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Facebook Will Soon Start Automatically Tagging Your Friends in Videos

Facebook at its annual developer conference made several new announcements including introducingartificial intelligence powered bots into its Messenger apps. The social giant has now also confirmed plans to add a new feature that will allow users to enable the auto-tagging feature for videos. (Also see: Facebook F8: 10 Announcements You Need to Know About) Facebook emphasised that AI (artificial intelligence) ... Read More »

MARKET REPORT: Quindell founder Rob Terry sends shares in Aim-listed tech minnow Imaginatik soaring

Aim-listed tiddler Imaginatik leapt almost 70 per cent after Rob Terry’s investment vehicle confirmed a Daily Mail market report revealing he had begun re-building a stake in the software consulting company. Quob Park Estate said via the regulatory news service that it now owns 5.36 per cent of Imaginatik. Terry’s stake-building in Imaginatik is likely to continue although sources said he ... Read More »

How to trade big tech in choppy market

After technology stocks helped a choppy market rise Tuesday, “Fast Money” traders debated whether some growth names were worth their cost. The major U.S. averages closed the session higher, recovering from a lower open after Fed Chair Janet Yellen took a cautious tone on policy in an afternoon speech. Facebook, Microsoft and Netflix shares rose more than 2 percent each ... Read More »

Poles Launch Facebook Campaign in Court Reform Battle

Tens of thousands of Poles took to Facebook Thursday to support the country’s top court in a constitutional battle against the right-wing government. The EU country has been mired in crisis over a government bid to change how the Constitutional Court reaches its decisions, in a move that has sparked outrage at home and abroad. A new law raised the ... Read More »

Is the new generation in India better educated?

Photo: Hindustan Times All of us love stories of the son or daughter of an uneducated daily wage labourer or farmer cracking civil service or Indian Institute of Technology entrance exams. The real question, however, is whether such success stories, constituting inter-generational upward mobility in education, are becoming more common or do they constitute pleasant aberrations? Recent economic research suggests ... Read More »

US Judge in Boston Ordered Apple to Help Law Enforcement Examine iPhone

A US magistrate judge in Boston ordered Apple Inc to assist law enforcement officers in examining the iPhone of an alleged gang member, according to a February 1 court filing unsealed on Friday that is no longer binding. “Reasonable technical assistance consists of, to the extent possible, extracting data from the device, copying the data from the device onto an ... Read More »

Best fitness gadgets to stay in shape

Technology gadgets can be a good motivator to help you get back in shape or help you stay as healthy as ever. Take a look at some of our suggestions. We aren’t mentioning the usual suspects that everyone, and even your granny knows about – stuff like the Fitbit, Mi Band and a zillion other smartwatches. If you’re looking to ... Read More »

Twitter, Election Commission Partner on Awareness Campaign in Tamil Nadu

Popular social media platform Twitter will collaborate with Election Commission of India in its awareness campaign on striving for 100 percent voting for the May 16 Assembly polls in Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Rajesh Lakhoni held discussions with Raheel Khursheed, Head, News, Politics and Government at Twitter India in Chennai. Later, speaking to reporters, Khurhseed said ... Read More »

Facebook’s Zuckerberg Meets Propaganda Czar in China Charm Drive

Facebook’s co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg met China’s propaganda tsar Liu Yunshan in Beijing on Saturday as part of a charm offensive in one of the few markets where the social network cannot be accessed. The rare meeting, reported by China’s state news agency Xinhua, suggests warming relations between Facebook and the Chinese government, even as Beijing steps up censorship ... Read More »

In Arkansas, Career and Technical Education Paying Off

Arkansas’ “Be a Pro Proud” initiative aims to encourage students to enter technical professions including carpentry, welding and others. By Lauren CameraApril 7, 2016, at 3:37 p.m.+ More Career and technical education programs – which policymakers and business groups have been touting as solutions to help fill the skills gap, but which students and parents have been slow to embrace – ... Read More »