instant messaging application in a terminal of that type in Spain. It is the Nokia 8110 4G, which does not have a touch screen,… Continue reading WhatsApp can now be used on a phone without a touch screen

Huawei already has its own operating system prepared in case the US continues to block its products

The Chinese telephone company Huawei has broken all relations with the United States denouncing the government for preventing the sale of its devices and services in the North American country. Such has been the dispute that Huawei is already working on a plan B to completely disengage from all US companies if necessary, as reported… Continue reading Huawei already has its own operating system prepared in case the US continues to block its products

Twitter already allows to include images and videos in the retweets

A Twitter logo is seen on a computer screen on November 20, 2017. (Photo by Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Renew or die … or how to keep users happy so they can stay with you. This is what is repeated insistently Twitter this 2019. If just two weeks ago changed its interface (and gave us the option to choose the previous one if we did not like), now brings changes in the retweets to… Continue reading Twitter already allows to include images and videos in the retweets

Goodbye to WhatsApp on Windows Phone: will stop supporting on December 31

The WhatsApp messaging application will no longer support the Windows Phone mobile operating system in all its versions on December 31, and the company has stopped developing for this system so some of its features may stop working “at any time “ This is what WhatsApp has expressed through an update on its support page,… Continue reading Goodbye to WhatsApp on Windows Phone: will stop supporting on December 31

Hackers steal 7,000 bitcoins valued at 41 million dollars from the Binance platform

A group of hackers has stolen 7,000 bitcoins valued at 41 million dollars from Binance, one of the largest virtual currency exchange sites in the world. The company itself has been the one that recognized this morning the theft of virtual currency, which comes at a time when there have been several robberies of this kind… Continue reading Hackers steal 7,000 bitcoins valued at 41 million dollars from the Binance platform

Uber drivers confess what they really think of their passengers

We are in the age of applications, in which we all qualify ourselves, whether with likes or stars. However, this does not tell us much. Such is the case of Uber drivers. Just as users demand impeccable service, drivers also want passengers to have certain considerations with them. With Business Insider research, we share what Uber drivers really think of their passengers and would like… Continue reading Uber drivers confess what they really think of their passengers