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Racetrack memory – a tentative technology

Racetrack memory – a tentative technology

Racetrack memory is a tentative technology under development that’s projected to offer a replacement for current memory types, including hard disk drives (HDDs) and flash. It is also known as domain-wall memory (DWM), is an experimental non-volatile memory device under development at IBM.....

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Google paves way to monetize Pay users’ data in India

Google paves way to monetize Pay users’ data in India

Three-and-a-half years after the launch of Google Pay in India, the Android-maker is paving the way for tapping its user transaction data for monetization – although they plan to give them adequate caution and the option to opt-out. Google said Thursday that it would create an update to Goo.....

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Facebook is bringing ads to shorter videos and Stories

Facebook is bringing ads to shorter videos and Stories

Facebook is expanding monetization options for video makers. Videos posted by these creators are for anyone, which means you will probably see more ads. Joao Arnstein, director of Facebook app monetization, wrote in a blog post that producers will now be able to include in-stream ads in.....

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Daily Crunch: Apple announces a chip design center in Germany

Daily Crunch: Apple announces a chip design center in Germany

Apple is investing heavily in Germany, Russia has taken to Twitter and Roblox has gone public. March 10, 2021 this is your daily crunch. PS Do not forget to sign up for TC Early Stage 2021, we are conducting April 1 and 2nd and a virtual event focused on fundraising! Apple says it will spend.....

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Dear Sophie: What are the pros and cons of the H-1B, O-1A, and EB-1A?

Dear Sophie: What are the pros and cons of the H-1B, O-1A, and EB-1A?

Sophie, “a consultation column answers questions about immigration about working in technology companies. “Your questions are vital to the spread of knowledge that allows people around the world to rise above the boundaries and pursue their dreams,” said Silicon Valley Immigration Attorney .....

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Europe’s Android ‘choice’ screen keeps burying better options

Europe’s Android ‘choice’ screen keeps burying better options

The tech giant’s search market remains uncertain, and the most attractive regional search options are being priced from Google’s ‘Remedy’, which supports the person who can pay the most to be listed on Google’s running smartphones as an alternative to its domina.....

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Makers of ‘kid’s first virtual world’ Animal Jam targets Gen Z teens with Fer. al debut

Makers of ‘kid’s first virtual world’ Animal Jam targets Gen Z teens with Fer. al debut

Today, the company behind this popular title, Wild Works, is re-launching a new game, which General Z builds on the legacy of Animal Jam while meeting a somewhat older crowd of teenagers. Kids often start online social gaming with a game like Animal Jam before they graduate into the vast virtual .....

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An AI-Written Play Was Performed For The First Time. It Was More NSFW Than You’d Expect

An AI-Written Play Was Performed For The First Time. It Was More NSFW Than You’d Expect

Poor playwrights think it was not so bad that the world’s theaters closed for most of the epidemic; they now have to deal with the idea of ​​Artificial Intelligence (AI) taking over their work. A play written entirely by AI – after a brief human intervention to inform the basic setup .....

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Deep Science: AI adventures in arts and letters

Deep Science: AI adventures in arts and letters

There is more AI news here than can keep you connected as much as possible. However, you can stay tolerantly up-to-date on the most interesting improvements with this column, which collects AI and machine learning advances around the world and explains why they can be important to technology, sta.....

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Albertsons taps Tortoise for remote-controlled grocery delivery robots

Albertsons taps Tortoise for remote-controlled grocery delivery robots

Grocery giant Albertson has launched a pilot program owned by companies Safeway and Jewel-Oscar that will test grocery delivery using a remote-controlled delivery robot built by Silicon Valley startup Tortoise. The pilot will embark on two Safeway in Northern California, although if the tortoise&.....

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This Week in Apps: App Store bill passes AZ House, ‘deep nostalgia’ goes viral, Twitter Spaces arrives on Android

This Week in Apps: App Store bill passes AZ House, ‘deep nostalgia’ goes viral, Twitter Spaces arrives on Android

Welcome to the apps this week, the weekly TechCrunch series that brings the latest recovery to mobile OS news, mobile apps and the overall app economy. The app industry is as hot as ever, with a record 218 billion downloads and $143 billion consumers spending worldwide in 2020. Last year, consume.....

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Airlines warn of data breaches after SITA passenger system hack

Airlines warn of data breaches after SITA passenger system hack

Global air transport data giant CTA has confirmed a data breach involving passenger data. The agency said in a brief statement on Thursday that it was “a victim of cyberattack” and that some passenger data stored on its US servers had breached. The cyberattack confirmed on February 24.....

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