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Doctor claims Apple is using his patented heart monitoring technology

Doctor claims Apple is using his patented heart monitoring technology

Dr. Joseph Wiesel, who is a New York University cardiologist, is claiming that the heartbeat-monitoring technology used in the Apple Watch is his patented technology and is suing Apple for using it. Wiesel says that he invented... 
Google’s Chrome 79 update roll out resumed for Android after data bug is fixed

Google’s Chrome 79 update roll out resumed for Android after data bug is fixed

Users with Android devices can now update their Chrome bowser with Chrome 79 without worrying if their other applications will be affected. The Chrome roll-out for Google’s platform was put on hold when users who use the WebView... 
Google Chrome 79 update paused and millions of users warned about data wipe out

Google Chrome 79 update paused and millions of users warned about data wipe out

One of Google’s most appealing features has been its reliability to roll out seamless updates – until now. Google’s Chrome 79, its latest update, began to automatically go out to hundreds of millions of users yesterday... 
Self-driving cars are being taught to watch for unpredictable human drivers

Self-driving cars are being taught to watch for unpredictable human drivers

At least there is an attempt being made to teach self-driving, robot driven vehicles to try to predict the driving behaviors of human drivers. This of course is a great challenge, but researchers at MIT’s Computer Science... 
UPS is quietly using self-driving trucks to deliver packages in Arizona

UPS is quietly using self-driving trucks to deliver packages in Arizona

United Parcel Service (UPS) announced on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019 that it has been using TuSimple, a self-driving truck start-up company, to deliver packages in Arizona for several months now. According to the announcement,... 
Verizon’s future in 5G and the ever changing landscape in telecommunications

Verizon’s future in 5G and the ever changing landscape in telecommunications

Verizon released its second quarter earnings on Thursday, August 1, 2019. Its CEO Hans Vestberg gave an assessment with the release as to the company’s plan’s for the expansion of its 5G infrastructure in the US. Vestberg... 
Electronic Arts to launch EA Access service for Playstation 4 in July

Electronic Arts to launch EA Access service for Playstation 4 in July

According to The Verge and Gamespot, Electronic Arts (EA) will be launching its EA Access subscription service for video games next month on July 24 for Sony’s Playstation 4. As most gamers know, EA Access has been available... 
No more cheating with voice activated Monopoly banker!

No more cheating with voice activated Monopoly banker!

Unlike Monopoly’s Cheaters edition, favoring cheating styles that came out last year, this year’s new Monopoly version is just the opposite. Cheaters beware! Monopoly has developed a new edition of its famous game adding... 
Facebook’s data gathering solution: paying you for your data

Facebook’s data gathering solution: paying you for your data

With all the turmoil over the last two years over data information breaching of its customers, Facebook has come up with its own solution by creating an app called the ‘Study.’  This app will provide research... 
Top Gamers in the video games industry can earn $15,000/hour and more

Top Gamers in the video games industry can earn $15,000/hour and more

10 years ago millennials played video games for hours as a hobby.  But a few of them took their hobby to a higher level and eventually their hobby developed into a money making business and a very lucrative business at that.  Some... 
Apple has been granted the patent for a foldable display cellphone

Apple has been granted the patent for a foldable display cellphone

On Tuesday, May 28, 2019, Apple received the patent for a foldable display screen which could be used for their iPhones and other devices. The patent, given by the US Patent and Trademark Office, gives the description of an... 
USPS Partners with TuSimple to Test Self-Driving Trucks

USPS Partners with TuSimple to Test Self-Driving Trucks

The United States Postal Service has begun a new pilot program to test the efficiency and safety of self-driving trucks.  Partnering with San Diego-based startup TuSimple, the USPS facilities in Phoenix and Dallas will be...