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TACKLING CLIMATE CHANGE WITH MACHINE LEARNING

The biggest challenge faced by humanity is climate change. The irregular change of climate has a devastating impact on the human and its environment. The greatest impact is the loss of sustainability. Climate changes can lead to the glacier retreats, change in climate, rise in sea level, change in the timing of seasonal events, etc. Humans should consider these effects that their activities cause on their motherland. Living in the world of technology, powerful machines are being made that can reduce the level of greenhouse gases and can lower the impact of these harmful substances on the environment. These...

GOOGLE STADIA- GOOGLE’S NEW GAMING PLATFORM

Google stadia is a gaming service that is formulated as well as governed by Google. It is a platform that instantly provides you the ability to play gaming on your available game. You can play games on stadia wherever you have an excess to the internet. You don’t need to download or install the game. Stadia helps the user to stream video games up to 4000 resolutions at 60...

Has Wall Street missed the boat?

Big banks have changed their attitude  and views toward cryptocurrencies in recent years, going from dismissive to cautiously interested. However, Wall Street still isn't fully embracing digital currencies. Cryptos are no longer condemned as a inexplicable alternative investment, and even central banks around the world are contemplating on issuing digital currencies. Bitcoin is trading at over $50,000 per token and Dogecoin, which literally started as a joke, is now one...

Apple charged with violating ‘anti-competitive’ app policies

Apple has been charged with violating EU competition rules over the way it runs its App Store. European Commission anti-trust regulator Margrethe Vestager tweeted that "consumers are losing out". This is in line with charges brought two years ago by music streaming app Spotify which claimed that Apple was stifling innovation in that industry. Apple faces a large fine and may be compelled to change its policies if its arguments do not...

Apple profits surge with full of “Optimism”

An increase in iPhone sales, especially in China, has led to a doubling of profits at Apple since the start of the pandemic. The results reflected "optimism" about the days ahead, Apple's boss said. Rival tech firm Facebook also recorded a substantial revenues and profits. However, the social media giant warned Apple's latest software release could undermine its prospects later in the year. Apple has noted sales of its phones, apps and other...

Handsets drive Samsung’s profits to pre-pandemic highs

Samsung Electronics has recorded its strongest first quarter profits since 2018 due to strong mobile sales led by its flagship Galaxy S21 line. The Korean tech giant's net profits hiked to 46.3% compared to the same quarter in 2020 to 7.1trn won ($6.4bn ; £4.6bn). Sales of television and home appliances also recorded strong growth, owing to continued stay-at-home demand. But, the company's profits were dented by disappointing results for its chips...

Southeast Asia’s tech giants could devour start-ups

Southeast Asia’s tech giants could outright purchase start-ups using funds they gain when they go public, said a managing partner of an early-stage venture capital firm. “They’re basically going to gobble up a number of start-ups,” Vinnie Lauria of Golden Gate Ventures told CNBC’s “Street Signs Asia” on Friday. He said likely buyers would include Grab, Sea as well as GoTo, the combined company if Indonesian behemoths Gojek and Tokopedia successfully...