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Deleting the Facebook App Will Double Your Phone’s Battery Life

Deleting the Facebook App Will Double Your Phone’s Battery Life

mag404 May 26, 2017 Comments Off on Deleting the Facebook App Will Double Your Phone’s Battery Life

We’ve covered how Instagram is seriously damaging to mental health, but another self-study revealed that Facebook‘s mobile app is the most draining of your smartphone battery life. This observation came to light after Inc.

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Could An AI Ever Be Elected President?

Could An AI Ever Be Elected President?

mag404 May 25, 2017 Comments Off on Could An AI Ever Be Elected President?

The president. A highly coveted and highly controversial role, one traditionally held by humans. The use of “traditionally” is a recently added modifier, one necessary when discussing a Wired article suggesting that the role of president

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New Facebook Option Allows Food Ordering Right From App

New Facebook Option Allows Food Ordering Right From App

mag404 May 20, 2017 Comments Off on New Facebook Option Allows Food Ordering Right From App

Facebook once again looks to widen its market at become a one stop shop for just about everything you would want on the internet after the introduction of a new feature that allows individuals

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The Robots Taking Factory Jobs Just Had Their Best Quarter Ever

The Robots Taking Factory Jobs Just Had Their Best Quarter Ever

mag404 May 11, 2017 Comments Off on The Robots Taking Factory Jobs Just Had Their Best Quarter Ever

The North American robotics industry had its best first quarter ever in 2017, in terms of both money made and robots sold. A new report published last week by the Robotic Industries Association finds

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Apple May Soon Be Worth $1 Trillion USD

Apple May Soon Be Worth $1 Trillion USD

mag404 May 9, 2017 Comments Off on Apple May Soon Be Worth $1 Trillion USD

Despite worries about an iPhone 8 delay, Apple has had an incredible year and it looks like things are only going to get better for its stock value. According to reports, the Cupertino tech

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Most US Homes Are Now Cellphone-Only

Most US Homes Are Now Cellphone-Only

mag404 May 4, 2017 Comments Off on Most US Homes Are Now Cellphone-Only

Are landline phones going the way of floppy disks and VCRs? A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says yes. In the last six months of 2016, less than half

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Think Twice Before You Open That Google Doc

Think Twice Before You Open That Google Doc

mag404 May 4, 2017 Comments Off on Think Twice Before You Open That Google Doc

If you can’t trust an official Google login page then what can you trust, eh? An innovative phishing scam briefly spread like wildfire today before being snuffed out by Google – it was using

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Experts Think That Artificial Intelligence Will Soon Be Replacing CEOs

Experts Think That Artificial Intelligence Will Soon Be Replacing CEOs

mag404 May 1, 2017 Comments Off on Experts Think That Artificial Intelligence Will Soon Be Replacing CEOs

Automation is changing society as we know it. The precipitating effects of artificial intelligence (AI) seem like a double-edged blade. While it’s certainly exciting to see robots manipulate their environment with a hive mind,

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Apple Might Be Planning to Charge Your Future iPhone Using WiFi

Apple Might Be Planning to Charge Your Future iPhone Using WiFi

mag404 April 28, 2017 Comments Off on Apple Might Be Planning to Charge Your Future iPhone Using WiFi

It has long been rumored that the iPhone 8 will have wireless charging in the form of wireless charging stations, but new Apple news, revealed yesterday, could completely blow that development out of the water

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Solar Sidewalks Could Power Our Cities

Solar Sidewalks Could Power Our Cities

mag404 April 27, 2017 Comments Off on Solar Sidewalks Could Power Our Cities

This summer will see the planned opening of a solar-powered sidewalk on the campus of Thompson Rivers University in British Columbia. The 1,200-foot array should be able to generate about 15,000 kilowatt-hours a year

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