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Toyota is trying to revive demand for Prius

Sales of the Toyota Prius, the world's first mass-produced hybrid car, have been falling for several years. For the first 11 months of 2018, they fell by 23.2%, according to CNBC. The Japanese automaker hopes that the launch of the updated Toyota Prius will revive demand, but it is not known...

Deloitte: Smart speakers will show record sales in 2019

In 2019, the global segment of smart speakers will show a record sales growth in the history of any devices connected to the Internet, according to Deloitte. The segment of smart speakers in 2019 will show the fastest revenue growth in the entire history of devices with Internet access, according...

China takes the lead in quantum cryptography

Scientists are racing to work on quantum cryptography, which is the only one that can withstand quantum computers in protecting digital information from hacking. As the newspaper The New York Times notes, Chinese scientists have clearly achieved greater success in this area compared to their...

Gartner: Chinese smartphones lead sales

Worldwide sales of smartphones to end users in Q3 2018 increased by 1.4% compared with the same period in 2017 and amounted to 389 million units, Gartner research company reported. In many ways, the growth occurred thanks to Chinese brands. According to experts, in July-September 2018, global...

Bitcoin Mining Worsens Global Warming Effect

New study shows that crypto-currency mining could hasten global warming. The “Nature Climate Change” journal has published a new study which revealed that the mining and trading business of crypto-currencies including bitcoin could contribute to the global warming by two degrees Celsius by the year...

Europe overtakes US by number of patents for self-driving car technologies

Europe has overtaken America and left Asia far behind by the number of applications for patents related to self-driving cars, the European Patent Office (EPO) calculated. The most active developers of technology for autonomous driving are Americans and Germans: these countries are submitting the...

Samsung introduces display technology for folding screens

Samsung announced the Infinity Flex Display technology, which will form the basis of devices that are bent in half. The company demonstrated the technology on the example of an unnamed smartphone: in the expanded state, the screen diagonal is 7.3 inches, and the interface automatically adjusts to...

How retailers use technologies to increase sales

Retail trade has always been quick to respond to changes in consumer behavior. Digital shifts are directly related to retailers: the ease of buying has turned into demand. Here, breakthrough innovators can be considered those who, with the help of technology, mitigate the inconvenience that a...

Facebook releases videochat devices Portal and Portal Plus

Since 2004, Facebook has been claiming that it wanted people on earth to be closer to each other. To achieve this goal, the company relied on applications for the web and smartphones. But software alone is not enough. On Monday, Facebook introduced a pair of video call devices - Portal and Portal...

Smartphone makers will pay for pre-installing Google apps‍

After the European Commission fined Google and forbade it to preinstall its popular applications on smartphones and tablets, the company took unprecedented measures. Now, smartphone makers will be required to pay a license for using the Play Store, Google Maps, Chrome browser and other company...
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