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Alibaba Chairman Jack Ma Will Step Down Next Year

After widespread speculation about China-based e-commerce giant Alibaba's Chairman Jack Ma's resignation, Alibaba Group has announced today that the venerable billionaire mastermind behind the global brand is stepping down. Effective September 10 2019, exactly a year from today, Ma will hand over the reins to the conglomerate to his successor,

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New Voice and Video Conference Call Feature Launched on WhatsApp

Announced at the Facebook F8 developer conference in May this year, WhatsApp's long-awaited voice and video group calling feature has finally arrived. Live on both Android and iOS, the new group call feature supports conversations with up to four participants regardless of location. [caption id="attachment_133482" align="alignnone" width="1080"] Image: WhatsApp Blog[/caption]

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Netflix Keeps You Updated With Android-Only ‘Smart Downloads’ Feature

Downloading your favourite episodes on Netflix is a pretty manual process, especially if you follow multiple shows at the same time. To solve this pesky problem, Netflix has introduced a new Smart Downloads feature, limited to Android users at present. [caption id="attachment_133208" align="alignnone" width="1800"] The new Smart Downloads feature on

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VR Zone Reviews MekaMon: AR, Robotics Gameplay At Your Fingertips

These days, "gaming" would conjure up high-refresh rate monitor rigs, angular CPUs replete with cooling pipes within, and dizzying, pulsating colours running through clicky keyboards and perfectly sculpted mice. Reach Robotics challenges all those with the MekaMon: a robotic platform that overlays AR gameplay elements on your very own Android

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Step Aside, YouTube: Facebook’s IGTV Might Be the Next Big Thing In Video Streaming

Just earlier today, Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom announced the launch of IGTV, a standalone app accessible from within Instagram. This new platform will allow users to upload videos up to one hour in length, up from the one-minute limit on Instagram. [caption id="attachment_133018" align="alignnone" width="476"] Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom announces

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