On the internet, privacy is a luxury that no one can practically enjoy.
The Android mobile operating system was able to differentiate itself from Apple's iOS by using sugary names.
Webmasters that want to to submit their site to Bing, or to get report or access diagnostic tools from it, they need to first verify their ownership in Bing Webmaster Tools.
Huawei may be behind Google, Facebook and some other U.S.-based companies when it comes to AI development, but this doesn't stop it from trying.
With cryptocurrency usage has become more common for modern transactions, more people want to own those digital coins for either for payment or investment.
People may be capable of typing in all full 10 fingers. But even if they can do that efficiently, rarely that they can type without making mistakes.
Facebook is never a good friend with privacy, but still, it's always trying to be one.
Training Artificial Intelligence (AI) requires a lot of computing power, and this is one of the reasons why the task is seemingly difficult.
To enjoy the internet, we rely on our chosen Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to manage our bandwidth.
Google deploys various ways to track its users. And this time, it's ending one of them.