Archives by: Ariel Augustine

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Internet
Facebook is launching a UK programme to train and fund local organizations to combat extremist material online, as Internet companies attempt to clamp down on hate speech and ...
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Internet
For many, it’s been a years-long pipe dream: Ultra-fast, lag-free Internet that comes to your PC or smartphone via satellite instead of a wire into your home. Facebook, Google and even SpaceX have ...
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Internet
Alphabet’s Google will press US lawmakers on Thursday to update laws on how governments access customer data stored on servers located in other countries, hoping to address a mounting concern ...
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Internet
Web design plays an essential part for any business that desires to pick up a bigger worldwide market, and ideally acquire imminent leads. While enlisting an expert web ...
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Computers
Apple was the largest vendor in 2016 with over $218 billion (roughly Rs. 14,05,658 crores) in IT revenue – approximately $79 billion larger than Samsung (with $139 billion or roughly Rs. ...
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Property
Pune is the second largest city of Indian state Maharashtra and the ninth most populated city in the country. Called Poona in the British rule, the city is ...
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Automobiles
The launch of the upcoming Jaguar I-Pace will be interesting. Automakers usually avoid introducing a new vehicle on a new architecture powered by a new drivetrain. And there’s another twist ...
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Automobiles
Driver Max Verstappen says he is worried not only about Red Bull’s performance in Formula 1 this year — he’s uncertain about 2018, too. Verstappen is under contract for next year, but ...
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Health
If you’ve just completed a holistic addiction treatment in Port St Lucie, then you’re probably feeling a mixture of emotions. Completing an alcohol rehabilitation program can be a ...
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Travel
Getting to that destination of choice by flight always seems like an easy adventure until you’re faced with the inevitable heavy costs. Like stock prices, airfare prices often ...
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