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Android Police 09/25/2020 11:30
It will be offered as a "Google Assistant experience" later this winter. Back in 2018, , Google's experimental product division, , a free reading-practice app for kids. It has since and gained smartphone support, making it more accessible to a higher number of parents and children. As Rivet is a Google product, it was safe to assume the app could be axed unexpectedly, which is precisely what the company just announced. Rivet offered a collection of more than 1,500 free books for kids to practice reading, combined with a child-friendly UI. was written by the awesome team at .
SiliconANGLE 09/25/2020 11:29
This is the golden age of machine learning. Once considered peripheral, machine learning technology is becoming a core part of businesses around the world. From healthcare to agriculture, fintech to media and entertainment, machine learning holds great promise for industries universally. Although standing up machine learning projects can seem daunting, ingraining a machine learning-forward mindset […]. .
Tribune India 09/25/2020 11:26
New Delhi, September 25. WhatsApp on Friday said messages sent on its platform are end-to-end encrypted and only the recipient of a message can read the content. The statement comes at a time when WhatsApp chats of Bollywood actors about drugs have been purportedly leaked and has raised concerns among WhatsApp users about privacy of their conversations on the messaging platform. "WhatsApp protects your messages with end-to-end encryption so that only you and the person you're communicating with can read what is sent, and nobody in between can access it, not even WhatsApp," a WhatsApp spokesperson said. The spokesperson also said that people sign up on WhatsApp using only a phone number and that the Facebook-owned company does not have access.
Android Police 09/25/2020 11:23
Five times the lenses doesn't mean five times the quality. Samsung's Galaxy A series is one of its best-selling, thanks in part to the "flagship feel" without the flagship price. , bearing a close resemblance to the S20 series and its impressive spec sheet. It seems as though its successor, the A72, will have even more to offer thanks to a penta-camera setup, making it the first Samsung smartphone to boast that many rear sensors. With a 64MP primary sensor, 12MP ultra-wide, 8MP telephoto with 3X optical zoom, 5MP macro lens, and finally, a 5MP unit dedicated to portrait shots, this camera array sounds impressive — according to this rumor, at least. was written by the awesome team at .

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