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This Tyre Attachment Is Capable Of Getting Your Stuck Car Out Of The Mud In Seconds

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Every Off road fanatic knows that getting your vehicle stuck in a hole is part and parcel of the adventure. So whether you are travelling on a snowy mountain, or treading in a limitless desert, you need to have the required tools to get you out of the mess.                                                                 Usually, all the professional adventurists have those heavy and expensive winches in their cars to get out of a rut, but there is a tool we are going to cover today ,this tool  is  easy and cheap to use.



      This winch variant is called the Bush Winch, and it is designed to attach to the nuts on your wheels and then allow the wheel to rotate and wind up the winch to get out of the rut. The Bush Winch uses only the power of your car’s engine to take your car out of the ditch, thus eliminating the need to spend on the expensive, heavy and dangerous to use contemporary winches. 

The winch doesn’t require a fancy bumper mount or any other expensive equipment to be used, as…

WhatsApp Reportedly Letting Users Delete Sent Messages: How It Works

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HIGHLIGHTS WhatsApp's 'Delete for Everyone' now showing upThe feature is reportedly being rolled out slowlyIt is one of the most anticipated featuresWhatsApp message delete/ recall feature has been in the rumour mill for nearly a year now, with the company mentioning it in the internal code. But fans will be pleased to know that the feature, which had not made an official appearance so far, has started trickling out to some WhatsApp users. WABetainfo now reports that the new feature, named 'Delete for Everyone', has started rolling out to some users on Android, iPhone, and Windows Phone apps. It only works if both the recipient and sender have the latest version of WhatsApp installed, the site notes, and it also works on Web version.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4NldHMfhHM


How to use WhatsApp 'Delete for Everyone' featureThe feature is said to be one of the most requested one, and is likely to make things slightly easier for WhatsApp users. The report says…

Facebook Dealt Setback by EU Court Adviser in Privacy Dispute

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HIGHLIGHTS Facebook could be in the firing line of European data privacy regulatorsFacebook's EU base is in IrelandA new EU privacy law that will take effect in May 2018 Facebook was dealt a setback on Tuesday when an adviser to the top European Union court said any data protection authority in the bloc had the power to take action against it for breaching privacy laws. Facebook has its European headquarters in Ireland and has argued that only the Irish data protection authority has the power to police it for its processing of Europeans' data. Nonetheless other European privacy regulators, including the French, Belgian and German authorities, have taken action against the US company. Yves Bot, advocate general at the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ), said in a non-binding opinion that any national authority could take action against a company for breaching data protection laws in the context of its activities in the country, even if the company is established in anothe…

WhatsApp Faces Increased Pressure From EU Privacy Regulators Over User Data Sharing

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HIGHLIGHTS EU has warned WhatsApp again over its data sharing policy with FacebookWhatsApp last year announced to start sharing user's data with FacebookIt still hadn't resolved its concerns over getting user's consent on this European Union privacy regulators rapped WhatsApp on the knuckles for not resolving their concerns over the messaging service's sharing of user data with parent company Facebook, a year after they first issued a warning. The popular messaging service changed its privacy policy last year to start sharing users' phone numbers and other information with Facebook. That drew widespread regulatory scrutiny across Europe, and WhatsApp subsequently suspended the data sharing for EU users . In a letter sent to WhatsApp on Tuesday and published on Wednesday, the group of EU data protection authorities - known as the Article 29 Working Party - said the company had still not resolved its concerns about getting user consent for the data sharing. They noted tha…

iPhone Is a Platform for Artificial Intelligence;Get to know more about hidden iphone feature, Says Apple COO Jeff Williams

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Apple Inc sees its mobile devices as a major platform for artificial intelligence in the future, Chief Operating OfficerJeff Williamssaid on Monday.Later this week, Apple is set to begin taking pre-orders for its new smartphone, the iPhone X – which starts at $999 (roughly Rs. 65,000) and uses artificial intelligence (AI) features embedded in the company’s latest A11 chips. The phone promises new facial recognition features such as Face ID that uses a mathematical model of a person’s face to allow the user to sign on to their phones or pay for goods with a steady glance at their phones. "We think that the frameworks that we've got, the 'neural engines' we've put in the phone, in the watch ... we do view that as a huge piece of the future, we believe these frameworks will allow developers to create apps that will do more and more in this space, so we think the phone is a major platform," Williams said. He was speaking at top chip manufacturer Taiwan Semiconductor…

New Supercapacitor Tech May Help Charge Your Smartphone in Seconds: Study

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HIGHLIGHTS It can majorly improve energy-storage devices called supercapacitorsThe design doubles the amount of electrical energy the device can holdSupercapacitors are a promising, green alternative to regular batteries You may soon be able to charge your smartphone within seconds, thanks to a novel technology developed by researchers that can significantly improve energy-storage devices known as supercapacitors. The design doubles the amount of electrical energy the rapid-charging devices can hold, paving the way for eventual use in everything from smartphones and laptops, to electric vehicles and high-powered lasers, researchers said. "We are showing record numbers for the energy-storage capacity of supercapacitors," said Michael Pope, professor at the University of Waterloo in Canada. "And the more energy-dense we can make them, the more batteries we can start displacing," said Pope, who led the research published in the journal ACS Nano. Supercapacitors are a promis…
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HIGHLIGHTS It can majorly improve energy-storage devices called supercapacitorsThe design doubles the amount of electrical energy the device can holdSupercapacitors are a promising, green alternative to regular batteries You may soon be able to charge your smartphone within seconds, thanks to a novel technology developed by researchers that can significantly improve energy-storage devices known as supercapacitors. The design doubles the amount of electrical energy the rapid-charging devices can hold, paving the way for eventual use in everything from smartphones and laptops, to electric vehicles and high-powered lasers, researchers said. "We are showing record numbers for the energy-storage capacity of supercapacitors," said Michael Pope, professor at the University of Waterloo in Canada. "And the more energy-dense we can make them, the more batteries we can start displacing," said Pope, who led the research published in the journal ACS Nano. Supercapacitors are a promis…

leastest TECHNOLOGY:see Sensor tracks who's driving in your neighborhood

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A start-up that gives occupants a chance to screen who drives all through their neighborhood was among the organizations uncovered at a Silicon Valley occasion on Monday.
Run's sensor, which it offers for $50 a year for every house, logs the number plates of each auto that crashes into a road and takes a photo. The sensor could inevitably give facial acknowledgment.
Inhabitants of checked neighborhoods can quit being followed - however guests, or individuals going through, can't.
Run is sponsored by Y Combinator, a start-up "hatchery" which in the past has supported triumphs including Dropbox, Reddit and AirBnB.
A protection master said he trusted the information gathering to be legitimate as indicated by US law, however that the thought could light a level headed discussion about the "right to be allowed to sit unbothered in broad daylight".
"One of the immense shortcomings in US security law is that we just ensure against interruptions into private ranges…

Airplane will Now Be Able To Fold It Wings While Flying With The Help Of Nasa's New Design

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The National Aeronautics Space Agency (NASA) is trying to invent a foldable wing aircraft after being inspired from  incredible nosedive  of the hawk  when it folds its wings. NASA doesn’t want to have controlled dives, but there are many other benefits to this unique design, such as increasing the efficiency and capabilities of the aircraft. NASA name  the design Spanwise Adaptive Wing (SAW). Until now, articulating wings on aircraft was done to optimize parking area and to make them fit into smaller hangars. the articulated  wings also helps  for easier movement within  the airport infrastructure. But NASA wants to use smaller and adjustable wing ends along with more precise specifics  articulation and control with the ability  of changing position dynamically to create the perfect balance between lift and yaw control that is  needed during different flight conditions. One use of this concept idea will be in supersonic aircraft. When the aircraft is flying at very high speeds, it  crea…

Apple Pay Launched in Denmark, Finland, Sweden, and the UAE

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HIGHLIGHTS Apple Pay launched in Finland, Denmark, Sweden, and the UAEThe Apple Pay mobile payment service supports Nordea Group, and othersGermany, Poland, and the Netherlands could be next possible launches Apple has launched its mobile payment platform Apple Pay in Finland, Denmark, Sweden, and the UAE. The company confirmed the arrival in a post on its developer page. The Apple Pay mobile payment service is supports Nordea Group and St1 in Sweden and Finland. In Denmark, it supports Nordea Group and Jyske Bank. In the UAE, Apple Insider notes, citing the company's country specific Apple Pay page, the service can be used by both Visa and Mastercard card holders of the Emirates NBD, Mashreq Bank, HSBC, RAKBANK, Standard Chartered, and Emirates Islamic. After its launch in 2014 in the US, Apple Pay has so far been launched in Australia, Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, and the UK. The report speculate…

Google Says It Worked With Intel on Pixel Visual Core SoC for Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL

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HIGHLIGHTS Pixel Visual Core made in collaboration with IntelThe custom-made SoC likely to be activated soonGoogle may activate Pixel Visual Core with Android 8.1 Google's latest Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones pack the company's first custom-designed co-processor called Pixel Visual Core. The company last week revealed that this processor will enable users to take HDR+ images as well as handle things like machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI). Now, the Mountain View-based giant has revealed that it collaborated with Intel for the Pixel Visual Core. Google has already announced that it will turn the new co-processor through a software update to enable more apps to use Pixel 2's camera for supporting HDR+ image quality. A Google spokesperson confirmed the news to CNBC in an email and said that "no existing chip had exactly what Google wanted for the new Pixel devices." A recent teardown of the Google Pixel 2 XL revealed the all-new Pixel Visual Core whi…
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NEW YORK: Buoyed by the demands from sectors like e-commerce, banking, telecom, government and other enterprises to store and scale up Big Data, global chip maker Intel is ready to help India achieve high-performance computing.

According to Lisa Spelman, Vice President and General Manager, Intel Xeon Processors and Data Center Marketing, Intel, the sheer size and scale of the country has always impressed her and the company with its next-generation processor portfolio is bullish on its future in the country when it comes to managing massive sets of data.

"The government has done an impressive amount of discussion in the area of high-performance computing. There is a talented developers' community in India. Intel is ready to help the country achieve its high-computing goals when it comes to handling Big Data across the spectrum," Spelman told IANS here.

Intel reported a record revenue of $14.8 billion in the second quarter this year.

The growth was witnessed in client computi…