Author: Brad Bennett

YouTube Is Watching That How Much You Are Watching YouTube

YouTube Is Watching That How Much You Are Watching YouTube

However, the digital health features are still in beta phase and are online accessible on Pixel phone, Google is spreading its efforts to monitor digital health and wellness to YouTube, majorly to assist the users from watching a lot of bad videos. The latest tools are in itself are very simple and has all of data that can tell you […]

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And The Trade War Continues…Fresh Tariffs Imposed On China

And The Trade War Continues…Fresh Tariffs Imposed On China

The trade war takes a fresh turn as the US President announced to impose fresh tariffs on China. The second set of items that is worth $16 billion or £12.4 billion will be facing a tariff of 25%, which will include products like aerials and motorcycles. The disagreement spiked up in July and the negative impact is accelerating exponentially since […]

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BS4 Engine Based On Inline Fuel Pump, Innoline Introduced By Ashok Leyland

BS4 Engine Based On Inline Fuel Pump, Innoline Introduced By Ashok Leyland

Ashok Leyland presented on Thursday Innoline for commercial vehicles in India. The company has combined the inline fuel pump BS3 and iEGR to launch the inline pump dedicatedly made for BS4 engines in India for the first time, according to the company statement. This technology can also be upgraded and used for BS6 engines. In addition to the benefits of […]

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Adele Posts a Message For Her Best Friend’s Recovery

Adele Posts a Message For Her Best Friend’s Recovery

Singer Adele has posted a heartfelt message on Instagram, supporting her best friend Laura Dockill. Laura gave birth to a baby boy in February 2018. The baby is also Adele’s godson. Laura is currently recovering from postpartum depression. She had started showing conditions for baby blues right after her delivery. These complications can result into a confused mind and even […]

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New Feature Of Google Maps Can Assist Others Track Your Handset’s Battery

New Feature Of Google Maps Can Assist Others Track Your Handset’s Battery

Google is frequently operating on enhancing Google Maps, its navigation application. The firm has now rolled out a new function for the Android consumers. The new function will allow consumers to see the battery percentage left on the smartphone. The new functionality is claimed to separate in line with the location sharing functionality of Google Maps. So, when a consumer […]

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Targus Rolls Out TurboQuad USB Portable Charger

Targus Rolls Out TurboQuad USB Portable Charger

Targus, the US-located IT peripheral firm, has branched out its product series in India with the roll out of TurboQuad USB travel charger. The device has as price tag at Rs 2,799. The portable device has 4 x USB ports and comes with a 4.8A charging power capacity. USB ports of the device come integrated with what is dubbed as […]

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Capital-Gazette Shooting  in Annapolis

Capital-Gazette Shooting in Annapolis

A man was shot outside the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, reaching several people. There are several wounded, according to information released by the US media. The suspect was arrested. According to a police officer, even though the shootings took place outside, people are being evacuated from the building. Marc Limansky, spokesperson for Anne Arundel County Police, says officers […]

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English bulldog Sza Sza crowned the ugliest dog in the world

English bulldog Sza Sza crowned the ugliest dog in the world

A 9-year-old English bulldog named Sza Sza won Saturday night in the San Francisco area, the competition for the ugliest dog in the world. The unsightly canine has won a US $1,500 purse from owner Megan Brainard of Minnesota. According to the organizing committee of the competition, the woman found Sza Sza at a pet adoption site. Aspirants of the […]

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New conifer-shaped cell tower in Northern Ontario

New conifer-shaped cell tower in Northern Ontario

Rogers Communications has decided to blend in with the Sudburian scenery, building a a cell tower that looks like a fir tree. LTE service will be available to residents of the south of Greater Sudbury City in the summer. The fir tower seems to appeal to residents, including Duncan Robertson who lives in this area. It’s less ugly than an […]

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Chinese man steals 800 meters of road in one night

Chinese man steals 800 meters of road in one night

A thief in China stole about 800 meters from a concrete paved road to resell them and earn some money, a misdemeanor in the space of one night, a Chinese media outlet reported. It was residents of Sankeshu Village, Jiangsu Province, in the east of the country, who called police on Jan. 24 to report the mysterious disappearance of the […]

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