• The man lives on a cruise ship for 300 days a year because his bills are cheaper than renting.
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    The man lives on a cruise ship for 300 days a year because his bills are cheaper than renting.

    Are you having an occurring headache paying bills at the month’s end? As a family man, you must work hard to settle those payments even though you want it. Ryan Gutridge found relief from the monthly bill payments, and it’s an exciting solution. It is not easy to escape from obligations easily. But Ryan, an expert on cost evaluation, has come up with an unfamiliar way of spending his worthy time. Though most retired persons choose to stay away from home for a long time by sailing worldwide, anyone who can sail while working is bliss. Cause there are less amount of people got that chance. “I worked in IT…

  • Lithuania And Poland Built A ‘Portal’ Connecting Two Of Their Cities, And People Love It
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    Lithuania And Poland Built A ‘Portal’ Connecting Two Of Their Cities, And People Love It

    Different boundaries separate people. By welcoming the differentiations of people such as thoughts, customs, rituals, and so on, this world will be a better place for everyone. In the modern world, there are so many ways to stay connected with each other. Those relationships are driven in a boundless way. With the help of technology, The city of Vilnius in Lithuania and the city of Lublin in Poland are now connected by a portal in which they can see each other. The portal is of a circular shape that symbolizes the wheel of time, and in science fiction, it represents space and time. The city of Vilnius in Lithuania and…

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    SpaceX extends public beta on its Starlink Internet beta service to Canada and the United Kingdom

    SpaceX has previously released the public beta service of their Starlink Internet service to the United States. They call this Public Beta Service “Better Than Nothing”. SpaceX is currently expanding its service beyond the United States. At the same time, SpaceX has expanded its StarLink satellite internet internationally, and Elon Musk’s company is now testing public access to services in Canada and the United Kingdom. SpaceX has so far launched more than 1,000 Starlink satellites, aiming to build an interconnected Internet network with thousands of satellites designed to provide high-speed Internet access anywhere on Earth. Starlink set up and ready to connectSpaceX affiliates are registered in Austria, Australia, Argentina, Brazil,…

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    Xiaomi is working to block the installation of Google Services by alternative methods for non-GMS mobile phones

    Chinese smart phone companies do not provide Google Mobile Services for all smartphones launched in their country. That’s because all Google Platforms are banned in China. But even though Google Mobile Services was not provided for such smart phones, so far they have been able to download Google Mobile Services outside China or with the help of a VPN. However, they have stated that they will not be able to download Google Mobile Services from Xiaomi’s smartphones, which are a Chinese smartphone manufacturer. Accordingly, it will not be possible to obtain Google Mobile Services through alternative methods for MI and Redmi smartphones that do not have Google Mobile Services purchased…

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    ByteDance is officially launching the TikTok service for Android TV

    TikTok is now one of the most popular social media platforms among the younger generation, with users spending hours on it a day like other social media platforms. However, the occasional flashback to TikTok is still there. We have informed you about this before. You may also recall that we previously released their Social Media Platform for Amazon Fire TV. They have also launched an Android TV version of the TikTok App. Introduced for Android TV, the TikTok App is now available in the Play Store and can only be installed on selected Regions. They say that in the future, the TikTok App will be available on all Android TVs…

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    Recovers temporary crashes of Gmail, YouTube, and several other Google services

    Yesterday, several Google services, including YouTube, Gmail, Google Assistant, Google Docs and Google Drive, crashed. And you may have faced this problem too. Google has now fixed this problem. The Google Services Status Page also reported a Google service crash. In addition to the Google Services app, the crash also caused performance issues for smart home gadgets running with Google Assistant. It has also been reported that games such as Pokémon Go, which run on Google Backend Services, have stopped working with this. The Google Workspace Status Dashboard now shows that Google Services has been restored. According to Google’s official Twitter account for Google Cloud, an “authentication system outage” caused…

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    Apple launches Yoga Mat sale for $ 120, coincides with the launch of the Fitness + service

    Following the launch of the AirPods Max a few days ago, Apple is set to launch a new product. Accordingly, Apple is preparing to launch a personalized fitness service on December 14th. In line with this service, Apple is preparing to sell fitness accessories. Fitness + was introduced by Apple at the Apple Watch Series 6 and SE launch event in September. For the first time, Apple has listed yoga equipment in its online store. You’d be surprised to hear that it has a $ 120 Yoga Mat for free. But the truth is that Apple has listed a Yoga Mat for sale for US $ 120. Following is a…

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    Signs of court orders to sell WhatsApp and Instagram to break Facebook monopoly

    The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and 40 state lawmakers in the United States filed a lawsuit against Facebook last Wednesday for maintaining a monopoly on social media. Facebook acquired Instagram and WhatsApp in 2012 and 2014, respectively. They have named this as a step taken by Facebook to prevent its threats to the market. The FTC is in the process of issuing a permanent injunction ordering Facebook to sell both its Instagram and WhatsApp social networks. In addition, the FTC has suggested that any company that Facebook intends to make in the future should give prior notice of purchase and obtain approval. Facebook is already being notified of a $…

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    LG focuses on designing sliding doors with Transparent OLED Panel

    LG already has a very high quality transparent OLED transparent screen technology, and they are currently testing the possibility of using it in different fields. The LG transparent OLED TV is a success, and LG is exploring the possibility of using this transparent OLED dispay technology for auto sliding doors. This technology, which is being developed for use in business premises, banks and other private institutions, will move away from the concept of traditional doors and serve different purposes. LG points out that this new technology sliding door enables you to execute security measures, display ads, greet customers or communicate with employees. LG currently has the world’s most successful transparent…

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    Google is working to enable access to Google Maps Street View photos via Android devices

    You may recall that in a previous article we informed you that Google is working on a feature that captures Street View data without a 360 ° camera. Currently, Google has officially made the Street View app for Android the ability to capture Street View photos on your mobile phone. Users of ARCore-compatible Android devices will be able to capture imagery and publish it to Google Street View, with Google currently offering this feature to users in Toronto, New York, Austin, Nigeria, Indonesia and Costa Rica. Google hopes to extend this feature to other countries in the future. It is also reported that Google will use user-generated content when they…


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