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Previously, VR technology has been used mostly in video games, amusement activities and 3D cinema. With technological improvements, availability of more affordable VR headsets and advances in innovation, new trends have come up. VR technology is progressively being adopted...
The Department of telecommunication (DoT) has finally agreed to the new open and fair net neutrality rules for India. The move forbids Internet Service Providers from blocking, discriminating or interfering, slowing down or giving partiality to any data/services/apps with...
Whether you follow opinion polls, experts, the media, or soothsayers, a few common themes have emerged regarding the economy in 2018 and beyond. These are Brexit, the rise of the robots and a continued obsession with bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. Here’s...
Rarely a week goes by without news of a household high street name shutting up shop or closing stores. The rise of online shopping, or e-commerce, is widely blamed for the demise of traditional retail. Yet people are spending...
An April 2018 survey by the Pew Research Centre has found that fewer people believe that “the Internet has been mostly a good thing for society” as compared to four years ago. This worsening perspective on the social benefits...
A new crew member joined the International Space Station, and it is not human. Sounds like science fiction. At Aspioneer we can assure you such is not the case. Meet CIMON, HAL9000's second cousin Meet CIMON (Crew Interactive Mobile CompaniON). This free-floating Ubuntu-based cyber colleague has been designed...
  Yesterday the new Brexit secretary Dominic Raab presented a 98 page white paper in the House of Commons which outlined UK government's plan for a future trade arrangement with the EU after 2021. While EU's reaction to it is...
The Chinese economy in recent years has undergone a significant advancement in the field of science and technology. China's government's 13th five-year plan revolves around science-based innovation projects research, gene science, big data and medical robotics. Not to mention Chinese...
Working under a very tight schedule, California State Legislature is up for its toughest digital privacy law (Bill AB375) in merely three months. With most of the work done in the last week, it seems it took very long four...
In April 2017, it was reported that Google is partnering with Pentagon to aid them in analyzing the video data collected by the drones at the time of surveillance. This is in view of the fact that the drone...

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