Didi Chuxing’s Brazilian Business Reached Cooperation With WhatsApp

By 99, chinatechnews, Software, Whatsapp

Brazilian ride-hailing service 99, which is controlled by China’s Didi Chuxing, has reached cooperation with Facebook’s chat platform WhatsApp. With the cooperation, 99 will accept orders on WhatsApp, allowing users to request a ride without using another app. This is reportedly the first time for Didi Chuxing to reach such cooperation in the world. It […]

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Tesla update lets vehicles drive through green lights automatically

By autonomous, Autonomous Vehicles, autopilot, av, engadget, gear, green lights, lead car, News, self-driving, Software, tesla, traffic lights, update

Tesla’s Autopilot feature is getting a new trick. Autopilot will soon be able to drive through green lights automatically, even if there isn’t another car in front of the vehicle, Electrek reports.As with past Autopilot software rollouts, Tesl…

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Windows XP source code leak sheds light on Microsoft’s OS history

By engadget, gear, Internet, leak, Microsoft, News, operating system, personal computing, Security, Software, Source Code, windows, windows server, Windows XP

Microsoft is no stranger to Windows source code leaks, but a new incident might just provide insights into its history. Bleeping Computer and ZDNet report that a 4chan user has posted what’s believed to be source code for Windows XP Service Pa…

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Fortnite’s anti-cheat solution comes to ‘Fall Guys’ in major update

By anti-cheat, big yeetus, cheaters, easy anti-cheat, engadget, epic, fall guys, gaming, mediatonic, mid-season, News, remix, Software, update, video games

As part of a major mid-season update, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is getting Epic’s Easy Anti-Cheat software. This should, finally, take care of all the cheaters lurking in the game. If you’ve played Fall Guys, you may have encountered ruthle…

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Windows 10 can run apps from your Samsung phone

By android, apps, engadget, galaxy note 20, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, gear, Microsoft, Mobile, News, personal computing, Samsung, smartphone, Software, Windows 10, your phone

You’ll soon have access to your phone’s apps on your PC — if you have the right phone, at least. Microsoft is rolling out a Windows 10 Your Phone update with support for running mobile apps on your desktop, as promised when Samsung revealed th…

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Google Maps is tracking the spread of America’s wildfires hour by hour

By california wildfire, Climate Change, engadget, google, Google: Maps, mapping, maps, News, satellite, Software, tomorrow, weather, wildfire

As wildfires continue to tear through parts of California and Colorado, Google has launched new tools to help people stay informed about their progress. Starting today, Google search queries for information about the fires will turn up more…

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China’s Software Business Revenue Up 4.2% In First Five Months Of 2020

By chinatechnews, export, MIIT, Software

According to statistics from Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China, from January to May 2020, China’s software industry realized business revenue of CNY2.8 trillion, a year-on-year increase of 4.2%; however, the growth rate was 10.5 percentage points lower than the same period of last year. During the first five months of 2020, the […]

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Traeger’s redesigned grill app offers cooking videos and customization

By app, barbecue, barbeque, bbq, cook, cooking, engadget, food, food and drink, foodanddrink, gear, Grilling, grills, home, meat, News, smoker, Software, traeger, traeger grills

Traeger’s WiFi-enabled smart grills already benefit from a robust app packed with recipes for meat, seafood, side dishes and more. The software also allows you to control and monitor your grill remotely, so you don’t have to walk outside to ch…

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