Cows Get Their Own Tinder-Style App for Breeding in UK

Cows and bulls searching for “moo love” now have a mobile app to help their breeders. A UK farming startup introduced a Tinder-style app, called Tudder, that lets farmers find breeding matches by viewing... Read more »

Facebook Expands Fact-Checking in India Ahead of General Election

Facebook Inc is expanding its fact-checking network in India to curb the spread of misinformation as the world’s largest democracy prepares for a general election that must be held by May, the... Read more »

Swiggy Acqui-Hires Bengaluru-Based AI Startup Kint.io

Online food ordering and delivery app Swiggy on Monday announced it has acqui-hired Kint.io, an artificial intelligence (AI) startup that applies deep learning and computer vision for object recognition in video, for... Read more »

Swiggy Acqui-Hires Bengaluru-Based AI Startup Kint.io

Online food ordering and delivery app Swiggy on Monday announced it has acqui-hired Kint.io, an artificial intelligence (AI) startup that applies deep learning and computer vision for object recognition in video, for... Read more »

Chrome 72 Rolled Out for Desktop, Android, and iOS Users

Google has released Chrome 72 for its mobile and desktop users, and it brings a host of security improvements, along with new features for developers as well. The Chrome browser on Windows,... Read more »

WhatsApp Web Picture-in-Picture Mode Gets Support for Facebook, Instagram, YouTube Links

Just last month, WhatsApp introduced Picture-in-Picture mode for desktop users globally, but at that time, it only worked for the videos shared by the users themselves. With the latest update, WhatsApp Web... Read more »

Amazon ‘Rekognition’ Face-Detection Technology Shows Bias, Researchers Say

Facial-detection technology that Amazon is marketing to law enforcement often misidentifies women, particularly those with darker skin, according to researchers from MIT and the University of Toronto. Privacy and civil rights advocates... Read more »

Uber Threatens to Pull Back from Barcelona

Uber on Wednesday threatened to pull back from Barcelona after the regional government unveiled new regulations which will severely restrict ride-hailing services, as taxis upped the pressure with a restive strike. The... Read more »

Microsoft Edge Gets NewsGuard Integration on Mobile to Curb Fake News

The proliferation of fake news has emerged as a major cause of concern in the hyper-connected digital age we live in, forcing tech giants to adopt a proactive approach to control it.... Read more »

Uber Seen Exploring Autonomous Bikes, Scooters Options

Resuming its self-driving programme, global ride-sharing major Uber has hired a “micromobility robotics” team to work on autonomous bikes and scooters. The company is working to develop electric scooters and bicycles which... Read more »