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  1. Ray Tracing has been only possible on Nvidia's latest GPUs that boasts the Turing architecture — until today. The company announced that Nvidia will support a wide range of GPUs with ray tracing technology on older GPUs, right up to the GTX 1060. Nvidia will offer racing on various GPUs as you can see from the list below: · GTX 1060 6GB · GTX 1070 · GTX 1070 Ti · GTX 1080 · GTX 1080 Ti · Titan X · Titan XP · GTX 1660 · GTX 1660 Ti · Titan V Even though Ray Tracing was only possible on the 20's series but this is now possible on older GPUs only if games are built using Microsoft's Direct X12 and DirectX Ray Tracing (or DXR). If a game is built using DXR, older GPUs will be able to support ray tracing. © Nvidia “When programmable shaders were introduced more than 15 years ago, they changed gaming forever. Today, real-time ray tracing is set to do the same thing — it represents the next landmark shift in game development,” said Matt Wuebbling, head of GeForce marketing at NVIDIA. “The breadth of industry adoption is remarkable —standard APIs, integration in major game engines, multiple AAA titles and support enabled in millions of hardware products. It all points to an exciting future for gamers.” © BCCL The performance on older GPUs remains to be seen as Ray Tracing works in different ways for different games. Tracing of light does not take too much GPU power, however, creating shadows and reflections can be GPU intensive. For example, ray tracing performance on a game like Battlefield V maybe better than Metro Exodus as it depends on different types of lighting being used in a game. Nvidia claims that the 1080Ti at 1,440p resolution supported ray tracing with 50fps. The new driver that will enable support for RTX on older GPUs will bring ray tracing to millions of users. This, in turn, will result in more games in the future implementing DXR and Microsoft's Direct X12. At the moment, there are a handful of games that support ray-tracing and this new update will make Nvidia's new features accessible to millions of gamers.
  2. In the digital age, where our dependency on machines continues to grow, the technological interventions have now transcended into sports. Whether it's football or cricket, the use of technology claims to marginalise human error in a bid to avoid catastrophic decisions. But, going by the recent cases in sports, the so-called technological help seem to have created more problems, than solve the ones at hand. The Round of 16 clashes of the UEFA Champions League were marred by Video Assistant Referee (VAR) howlers. One major case came to the fore when Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) were penalised with a penalty after their defender Presnel Kimpembe handled the ball with his hand inside the box, despite the replays suggesting that it was unintentional from the French footballer. The crucial penalty allowed Manchester United, who were surely on their way out of the tournament, to progress further. VAR penalty review. @ManUtd vs @PSG_inside pic.twitter.com/wydo6v5k5B — KDB_Se7en (@MacaronSe7en) March 6, 2019 If the controversial VAR decision had the football fraternity confused, the use of Decision Review System (DRS) in cricket during the 3rd One-Day International (ODI) between India and Australia in Ranchi, once again, had everyone questioning the use of technology in sports. Opting to bat first, Australia were cruising at 193/0 following a brilliant opening stand between Aaron Finch (93) and Usman Khawaja (104). With India desperate to get a breakthrough, Kuldeep Yadav trapped Finch right in front of the stumps in the 32nd over. But, as the on-field umpire raised his finger, the Australian captain decided to call for a review. What on earth has just happened with the Finch LBW? Ball tracker has the ball pitching somewhere completely different, and that sort of affects the trajectory doesn't it. Might still be out, but bizarre. #INDvAUS #Finch pic.twitter.com/fDyZR1X0p0 — Raunak Kapoor (@RaunakRK) March 8, 2019 The DRS couldn't help Finch as the replays suggested that the ball would have gone on to hit the stumps. Finch looked out from the naked eye and the review further bolstered the claim. But, what was surprising about his dismissal was the fact that 'ball tracking' had it all wrong. The ball had actually pitched in the middle, but the 'Hawk-Eye' showed it pitching on leg. While no one actually disputed Finch's dismissal, the astonishing blunder on 'Hawk-Eye' left the cricket fans questioning the use of technology and its efficiency. Finch LBW. Are we just gonna ignore the fact that ball tracking had it pitching in a totally different place to reality? I saw it pitching middle, maybe even middle and off. Ball tracking had it pitching on leg. Still out but pretty weird. #INDvsAUS — Jimmy Neesham (@JimmyNeesh) March 8, 2019 This is weird. pic.twitter.com/RtCEs9h7tG — Akhil Nair (@akhiln) March 8, 2019 Also for some reason, Hawkeye seems to underestimate the turn when the bounce is lesser. — random bro (@anirudhdbz) March 8, 2019 Unrelated but Still can't get over the fact..how can u be out or not-out for the same delivery depending on the umpire's call. — movieman (@movieman777) March 8, 2019 Ball tracking seemed to have shown a different ball altogether.the ball was turning into the batsman rather than going out as shown in ball tracking. DRS is shit. — sachin jha (@sachin_jha9) March 8, 2019 I had it pitching on middle, Hawkeye had it almost umpires call on leg and they are just ignoring it. So weird — Harold Tree (@92tharold) March 8, 2019 One of the reasons BCCI never accepted drs. Technology is not foolproof. But this is a blunder. They need to get to the bottom of this and figure out it doesn't happen again. Btw, is it broadcaster dependant or is it like same software for all? — Ashok- first_of_his_name (@Dracaarrys) March 8, 2019 WELL SPOTTED .... CRAZY SOMETIMES THE WAY #DRS behaves. — #NamoAgain2019 (@PriyankushGhos3) March 8, 2019 So that means Aus loses the review. But it was probably only just clipping leg, meaning they should have retained it! — Robert Tihanyi (@robtihanyi) March 8, 2019
  3. If you've ever faced an issue of running out of storage space, you may have invested in a good microSD to cure your woes. However, using a microSD comes with limitations as smartphones can support only a limited amount of storage. In fact, only the Galaxy Note 9 can support an SD card with 512GB of expandable storage, making it the first smartphone to support a total of 1TB storage. However, we all know that internal storage works at least 10 times faster than a memory card and it seems like Samsung is looking to remove this problem altogether. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Samsung is known for making premium smartphones; however, the South Korean company also has a very profitable memory division. The company already dominates the SSD segment for PCs and laptops and the company is now taking the game to the next level for smartphones. Samsung announced that it has started to mass produce a 1TB flash storage chip for smartphones and is going to scale production by the first half of the year. © Samsung “Smartphone enthusiasts will soon be able to enjoy storage capacity comparable to a premium notebook PC, without having to pair their phones with additional memory cards,” Samsung said. Currently, Samsung makes a chip that is capable of holding 512 GB of memory and can be found on the Galaxy Note 9. The new chip is said to add double the amount of memory without ever having to use an external memory card. This new chip is also said to improve performance with faster write and read speeds. Samsung says that the new tech reaches speeds up to 1,000 megabytes per second (MB/s). This roughly translates to transferring a 5GB video file in just five seconds. The new memory chip will also help Samsung smartphone cameras to take better videos with higher resolution and frame rates. © Samsung However, we may not see this new tech on a smartphone just yet as it is still in production and won't be ready in time for the Galaxy S10. However, there is a good chance that Samsung may make a 1TB model of the Galaxy Note 10 if production is scaled in time. This is just pure speculation and there's no way to know right now whether Samsung will implement the new 1TB storage with the Galaxy Note 10.
  4. Smartphones having an in-screen fingerprint scanner or fingerprint-on-display technology (FoD) is not a distant idea anymore. It's already made its way on smartphones like the OnePlus 6T, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, Vivo Nex and a bunch of other smartphones. Rumours suggest that even the next Samsung flagship smartphone the Galaxy S10 is expected to use the same technology. However, the one drawback everyone faces is the accuracy of this technology. Having said that, it's just the beginning of this technology that will get more advancements, or have we already? © Weibo Xiaomi's upcoming smartphone might be equipped with an in-display sensor that is not only accurate but is faster than what we've already seen until now. Current in-display fingerprint sensors are not only less accurate but are also slower. It requires the user to place the finger on a specified location for a few seconds. Even while enrolling a new fingerprint, it requires multiple annoying presses in order for it to work. However, it seems like Xiaomi has a solution to this conundrum as the company's co-founder and president Lin Bin showed off the new FoD technology in a Weibo post. In the video, we can see that enrolling a new fingerprint takes second on a single tap. The other thing we noticed was that the area where you can place your finger to unlock the phone is comparably bigger; in fact, it takes up half the screen. The sensor used in this prototype phone is said to be 50.2 mm x 25mm in size. Not only is this probably the fastest form of FoD technology, but it's also probably the most accurate as well. It seems like this technology is in development and it would be exciting to see a real commercial phone utilising the new FoD sensor by Xiaomi. Nevertheless, we are excited to see if other companies will have a similar solution anytime soon.
  5. It looks like Chris Evans is having some trouble distinguishing himself from his character of Steve Rogers and he's like a 1940s guy stuck in this decade. I mean, that's the only explanation for his mini-rant about technology. Actually, he's trying to make it more current by saying 'remember the 90s', but you get the point. Dear All Technology, Remember the 90's when you just WORKED??? I don't need a 'smart' feature on my TV, thermostat, lights, music, refrigerator, security cameras, and f-ing car. You're a major pain in all of our asses. You're not worth it. Signed, Everyone — Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) January 7, 2019 Hey Cap, language! Also, he's spoken truly like a guy who was frozen for 70 years and then woke up in the 21st century. Old man Cap is done with all this modern technology and is becoming the biggest cliché by the whole 'only 90s kids remember' kind of tweet. Chris, it's kind of worth it, don't dismiss all the modern technology around you to become a grumpy grandpa just yet. But the best thing to come out of this tweet was the reunion of Science Bros, aka Robert Downey Jr and Mark Ruffalo, who are here to rescue Cap, or at least teach him some things. hey @MarkRuffalo looks like Cap needs a little tutoring from the science bros. — Robert Downey Jr (@RobertDowneyJr) January 8, 2019 See Chris, don't go against Tony Stark when it comes to technology, you don't want to start another 'Civil War', do you? Along with RDJ, a lot of people decided to troll Cap and we got some hilarious replies: Even Elon Musk enjoyed Chris' rant. Great thread 𤣠— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 7, 2019 How to perfectly use a Chris Evans meme on Chris Evans. So, you're having a problem understanding current technology... pic.twitter.com/J8blUFCLu7 — Stella Anne (@snarkydogmom) January 8, 2019 This person has their priorities straight. i feel like in a home invasion scenario i'd want to be able to say "alexa, live tweet my murder" but outside of that, i don't need everything to be connected — just wrecked (@justewrecked) January 8, 2019 It really is. something steve rogers would tweet — agustina (@hiddlezayn) January 8, 2019 Why is this the first time I've seen this gif? pic.twitter.com/dNJ9vWqzoX — Gregg Williams' Random Frosted Tip (@tho_mas_013) January 8, 2019 The resemblance is uncanny. Old man yelling ðpic.twitter.com/NmMU7a3KUo — Sydney Jasmine âï¸ (@WarnTheWorld) January 8, 2019 People also loved that RDJ and Chris' bromance is alive and well. This radiates big Steve Rogers and Tony Stark energy — deeksha (@shawnsstark) January 8, 2019 Science Bros! pic.twitter.com/VwklXk9csR — Geek Girl (@geekgirltw) January 8, 2019 Okay, I love this gif. I don't think the science bros would be much help ð³pic.twitter.com/z6QQSazJUB — Delenn Strong (@delenn_strong) January 8, 2019
  6. Samsung is the main supplier of OLED panels that are being used in all high-end iPhones, such as the iPhone X, XS and XS Max. This resulted in a costlier production procedure which shot up the price of the iPhone to Rs 1 Lakh. Samsung is now looking to reduce the cost of OLED panels that are currently being used and hopefully make it thinner and lighter at the same time. © Akshay Bhalla_MensXP As per a report by Korean website ETnews, the new OLED panel from Samsung is called 'Y-Octa' and will have a display with touch integrated within. This basically reduces the thickness of the OLED panel and in turn, makes it lighter too. This type of OLED panels is currently being used by Samsung for the Galaxy Note 9 and S9. The report also adds that at least one of the 2019 iPhones is expected to have the same display tech. © Akshay Bhalla_MensXP Samsung has already approached Apple in the past for using the same type of display in new iPhones. The report by ETnews says, "A senior Samsung Display representative visited Apple in March to propose the supply of touch-integrated OLED panels.” The screen technology in question should be ready in time for next year's iPhone launch, which is expected to take place sometime in September. The report adds that this new screen will have a limited supply initially and this could translate to only premium iPhone models sporting the new lighter and thinner design. As production of the 'Y-Octa' display increases, we could see this display technology trickle down to all iPhone models that use an OLED panel. Source: ETnews
  7. If you are one of the 35.7 million followers of Amitabh Bachchan on Twitter, then you will know that Big B is one of the most loved and celebrated superstars on social media. Be it reminding celebrities that they forgot to reply to his text or just casually talking about his daily struggles, the content on Sr. Bachchan's social media accounts are pure gold. Just like his latest post on his struggle with his smartphone. Instagram Big B today took to Twitter to seek help from his followers when his Samsung Galaxy S9 stopped functioning. He wrote, "HELP !! Samsung S9 not functioning .. Samsung logo is on the front screen, and is blinking again and again .. nothing else happens .. changed it .. let it be .. tried to close it does not close either ..HELP ... someone please guide me as to what I should de(sic)". T 3024 - HELP !! Samsung S9 not functioning .. Samsung logo is on front screen, and is blinking again and again .. nothing else happens .. changed it .. let it be .. tried to close it does not close either .. HELP ... someone please guide me as to what I should de .. — Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) December 12, 2018 Well, given that it's Bollywood's 'Shehenshah' asking for help, people on Twitter came together to help him out in their own hilarious style. While some came up with genuine solutions, others were quick to point out how he is the brand ambassador of OnePlus 6T and uses a Samsung smartphone. What have we done to deserve a savage platform like Twitter? Oh no! It is blinking because someone very special is holding it and is loving it! So don't do anything, just let it be. Let it enjoy your touch! — Meenakshi Devi H K™ (@meenakshidevihk) December 13, 2018 Sir ONEPLUS 6T LE LO Jiske brand ambassador bhi ho aap ðððð — SOMESHWAR DHAR DWIVEDI (SHIVAM) (@iamsdwivedi) December 12, 2018 Dear Amit Ji. It's time to switch phones. You can maybe try the most loved technology brand in India â¤ï¸ð Happy to send a flagship phone to you, if you want.#BigFan @SrBachchan https://t.co/O5DlcdxY3K — Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) December 13, 2018 सर.... यदि à¤à¤¸ फà¥à¤¨ à¤à¥ फà¥à¤à¤à¤¨à¥ à¤à¤¾ विà¤à¤¾à¤° à¤à¤¯à¥ तà¥... à¤à¤¸à¤¸à¥ पहलॠà¤à¤¸ नाà¤à¥à¤à¤¼ à¤à¥ à¤à¤ बार याद à¤à¤° लà¥à¤à¤¿à¤¯à¥à¤à¤¾.ððð à¤à¤¿à¤¸à¥ à¤à¤°à¥à¤¬ à¤à¤¾ भला हॠà¤à¤¾à¤¯à¥à¤à¤¾ ðð वà¥à¤¸à¥ मà¥à¤°à¥ लिठà¤à¤ª à¤à¤¿à¤¸à¥ #सानà¥à¤¤à¤¾à¤à¥à¤²à¤¾à¤ सॠà¤à¤® नहॠहà¥. मà¥à¤à¤¾ भॠहॠà¤à¤° दसà¥à¤¤à¥à¤° भà¥. à¤à¤ªà¤à¥ दà¥à¤ à¤à¤° à¤à¤ªà¤à¥ à¤à¥à¤µà¥à¤ à¤à¥ 'लाà¤à¤à¥à¤¸' मिलà¥à¤à¤à¥ सॠà¤à¤²à¤. #Christmas — Ashwani Kumar Tiwari (@ASTI0901) December 13, 2018 Ask SRK, he's tech savvy!!! — BetterWorld (@HelloCrandil) December 12, 2018 No dude #pakshirajan hand behind thisðð so suggest for @akshaykumar ð — Brc_2000_ (@BharatR2000) December 13, 2018 Sir Try @oneplus सà¥à¤¨à¤¾ हॠबहà¥à¤¤ तà¥à¤à¤¼ हà¥@OnePlus_Support @SamsungMobileIN pic.twitter.com/LN9LNP7ArM — Neeraj Singh (@Singh_Neeraj007) December 13, 2018 Thankfully, Samsung was quick to come to his rescue and the glitch was sorted. He mentioned how "it was the most disturbed night of all nights" because his phone was dead. T 3025 - PHEEWWWWW .. !! phone resolved .. SAMSUNG connected immediately after Tweet and all is well .. what a world we are living in .. I mean it was the most disturbed night of all nights .. why ..?? because the MOBILE had gone dead .. I mean WHAT ..??!!! — Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) December 13, 2018 T 3025 - Technology is forcing us to keep a back up .. but technology is dictating life .. SO .. back up for life .. ?? IMPOSSIBLE .. Unless you have some solution for that .. do let me know .. ðððððððð — Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) December 13, 2018 We can totally relate to you on this Mr. Bachchan, it's hard to imagine a life without smartphones.
  8. Indian students, especially ones in college are familiar with the term 'ban'. Mobile ban, jeans ban, skirt ban, music ban, fun ban, life ban and I can go on forever. But, a new kind of ban is on the scene right now and boy, are students supremely pissed. via GIPHY Pretty sure you are familiar with the insanely popular multi-player online game called PlayerUnknown's Battleground or PUBG. The game is known to be highly obsessive, as cases of addiction were recently reported to the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences. Seems like a few students from the Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) in Tamil Nadu forgot they had a life besides playing the game and went on overdrive, forcing the warden of the college's Men's Hostel to issue a particularly threatening circular. © Reddit Well, no way in hell was this going to go down with students and the internet, even though the circular did have the valid point of asking students to do what they were supposed to do- study! Obviously, netizens rallied to show their support for the 'beleaguered' students: Apparently VIT Vellore bans PUBG in hostels claiming impact on grades. This is called true dictatorship.ð¡ð¡ @PUBG @PLAYERUNKNOWN what do you say to that. — Paul Mathai (@paulmathai01) December 8, 2018 Nothing has changed , Once clash of clans wars - Mini miltia - Now Pubg, But Actually saying Dota is the GOAT in the VIT hostels. #Vituniversity #vithostels https://t.co/P03D5RXijP — Matthew paul (@pmatthewpaul) December 12, 2018 © Reddit However, there were also students who agreed with the decision, saying that the gamers were often loud and disruptive, which was not acceptable in an academic environment. © Reddit © Reddit What do you think about this development? Was the warden right in issuing the ban, or do the students have all the right to play whatever they want? Do let us know in the comments section.
  9. Just last month Samsung showed off a brand new concept phone that has a foldable screen and closes just like a book. Samsung plans to shake up the smartphone business with a new phone in an already saturated market. Samsung only showed off the display of the smartphone and didn't give a clear look at the body of the smartphone. For years Samsung has been developing consumer ready foldable displays and intends to be the first major company to launch a phone with the technology. We already know that Huawei and LG too are working on the same lines and competition has never been this intense. © YouTube But things are slowly going south for Samsung, its latest bendable screen technology has been stolen and sold to two Chinese companies, according to prosecutors in South Korea. The prosecutors allege that a Samsung supplier leaked blueprints of Samsung's "flexible OLED edge panel 3D lamination" to a company that it had set up. Intellectual property theft is a national concern for South Korea as it tries to maintain its narrowing technology lead over China. 11 people have been indicted and three of them, including the company's CEO, have been arrested and are awaiting trial. © Reuters The group allegedly formed a separate shell company that received information of the use equipment and drawings of the panels, which they accessed from working with Samsung. They then sold the documents in China, earning 15.5 billion won (U$ 13.8 million). The hardware that is alleged to have been stolen is used to create the curved screens found on the edges of Samsung's popular Galaxy line of smartphones, prosecutors said. Samsung introduced the edge version of OLED panels with the Galaxy Note Edge in 2014. Since then, it has introduced a dual-edge version that has been used in its flagship S and Note series. © Reuters It manufactures more than 90 percent of the small and midsize OLED panels used in smartphones worldwide. A leak of technology in this field would deal a huge blow to Samsung The South Korean giant spent about 150 billion won over a period of six years to develop the OLED technology that is now considered highly-classified national knowledge, prosecution said. Source: Bloomberg
  10. Just like everything else, Chinese companies try to copy or steal ideas from innovative companies and sell it as their own. Of course, there are a few exceptions to the rule however in a new scandal, Chinese hackers and spies were caught by U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) for stealing confidential aircraft technology from American and French companies. According to the indictment, the two accused were Chinese intelligence officers. © YouTube We've already seen Chinese companies lifting ideas, technology and designs in other products such as smartphones, earphones and even cars; however, this is the first time Chinese intelligence officers have been caught stealing information. According to DOJ, that from January 2010 until May 2015, the officers and their teams attempted to hack and steal tech related to a new turbofan engine. Stealing the information would enable Chinese companies (public and private) to copy and build similar jet engines. Stealing of this information would prevent the Chinese from investing a lot of money into research and development. During the time of the hacks, a government-owned aerospace company was working to develop a comparable engine. © Pexels The Chinese hackers targeted firms like Capstone Turbine, French company Safran SA, that co-develops engines with U.S.-based General Electric and other companies in Arizona, Wisconsin, Massachusetts, Oregon, and the United Kingdom. The packers used techniques such as phishing schemes, domain hijacking, and using the companies' own websites to steal visitor information. The two accused were employed by the French company and used their position to install the Sakula remote access trojan onto their systems. "State-sponsored hacking is a direct threat to our national security," said U.S. Attorney Adam Braverman. "The concerted effort to steal, rather than simply purchase, commercially available products should offend every company that invests talent, energy, and shareholder money into the development of products.” Seems like Chinese entities can't help themselves from stealing information and ideas rather than investing in research and development. Earlier this month, Yanjun Xu, a spy for the Chinese ministry of state security, was arrested for economic espionage and attempting to steal trade secrets from US aviation and aerospace companies. Source: Engadget
  11. It's a given that everything is a 'touch' away, and by touch, I mean the touch of a button. That's how expansive and malleable technology has made everything, and we sure as hell are grateful that the burden for most things is off our shoulders. © Thinkstock/Getty Images But it's still a sound debate about whether or not modern day relationships or dating have benefitted with technological advancements. Sure, we have dating apps, faster ways to reach our SO, speed dating etc. but does that guarantee the fact that it's easier to meet women for an everlasting relationship? Well, it's easier for sure, because it has definitely shrunk our meeting sphere, but whether or not relationships last in today's day and age is a separate debate altogether. For now, let's just see how technology has made meeting women so much easier! Filtration By Choice By that, I mean you have an array of women to chose from. Gone are the days of finding women organically, where you'd have to either meet them at a party or through a friend. Now, there are dating apps that help you filter the kind of woman you want and need. So, yes we're spoilt for choice, where sometimes choosing someone is a tedious process, but of course, made simpler with technology. © Thinkstock/Getty Images Distance Is Shrinking Remember a time when there was no technology and people were still maintaining relationships? I know my parents did it and they did it quite well, regardless. But in today's day and age, it doesn't matter where the two people are, they can still meet through a screen and carry forth a healthy relationship. It's as simple as Rahul seeing Sonya's profile on Instagram, and she's not even in the same city but Rahul messages her regardless and they start talking. Now they're in a long distance relationship and they haven't physically met, ever! © Pinterest The Abundance Of Availability There is no dearth of availability ever and by availability I mean you can always find women through different social media platforms and start a conversation any way you like. You can either start a conversation through a debate on Twitter or through comments on Facebook or through common interests on Instagram. Technology has made it possible for both men and women alike, to be available constantly through an online platform. © Pinterest It's Easier To Communicate When you have to approach a woman at a party or a gathering, how difficult is it? Unless you're super confident about going up to her and starting a conversation, it's always a scary deal. Turns out, technology has taken care of that too. Now, you can send her a message, without fretting too much about it, because you're talking to her virtually through a screen and not in person. So, it's easier to say what you actually feel, without suffering a bout of nervousness all the time. Of course, don't be creepy about it, just because you can! © Pinterest You Can Learn About Her Before You Talk To Her While we used to call or text to find out about her likes and dislikes back in the day, we now have a lot more avenues to find out who she is and what she likes. Be it Instagram or Facebook or even Pinterest or Twitter, if she's on these platforms you'd know what she likes to talk about, what she likes doing when she's free, what does she do for a living, what she likes to wear and what kind of men she meets. It's become a lot simpler to know someone, without knowing them first, just through the sheer intervention of technology. © Thinkstock/Getty Images However, there also are a lot of negatives attached to how technology has complicated something a simple as love for this generation, but that's a debate for another time I suppose. For now, let's enjoy these nuances that technology has created to break the insanely slow process we used to go through to find the right woman. Finding your life partner is just a click away and we're very grateful that it is!
  12. A Microsoft logo is seen a day after Microsoft Corp's $26.2 billion purchase of LinkedIn Corp, in Los Angeles, California, US, on June 14, 2016. Photo: Reuters Microsoft Corp on Friday called for government regulation of facial recognition...