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Sara Rose

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She has spent the past 4 years playing the role of an IT consultant, and has now joined The Next Digit as a full time blogger. Her current profession is a result of her deep experience in computer gadgets, laptops, gaming accessories and other tech updates.

The Amazing World of Yooka Laylee Game

Yooka Laylee screenshot

Yooka Laylee gained its popularity, being one of the most successful game Kickstarter. Initially, the game appeared as a Kickstarter which had an insignificant purpose. Due to fans’ attention and the help of some of the developers from Rare, the game surpassed its initial Kickstarter goal, further developing the objective of the game. This game bring back memories regarding Banjo ...

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Bragi Rolls Out the Affordable The Headphone Earbuds

Bragi Rolls Out the Affordable The Headphone Earbuds

The Headphone earbuds are the latest product from Kickstarter-launched startup Bragi. The new earbuds are based on their predecessor, The Dash. However, although you may image there are more expensive, the new device is actually cheaper. The audio gear manufacturer addresses to those individuals who own or plan on buying a smartphone without the standard 3.5mm jack. As you may ...

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Twitter Rolls Out Monetization – How to Make Money on Twitter

Twitter Rolls Out Monetization – How to Make Money on Twitter

Twitter rolls out monetization, a new feature that allows users to make money on the platform. Video creators might have a new way to earn revenue from ads. Creators of all sizes will have access to the new feature that will monetize their content in various way and generate income. “The Amplify Publisher Program provides approved creators in the US ...

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Facebook’s AI Vision Tools Are Now Open Source

Facebook’s AI Vision Tools Are Now Open Source

Facebook’s AI vision tools are now open source. DeepMask, SharpMask, and MultiPathNet will be made available to anyone interested in computer vision. The ultimate goal is to help the Artificial Intelligence community make new advancements in this field. The three tools are the work of Facebook’s Artificial Intelligence Research (FAIR) team. They were created to teach computers how to intelligently ...

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Singapore Wants to Cut Off Internet Access for Civil Servants

Singapore Wants to Cut Off Internet Access for Civil Servants

Singapore wants to cut off internet access for civil servants as a way to protect itself against cyber-attacks and espionage. It is reported that some ministries have already been disconnected from the Web. However, experts question the move and say that it will not improve cyber security all that much. Singapore is well-known as a nation with some of the ...

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Comcast Launched GB Internet Service in Chicago

Comcast Launched GB Internet Service in Chicago

Comcast launched GB internet service in the Chicago area. The company has begun offering the gigabit internet this Wednesday. This follows Comcast’s other tests in the cities of Atlanta and Nashville, both trials having started earlier in 2016. Comcast’s new high-speed internet service delivers up to 1GB per second (Gbps) and uses the DOCSIS 3.1 technology to deliver such impressive ...

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Fossil Q Wander and Q Marshal Available for Pre-Order

Fossil Q Wander and Q Marshal Available for Pre-Order

Fossil Q Wander and Q Marshal, the slimmer Android Wear smartwatches, are now up for pre-orders. Fossil announced the new additions back in March but no details regarding the price or the release date were made available. The well-known retailer has just released new information, so get to take out your wallet. The wait is now over. The two smartwatches ...

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6GB Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Off to China

6GB Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Off to China

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is rumored to be heading to China. It is believed that the new smartphone will feature 6GB of RAM, as opposed to the priorly announced 4GB of RAM. It’s not the first time that Samsung leaves some of its customers disappointed by providing other markets with better specs. The phablet was officially announced by the Korean ...

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New Rumors on Nintendo NX

New Rumors on Nintendo NX

The Nintendo NX is the Japanese consumer electronics and software corporation’s long-awaited console. Although the handheld gaming device is set to arrive in early 2017, not much we know about the upcoming release. However, recently leaked information gives us a clue about what to expect. According to Euro Gamer’s sources, the device’s design will feature two detachable controllers on the ...

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Porsche’s Mission E Will Create Hundreds of Jobs

Porsche’s Mission E Will Create Hundreds of Jobs

Porsche’s Mission E electric automobile will contribute to creating over 1,400 jobs. The company plans to hire hundreds of individuals to develop, build, and ultimately sell the battery-powered car. The electric vehicle will most likely be launched in 2019. Porsche is part of the Volkswagen Group, which has recently revealed its plans to roll out over 30 models by the ...

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