The US government is making progress on developing a surveillance system that would pair computers with video cameras to scan crowds and automatically identify people by their faces, according to newly disclosed documents and interviews with researchers working on the project. The Department of Homeland Security tested a crowd-scanning project called the Biometric
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Microsoft’s acquisition of handset major Nokia’s phone division has drawn a lot of interest in the tech and business world. Will beleaguered Nokia be better able to succeed at what it could not as a standalone player? Will Microsoft be able to rewrite its smartphone story now & compete better with Apple and Google?
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The popular messaging app WhatsApp has launched voice massaging, a new feature that allows users to record and send audio messages on their smartphones.
Said to be a brainchild of the US-based company’s co-founder and CEO Jan Koum, the new feature allows users to just hold to record a message and release to send it.
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Facebook’s quest to be a personalized newspaper for the internet age continued on Tuesday with tweaks aimed at making sure members spy hot stories from their friends.
Changes to the leading social network’s formula for figuring out which posts will be of interest included “bumping” up potentially intriguing stories that went unnoticed during
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How to fix Shift key to release caps lock in Windows 8?
a) Right click on the bottom left side corner of the desktop
b) Select “control panel.”
c) Open “Languages” and select “Advanced Settings”.
d) Click on “Change language bar hot keys” option under “Switching input methods”
e) Select “Advanced key settings” options
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