Arif Majeed

Facebook accepts they need to do better

  The whole world is still in shocked, when a black male in his mid 30’s gunned down a 74-year-old man while streaming it LIVE on Facebook. The live stream of a murder has raises various questions about social media giants capability to handle such disturbing content. The account of Cleveland shooter remained active for more than 2 hours,
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Apple pushing LG to enter smartphone OLED Market

Samsung has a complete monopoly; when it comes to the plastic OLED market and even its biggest rival Apple is dependent on their OLED (organic light emitting diodes) technology. Apple’s upcoming iPhone will have the OLED display manufactured by the Korean giant. Apple is eager to end the monopoly of Samsung in OLED market for
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Google and Russia reach settlement over Android case

Alphabet Inc’s GOOGLE and Russian Anti-Monopoly Watchdog FAS had struck a deal out of court according to Reuters. The settlement between the two parties has now been approved – According to the deputy head of FAS “Alexei Dotsenko” the term of the deal is 6 years and 9 months.

Robert Taylor - Father of INTERNET dies age 85

  Robert Taylor the first researcher who’s the pioneer of INTERNET passes away at 85 in his home last week according to The New York Times. He was born on 10th Feb 1932 in Dallas. It was in year 1966, when Robert W. Taylor who’s working in Pentagon’s advance research unit come-up with the idea to connect people on a same network. In year 1968
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5 reasons why Galaxy S8 is the world's best smartphone

  Samsung Galaxy S8 is now officially the most anticipated smartphone of 2017. The numbers are backing up the Korean giant claim that it’s the best thing coming in a long time. Many also believes that it is the best smartphone for businessman’s – who previously prefer Apple’s iPhone instead of Galaxy models. Did the
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