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Teen tweets from smart fridge after mother takes away phone
Science

Teen tweets from smart fridge after mother takes away phone

Just as technology continues to evolve, kids keep coming up with new and innovative ideas to use them for their benefit.
Apparently, Chinese kids work nights to build Amazon's Alexa devices
Science

Apparently, Chinese kids work nights to build Amazon's Alexa devices

Amazon's Alexa devices are very popular, but over the last few months, the internet giant has been facing a lot of flak because of them.
Pentagon is flying balloons for spying on people: Details here
Science

Pentagon is flying balloons for spying on people: Details here

Amid privacy-related debacles, the Pentagon is testing a new technology for mass-surveillance - balloons.
Eight of Quentin Tarantino's films, ranked worst to best
Entertainment

Eight of Quentin Tarantino's films, ranked worst to best

Quentin Tarantino's ninth offering, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is yet to hit theaters in India, but is already creating quite a buzz.
Apple responds to criticism, stops contractors from hearing Siri conversations
Science

Apple responds to criticism, stops contractors from hearing Siri conversations

Just recently, a scary report revealed how Apple's contractors listened to recordings of private Siri conversations.
Like Amazon, Apple's contractors also listen to private Siri conversations
Science

Like Amazon, Apple's contractors also listen to private Siri conversations

Just a few weeks ago, a report claimed that Amazon's employees get wide access to the recordings of Alexa conversations, something they could use to pin down the exact location of people.
Chandrayaan-2: ISRO's moon mission is cheaper than 'Avengers: Endgame'
India

Chandrayaan-2: ISRO's moon mission is cheaper than 'Avengers: Endgame'

Fifty years after Apollo 11 made the historic Moon landing, India's second Moon mission, Chandrayaan-2, plans to "go where no country has ever gone before": the satellite's South Pole.
Tourists visiting China are being forced to install 'data-stealing' malware
World

Tourists visiting China are being forced to install 'data-stealing' malware

If you are a privacy freak (like me), visiting China shouldn't be on your travel bucket list.
How to respond to alien contact? Scientists float a survey
Science

How to respond to alien contact? Scientists float a survey

Despite scouring the night skies for decades, we haven't discovered a tiny bit of evidence proving the existence of life beyond Earth.

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