One study says that 47 percent of U.S. jobs could potentially be replaced by automation over the next 20 years. How's your business handling that prospect? To say that technology has changed the world in just a few short years is something of an understatement. Take the way it's affected our persona...
  • Saturday, 21 January 2017 14:43
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If you're holding your shiny new Android smartphone and are wondering how to get the most from it, then you've come to the right place. Whether this is your first smartphone, you've just hopped over from an iPhone, or you've had a number of Android handsets, we've pulled together some of the best An...
Google last year sacrificed the Nexus brand for an entirely new line of high-end smartphones. The Pixel phones became quick hits, especially following the Galaxy Note 7 disaster, even if they’re not as affordable as most Nexus phones used to be. The Pixels are also different from Nexus handse...
Don't you hate it when your phone loses its internet connection and you can't search for something on Google? Well, Google's latest Android app makes that experience a lot better. Google announced that the new version of the Google Android search app will work better for you when you are i...
  • Thursday, 19 January 2017 02:53
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Google has introduced a potentially game-changing update for its Android app that provides offline features for its search results.  Searches made while offline will now be saved and automatically run as soon as the the device gets an internet connection again.  This is particularly useful...
My Top Pick for speculative investors for 2017 is the company that operates the most popular Internet search engine in the largest Internet market in the world, explains global expert Paul Goodwin, editor of Cabot Emerging Markets Investor. Baidu (BIDU) is the choice of most of the ne...
Search and big data analytics have evolved significantly over the last few years, and organizations are increasingly using these technologies to meet their mission-critical needs. At the beginning of 2016, we were talking a lot about machine learning and semantic search and how they would be key de...
  • Wednesday, 18 January 2017 00:06
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Airbus is not kidding around about flying cars – the maker of airborne transportation vehicles plans to test out a prototype self-flying small urban transport made for single-passenger travel by the end of this year, according to Airbus CEO Tom Enders (via Reuters). Airbus has been developing...
In this century, there’s too much competitions among tech firms around the world. Tech-companies coming up with innovative ideas every single day, enhancing their product; smartphones, laptops, gaming console, and forth, to the fullest. This brings or accumulates the companies customer base, and h...
Need to find someone’s phone number? Or better yet, background information? CheckThem is a super simple effective tool to get that information. It was not long ago that you could find most people in the phone book. However, with the advent of the internet and more people using cell phones and smar...
You might not have heard about it, but there’s been a huge amount of backlash over the new MacBook Pros that Apple announced in October. Most laptop users greeted the slick new hardware as they have with most computer upgrades, which is to say they took it in stride. ...
With millions of apps in the Play Store, searching for the best Android apps is daunting. Whether you need a great weather app or a new browser, there are always dozens available. Here at AndroidPIT, we’ve spent hours curating the top Android apps for every purpose, and c...
Job hunting has changed a lot in recent years. Thanks to mobile apps available across a variety of smart devices, you can take your job search on the go, and apply to positions any time, anywhere. If you're looking to make a career change in the new year, here are 15 free apps to help you find ...
Thanks to Siri and, more recently, Amazon Alexa, most people are familiar with AI-powered personal assistants, yet few utilize them. That’s unfortunate, as AI personal assistants can perform many actions that save you time, including getting quotes for rides, sending messages, checking the weather...
Web browsers of today are basically from the last millennium, a time when the web was full of documents and pages," says Krystian Kolondra, Head of Opera browser. "With the Opera Neon project, we want show people our vision for the future of the web.Since it's inception twenty years ago, the interne...
Call extensions will automatically pull phone numbers featured on landing pages. January 10, 5:35pm ET: This article has been update with more information about automatic call extensions. In the second update in a week on how phone numbers display in ads, Google has begun alerting some advertis...
Min is a Web browser with a minimal design that provides speedy operation with simple features. When it comes to software design, "minimal" does not mean low functionality or undeveloped potential. If you like minimal distraction tools for your text editor and note-taking applications, that same com...
(1888PressRelease) January 10, 2017 – A new private browser is disrupting the Android market. Tenta, a mobile browser with Virtual Private Network (VPN) capabilities, is redefining privacy and security on the web. At a time when many people around the world are facing restricted web acce...
Herndon, Virginia (PRWEB) January 11, 2017 Search Technologies, the leading IT services firm specializing in the design and implementation of enterprise search and big data analytics applications, has recently launched the Search Technologies Enterprise Search Stack (ST Search Stack) as a cost-effe...
With the advancement of technology, we have become more connected with each other. Yet the current estimates say only 40 percent of the global population is connected to the Internet. That is why more and more innovations are being created to bring the Internet even to the places which are very diff...
  • Thursday, 12 January 2017 00:21
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FILE- In this Jan. 9, 2007, file photo, Apple CEO Steve Jobs holds up an iPhone at the MacWorld Conference in San Francisco. Jobs introduced the first iPhone a decade ago. Jobs' "magical product" reshaped culture, shook up industries and made it seem possible to do just about anything with a few ta...
Are you one of those people who get lost in walk-in closets? Do you build in extra travel time to account for getting lost? Is your sense of direction like a weather vane spinning in strong winds? For the directionally challenged, getting from Point A to Point B can be a frustrating, time-wasting o...
Reports suggest that Apple will be introducing a brand new 10.5-inch screen size Apple is expected to launch three new iPads this year, including a 'bezel-free' model. It will also release a second-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro, along with a more affordable 9.7-inch model, according t...
  • Tuesday, 10 January 2017 00:32
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This month we look at open source threat intelligence. That does not mean that we are looking at open source products, though. Threat intelligence can be open or closed source. Open source refers to intelligence that is available publicly. Closed source usually means intelligence in which there is s...
Here is a quick rundown of some of the new features contained in the latest iOS 10.2 update that you might have missed. While most of these features should be available on all devices that support iOS 10, some will only be available on newer devices. ALLOW SELECTED CONTACTS TO BYPASS DO NOT DISTURB&...

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