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Technology News - July 22nd - July 28th, 2019
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Evolve Funds Group Inc
. ("Evolve") has announced the inclusion of a 5G technology category to
Innovation Index Fund (TSX: EDGE), "providing Canadian investors the opportunity to participate in the next wave of mobile connectivity. As global carriers invest billions in the development of the 5G network, this innovative technology is on the brink of disruption." Evolve's President and CEO, Raj Lala stated: "This will help fuel a huge rise in Internet of Things technology allowing for a smarter and more connected world. This will be critical in many aspects of our future lives including self-driving cars and robotics."
A prototype of
Mars rocket lifted off Thursday night for a landmark test.
President Trump tweeted Friday that he will
not exempt Apple
from paying tariffs "on parts for the new Mac Pro, which Apple will reportedly assemble in China. Final assembly of the current version of the Mac Pro takes place in Texas."
TikTok owner ByteDance
is developing a smartphone. "According to Chinese financial magazine Caijing, the new phone has been in development for seven months."
are planning to "launch the world's first office dedicated to scrutinizing algorithms used by tech giants such as Facebook and Google."
a major electricity supplier in South Africa's largest city suffered a ransomware attack, leaving some residents without power.
now has 139 million users.
The U.S. Justice Department has opened an
of tech companies such as Amazon, Facebook, and Google.
three notable stories
from last week, including
impressive quarterly updates and
acquisition of most of Intel's modem business.
at the University of California San Diego have created a contact lens, controlled by eye movements, that can zoom in if you blink twice.
French 'Green Goblin'
prepares for next attempt to fly from France to England, after failing last week.
Apple’s 2020 iPhones
will reportedly support 5G.
buys Intel’s smartphone modem business.