Apple’s Top Assembly Partner Expected to Meet US President

Apple’s Top Assembly Partner Expected to Meet US President

Foxconn, the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer, is the Apple’s top manufacturing partner. On Thursday 27th April 2017, Terry Gou, the Chairman of Foxconn, expected to meet with United State President Donald Trump in Washington. More than 1 million employees in China who assemble iPhones as well as electronics for other companies.

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Google Co-Founder’s Flying Car is Ready for Take-off

Google Co-Founder’s Flying Car is Ready for Take-off

Google co-founder, Larry Page, exposed its model for an aircraft that can get off precipitously as long as possible. Finally, the project is ready for take-off. On Monday 24th April 2017, the testimony shared online, the Kitty Hawk also known as North Carolina’s Outer Banks is exposed thrilling over the lake with the support of small screw under its base. The model looks like a jet ski with wings and its size is much lesser…

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Apple’s Earth Day Celebration: New Innovation with Story of Invention

Apple’s Earth Day Celebration: New Innovation with Story of Invention

On the occasion of Earth day, Apple has come up with the short story through video includes featuring candid interviews, Apple’s effort to develop a new thing, dealing with the new invention. To create fun or dealing with a new innovative idea, Apple worked with James Blagden artist. New headquarters of Apple is substituting 5 million square feet of asphalt, powered by 100 percent renewable energy. Apple Park will run one of the largest on-site solar…

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China Plans to Cut Tax Burden of Businesses and Individuals to Support Economic Growth

China Plans to Cut Tax Burden of Businesses and Individuals to Support Economic Growth

To support the economic growth of the country, China will be going to cut the tax burden on businesses and individuals, which will also help to boost consumption. The tax structure will be modified from four to three column. From starting of July, product rates related to natural gas and agriculture items will cut from 13 to 11 percent. According to the statement, the decision was taken by Premier Li Keqiang at State Council meeting…

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Pre-Order of Samsung Galaxy S8 Brings 1 Million Folks from South Korea

Pre-Order of Samsung Galaxy S8 Brings 1 Million Folks from South Korea

Pre-order of Samsung Galaxy s8 count reached the 1 million milestones in South Korea, according to the reports. The investor states that Galaxy S8 hit the 1 million unit in the last couple of days. As per the report, all set up for pre-order in South Korea from 7th April 2017. It is the highest benchmark of pre-order for new smartphone till the date in the country. Samsung Galaxy S8 will be launch in South…

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Windows 10 Experimenting for New Changes, And Move Up Against Android Battle

Windows 10 Experimenting for New Changes, And Move Up Against Android Battle

Creator of Windows 10 Update assurance to bring a significant number of changes to Microsoft’s operating system. Microsoft approves the upgrade pathways for smartphones presently running Windows 10 in this weekend. The supported devices are rare and distant between. Head of Windows Insider Program, Dona Sarkar, writing Windows blog, authoritatively maintained mobile devices for the Windows 10 Creator Update. They are HP Elite x3; Microsoft Lumia 550, 640/640XL, 650, and 950/950 XL, This minor collection of phones…

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Burger king invites criticism by prompting Google’s Ad

Burger king invites criticism by prompting Google’s Ad

Burger King Television advertisement intended to prompt Google speakers in viewer’s home leaves the search giant defenseless scrutiny by regulators. Google’s home device caused by fifteen-second commercial voice activated to read the Wikipedia entry for the Whopper. On 12th April 2017, TV spots that aired in the US, one of the Burger King employees asked, “OK, Google. What is the Whopper burger?” and the phrase represented as a trigger for the device, until Google took…

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