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    Published On : Sun, Jul 30th, 2017
    Tech News | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    Top 5 things in Tech World that you don’t know

    Nagpur: In this 21st century , nothing is unknown to the human race, yet there are some facts and news you might don’t know about the technological world existing with us and getting advance every single minute.

    The daily routine, projects, proposals, advancements , patents and research papers may be unknown to you folks, so for being updated here are the top 5 main topics of the day you should know about..

    Google is buying a number of properties in Silicon Valley, with an overall expenditure of about $820 million (£626 million). The company said that it now has more than 72,000 employees, and is looking to expand in the Sunnyvale, California area to branch out from its main Mountain View campus.

    Facebook unveiled version 2.1 of its Messenger app, which now includes support for built-in natural language processing (NLP) as well as a payment SDK. In chats between customers and brands or businesses, the NLP tool will automatically detect the context of a message and pass it along to a bot, which in turn will give the end user tailored, automatic responses.

    Dropbox is getting closer to its initial public offering, and is working with financial giant Goldman Sachs on the papers to bring it on as a lead adviser. The file-hosting service was last valued in 2014 at $10 billion (£7.6 billion).

    Twitter’s report for its second quarter earnings mentioned that the company added zero new users over the last three months, and the stock fell 10% as a result. The company managed to beat Wall Street’s expectations in terms of revenue, however, with $574 million (£438 million) versus an expected $537 million (£410 million).

    Amazon plans to keep its Amazon Fresh and Amazon Go services after it completes the $13.7 billion (£10.4 billion) acquisition of Whole Foods. The company still wants to experiment and offer its customers a number of choices to figure out the best way they want to shop for groceries, as it believes “there will be no one solution.”

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