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Does the partnership provide BSNL an edge over competitors, likes of Airtel and Reliance Jio?

#BSNL #Softbank #Telecom #5G #India
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How Relationship Stress Can Affect Your Gut Health—And How To Fix It

Stress can be destructive.

https://goo.gl/s6BTu7
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Chrome is, perhaps by now, the world’s top browser in terms of reach. But while the product is made by Google, based on an open source foundation, not all Chrome users would identify themselves as Google users as far as the company’s services go or vice…
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Do you spy on your clients, customers and competitors’ website? If not, then start doing it today.

https://wp.me/p8rG0l-13U

#BlogIdeas
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Samsung Galaxy J6+ and J4+ : Price, Availability & Offers #GalaxyJ4Plus #GalaxyJ6Plus #SamsungNews
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Though these aren't full-size versions, the wallpaper screenshots give us a glimpse at what we could expect from the Pixel 3 come October 9. #News #Google #GooglePixel3
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The Morning After: Android is ten years old https://engt.co/2xyOYJR
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Google Reveals Upcoming Pixel 3 colors: Mint, White, and Black #Google #Pixel3 #news #mobile
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Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus Tips and Tricks, the ultimate How to guide #GalaxyS9 #GalaxyS9Plus
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Settings you may wanna tweak in the Galaxy Note 9 #GalaxyNote9
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Hole in Sun's Atmosphere Amps Up Northern Lights

The northern lights just got a boost thanks to a big hole in the sun's atmosphere, and there could be something of a repeat showing tonight.

https://thetechinside.com/northern-lights-get-boost-by-hole-in-suns-atmosphere/
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Ever have one of those days where you just can’t focus on anything? If you’re crawling through your work day and your brain just doesn’t feel as sharp as it should, water might be the answer. That advice comes from a new research effort that looked at the results of 33 different studies related to mental acuity and dehydration, and there’s some very solid evidence that the two are linked.

https://todaysintech.com/cant-concentrate-scientists-say-you-should-drink-some-water/
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While its devices are still making it millions, Apple is seen to be shifting to a more services-oriented business model. Like what Amazon does with its Kindle and Fire devices, iPhones, iPads, and Macs are increasingly becoming gateways into Apple’s…
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»Skeggs has not contacted Microsoft about his findings, as he recognized that this was a part of an intended functionality in the Windows OS, and not a vulnerability.

This file is not dangerous unless users enable the handwriting recognition feature, and even in those scenarios, unless a threat actor compromises the user's system, either through malware or via physical access.

While this may not be an actual security issue, users focused on their data privacy should be aware that by using the handwriting recognition feature, they may be inadvertently creating a giant database of all the text-based files found on their systems in one central location.

According to Skeggs, the default location of this file is at:

C:\Users\%User%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\InputPersonalization\TextHarvester\WaitList.dat«

Das betrifft nicht nur Paßworte, sondern auch alle anderen Texte und Worte, von denen ein Benutzer eventuell nicht möchte, daß sie indiziert, komplettiert oder sonstwie exponiert werden.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/this-windows-file-may-be-secretly-hoarding-your-passwords-and-emails/
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Huawei confident that Kirin 980 will be better than Apple's A12 Bionic processor - Apple introduced its next-generation A12 Bionic chip less than two weeks ago, and one of the company's rivals, Huawei is already contesting its performance. When Apple announced the A12 Bionic SoC (system-on-chip), it said that it's the smartest and most powerful processor to ever be included inside an iPhone and that it's the first 7nm chip to be available on the market. Now, Huawei is pretty confident that ...
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Scientists have developed a new artificial intelligence system that can track a person's eye movements to identify their personality type. Researchers, including those from the University of Stuttgart in Germany and Flinders University in Australia used state-of-the-art machine-learning algorithms to demonstrate a link between personality and eye movements. Their findings show that people's eye movements reveal whether they are sociable, conscientious or curious, with the algorithm software reliably recognising four of the Big Five personality traits: neuroticism, extroversion, agreeableness, and conscientiousness.

https://todaysintech.com/new-ai-system-now-tracks-personality-traits-from-eye-movements/
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It sounds like Apple’s original content is going to be really, really bad https://tcrn.ch/2xztcFL
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