Monday, April, 22, 2019 02:21:40

Category: Technology

Germany might allow Huawei to build 5G internet infrastructure

The country’s interior ministry claims it would allow them to prepare for new potential threats. Amid U.S. government’s major concerns over Huawei and its potential to spy on countries through internet infrastructure, Germany has recently announced that it might allow Huawei to set up its …

Apple acquires the UK-based digital marketing startup DataTiger

Apple can implement DataTiger’s advertisement targeting technology in several ways. The company’s platform can individually optimize the marketing flows for its consumers in real-time across all channels. Apple has reportedly purchased the UK-based digital marketing startup DataTiger which has been intending to rethink the complete …

Amazon acquires Wi-Fi start-up Eero to develop smart home tech

The move will allow Eero to expand its global reach while competing with Google and other rivals in the home router market. E-commerce giant, Amazon.com, Inc. has recently announced its acquisition of San Francisco-based internet router startup Eero for an undisclosed amount. Founded in 2014, Eero has emerged …

Google to roll out the latest AR feature of Google Maps for testing

The feature uses the phone’s camera for overlaying the general directions, local grocery stores, restaurant listings and many other helpful guides. Google recently made it to the headlines as it introduced its much-awaited feature of AR (Augmented Reality) navigation on the Google Maps. As per …

Medical diagnostic services supported by AI to be deployed in Japan

 The integration of information technology in healthcare has been relatively slower in the nation.  AI-supported medical devices are projected to reduce human error & lessen the burden on medical professionals during diagnosis. Medical diagnostic services that are supported by Artificial Intelligence are reportedly set to …

Japan’s Fujitsu and ENERES run blockchain-powered electricity test

Fujitsu’s blockchain-based DR process achieves 40% efficiency boost Fujitsu, the leading Japanese IT firm, recently announced that it has successfully completed a trial of blockchain-powered solution to address the inefficiencies and issues of electricity surplus management. Reportedly, the company has partnered with a local electric …