Importance of Selenium Testing

Selenium being an open source tool, it is supported by a large pool of volunteers of open source developers. Selenium has developed into one of the most widespread automation testing tools in current days. More and more organizations are approving Selenium over other commercial software testing tools. Selenium is dominating automation tools these years. The 

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Software Testing ISTQB Certification – Its Benefits

ISTQB certification is one of the finest testing certification that you can have on your CV. It’s directed by a non-profit organization which is made of up industry specialists all around the world, who have many decades of experience in Software Testing. Some of the benefits / advantages of ISTQB software testing certification are: There is no minimum qualification 

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Apple unveils new ‘night mode’ to aid iPhone and iPad possessors sleep

Apple is beginning a new iPad and iPhone feature to benefit handlers fall asleep more effortlessly. The new Night Shift mode spontaneously decreases the ranks of blue light released by the devices in the dusk, altering the screen to a deeper shade. The technology giant said, the readings show that coverage to bright blue light 

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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg discloses this year’s plan to make artificially intelligent butler

Facebook originator Mark Zuckerberg strategize to help run his home this year by building an artificially intelligent assistant. The social network tycoon used a Facebook post to disclose his brave desire, which he compared to other personal challenges he has set himself such as learning Mandarin. As he said: “My own challenge for 2016 is 

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London student’s parking pleas site saves drivers £2m in four months

An imaginative London student set up a website for parking appeals has saved drivers £2million in the four months since it was launched.  Joshua Browder, 18, came up with a website that produces a parking charge request automatically.  DoNotPay.co.uk has been used by 86,000 people ever since the IT student set it up in August.  Of those, 

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Police issue warning over drones after near-misses at airport

Police have deal out a warning to drone owners ahead of Christmas later as two near-misses with planes at an airport. Hampshire Police supposed 46 incidents linking drones were noted this year. They comprised news of a drone coming within a wing’s length of two distinct aircraft touchdown at Southampton International Airport. Other incidents encompassed 

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After his comments on Muslims, Donald Trump’s business empire targeted by ‘Anonymous’ hackers

Donald Trump’s business domain has been under attack by hacking group ‘Anonymous’ in the stir of his debated comments about Muslims.  The website for Trump Towers was taken offline for around an hour today, the Republican Presidential hopeful’s glitzy skyscraper in Manhattan. In a tweet Anonymous said: “As statement against racism and hatred, Trump Towers 

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Christmas tree fairy lights ‘could slow down broadband speeds’

A communications watchdog has warned that Christmas trees fairy lights could lead to slower the speeds of broadband. Ofcom predicted that up to six million offices and homes could improve their broadband connection as “interference” from other devices slowed down wireless networks. It cited electronic goods such as microwave ovens, baby monitors and even festive 

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For visually impaired, smart headsets updates smart headsets

In collaboration with Guide Dogs, Microsoft has updated its assistive technology to create a more useful experience for those with vision impairments. Microsoft has updated its assistive technology in collaboration with British charity Guide Dogs, adding an app and smart headsets aimed to help those with vision impairments better navigate their surroundings using sound. Microsoft 

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Inside online store’s ‘Fulfilment Centre’ warehouse: Amazon Black Friday

This is the Amazon warehouse that will speed thousands of packages to Londoners on Black Friday – As big as 10 football pitches, operating 24 hours a day, with more than 2,000 workers continually working. “Fulfilment Centre” in Hemel Hempstead of Amazon, look like nothing so much as the huge warehouse seen at the end 

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