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Big announcements from Apple on March 25th

Big announcements from Apple on March 25th

The much-rumored TV streaming service from Apple will be finally announced on March 25th, Apple has confirmed. The software giant confirmed about holding an event on March 25th where it’ll annou... Read more

Anduril Industries may have owned Project Maven since long

Anduril Industries may have owned Project Maven since long

Anduril Industries, founded by Palmer Luckey – a young and outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump, has won a contract on the Pentagon’s controversial AI program, Project Maven. The ... Read more

Foursquare wants to know if Hypertrending is ‘cool' or ‘creepy'

Foursquare wants to know if Hypertrending is ‘cool' or ‘creepy'

Foursquare announced a new in-app feature, called Hypertrending, to see how popular places are through. This feature is currently available only in Austin, Texas until March 21st. Hypertrending is a t... Read more

Pattern Recognition Software helps cops to solve crime

Pattern Recognition Software helps cops to solve crime

New software called Patternizr is being used by the New York City police to help them search through the endless number of case files. Developed by the department itself, the software is a boon to ana... Read more

New Microsoft Windows styled like Chrome OS for dual screens

New Microsoft Windows styled like Chrome OS for dual screens

Dual screened devices are raging and Microsoft is going beyond to make a lightweight version of Windows, especially for these screens. The software giant is bringing out a lighter version, codenamed a... Read more

Presto gathers $30 million to build “restaurants of the future”

Presto gathers $30 million to build “restaurants of the future”

Presto, a California-based leading enterprise front-office software platform for the hospitality industry, announced that it has gathered $30M in growth funding. The funding round led by Recruit Holdi... Read more

Nadella reiterates on Microsoft's responsibility to help the Army

Nadella reiterates on Microsoft's responsibility to help the Army

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella defended the nearly half-a-billion U.S. Military contract and said that the company won’t stop the work on bringing the HoloLens augmented reality tech to the Army. &... Read more