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iPhone Chipmaker Dialog expects a single-digit drop in sales following completion of Apple's license agreement

Apple's Dialog Semiconductor announced a slight increase in operating profit in the fourth quarter on Wednesday, but warned investors that its revenue would fall in 2019 as Apple signs a deal to license Apple's iPhone energy management technology becomes. According to Reuters Dialog's share rose nearly 4 percent after its single-digit percentage decline forecast this year exceeded analysts' predictions of …

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Singapore tests Volvo's full-size self-drive buses

One of the advantages in a world where we all sit in self-driving vehicles is that theoretically accidents between vehicles are minimal and that everyone should arrive on time. This is especially important in public transport, and Singapore wants to build on that. According to an announcement by Nanyang Technical University, Singapore, it seems they are trying to test Volvo …

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We never intended to mass-produce the holeless phone

Disclosure Each product here is selected independently by Mashable journalists. When you buy something, you may receive an affiliate commission that supports our work. The holeless telephone has no future for the time being. [19659004] Image: Raymond Wong / Mashable By Stan A hit. 19659008] Do you remember Meizu's gapless "zero" phone? What we found hidden on one of the …

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Taxing Your Privacy – TechCrunch

More Contributions from this Contributor The Modest Start of Big Data Collecting data by mobile tracking is big business and the potential of companies helping governments to monetize this data is enormous. For consumers, the protection against who, what and where of the data flow is only the beginning. Now the question arises: how do you ensure that your data …

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A new method for DNA testing could solve more shootings

Police found 19 spent shells in the Strait of San Diego, where Gregory Benton was assassinated on April 12, 2014. Benton and his cousin had bought cigarettes, a witness said. When they returned to a family party, two men behind them got into a car. They got out and at least one of them opened the fire. The witnesses did …

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Why content moderators are interested in conspiracy theories?

Discussing my story about the secret life of Facebook content moderators in America last week, I was often asked how the job can increase the susceptibility of workers to conspiracy theories. In my interviews with workers on a content hosting site in Phoenix, I kept hearing about how fully the work environment was filled with people who believed they believed …

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