On Monday, Ford Motor Co said that it is recalling nearly 435,000 vehicles, mostly in North America, because of two separate and unrelated problems --- rusting frame parts or defective seats.
In a move which marks a noteworthy advance for facial recognition software, researchers at social network Facebook have developed a complex new artificial intelligence system which has facial-detection ability that is nearly as accurate as that of humans.
In response to the exhaustive list of questions asked by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) from General Motors (GM) in connection with its 'ignition-switch recall crisis,' the automaker has submitted over 200,000 pages of records to the agency.
In a move evidently aimed at matching rival AT&T's price reduction for its Mobile Share Value plans earlier this year, Verizon Wireless has revealed in a Wednesday announcement that it has lowered the cost of its More Everything Edge smartphone 10GB plans.
In an announcement made on Wednesday, Canadian device maker BlackBerry said that it will not renew US carrier T-Mobile's license to sell BlackBerry devices after the present contract expires on April 25.
Internet search giant Google, which is well known for its April Fool's Day pranks, launched its now-immensely-popular Gmail email service on April 1, 2004 --- and it was anything but a joke; with the service going on to become the world's biggest webmail service!
According to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report, the second Apple-Samsung patent-infringement lawsuit trial - which commenced in a San Jose, California federal court on Tuesday - may bring Google engineers, including former Android Chief Andy Rubin, to the stand to testify in the case.
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