Emily Clark

Facebook are Developing an A.I. mind-reading Device

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If you thought the fast face in technology wasn’t fascinating and a little bit scary, then picture this – a device that can type the words you are thinking. Pretty scary, right? But it can happen, as Facebook have announced a major breakthrough in its plans for this new type of technology. However, according to the social …

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TikTok developer ByteDance to produce its own Smartphone

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The company behind the popular video-sharing app TikTok has announced it will be developing its own brand of smartphones.  TikTok’s owner, ByteDance, revealed the move after achieving patents and employees from Chinese multinational technology company, Smartisan. ByteDance owns numerous popular video and news apps, such as Lark (an alternative to Slack), video-chat app Flipchat and …

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Volvo to recall 500k Cars Worldwide over Fire Risk Fears

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Sweden-based vehicle company Volvo are recalling a staggering 507,000 of their cars worldwide. An earlier investigation was conducted, which discovered a faulty engine component which could potentially cause the vehicles to set on fire. The recall was issued on Monday, and Volvo said it is contacting all customers affected, which are 69,000 in the UK …

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Viagogo Suspended from Advertising on Google

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Notorious ticket resale site Viagogo has been suspended from advertising by Google. The site has received several complaints about misleading ticket prices, as well as facing a possible prosecution in May 2018 for failing to change this information. Now, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) are taking the website to court, alleging it has not …

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Facebook Launches Scam-Detection service following Lawsuit in the UK

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Facebook has launched a new scam-reporting tool that’ll allow UK users to report fake ads, following a defamation lawsuit. Money saving expert Martin Lewis filed the lawsuit against the social media giant after discovering many scam advertisements featuring his picture. However, he dropped the case in January after Facebook agreed to donate £3 million to …

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Amazon workers Protest to Demand Fair Working Conditions over Prime Day Sales

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There’s no doubt Amazon is the ultimate online retail giant, with millions upon millions of visitors per month and that doesn’t look as though it will change anytime soon. However, the reality behind the scenes of the online retailer is far different, when it comes to its employees happiness regarding their treatment by the tech …

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Justin Bieber vs Tom Cruise: UFC President Dana White Says Fight Could Happen

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Pop singer Justin Bieber took to Twitter to “challenge” actor Tom Cruise in a fight in the octagon last week. Very bizarre! We know… But it happened, and now according to UFC President Dana White, this could actually happen. However, movie action hero extraordinaire, Tom Cruise, has yet to respond to the Bieber tweet. But, let’s …

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American Lawyer jailed for 14 years following Online Fraud Scheme

Porn trolling mastermind Paul Hansmeier gets 14 years in prison

Sometimes, suspects behind vicious fraud schemes come from those that nobody would expect – much less from a professional lawyer. American lawyer, Paul Hansmeier, started an online fraud scheme in which he would share copies of pornographic films, before suing people who downloaded them for copyright infringement. Victims were demanded to pay a $3,000 (£2, 383) …

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