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  • Nadler calls Amazon letter to Judiciary Committee ‘unacceptable’

    A Friday letter from Amazon to members of Congress looking into the company’s third-party seller practices was “unacceptable,” House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) tweeted Saturday.

    At issue is an Amazon executive’s testimony at a hearing last July, where he said the company doesn’t access information from third-party sellers on its platform to make competing items. But the Wall Street Journal reported last month that Amazon employees regularly used information from the sellers to develop the company’s private-label products.

    “Members from both parties have serious questions about Amazon’s business practices and its honesty with the Committee,” Nadler tweeted. “We will not permit stonewalling of our investigation, by Jeff Bezos or anyone.”

    Amazon vice president of public policy Brian Huseman wrote in the letter that the company was “prepared to make the appropriate Amazon executive available,” to the committee, but did not mention Bezos. Huseman added that the company

  • Eve’s light strip is first to support HomeKit’s color-changing adaptive lighting

    Eve’s smart light strip can now adjust its colors automatically throughout the course of the day thanks to iOS 14’s new Adaptive Lighting feature, the company announced. The light strip is the first product to support the new Apple HomeKit feature, according to Eve, but first requires a firmware update that owners can perform via the Eve app.

    Adaptive Lighting is a new HomeKit feature introduced this year which allows compatible smart bulbs to adapt their colors to the time of day, showing warmer hues in the morning and evenings, or cooler ones at midday. Other manufacturers also appear to be working to support the feature, with iphone-ticker reporting (via MacRumors) earlier this month that Philips Hue beta testers in Germany were able to test the feature with their Hue smart bulbs.

    Along with the light strip, Eve says its Eve Cam is also getting a couple of

  • What Is Biotechnology?

    Biotechnology is an advancing space of enterprise in the intervening time. The livestream expertise is rather like being there, except you’ll be able to participate from the consolation of your own dwelling in your jammies if you want! You’ll have a devoted staff of behavior analysts to chat with and a complete community of fellow livestreamers watching and interacting with you. best available technology We have improved our tech this 12 months so you may have an awesome expertise. Plenty of people informed us last 12 months that they loved the livestream much more than attending a convention in individual.

    Merchandise are regulated in response to their intended use, with some products being regulated under a couple of company. All authorities regulatory agencies have a responsibility to ensure that the implementation of regulatory decisions, together with approval of subject tests and eventual deregulation of authorised biotech crops, does not adversely …

  • Facebook Turns To AI To Help It Better Fight Against Hate Speech And Misinformation

    As the world grows more connected, it has also given all kinds of people a platform to broadcast and share their views and thoughts. However, some of these views can be considered to be hateful and racist, and also with the ease of sharing, it is often quite easy to accidentally share something that could be outright false or perhaps wrong.

    With the number of users they have and with the reach they have, platforms like Facebook have a duty in which they need to curb such posts, at least as far as their platform is concerned, which is why Facebook has turned to the use of AI to help enhance their ability to detect hate speech and misinformation in an attempt to curb it.

    How Facebook plans to do this is by creating an AI that has the ability to detect things like near-identical images, which to a human

  • OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro Have Been Officially Announced

    Not too long ago, OnePlus teased that they would be announcing their latest smartphones, the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro this week. Sure enough it looks like the company has indeed done that, so if you are looking forward to the company’s latest smartphones, here they are in all of their official glory.

    Now both phones will share similar hardware specs. This includes the use of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 chipset which also means that both phones will support 5G connectivity. Both devices will also be available in 8GB or 12GB RAM variants, along with 128GB or 256GB of storage. Both phones will also sport a 16MP front-facing camera, and an in-display fingerprint sensor, but that’s where their similarities pretty much end.

    With the OnePlus 8, the phone will come with a smaller 6.55-inch display with a 2400×1080 resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. With the OnePlus 8 Pro, the phone

  • Apple’s iPhone 11 Has Surpassed The iPhone XR As The World’s Most Popular Smartphone

    It looks like Apple could have a winning formula on their hands because according to data released by Omdia, it has been suggested that the iPhone 11, released last year, is now the “world’s most popular” smartphone, surpassing that of the iPhone XR which was released in 2018.

    This is based on global smartphone shipments in which the iPhone 11 managed to ship 19.5 million units in Q1 2020. This is versus the iPhone XR which managed to ship 13.6 million units in Q1 2019. It also shows what a massive lead the iPhone 11 has over its competition, like the Samsung Galaxy A51 which comes in second place, although it is very far behind at only 6.8 million units.

    Like we said, this seems to suggest that Apple has a pretty good formula on their hands. What do we mean by this? For those unfamiliar, the iPhone XR and

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