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You can take your car for a ride effortlessly, all because of Google's new Android in the Car innovation

You can take your car for a ride effortlessly, all because of Google's new Android in the Car innovation

Google has all your queries ready at hand answers through your smart devices, and now it has attempted to indulge its technology in automobiles. Sounds interesting, isn’t it? At I/O 2017, Googl... Read more

AMD is ready to end NVIDIA's reign with new line of GPU's and APU

AMD is ready to end NVIDIA's reign with new line of GPU's and APU

Have you been wondering what AMD has been up to? Well the rumor mills have. The tech community has been abuzz with rumors of AMD's new Vega architecture, the successor of Polaris which powers its pres... Read more

Move over Siri! Google is here

Move over Siri! Google is here

Google is reportedly planning to launch its Google Assistant iOS app this week, according to Android Police. The annual Google I/O conference takes place Wednesday throu... Read more

Lyft fills its missing link; launches standalone app for drivers

Lyft fills its missing link; launches standalone app for drivers

Lyft has been going from strength to strength recently closing in the gap between them and Uber which seemed pretty wide not too long ago. The ride hailing company, considered America's no.2 and the b... Read more

Zenimax sues Samsung over Gear VR

Zenimax sues Samsung over Gear VR

ZeniMax media the parent company of the gaming studio that created games like Elder Scrolls and Fallout has filed a lawsuit against Samsung over its Gear VR. The Company which just won a lawsuit again... Read more

Waymo teams up with Lyft amid Uber uproar

Waymo teams up with Lyft amid Uber uproar

Lift hailing app, Lyft has forged a new partnership with autonomous vehicle developers Waymo. The Alphabet Inc., owned company has confirmed the deal. The New York Times was the first to report the ne... Read more

SHA-1 certificates are finally obsolete

SHA-1 certificates are finally obsolete

Microsoft has announced that it is finally banning use of SHA-1 certificates in Microsoft Edge and Internet explorer. The browsers will flag websites as unsafe if they use SSL/TLS certificates signed ... Read more