Author: Miles

Easy Steps To Make Money On Social Media

July 2, 2019

With technology growing extremely fast and social media becoming the main channel for marketing, small business, and many users have turned their hobbies into a passive income stream thanks to most of us spending a significant amount of time daily viewing what others have to say and trying to catch up with friends, family, or […]

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A reality check on India’s ease of business rankings

July 1, 2019

Mumbai: Ever since India gained in rankings for ease of doing business, it has been referred to as a preferred investment destination. Notwithstanding the recent slowdown in the economy, the steady inflation and exchange rate has managed to attract investment. A United Nations report last week showed that the country is among top twenty economies in the world […]

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Author pulls software that used deep learning to virtually undress women

June 29, 2019

On Wednesday, a Vice article alerted the world to the creation of DeepNude, a computer program that uses neural networks to transform an image of a clothed woman into a realistic rendering of what she might look like naked. The software attracted widespread condemnation. This is an “invasion of sexual privacy,” legal scholar Danielle Citron told Vice. The […]

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Zoho offers software to SMEs

June 25, 2019

Zoho has partnered with Tamil Nadu Small and Tiny Industries Association (TANSTIA) to offer the association members access to its software at discounted rates to improve their digital literacy. It will also counsel and train the members to automate their businesses with its suite of business software. TANSTIA members will get 15-20 per cent discount […]

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June 22, 2019

The festival season is finally upon us and we’re bursting with excitement. Glastonbury, Coachella, Primavera, you name it – we’ll be there. However, we can’t help but be acutely aware that festivals produce a shocking amount of plastic. The Association of Independent Festivals (AIF) say that audiences at UK festivals consume 10 million plastic bottles and that 250,000 […]

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Caution! IT Dept is keeping an eye on your social media posts

June 19, 2019

Social media is a powerful influence in modern society because it allows people to remain in constant touch with everyone they want. Companies take advantage of the vast quantities of data generated on social media. Data shared by individuals on social media allows companies to market products better and understand consumer behaviour. Social media plays […]

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Government battles ex-CIA software engineer accused of leaking hacking tools over prison restrictions

June 18, 2019

The U.S. government filed a memorandum Monday in the Southern District of New York in the case against Joshua Adam Schulte, a former CIA software engineer accused of stealing classified national defense information, which then appeared on WikiLeaks. Schulte filed a motion to end what’s known as special administrative measures (SAMs) while being held at the Metropolitan Correctional Center […]

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Break Up the Social Media Companies to Protect Free Speech

June 17, 2019

Donald Trump is preparing to unleash the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission as antitrust warriors against the tech giants. And good on him. Breaking up the monopolies on speech might save us—particularly anyone right-of-center—from encroaching online deplatforming, and preserve our ability to hear ideas outside echo chambers of bullied consensus. The First Amendment doesn’t restrain censorship […]

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Realme 3 to get a software makeover; Here is how you can install updates

June 16, 2019

Chinese smartphone company Realme launched its smartphone model Realme 3 early this year. Within a span of just three months, the company has initiated a software update in the smartphone model. The update will be rolled out over-the-air (OTA) and Realme 3 users will benefit from the same in the next few days. The update […]

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Fake festivals: Why more music fans are tuning in

June 15, 2019

While music fans struggle to get tickets to the likes of Glastonbury, Reading and the Isle of Wight festivals, many are turning to so-called “fake” versions of these music events featuring tribute acts to get their live fix. Over the past five years, ticket sales for Glastonbudget, Tribfest and The Big Fake Festival have seen […]

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