Author: Richard Griffith

Richard is a writer for Binzbit. He currently covers news related to progression in space exploration industry. You can reach him though [email protected]

If you’re in the market for a new laptop, then you might want to know that Lenovo has unveiled a series of Windows 10 laptops and Chromebooks with Intel and AMD processors. Lenovo’s latest laptops are targeted towards the education market. The Lenovo 500e Gen 3 is an 11.6-inch HD (1366 x 768) touch display on a 360-degree hinge for flipping between tablet, laptop and tent modes. The laptop is targeted towards home and education market and comes with a Gorilla Glass display, reinforced ports and hinges, and a water-resistant keyboard that can cope with up to 360ml of spilled…

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Although ad blockers can be useful at blocking annoying advertisements as well as trackers, at times they can break a website completely. This happens because some of the adblockers can identify some elements as ads which would ultimately break the website. Since this can be problematic, Mozilla has decided to introduce a new feature to resolve the issue. With the latest update, Mozilla has introduced ‘SmartBlock’. According to the organization, Firefox will fix the websites that are broken while keeping users’ privacy. Mozilla said, “SmartBlock does this by providing local stand-ins for blocked third-party tracking scripts. These stand-in scripts behave…

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In a blog post earlier today, Facebook revealed that the social network has disabled over 1.3 billion fake accounts between October and December 2020. This is one of the several stats the company highlighted ahead of the company’s hearing later this week regarding the social network’s attempt and combating misinformation over the platform. Facebook also revealed that there are over 35,000 employees working on combating misinformation across different platforms. Apart from the fake accounts, the blog post revealed that Facebook removed more than 12 million pieces of content with misinformation about COVID-19 and vaccines with help from its AI systems.…

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Google and Microsoft have announced that they will be joining other companies to improve compatibility across different web browsers. Titled Compat2021, movement will try to improve five major areas that often draw complaints from developers. This latest announce comes after a period of research including surveys conducted by Mozilla Developer Network, State of CSS and State of JS surveys as well as web platform tests. For this year, the focus will be on five areas. These include: CSS Flexbox, CSS Grid, CSS sticky positioning, the CSS aspect-ratio property, and CSS Transforms. While CSS Flexbox is widely used feature, sometimes it…

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Although Audacity isn’t the most feature packed audio editor, it’s been over nine years since Audacity first launched a new version for the popular editor. If you are one of many fans who are eagerly waiting for a new release, then you’ll be glad to know that you can now download Audacity 3.0. At the moment, Audacity is available for Windows, Mac and Linux as an open-source audio editor. The app allows users to record, edit and apply post-processing effects to music, podcasts and other types of audio. In the latest release, the company addressed over 160 bugs. Apart from…

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In a surprising move, Amazon banned its third-party sellers from using FedEx Ground and Home to deliver their products just before the holiday season in 2019. As expected, the decision had very minimal impact on Amazon’s delivery time. However, a lot of businesses encountered problems during the holiday season due the company’s decision. And now, Amazon has brought back the service to the third-party sellers on the platform. If you have been following both companies, then Amazon’s decision didn’t come off as a major shock. For a while, Amazon has claimed that FedEx’s performance has been declining over the years.…

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Most of the major companies around the world have started using AI to bring their products to customers. Just recently, Google revealed that it has trained AI that detects breast cancer more accurately than humans. And now, IBM has launched an Advertising Accelerator that will use artificial intelligence to predict best available creatives for advertisements that would improve engagement. According to IBM, the new product will address three crucial factors. These are: Anticipation: Predicts the creative elements to drive engagement Segmentation: Discovers new audience segments based on message resonance to help expand a message to untapped audiences. Revelation: Analyzes each…

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