October 25, 2020

Tech News|02-09-2020|The Shahi Tech|UPDATE 11.

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Advanced Changes in JF17 Block 3 | Technology News

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In Kenya, Blind Students Learn Through Technology

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Until recently, blind and visually impaired students in Kenya were still using Braille books for their studies. But Kenyan schools for the blind are now beginning to adopt technology that provides material in a audible form — and in the process expands their opportunities. Lenny Ruvaga reports from the town of Thika. Originally published...

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Central Florida – Ga Tech among 2 Free Picks – 9/19/20

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Al DeMarco, the General Manager of DeMarcoSports.com, has Free College Football Gambling Predictions on the Central Florida – Georgia Tech and Western Kentucky – Liberty games for Saturday, September 19, 2020. Al Demarco, a former contributor on Fox Sports, MSNBC and Comcast Sports TV who brings over 25 years of Handicapping experience to the...

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Tech News Today 1746: Hell Breaks Loose at Uber

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According to the Information, Uber used secret software to track Lyft drivers’ location and to determine what drivers were working for both Uber and Lyft in order to give them bonuses and to convince them to work only for Uber. T-Mobile scored big in the 600 MHz spectrum auction, paying $7.99 billion for 45...

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