Technology

There are so many advantages with improved technology in our daily life. With the help of mobile technology we are able to talk to our friends and relatives who are living far from us. With the help of internet, we are able to learn new things and online courses etc. With the help of aviation technology we are able to reach distant places within hours which took years of time to reach in olden days. We are using the all natural resources available for making our life better. With the help of social networking we are able to find our childhood friends, relatives etc. and important events in their life. With the help of information technology we are able to share information to any part of the world with in milliseconds. With progressive technology in the agriculture field, we are able to meet food requirements of people all over the world.

It is a different world than the one in which most of us were raised in, in terms of technology and convenience. Technology is here to stay to make our lives easier. We don’t have to remember phone numbers, look at a map to get where we are going or worry about complaints of “are we there yet?” when we can rely on our devices to inform and entertain us. We can now answer medical questions, get answers to questions like “What does this rash mean?” and make airline reservations, pay bills or compare prices from the convenience of our homes because, “there’s an app for that”.

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Chronological History of Technology and Related Events

WSJ Investigation Further Debunks Google’s Claim of No Manual Intervention in Searches

WSJ Investigation Further Debunks Google’s Claim of No Manual Intervention in Searches

A major investigation by The Wall Street Journal has unearthed yet more material in a growing pile of evidence that shows Google manually intervenes in its search results, sometimes in a manner that favors the political left. The investigation, a product of multiple reporters working over several months, shows among other things that: Following complaints from pro-abortion group Naral, 39 percent of Google search results for the term ...
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WSJ Report: Google’s ‘Project Nightingale’ Gathers Personal Health Data on Millions of Americans

WSJ Report: Google’s ‘Project Nightingale’ Gathers Personal Health Data on Millions of Americans

Google is facing a federal investigation after a report that revealed the tech giant was working on a project to collect health data on millions of Americans. Google partnered with Ascension, the second-largest health care system in the U.S., in an effort to create software using artificial intelligence (AI) technology to analyze patient information and give people recommendations to improve their health as part of a not-so-secret project titled ...
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Google Agrees To Buy Fitbit For About $2.1 Billion

Google Agrees To Buy Fitbit For About $2.1 Billion

Google has agreed to purchase fitness watchmaker Fitbit for about $2.1 billion, the activity-tracking company announced in a Friday press release. Both companies have received backlash for their data-collection practices — Google for its massive scale of data collection and Fitbit for collecting specific individual health-related data. “Fitbit will come under Google’s privacy policy. Similar to our other products, including Fit, we will be transparent about the data we collect and ...
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Facebook Pays $644,000 UK Fine Over Cambridge Analytica Case, Doesn’t Admit Fault

Facebook Pays $644,000 UK Fine Over Cambridge Analytica Case, Doesn’t Admit Fault

Facebook has agreed to pay the Information Commissioner’s Office, the United Kingdom’s privacy regulator, a £500,000 fine on Wednesday over its Cambridge Analytica data leak, but did not admit any wrongdoing in the matter. The fine, equal to about $644,000 at current exchange rates, comes after more than a year of legal back-and-forth between the social network and U.K. regulators. It’s also the maximum amount the ...
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Facebook Announces New Feature, Facebook News, Which will Pay Some Outlets Millions for Content

Facebook Announces New Feature, Facebook News, Which will Pay Some Outlets Millions for Content

Facebook is rolling out a new feature, Facebook News, which is commonly being referred to as the News Tab. The feature will deliver news from 200 sources, including Breitbart News, to users of the social network. The company will also fund a selection of the 200 news sources, although it won’t say which ones or how much. Admin Note: It seems that since these outlets can't ...
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Study: Google makes its Websites Faster than Rival Services by Using Code to Dominate Networks

Study: Google makes its Websites Faster than Rival Services by Using Code to Dominate Networks

The Telegraph reports that a recent study claims that Google makes its websites faster than rival services by using code to dominate online networks. Researchers from Cargenie Mellon University and software firm Nefell Networks claim in the study that a Google algorithm can dominate almost half of a network’s capacity when there are multiple online services vying for connections. The report claims that Google-owned websites such as YouTube could stream videos faster ...
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Peruvian Doctor claims Recent Advancements in Brain Chip Technology Could be due to “Secret, Forced, and Illicit Human Experimentation” by Big Tech & Rogue Government

Peruvian Doctor claims Recent Advancements in Brain Chip Technology Could be due to “Secret, Forced, and Illicit Human Experimentation” by Big Tech & Rogue Government

A doctor from Peru claims that recent advancements in brain chip technology could be due to “secret, forced, and illicit human experimentation” by a consortium of transnational tech companies and governments operating outside of the law. A 2016 paper published in the Egyptian Journal of Internal Medicine warned that “secret, forced, and illicit human experimentation” could be happening in Latin America, where poverty stricken masses are ...
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Apple CEO Tim Cook Blacklists Hong Kong Protest Tracking App

Apple CEO Tim Cook Blacklists Hong Kong Protest Tracking App

Apple CEO Tim Cook, after blacklisting an app tracking Hong Kong protest and police activity over a week earlier (Oct 3rd), defended the company’s decision. One Hong Kong legislative counselor commented, “We Hongkongers will definitely look closely at whether Apple chooses to uphold its commitment to free expression and other basic human rights, or become an accomplice for Chinese censorship and oppression.” Bloomberg reports that Apple CEO Tim ...
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Report: 2 out of 3 Child Porn Reports Related to Facebook Messenger

Report: 2 out of 3 Child Porn Reports Related to Facebook Messenger

A recent report from the New York Times outlines how child pornography has exploded across the Internet, including the startling fact that two out of every three reports of child sexual abuse material involve Facebook Messenger. A recent report from the New York Times titled “The Internet Is Overrun With Images of Child Sexual Abuse. What Went Wrong?” outlines the growing problem of child pornography online and how ...
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Internal Document Details Google Retaliation Against Employees who Reported Abuse

Internal Document Details Google Retaliation Against Employees who Reported Abuse

A leaked document tells 45 stories of Google employees who claim they've experienced sexual harassment, personal insults, and racism, and were then sidelined and denied promotion for being "too much of an activist." Apparently a product of the company's campaign to uncover cases of retaliation, the document is a cache of personal accounts submitted by Google employees to an internal company forum. The document was first ...
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