Google Maps Now Shows Parking Spots, Gets Parking Difficulty Icon in More Cities

HIGHLIGHTS Google Maps is adding a new feature that car-riders will appreciate The company is also bringing Parking Spot feature to more cities Neither of the features are available in India just yet You can now count on Google Maps to help you find good parking spots in crowded malls and other places, thanks to the latest effort from Google as it continues to push the reach and use cases of its mapping service. Android users who rely on Google Maps will now see a new Find parking option when they type a destination, Google said….

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5 Awesome Things to Do in Chennai

The capital of Tamil Nadu, Chennai lies on the fascinating coast of the elevated Bay of Bengal and is recognized for its rich history, colorful cultures, amazing contributions towards traditions and music. Also, the residence to some of the gorgeous beaches, divine churches, sacred temples, this city exclusively proves to be a wealth heap for the tourists. It does not matter if you are among the honeymooners or vacation seekers, excursion with friends or family members, seeking for some adventure and fun or outlining for a backpacking trip, the list…

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Find Out The Availability Of Best Screen Recorders

Nowadays people use screen recorders for great many reasons. Introducing another user to do some task in his or her computer is something will make you break down at the end of the day. While screen recording is a viable solution of the above mentioned situation as well as will help you to capture streaming videos to perceive offline videos later, record YouTube videos or even capture Skype calls, in this content we are going to compile the best screen recorders for our users. Movavi screen capture video is a…

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IS SOCIAL MEDIA ON THE TABLE IN 2020?

  . By Kevin Lamarque/REUTERS. There is a moment in Fahrenheit 451 when Clarisse, the affable teenager who lives next door to the firefighter Montag, pauses to essay about how fast society moves and what has been lost in the process. “I sometimes think drivers don’t know what grass is, or flowers, because they never see them slowly,” Clarisse says. “If you showed a driver a green blur, Oh yes! he’d say, that’s grass! A pink blur! That’s a rose garden! White blurs are houses. Brown blurs are cows. My…

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Make Efficient Use Of Tools Offered By EaseUS Data Recovery Software

Data recovery software have been seeing a rise in their usage each day. These type of software allow the users to recover any lost files that they may have lost due to some unfortunate reasons. These reasons may include hard disk crash, OS failure, virus attacks, malware, lost partitions, or accidental deletion. If you are going through a similar situation and are stuck due to the loss of some important data, you must try a data recovery software, just like EaseUS Data recovery software. The EaseUS data or file data…

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Two bodies recovered after search for speedboat

Image captionIt is thought the men were driving a speedboat from Port Logan in Dumfries and Galloway The bodies of two men have been found following a rescue operation launched off the Dumfries and Galloway coast. The bodies, recovered from the Irish Sea, have yet to be formally identified, but are believed to be those of two men – aged 35 and 46 – who went missing on Saturday. They had been driving a speedboat from Port Logan, possibly to Stranraer. Police Scotland said officers were trying to determine the…

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German parents told to destroy Cayla dolls over hacking fears

An official watchdog in Germany has told parents to destroy a talking doll called Cayla because its smart technology can reveal personal data. The warning was issued by the Federal Network Agency (Bundesnetzagentur), which oversees telecommunications. Researchers say hackers can use an unsecure bluetooth device embedded in the toy to listen and talk to the child playing with it. But the UK Toy Retailers Association said Cayla “offers no special risk”. In a statement sent to the BBC, the TRA also said “there is no reason for alarm”. The Vivid…

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Turkey explosion: Car bomb kills child in Sanliurfa province

A child was killed and at least 15 people injured in a large car bomb blast in a town in southern Turkey, a regional governor says. The explosion targeted a building housing judges and prosecutors in Viransehir, in Sanliurfa province, which borders Syria. Provincial governor Gungor Azim Tuna told the state news agency Anadolu that a child aged three had been killed. Turkish cities and towns have been hit by several attacks in the past year. In May last year, police in Viransehir, a mainly Kurdish and Arab town, shot…

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Facebook wants users to define ‘objectionable’ content

New York: After facing criticism for its censorship policies, Facebook now wants to empower its users to define what is “objectionable.” In this way the social networking major is eventually empowering them to decide how much nudity and violence they are comfortable seeing, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a post. These policies help a user understand what type of sharing is allowed on Facebook and what type of content may be reported to the social media giant and removed. “The idea is to give everyone in the community options for…

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Zuckerberg: My Facebook manifesto to re-boot globalisation

Mark Zuckerberg has revealed deep-seated concerns that the tide is turning against globalisation. In an interview with the BBC, the Facebook founder said that fake news, polarised views and “filter bubbles” were damaging “common understanding”. He said people had been left behind by global growth, sparking demands to “withdraw” from the “connected world”. In a call to action, he said people must not “sit around and be upset”, but act to build “social infrastructures”. “When I started Facebook, the mission of connecting the world was not controversial,” he told me….

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