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Amazon’s latest AI musical keyboard is not received well

The latest invention of Amazon is a musical keyboard equipped with a built-in artificial intelligence (AI) composer. Known as the AWS DeepComposer, it is a two-octave, 32 key keyboard, which can be connected to computers with a USB cable. With…

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Japan’s beer exports to South Korea drop down to zero

Owning to a dispute between Japan and South Korea, the number of beer exports hit rock bottom last month and intensified the trade tensions between the Asian neighbours. Food exports of Japan were down in October by 58.1%, according to…

Netflix ‘reactivated’ dormant accounts

Netflix ‘reactivated’ dormant accounts without permission

Netflix has reactivated accounts of former Netflix customers without their consent. Sources allege these customers had cancelled their subscriptions months ago. According to BBC Radio 4’s You & Yours programme, criminals can log in to inactive accounts and can reactivate…

India’s Ola cabs to launch in London

Indian Transportation Network Company has been signing up drivers in London to launch services in the capital city in the “coming weeks.” The decision came after London refused to renew the firm’s licence to operate in the capital. The licence…

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Uber licence under threat in London

Transport for London (TfL) won’t grant a new license to Uber for operations in London, owning to its continual safety failures. Despite being a licence holder, the Uber taxi app was not “fit and proper” alleged the regulator. According to…

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Google limits political adverts

Recent reports from Google suggests the website will no longer permit political campaigns to be part of advertising based on people’s political inclination. As per the new regulations, campaigns won’t be able to view the database of prospective voters against…

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‘Sexist’ credit card drags Apple into investigation

A latest investigation carried out by a US financial regulator throws light on different credit limits for men and women offered by Apple’s credit card. The news drew complaints including those from Apple’s co-founder, Steve Wozniak, who stated that the…

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Scientists create a double sticky tape inspired by spiders

Team of scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have designed a double-sided tape which sticks to the body tissue after surgery. Sources allege the tape has been inspired by the process of how spiders exude glue in order to…