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Research Google's hamburger emoji has everybody cheesed
Author: 0 Google's hamburger emoji has everybody cheesed

Luckily, Google CEO Sundar Pichai spotted Baekdal's viral tweet about the flawed cheese placement and promised to address it first thing on Monday ― as long as everyone could agree on the proper stacking order of a hamburger. "I can't believe anybody would stack it like that emoji", added another. As The Verge points out , Google seems to be the only one really getting this wrong.

Research Airtel, Celkon partner for 4G smartphone at effective price of Rs1,349
Author: 0 Airtel, Celkon partner for 4G smartphone at effective price of Rs1,349

This is the second such partnership for Airtel under its " Mera Pehla Smartphone " initiative, wherein it provides cashback to users on sticking to its network for three years to bring down the price of the handset. On the battery front, the Celkon Smart 4G comes loaded with a 1,500mAh battery that is rated to deliver a decent battery life on a single charge.

Research Ferrari FXX K Evo revealed - lighter, improved aero
Author: 0 Ferrari FXX K Evo revealed - lighter, improved aero

How has the Evo evolved compared with the already silly-fast FXX-K? The product of more than 9000 miles of reliability testing, the FXX-K Evo is described as "an extremely limited-run model", offered either as a complete vehicle or as an upgrade package to be retro-fitted to existing FXX-K cars.

Author: 0 Nintendo almost doubles net profit forecast on Switch console

Below you can see the latest data on the number of units Nintendo plans to ship worldwide before the end of the fiscal year, which is to say by March 31st, 2018. Nintendo is planning to sell a total of 14 million Switch consoles in the first year since its launch. Nintendo said its " Super Mario Run " and other smartphone games racked up sales worth 17.9 billion yen, more than five times higher than a year earlier.

Author: 0 Einstein's written note on happiness fetches $1.5 million at an auction

He also gives an advice that there is no need to memorize the things that can be looked up. Einstein devoted his life to science but suggested in the notes that achieving a long-dreamt-of goal did not necessarily guarantee happiness. The winning bids for both notes were far higher than the pre-auction estimated price, the auctioneers said. In October 1922, Einstein was traveling to Japan to deliver a series of lectures when he received a telegraph announcing that he had won the 1921 Nobel ...

Research Vodafone offers unlimited local & STD calls
Author: 0 Vodafone offers unlimited local & STD calls

Customers who wish to join Vodafone's 4G network will get benefits of 1GB daily data and free voice calls. The special offer comes with a validity of 84 days and includes unlimited local and national calling as well as free roaming on both incoming and outgoing calls.

Research IPhone Apps With Camera Permissions Can Apparently Snap Your Photo
Author: 0 IPhone Apps With Camera Permissions Can Apparently Snap Your Photo

This can and often includes the camera. There you'll see every app with camera access permissions and you can toggle them off to your preference (or turn them all off for some peace of mind). According to Krause, apps with camera access are capable of taking photos and recording video of you while using the app, uploading photos and videos without your knowledge, or even take advantage of iOS 11's facial recognition tools to read your expression while you're browsing Twitter on the can.

Research Apple: iPhone X preorders off the charts
Author: 0 Apple: iPhone X preorders off the charts

It's worth pointing out that the extra fee is only if you buy the iPhone X from Best Buy upfront; if you purchase the iPhone in installments from Best Buy, the price works out to the usual $999 and $1,149. Apple revealed today that a screen fix for the iPhone X is a whopping $279. According to analysts many customers are now waiting for the iPhone X.

Research NASA tracking mysterious object from outside our solar system
Author: 0 NASA tracking mysterious object from outside our solar system

This is the first time in history that astronomers have surprised any such object entering our solar system - and they've been expecting it for quite a while. Said Weryk, "This object came from outside our solar system". Whatever it is, NASA is fairly certain it's a unique object. "It is going so fast that it clearly came from outside the solar system", Paul Chodas continued.

Research Facebook releases
Author: 0 Facebook releases "Workplace Chat" app for desktop/mobile with game-changing features

You can download Workplace Chat for Windows here. After installing the Workplace Chat apps, users can access the service's existing messaging features directly on their desktops or mobiles. The service offers several integrations , including Office 365 and G Suite, while also allowing users to build their own custom integrations. Workplace aims to be an employee's command centre for everything that's happening with their team, their company, and their industry.

Author: 0 'Simple action' could have foiled NHS WannaCry attack

THE NATIONAL AUDIT OFFICE (NAO) has said that NHS trusts across the country left themselves wide open to the WannaCry outbreak in May because they failed to apply patches for Windows 7 that had been available for two months. Many local organisations could not communicate with national NHS bodies by email as they had been infected by WannaCry or had shut down their email systems as a precaution, though NHS Improvement did communicate with trusts' chief executives by phone.

Author: 0 Disease-free world might soon become reality with new gene-editing tools

DNA is a sort of genetic blueprint responsible for storing and transferring genetic information. "We used this method to remove the DNA that causes the disease in cells from patients with hereditary hemochromatosis", Liu said. The team started with CRISPR/Cas13, molecular scissors that normally cut RNA. The researchers engineered a Cas13 variety so it sticks to RNA instead of cutting it.

Research America to get free tacos thanks to Cameron Maybin
Author: 0 America to get free tacos thanks to Cameron Maybin

He was subsequently traded to the Florida Marlins in a deal that brought Miguel Cabrera to Detroit, but returned to the Motor City via trade before the 2015 season. He was so excited, in fact, that he gave himself an unwieldy nickname: Steal a Base, Steal a Taco Guy. "Maybin came through in the crunch with the stolen base heard 'round the world", Taco Bell says on its website .

Research Microsoft earnings: 84 cents a share vs 72 cents EPS expected
Author: 0 Microsoft earnings: 84 cents a share vs 72 cents EPS expected

Microsoft shares rose 3.4 percent to $81.40 in extended trading following the report, after closing at $78.76 in NY. Revenue rose 12 percent to $24.54 billion. Revenue has been patchier in personal-computer software and hardware. That's not really a surprise, given that Microsoft has launched a number of new Surface products over the course of the last few months.

Research Oppo R11S Key Specifications Get Listed On the Official Website
Author: 0 Oppo R11S Key Specifications Get Listed On the Official Website

The A.I. Beauty Recognition technology uses artificial intelligence to recognise skin tone and type, gender and age of all subjects within an image by scanning more than 200 facial recognition spots and learns facial features unique to each subject, regardless of the angle or lighting.

Research Waymo sends self-driving cars to MI for winter testing
Author: 0 Waymo sends self-driving cars to MI for winter testing

Waymo already has a presence in MI with the 53,000 sq ft development center it opened in Novi in May 2016, where it has been integrating its self-driving technology with Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivans. Waymo's autonomous vehicles are heading to MI for some cold-weather testing. John Krafcik, CEO of Waymo , debuts a customized Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid that will be used for Google's autonomous vehicle program at the 2017 North American International Auto Show on January 8, 2017 in ...