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Reports Say Amazon Suggests Dividing Airspace into Zones for Delivery Drones

Reports Say Amazon Suggests Dividing Airspace into Zones for Delivery Drones

For long Amazon has showed interest in delivering its packages to customers within half an hour with unmanned drones. The company is still making efforts for approval and a report says that it suggested dividing the airspace into different segments which might designate zones for high speed drones for delivery and traditional aircrafts.

Reports say Arrests Related to Stocks and Bitcoin Fraud Connected to Last Year’s JPMorgan Data Hack

Reports say Arrests Related to Stocks and Bitcoin Fraud Connected to Last Year’s

On Tuesday, the US and Israeli authorities in two separate incidents arrested four men for fraud schemes. Sources say that these also link to the data breach that struck JPMorgan Chase last year.

However, the court documents for either of the cases did not link them to the stealing of confidential details of the bank's customers who numbered in millions.

Cortana app Leaked ahead of Microsoft’s Release; A Peek into the Voice Assistant

Cortana app Leaked ahead of Microsoft’s Release; A Peek into the Voice Assistant

Last month the Cortana for Android was announced by Microsoft and was scheduled to be released by the end of this month. But on Friday, the news of its leak gave chance to many to test its usability.

Ford Developing a New Lighting System in Its Cars for Safer Night Driving

Ford Developing a New Lighting System in Its Cars for Safer Night Driving

If you wondered for long why any carmaker has not paid special attention to make night driving safer, then Ford's new lighting technology will thrill you. Till now only high end luxury car makers made an effort to provide night-vision systems even though many car manufacturers have worked with many other safety features to improve their models.

Light and Slim design is the Focus of Samsung’s New Galaxy Tab S2

Light and Slim design is the Focus of Samsung’s New Galaxy Tab S2

Although Samsung did not hint at the price for its new Galaxy Tab S2 which will be available in two sizes however, the products seem to be at the higher end.

Owing to their slim design, the latest Android tablets offered by the company will be the slimmest of all models designed by Samsung so far.

Steve Huffman Comes Back to Take Charge of Reddit; Makes Changes in Content Rules as First Step

Steve Huffman Comes Back to Take Charge of Reddit; Makes Changes in Content Rule

Reddit, is not the first company where the founder is coming to its rescue during troubled hours. It has happened earlier with Apple, as Steve Jobs walked back in its darkest hours and with Zynga this April, with a comeback of Mark Pincus as the chief executive.

Amazon’s Hyped ‘Prime Day’ Sale Disappoints Shoppers

Amazon’s Hyped ‘Prime Day’ Sale Disappoints Shoppers

May be Amazon got the traffic kick which they expected from their 'Prime Day" sale but the retailer may have lost the trust of some shoppers who will surely not look forward to Amazon's sales as they used to.

Twitter has Something New to Offer the Advertisers

Twitter has Something New to Offer the Advertisers

Advertisers have something more to celebrate. After Facebook gave the advertisers an opportunity to pay after a video has been plated for ten seconds at least, now Twitter has something attractive to offer to. The promoted videos, Twitter is making download of apps easier.

Xiaomi First Half Sales Figure at 34.7 Million Smartphones is less than Half of Its Full Year Sales Forecast

Xiaomi First Half Sales Figure at 34.7 Million Smartphones is less than Half of

On Thursday, Xiaomi Corp. the smartphone maker from China announced that it has sold 34.7 million units in the initial half of the current year. That's less than half of what the company had estimated as its target for the entire year.

Microsoft’s Monday Announcements; Agreement with AOL to Move Display Ads, Sells Bing Mapping Assets to Uber, Extends Partnership with AppNexus

Microsoft’s Monday Announcements; Agreement with AOL to Move Display Ads, Sells

There is a lot happening at Microsoft.

On Monday, an announcement revealed that a ten year agreement between Microsoft and AOL which begins from 2016, will allow AOL to take over a big chunk of display advertisement sales by Microsoft. It includes several sites as well as services which comprise of big names like Skype, MSN, Outlook.com and Xbox.

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