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Apple patent application hints that a foldable iPhone is in the works

Apple patent application hints that a foldable iPhone is in the works

Patent Office. Details are pictured on the back of an Apple Iphone 6 on a table in a restaurant in Hanau, Germany, April 10, 2016. Then Last month Patently Apple posted a supply chain report titled "Apple may Gain BOE as a new Supply Chain Participant for future Flexible OLED Displays".


Ubisoft releases 'joyful' music experiment from Grow Home studio

Ubisoft releases 'joyful' music experiment from Grow Home studio

Developed by Ubisoft's Reflection, the studio behind Grow Home , Ode has players wander through multiple gardens making merry music along the way. Ode is a simple game, where the only real objective is to spread joy (in fact, if we're reading the press release properly, the main character's name is Joy, as in " Ode to Joy").


TRAI issues net neutrality recommendations; Telecom stocks in the red

TRAI issues net neutrality recommendations; Telecom stocks in the red

The TRAI said for monitoring and investigation of violations, a collaborative mechanism has been recommended to be established in the form of a multi-stakeholder body comprising members representing different categories of TSPs and Internet Service Providers, large and small content providers, representative from research and academia, civil society organisations and consumer representatives.


Farfetch'd is now available worldwide in Pokemon Go for the first time

Farfetch'd is now available worldwide in Pokemon Go for the first time

For doing this players aorund the world will finally get access to catch Farfetch'd, with the elusive bird appearing out in the wild like any other Pokemon. Pokémon Go-ers have caught a staggering 3 BILLION Pokémon in the Global Catch Challenge . The second one was unlocked when 1 billion catches were reached and contained the aforementioned rewards plus a 2x Stardust boost.


Facebook announces AI pattern recognition technology that detects suicidal intent

Facebook announces AI pattern recognition technology that detects suicidal intent

Its AI looks out for the text used in posts as well as the comments, searching for language which indicates suicidal intentions and learning from what it sees. "The whole point of this is that our proactive detection can kick in even before something has been reported", says Facebook VP of Product Management Guy Rosen.


City of Chicago sues Uber over 2016 data breach

City of Chicago sues Uber over 2016 data breach

The cash-burning profit-free , San Francisco-based upstart did not respond to a request for comment. "We are in the process of notifying various regulatory and government authorities and we expect to have ongoing discussions with them", an Uber Australian spokesperson said.