Google suffers $ 2.7 billion penalty for breaking EU antitrust laws

Following an investigation by the European Union on Google which had lasted for 7 years, Google has been charged with an exorbitant fine of € 2.42 billion ($ 2.7 billion) for breaking antitrust law. This disciplinary action was taken after an algorithmic search into the company which led to the finding that Google had “abused …

Lenovo sacks 1,100 employees

Of late in our dear country, while factories are closing down on an ailing economy, new workshops are opening up: devil’s workshops precisely. An idle mind is the devil workshop it is said and with the many hands and minds getting idle, the devil is now such a busy industrialist, managing his chain of workshops …

Teaser reveals Xiaomi’s soonest smartphone will sport a dual-camera setup,

Xiaomi is slowing creeping into the African market particularly the Nigerian smartphone market. As you know it, Xiaomi is the world’s 4th largest smartphone maker. And not really just smartphones, Xiaomi produces and sells laptops, mobile apps, as well as related consumer electronics. Xioami of late have been ramping sumptuous pressure on Lenovo in the …

President Barack Obama says he wants self-driving cars

Technology is proudly the chariot pulling our civilization forward. So far man doesn’t have much to regret being evicted from the acclaimed garden of Eden as our noble scientists have so far from the laboratories almost simulated paradise. The recent push we are having is self driving cars. And now President Obama is voicing his …

Samsung declares war on Dropbox and Google Drive: launches its Cloud storage

….Galaxy Note 7 owners get 15GB free storage Before the latest Samsung’s event which held in New York City yesterday, rumours were saturating the air that Samsung could initiate the launch of a new cloud storage service to be tagged Samsung Cloud. And true to expectations, Samsung accredited the rumours in its New York event …

Samsung Bringing Smart Contact Lenses Which Takes Photos In The Blink Of An a Eye.

Samsung is developing Contact lenses which presents a built-in camera, sensors as well as a display which has the capacity to project images straight into the eyes of the wearer. The South Korean electronics giant’s patent application for the technology —initially noticed by unofficial Samsung blog Sammobile—made the revelation that the concept drew its inspiration …