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Apparently to avoid censor issues in China, Apple disables access to Apple News App in China for iPhone users. According to insiders, it is predicted that the strict rules regarding the online expression and media being implemented by the Chinese Government on the foreign companies are giving them a hard time. In June, the Apple News application was made available for its customers across the United States, and it was being tested for users in Australia and Britain. Apple customers, who have registered themselves for using the app...
Apple will soon start delivering KFC chicken, Starbucks lattes, and Chili’s egg rolls at your doorstep! This is a bit weird right? Well, Apple has no plans to shift from the tech side to the food business, but Apple Pay will surely come handy while ordering from KFC, Starbucks, and Chili’s Bar & Grill. Now ordering will be merely a tap away. Apple Inc. is all set to bring out its Apple Pay mobile payment app for selected Starbuck franchises by the end of the year 2015. By 2016, it has plans to reach 7,500 stores.  The mobile pay...
Reddit, the so-called Internet’s front page, will launch a new venture called UPVOTED, a news site that aggregates top stories from its community. Despite its name, there will be no way users can upvote stories on the standalone news site. The newly launched site will pull interesting content on news, sports, animals, and lifestyle issues from Reddit communities– pretty much all of the internet’s top stories – and put it on the site where users can neither vote/downvote or comment. Upvoted will be run by an editorial team of aro...
Eutelsat Communications, a French satellite operator company and the social media goliath Facebook declared earlier on Monday, that they are integrating in order to work closely on their mission to bring broadband internet via satellite in sub-Saharan Africa’s more than fourteen countries. Both the organizations revealed that they have tied a multi-year contract with Spacecom, a satellite communication company, to utilize AMOS-6 satellite’s intact payload broadband and deliver coverage to larger parts of sub-Saharan Africa. It will id...
First the US, and now it’s turn for the UK. Starbucks first began the pre- ordering system for the customers in the US to order food and drinks, but only last month the application was made available to both Android and iOS users all over the country. Meanwhile, the coffee mammoth has finally made up their mind to include the Brits, by rolling out Mobile Order & Pay from today across 150 flagship stores in London. Starbucks launched this feature for pre-ordering their items in the United States in December, ever since then it has ...
Blackphone 2? Founded by Geeksphone and Silent Circle, the Blackphone was power packed with lots of impressive technical privacy features in order to help keep customers secure and safe. It is claimed to be the world’s first ever secure by design mobile handset that offered default full device encryption. Now they have launched the Blackphone 2, its successor, which operates almost in a same but with updated and improved specifications. This runs on PrivatOS that is a Security-Conscious Android and comes preloaded with the phone, pri...
When two Russian émigré scientists, Andrei Geim, and Kostya Novoselov won their joint Nobel Prize in physics in 2010, they were applauded by the Nobel committee for their spirit of fleeting playfulness. It was one of the idiosyncrasies of the way the duo worked together. Playing with Scotch tape on a Friday afternoon might sound like a foolish thing to do, but that’s how the scientist-dyad at the University of Manchester chose to explore the electrical properties of tiny flakes of carbon graphite. It was not long before, the nutty ...
Boom! Wham! Apple hits back the tech pavilion with its opulent lineup of iOS devices. This time the tech behemoth has rolled back in the gadget streets with a high-end iPad Pro from its iPad lineup series. It has also released iPhone 6S and the Apple TV simultaneously, but there is no denial in the fact that the new iPad Pro and the Apple TV plunder the show entirely. In an event organized in San Francisco, the “Think Different” company revealed the extra large tablet- iPad Pro, with an updated version for iPad Mini 4, and l...
Is it possible that stem cells can be a root cause for common form of cancers? Well, a startup firm known as Stemcentrx believes so. Talk About Stemcentrx Silicon Valley is familiar with the private and rapidly growing imminent tech companies that are worth a million dollars mostly, like Square, Uber, and Calico. The same phenomenon is widely spreading to the biotechnology fields, where all the investors are throwing their pennies in a huge amount at firms, which promise to smack away the historically lower odds of drug success ...