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Samsung Fixed The Water Resistance Problem Of Galaxy S7 Active

Samsung Galaxy s7

If you’re a Samsung Galaxy S7 Active owner and the handset’s recent failed Consumer Reports water resistance test has been giving you sleepless nights, then this piece of news should make you feel better.[9] Check also: Samsung Foldable Smartphone Just Around The Corner Samsung claims to have fixed a manufacturing defect in the Galaxy S7 Active that made some handsets ...

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Meet Self-driving Mercedes Benz Bus That Traveled 12 Mile Trip

self-driving bus

City Pilot has taken a key early step towards fully autonomous public transportation:[9] The Mercedes-Benz self-driving bus program saw one of its Future Bus vehicles drive 20 km (or around 12.4 miles) in the Netherlands, [6]on a route that connected Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport with the nearby town of Haarlem. Check also: Google’s self-driving cars are being crashed by human driven cars ...

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Meet China’s Longest Glass Bridge

China's glass bidge

Just in case the public wasn’t sufficiently convinced by a journalist smashing the world’s longest and highest glass bridge with a sledgehammer ( and surviving ),[9]the owners of the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon bridge in China decided to prove its safety by upping the ante over the weekend.[4] Check also: India’s Bullet Train To Travel Under The Sea In its latest media-directed “safety ...

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Smacc Builds AI To Automate All Your Accounting


Smacc, which uses AI to automate accounting,[9] has secured a $3.5 million Series A round from Cherry Ventures, Rocket Internet, Dieter von Holtzbrinck Ventures,[4] Grazia Equity and business angels. Check also: Microsoft To Acquire LinkedIn For $26.2 Billion Smacc offers small and medium-sized enterprises a platform to digitize and automate accounting and financial processes.[12] The founding trio Uli Erxleben,[1] Janosch ...

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Zimbabwe’s Richest Man Agreed To Buy Neotel For $430 Million

neotel for strive masiyiwa also on coronavirus, face masks /mask, lockdown

Liquid Telecom is a U.K-based internet broadband provider which is controlled by Strive Masiyiwa, Zimbabwe’s richest man,[9] has reportedly agreed to acquire South African telecom operator Neotel for $6.55 billion ($430 million) from Tata Communications, [4]a subsidiary of Indian conglomerate, Tata Group. Check also:Africa’s Richest Man Bids For Automaker Peugeot Liquid Telecom will be partnering with Royal Bafokeng Holdings (RBH),[2] ...

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