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Twitter Adds Voice Messages To DMs: How To Use The New Feature - Twitter has introduced a voice messages feature for users in India, Brazil, and Japan.

Twitter Adds Voice Messages To DMs: How To Use The New Feature -

The new feature lets users send a voice DM (Direct Message) or a voice clip to the Twitter contact – a feature that has been within the works for a short time now.According to Twitter, this feature is going to be released in a staged manner, so it’s possible that a number of you do not see the feature show up just yet. Abul Kalam Azad : Facts about the first Education Minister of Independent India - Sayyid Ghulam Muhiyuddin Ahmed bin Khairuddin Al Hussaini, popularly referred to as Maulana Abul Kalam Azad was born on Veterans’ Day, 1888, in Makkah.

Abul Kalam Azad : Facts about the first Education Minister of Independent India -

Azad was fluent in Arabic, Bengali, Hindustani, Persian, and English. Azad was home-schooled. He excelled in academics and by the time he was twelve, Azad was running a library, a reading room, and a debating society. By the time he was 15, Azad was teaching students twice his age. He completed the normal course of education at the age of 16, nine years before his contemporaries.

UGC Paves Way For Tie-Ups Between Indian And Foreign Higher Education Institutions- A brief look - Indian education institutions will soon be ready to collaborate with foreign education institutions and offer joint degree and dual degree programmes.

UGC Paves Way For Tie-Ups Between Indian And Foreign Higher Education Institutions- A brief look -

10 common mistakes to avoid during JEE Main 2021 - JEE Main is being conducted in multiple phases from February to May this year for admissions in the next academic session in 2021.

10 common mistakes to avoid during JEE Main 2021 -

Phase 1 is scheduled from February 23rd to 26th. This exam provides the basis for admissions into NITs, IIITs across engineering and architecture domains for over 25,000 students every year. The students must aim to score the qualifying marks to enter JEE advanced level exam. Modelled in the virtual world - Magine being able to machine the perfect component – cut with the best-suited tool assembly, at optimal speed, using the most compatible materials – long before you’ve even set foot in the workshop or ordered any materials for it.

Modelled in the virtual world -

This may all be possible via the digital twin concept, which is one of the cornerstones of Industry 4.0. A digital twin is the dynamic software model of a past, current or future state or behavior of a physical product or system, making it possible to simulate it virtually. Bengt Olsson, Product Information Specialist at Sandvik Coromant, explains: “To put it really simply, it’s like having an avatar of the real thing, which moves and behaves in the same way the real thing would in the environment you put it in. This avatar fits very well into the digital world of tweets, blogs and streams, and It blurs the lines between the digital and physical worlds.” 3D-printed custom bicycle helmets - As no two heads are the same, why should helmets be identical?

3D-printed custom bicycle helmets -

At the beginning, each cyclist’s head was scanned using iPads located in selected specialist stores to produce HEXR’s custom bicycle helmets. Every HEXR helmet is created to fit the exact contours of the customer’s scanned head. Within seconds, the scan generates a virtual model consisting of 30,000 points. Google says it's making progress in its plans to remove third-party cookies from Chrome browser - Google says it’s making progress on plans to revamp Chrome user tracking technology aimed at improving privacy even as it faces challenges from regulators and officials.

Google says it's making progress in its plans to remove third-party cookies from Chrome browser -

The company gave an update Monday on its work to remove from its Chrome browser so-called third-party cookies, which are used by a website’s advertisers or partners and can be used to track a user’s internet browsing habits. Third-party cookies have been a longtime source of privacy concerns and Google said a year ago that it would do away with them, in an announcement that shook up the online advertising industry. The changes will affect Chrome, the world’s dominant web browser, as well as other browsers based on Google’s Chromium technology such as Microsoft’s Edge.

Rival browsers Safari and Mozilla Firefox have already removed third-party cookies by default but Google is taking a more gradual approach. Conversions are actions users take when they see an ad, such as clicking to make a purchase or watch a video. Can facial recognition technology really reveal political orientation? - Three things about the research paper stopped me in my tracks.

Can facial recognition technology really reveal political orientation? -

The first was the title: Facial recognition technology can expose political orientation from naturalistic facial images. The second was that the author was Michal kosinski , someone who used to be at Cambridge University, is now at Stanford and whose work I’ve followed for years. And the third was that it was published in Scientific Reports, one of the journals published by the Nature group and definitely not an outlet for nonsense. The paper reports a research project that suggests that facial recognition technology can accurately infer individuals’ political orientation in terms of whether they have liberal or conservative views. A common (and open-source) facial recognition algorithm was applied to images of more than a million individuals drawn from their entries on Facebook or dating websites to predict their political orientation by comparing their similarity to faces of liberal and conservative others.

Starting an office over the web - Biotech is booming right now, and many companies are looking to expand into new locations and markets.

Starting an office over the web -

Smart factories - Smart factory is a term that is used commonly in the context of Industry 4.0 revolution.People are talking about making smart factories in the industries.So, existing factory, factory operation, their operations, processes, products everythingbeing made smarter, but then we need to understand that what smart factory is all about. there are different-different definitions of smart factory that is available.So, let us look at one such definition of smart factory.So, smart factory as per this definition, “The smart factory is a flexible system.It is a flexible system, that can self optimize the performance across a broader network andself adapt and learn from the new conditions in real or near real time and autonomouslyrun the production processes” .

smart factories -

Low Code :Future Of Software - For years, we have known software development to be an elaborate and complex process. But the introduction of low-code/no-code development is changing software development into a simpler process with less turnaround time. Low-code/no-code platforms have made quality and faster deliverability possible in the software development industry. Let us understand what is low-code/no-code development, why it is gaining steam and how it is transforming the software space. TOP 10 TESLA MODELS THAT CHANGED THE GAME - The highly anticipated Tesla Model 3 was revealed to the world by CEO Elon Musk in March 2016. As part of the last step in Musk’s master plan, the Model 3 was the electric vehicle for the masses.

With an advertised price of $35,000, Tesla fans, the average Joe, and perspective electric vehicle buyers flocked to Tesla stores to place $1,000 reservations for the car. Get all latest Education News and Career updates at one Portal. Delhi HC notice to Centre, BBNL on 'scam' in contracts - New Delhi, Dec 18 (IANS): The Delhi High Court has issued notices to the Centre, Bharat Broadband Network Limited (BBNL), and CSC e-Governance Services India Ltd on a petition that challenged the award of contracts to the private company (CSC) to install Wi-FI access points.

The public interest litigation filed by NGO Telecom Watchdog sought quashing of the award of contracts on nomination basis by the administrator of Universal Service Obligation (USO) Fund, working under the Department of Telecommunications (DoT), to the private company. The CSC was initially created as a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) for providing e-governance services under the PPP model. As per the petition, CSC SPV in turn had incorporated its wholly-owned subsidiary company CSC WiFiChoupal Services India Pvt Ltd. Both the Ministry of Communications and MeitY have been issued the notice. Chinese drone and chip makers added to US banned list - Zoom Stock Falls, Growth Stocks Take A Hit As Dow Hits A Record - The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit a record high on Monday while the Nasdaq gained ground, but some of 2020’s hot technology growth stocks — such as Zoom Video Communications ZM and Square SQ fell on profit-taking.

Zoom stock fell 4.1% to near 360 while Square stock slipped a fraction. in the technology sector were among Monday’s losers. Snowflake fell 3.5% to near 312 on the stock market today . tumbled 8.2% to 147.80. In addition, Palantir dipped 4.4% to 26.53. Shopify and Square also were among tech growth stocks that pulled back.

Datadog dropped 3.8% to near 102 on Monday. Helped by the likes of Zoom stock, software outperformed the market for the fourth straight year during the coronavirus pandemic. Cybersecurity stocks have rallied amid reports that Russian hackers accessed U.S. government computer networks via network management software provided by SolarWinds . Global investors flee from Chinese tech stocks after the government crackdown on Ant and Alibaba - Global investors are running from Chinese tech stocks in the wake of the government’s crackdown on Ant Group and Alibaba, two high-flying businesses founded by Ma Yun (Jack Ma) that were once hailed as paragons of China’s new tech elite.

Shares of major technology companies in the country have fallen sharply in recent days, with bloomberg calculating that Alibaba, Tencent, and Meituan have lost around $200 billion in value during a handful of trading sessions. Already reeling from the last minute halt of the public debut of Ant Group, a major Chinese fintech player with deep ties to Alibaba, the e-commerce giant came under new fire, as China’s markets watchdog opened a probe into its business practices concerning potentially anticompetitive behavior.

The forgotten fighter plane which won the Battle of Britain - The Benefits of Serverless computing - Why use serverless computing? Serverless computing offers a number of advantages over traditional cloud-based or server-centric infrastructure. Android Fingerprint Technology – What you need to know - Future of Artificial Intelligence - Edge computing and the future of cloud - Micromax In 1b Review - Micromax is coming back to the Indian smartphone market with the In Note 1 and In 1b smartphones. University of Helsinki spin­out com­pany Nano­form to go pub­lic -