Stanford University is Developing a Smart Toilet

The advancement of technology continually assists humans in their daily lives. These can include products like mobile phones or medical innovations like the “Smart Toilet”. A new iteration of the smart toilet is being developed by Stanford University, which will use a sequence of sensors and cameras to determine your “Anal Footprint”. Data will be...

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Drones Spraying Disinfectant Being Considered

The regulations surrounding drones in the United Kingdom are considerably harsh, with the technology almost impossible to use without multiple permits. Drone Experts are demanding that these regulations be relaxed, and new chemical spraying measures be implemented amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic. Drone pilots across the United Kingdom could be trained on these emergency services, allowing...

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Amazon & Microsoft Teaming Up Against Covid-19

The Amazon Company and Microsoft Corporation are teaming up to ensure the delivery of coronavirus test kits. This is being accomplished through the Gates Foundation’s Coronavirus Assessment Network, which is determining how Covid-19 is spread globally. Amongst their research, a group of drivers will deliver testing kits throughout North America. Testing kits in Seattle’s King...

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Amazon and Tesla Implement New Strategies Amidst Coronavirus

After delegations with health officials and government representatives, Tesla Incorporated confirmed they’ll be implementing a three-week lockdown on production. This decision was performed to ensure the general public safety, with it expected to limit the production volumes for the Model Y drastically. High demand for the new Tesla Model Y will be delayed, with pre-order...

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Tech Companies Called to White House for Coronavirus Assistance

Representatives with the worlds most prominent tech companies met together through a teleconference with the White House on March 11th. This meeting pertained to the coronavirus outbreak and their response towards the pandemic. Participants in this meeting included Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google, Twitter and Microsoft. This information came directly from the White House, with the...

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WHO Launches TikTok Account to Eliminate Coronavirus Misinformation

The World Health Organization has been scrambling to provide accurate information regarding the coronavirus. They are taking new extremes to reach the public by creating an international TikTok account. Working under the United Nations as their central public health agency, they’ve been leading the fight towards this epidemic. Their first video shows the Technical Lead...

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Mobile World Conference Continued Closures

Confirmations of multiple companies that are cancelling their shows and booths at the Mobile World Conference have flooded in recently. Nokia, Vodafone, Telekom and BT announced that they wouldn’t appear at MWC 2020 with concerns relating to the coronavirus. It’s prompted the head organizers to determine if the event should be entirely cancelled, with some...

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Xerox Taking Over Hewlett Packard

The Xerox Corporation is setting aside all niceties in its desire to see the company merge with Hewlett-Packard and has taken those desires hostile. It announced on Thursdays that the company will nominate eleven new directors that will replace the current board at HP during its next shareholder meeting. Xerox has been trying to takeover...

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Russia Bans International Softwares on Tech Gadgets

New legislation has been enacted by the Russian government that will drastically alter the technology market when its implemented in July 2020. Technology products using international software will be banned going forward after the upcoming summer unless they follow new guidelines created by Russian Authorities. This will apply to computers, smartphones, and smart televisions. Vladimir...

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Motorola Announcing the One Hyper

The Motorola Company has become a notable developer of mobile phones again in 2019. Though they never stopped providing smartphones to consumers, their popularity dropped drastically with the rise of Apple and Samsung. When they released a modernized version of the Motorola Razr, thousands supported the new device with pre-orders. Since then, there have been...

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