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How to Use Gamification to Improve User Engagement?

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No matter how good your mobile application is, it will not help your business to thrive without getting higher user engagement. Your app should have a valid reason to prompt users to engage with it and encourage them to stay access to it for a long time. You should keep eyes on users to find out what interests them more to stay on mobile applications.  Gamification nowadays emerged as the […]

Tonor rescues online meetings and podcasts with their TC-777 microphone

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In the current world, everything is virtual, and it’s our new way of life. The requires us getting up to speed with our tech accessories, importantly a microphone. Let me introduce you to the TC-777 from Tonor. The TONOR TC-777 is best described as the best choice for an entry-level desktop mic. With a high cost-performance, and complete accessories, its what you’ve been waiting for. The ideal person for this […]

World’s First Robot Restaurant Complex, where the robots cook for you.

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Just this week, the first robot restaurant complex at Shunde, a city in China’s Guangdong province. (Yeah, we’ve started planning our next trip..) Built by a subsidiary of Country Garden, Qianxi, the incredible robo-restaurant army is powered by the latest in advanced technologies to deliver meals in seconds. But wait until you see how cute they look! Handled by a group of more than 20 in-house robot chefs, meals are […]

No, Apple and Google didn’t secretly install a COVID-19 tracker on your phone

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It’s not new information that it is very easy to distribute misinformation on Facebook – and often it’s because someone tries to connect the dots on two separate pieces of information and thinks “oh my god, there must be something suspicious going on” when there isn’t. Add this one to your list of things you shouldn’t trust on Facebook. So, did you know that when everyone was having ‘phone disruptions’ […]

Solid Work On Home Applications for iPhone and Android

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Office-based professionals have two kinds: One who opts to work on-site, regardless of the difficulties of the commuting, wardrobe, and set hours because working with colleagues in person could not be replicated. The other professional opts to work from home, steering clear of commuting, choosing to work in solitude, or with the company of nonhuman co-workers.  See Also: Australia To Become 5G World Leader Whatever type of office professional you […]

SnapChat filters add AI Voice Search support with new “Voice Scan”

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On Thursday we experienced the Snap Partner Summit, the company announced a range of new capabilities, one of these being Voice Scan. Now, Snapchat users can speak voice commands to search for lenses that change their appearance or the environment around them. The feature comes through a partnership with the company SoundHound, which is providing the voice A.I. technology. SoundHound is powering Mercedes-Benz, Pandora, Kia, Honda, Hyundai, Motorola, and many […]

How to Keep your employees safe by investing in a Touchless Visitor Management System?

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Humanity, today is in the middle of one big crisis. Believed to have started from the fish market of Wuhan, COVID-19 has spread its wings to all parts of the world, right to Europe, Asia to America. Till date, there is no preventive vaccine and cure for the Coronavirus, and the only way to save ourselves is following the norms of social distancing. As governments worldwide easing the measures of […]

LinkedIn CEO apologises for employees ‘appalling’ comments during their virtual town hall

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LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky was only days into his new role when he apologised for his staff who made “appalling” comments during LinkedIn’s virtual town hall of over 9000 employees from across the world, which is something you would expect on a local Facebook group comment section. The Microsoft-owned company hosted a virtual town hall meeting on Wednesday to talk about George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis and the racial inequalities […]

Microsoft Sued for Trademark Infringement by Azure Knowledge Corporation

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Microsoft has been sued for trademark infringement and for passing off for the trademark ‘Azure’ by Azure Knowledge Corporation, or “Azure,” a leading IT Company who has worked with companies such as Bloomberg, Vodaphone, and Deutsche Bank. Azure Knowledge Corporation a leading market research solutions and global data collection provider, is headquartered in New Jersey USA, but the infringement is being filed in India. Azure Knowledge Corporation has stated that Microsoft deliberately used […]

Apple and Google release update with COVID-19 Exposure API for contact tracing

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Governments and health authorities across the world are working together to create and implement viable solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic. During April we saw Apple and Google join forces to develop a solution using Bluetooth to help governments and health authorities implement useful contact tracing, with user privacy and security at the centre of the design. Today, Apple and Google have released the first version of their Exposure API which […]

Amazon’s Virtual Summit: What To Expect at AWS 2020

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AWS Summit Online is on Wednesday 13 May 2020, a free virtual event to “educate you about the skills needed to design, deploy, and operate your infrastructure and applications” as Amazon would describe.  Due to the current situation with Coronavirus or COVID-19 as some would call, Amazon is unable to host their usual Sydney Summit in the International Convention Centre. But none the less, the show must go on. Heres what […]

The Latest Additions to The Amazon Alexa Ecosystem!

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It’s no secret that when November hits, the major tech companies start rolling out their latest products. This is a pattern we’ve come to expect, and it makes sense. The tech giants want to drum up excitement before Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and of course, Christmas. Amazon is no exception here. Amazon held a Fall hardware event at its Seattle headquarters on 25 September and unveiled the latest products in […]

Top Trending apps which are worth your money

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We come across a plethora of apps on our android and iOS app stores offering multiple functions and easing our work. In this article, we will explore which apps are better to spend money and get out the best from it.

2019 In Review: Top Laptops to Purchase

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We are back again with our list of most popular laptops of this year. This list will cover some of the best machines on the market that money can buy, based on the type you are after.

Pump Air 2 Review: A new favourite from BlueAnt

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Released today from the Melbourne based sound pioneers BlueAnt, who have clearly spent the time to produce something that is not just sexy to look at but puts out high quality audio, let me be the one to introduce the Pump Air 2 microbuds. THE SOUND Utilising Bluetooth 5.0, and backing of a company with 16 years of experience in bluetooth – you would expect a good result. The Pump Air […]