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    • Samsung Patent New Facial Recognition Technology | Hacker Noon

      Samsung Patent New Facial Recognition Technology | Hacker Noon

    • Turning your Samsung phone into a Linux desktop, the free way. | Hacker Noon

      Turning your Samsung phone into a Linux desktop, the free way. | Hacker Noon

    • The Oracle Database Docker Image Can Supercharge Your DevOps Learning | Hacker Noon

      The Oracle Database Docker Image Can Supercharge Your DevOps Learning | Hacker Noon

      This is a tutorial on how to install, use, and patch the Oracle Database Docker Image. Docker is a PaaS that delivers software in packages called containers.
    • The Oracle of Truth: Where Do Blockchain Betting Projects get Their Event's Results? | Hacker Noon

      The Oracle of Truth: Where Do Blockchain Betting Projects get Their Event's Results? | Hacker Noon

      There are hundreds of blockchain projects proposing to “disrupt” real-world industries, from insurance to sports betting. It seems like a great way to remove intermediaries and fight fraud. Unfortunately, crypto enthusiasts often forget one thing: as soon as external data is involved, blockchain is in trouble.
    • Exploring PL/SQL Nested Tables in Oracle | Hacker Noon

      Exploring PL/SQL Nested Tables in Oracle | Hacker Noon

      In this tutorial, you will learn how to declare and initialize Oracle PL/SQL collections (Nested Tables).
    • #Sony stories | Hacker Noon

      #Sony stories | Hacker Noon

      Read the latest Sony stories on Hacker Noon, where 10k+ technologists publish stories for 4M+ monthly readers.
    • Should Regulators License Blockchain Oracles? | Hacker Noon

      Should Regulators License Blockchain Oracles? | Hacker Noon

      Blockchain oracles, or off-chain data providers, are key players in the blockchain ecosystem - wielding as much if not more power than miners and protocols developers. Often misunderstood and overlooked, they suffer from constant misuse and security vulnerabilities. Licensing and endorsing professional oracles is key to improving the overall health of the blockchain ecosystem.
    • #Oracle stories | Hacker Noon

      #Oracle stories | Hacker Noon

      Read the latest Oracle stories on Hacker Noon, where 10k+ technologists publish stories for 4M+ monthly readers.
    • What to Watch for at Oracle Open World 2017 | Hacker Noon

      What to Watch for at Oracle Open World 2017 | Hacker Noon

    • TODAY: Spotify ? Social · Y FB ? $400M on Giphy · Uber & Ryanair Cut Jobs | Hacker Noon

      TODAY: Spotify ? Social · Y FB ? $400M on Giphy · Uber & Ryanair Cut Jobs | Hacker Noon

      I read the news so you don't have to: Spotify has launched a co-listening product stream so that you can listen to the same song with anyone, anywhere, in-sync; big surprise: Facebook bought Giphy for the data; both Europe's budget airline Ryanair and Uber are laying off a bunch of people; and France and Germany are pushing for a $545bn coronavirus relief fund.
    • dbForge Studio vs. PL/SQL developer: Which Oracle IDE to choose? | Hacker Noon

      dbForge Studio vs. PL/SQL developer: Which Oracle IDE to choose? | Hacker Noon

      Both dbForge Studio and PL/SQL Developer are integrated development environments (IDEs) designed to help with Oracle database developmenttasks and PL/SQL coding productivity. However, just as any two tools,the ones we’re discussing are not exactly the same. Sometimes, it’s very important to know which solution to choose given your specific needs and preferences. In this article, we’ll look at the differences of dbForge Studio and PL/SQL Developer and analyze their strengths and weaknesses in detail.
    • Creating a Branch Process in Oracle Apex | Hacker Noon

      Creating a Branch Process in Oracle Apex | Hacker Noon

      In Oracle Apex, we create a Branch Process to open another page after submitting the current page. Because a Branch process executes on the page submit.
    • Spotify, SoundCloud, and the Race Up the Value Chain | Hacker Noon

      Spotify, SoundCloud, and the Race Up the Value Chain | Hacker Noon

    • Why and How to Make the Migration from CentOS to Oracle Linux 7 in these Easy Steps | Hacker Noon

      Why and How to Make the Migration from CentOS to Oracle Linux 7 in these Easy Steps | Hacker Noon

      CentOS to Oracle Linux 7 in 2 Easy Steps.
    • Here's How I Passed The Oracle Certified Professional Examination | Hacker Noon

      Here's How I Passed The Oracle Certified Professional Examination | Hacker Noon

      In November 2020, I passed the Oracle Certified Professional Java 11 1Z0-819 exam. For me, it was a long journey of 4 months. Sitting with full concentration..
    • #Uber stories | Hacker Noon

      #Uber stories | Hacker Noon

      Read the latest Uber stories on Hacker Noon, where 10k+ technologists publish stories for 4M+ monthly readers.
    • Uber Wants to be an Amazon | Hacker Noon

      Uber Wants to be an Amazon | Hacker Noon

      Just like how Amazon is no longer about books, Uber is no longer about booking a car ride.
    • Vagrant with Oracle Database: For When You Need More Than a Container Image! | Hacker Noon

      Vagrant with Oracle Database: For When You Need More Than a Container Image! | Hacker Noon

      I’ve written about my love for Vagrant a few times already here, today I will show the steps to getting an Oracle Database with Vagrant.
    • The State of Uber in 55 Statistics | Hacker Noon

      The State of Uber in 55 Statistics | Hacker Noon

      I have a question for you
    • How to Protect your Business from Any Type of Criminals: The Complete Guide | Hacker Noon

      How to Protect your Business from Any Type of Criminals: The Complete Guide | Hacker Noon

      Today’s modern world is, undoubtedly, not a safe haven for any business. Make no mistake, even running a small-time operation or setting up a niche venture can become challenging. But surprisingly enough, the major brands like Sony or top cryptocurrency exchanges such as Binance aren’t under the greatest threat - criminals and hackers mostly see their prey under a much lower grade. Network security is one of the stumbling stones for businesses of any scale nowadays. Digital age fraudsters rarely engage in assaulting the top corporations - the largest chunk of their bounty comes from the companies that would never make it to the Forbes list.
    • Uber’s voice recording feature creates more problems than it fixes | Hacker Noon

      Uber’s voice recording feature creates more problems than it fixes | Hacker Noon

      For those who don’t know, Uber has come out with a new initiative to install a voice recording feature on their application. This feature will allow both the driver and the passenger to agree on Uber’s app to gain access to each of their microphones and record the whole ride until it’s over.
    • Top Features When Developing An On-Demand App Like Uber for Tutors | Hacker Noon

      Top Features When Developing An On-Demand App Like Uber for Tutors | Hacker Noon

      There are already a number of "Uber for Tutors" apps available online. If you're thinking about building your own, here are the key attributes to consider.
    • Uber Cool vs. Face Lyft | Hacker Noon

      Uber Cool vs. Face Lyft | Hacker Noon

      Let us all admit it! We have always been thrilled by rivalries between two fitting competitors. We have seen it happen between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. We have seen it happen between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. The world of technology and business cannot be an exception to this pattern. When it comes to mobile devices and operating systems, it is Google versus Apple. When it comes to enterprise computing, Apple has always been at loggerheads with Microsoft.
    • 'European Uber' Raises $109M · The UK Has No Chill · Libya is Waging a Proxy War | Hacker Noon

      'European Uber' Raises $109M · The UK Has No Chill · Libya is Waging a Proxy War | Hacker Noon

      The top 3 headlines from across the pond for Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
    • Uber, Lyft, & Co. Spent $205M On Proposition 22: Here's What Men Can Do Against Such Reckless Hate | Hacker Noon

      Uber, Lyft, & Co. Spent $205M On Proposition 22: Here's What Men Can Do Against Such Reckless Hate | Hacker Noon

      Big Tech scored a major victory with the passage of Proposition 22, which exempts drivers in the gig economy from the protection of California’s employment laws
    • How Did Uber Grow 4000% Through Their Referrals In India? | Hacker Noon

      How Did Uber Grow 4000% Through Their Referrals In India? | Hacker Noon

      When I say the word cab or ride-sharing, very often, the first word that pops up would either be Uber or in some cases Ola. Today I am going to tell you about how the former cemented itself such a prominent position in your mind. This is solidified by the fact that they have a presence in over 50 cities in India and carry out over 11 MILLION rides per WEEK!
    • When Should We Expect Uber Coin? | Hacker Noon

      When Should We Expect Uber Coin? | Hacker Noon

      What is the primary goal of any business? Without any doubt – money, and there is nothing wrong with that. Profits allow companies to invest in R&D and bring new products and services to the market, thus making our life easier and more comfortable. For example, we could compare a vehicle industry evolution over the past 50 years. Back in the day, a serious car accident would normally end up with someone´s death. Today, thanks to engineering genius and safety control people survive even 100 mph+ head-on collisions.
    • AI is Fostering in a New Era of Video Game Development | Hacker Noon

      AI is Fostering in a New Era of Video Game Development | Hacker Noon

      With Fortnite, developer Epic Games didn’t just create an internationally acclaimed game; they built a new virtual space for socializing. With the PlayStation VR, Sony released the first mass-market console that allowed us to experience high-definition virtual reality in the comfort of our own living rooms.
    • The dangers of Li-ion batteries you might not be aware of | Hacker Noon

      The dangers of Li-ion batteries you might not be aware of | Hacker Noon

    • Starting A Podcast Production Company with Renay Richardson | Hacker Noon

      Starting A Podcast Production Company with Renay Richardson | Hacker Noon

      Renay Richardson — podcast industry legend, Founder and CEO of Broccoli Content, creator of About Race, independent Sony Music Entertainment deal-closer —  is under pressure.
    • The Future of Battery Technology: What’s Next? | Hacker Noon

      The Future of Battery Technology: What’s Next? | Hacker Noon

      Lithium-ion batteries are the standard for electronics, electric vehicles and are also growing in popularity for military and aerospace applications. A prototype Li-ion battery was developed by Akira Yoshino in 1985, then a commercial Li-ion battery was developed by a Sony and Asahi Kasei team in 1991. Since then, there haven't really been any breakthroughs in rechargeable batteries, however, because Lithium is finite and not renewable, we will need to find different methods of making these batteries that almost all our electronic devices rely on.
    • PlayStation 5 Review: My Initial Thoughts on Sony's New System | Hacker Noon

      PlayStation 5 Review: My Initial Thoughts on Sony's New System | Hacker Noon

      When Sony announced that the PS5 would launch in November, I decided that it was time to say goodbye to my old Xbox 360. I read a lot about preorder fiascos with previous launches, and even more about the risks of being an early adopter of a next-gen console, but I didn’t let any reading discourage me
    • Benefits of Using WordPress to Power Your Company’s Website | Hacker Noon

      Benefits of Using WordPress to Power Your Company’s Website | Hacker Noon

      WordPress is one of the most popular CMS platforms and it powers nearly one-third of the world’s websites. You can use WordPress Development Services from small personal blogs to the complex sites of major corporations such as Sony, and TIME Magazine, and so on
    • Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition is Free Until May 14 | Hacker Noon

      Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition is Free Until May 14 | Hacker Noon

      Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition is the latest free game content drop for Sony PlayStation's Play at Home 2021 program. Gamers can download it for free now.
    • Smartphone Manufacturers Like Samsung and HTC are Upping Their Game With Blockchain | Hacker Noon

      Smartphone Manufacturers Like Samsung and HTC are Upping Their Game With Blockchain | Hacker Noon

    • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Review: One Week of Testing | Hacker Noon

      Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Review: One Week of Testing | Hacker Noon

      Last week, I finally gave in to the temptation to buy Samsung's latest flagship tablet - the Tab S7. This is the first time I've owned a tablet in years, so I've been very excited to start using it! In this Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 review, I'll talk about how I've found the tablet to use, and my thoughts on some of the decisions Samsung has taken.
    • My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero Due Out for Spring Global Release, New Trailer | Hacker Noon

      My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero Due Out for Spring Global Release, New Trailer | Hacker Noon

      Sony Entertainment Games has revealed a new mobile game based on the My Hero Academia franchise. My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero is due to arrive on iOS and Android as a global release later this year. Per Gamespot, the title was first released last December in Asia.
    • Big Players for “One Pie”: Samsung and Facebook’s Big Move | Hacker Noon

      Big Players for “One Pie”: Samsung and Facebook’s Big Move | Hacker Noon

    • #Pfizer stories | Hacker Noon

      #Pfizer stories | Hacker Noon

      Read the latest Pfizer stories on Hacker Noon, where 10k+ technologists publish stories for 4M+ monthly readers.
    • Samsung to join the Cryptocurrency Craze | Hacker Noon

      Samsung to join the Cryptocurrency Craze | Hacker Noon

    • NEON.LIFE: Meet Your Digital Avatar from Samsung | Hacker Noon

      NEON.LIFE: Meet Your Digital Avatar from Samsung | Hacker Noon

      Anyone watched Blade Running 2049 must remember ‘Joi’, the pretty and sophisticated holographic projection of an artificial human. She speaks to you, helps you with house affairs, tells jokes to you, keeps you accompanied, and some more… just like a real human. She even has her own memory with you and developed character over time. Except, ‘she’ is not human. She is just a super complicated ‘modeling’ of a real human that can speak, act and react like one. Yet still, quite some people secretly wish that they could also have their own ‘Joi’. Well, she might not be as far away as you think. Enter NEON, Samsung’s new artificial human.
    • A tale of two Samsungs: ARM vs. Qualcomm in Android graphics | Hacker Noon

      A tale of two Samsungs: ARM vs. Qualcomm in Android graphics | Hacker Noon

    • #Texas Instruments stories | Hacker Noon

      #Texas Instruments stories | Hacker Noon

      Read the latest Texas Instruments stories on Hacker Noon, where 10k+ technologists publish stories for 4M+ monthly readers.

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