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  • NumPy 1.17.0 officially releases with improved performance

    Now, the Python development team has rolled NumPy version 1.17.0 out with many new features, improvements, and changes to increase its performance.   This version update includes a new extensible numpy.random module, new radix sort, and timsort sorting methods, and a NumPy pocketfft F...

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  • Redesigned Android Auto start rolling out

    Now, Google has released a new interface for its automotive smartphone - called Android Auto. This Android Auto was first announced five years ago at Google I/O 2014 and launched in the spring of 2015. Since the first released its interface hasn't changed very much.   But a few...

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  • Soon you can use WhatsApp web without your phone

    Now, WhatsApp development team is busy to create a desktop version that works without a phone. A report has revealed that Facebook-owned company is testing a PC Web app that doesn’t require any smartphones to be connected to the Internet.   On last Friday, WABetaInfo tweeted tha...

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  • Facebook will remove instant game from Messenger soon

    Now, Facebook has decided to remove Instant Games from its Facebook Messenger. The social giant announced that it's going to move Instant Games away from Messenger to create a more "central" gaming experience.   Instant Games appeared in 2016, and since then they have be...

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  • Microsoft will revamp Windows 10 Start Menu soon

    Now, Microsoft has announced that Windows Insider team is going to release an internal Windows 10 build to Windows Insiders. This new Windows 10 build 18947 brings a new Start Menu design without Live Tiles.   According to a report, the Start Menu design may not be final, but one th...

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  • Apple plans to acquiring Intel 5G modem business

    Apple now plans to buy Intel’s 5G mobile modem business for $1 billion. The deal could be announced as early as next week, as per The Wall Street Journal report says.   A few months ago, Apple reached a sudden settlement with Qualcomm that allowing Apple to return to using Qualc...

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  • Millions of users data leaked by browser extensions

    Now, a research report reveals that some popular browser extensions are collecting and even selling users data including a list of visited sites and photos that users have looked at.   Most recently, security researchers found that a number of popular extensions were harvesting user d...

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