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VR Recreates Dead Child – Top Trending Stories

Here are today’s Top 5 News & Events from Around the World. Take a look!

#5

VR Recreates Dead Child, Ethical Or Not?

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A South Korean documentary aired on national channel showed the process of recreation of a dead child so that the family can say a final goodbye. The virtual reality technology made it possible to bring back a deceased child in lifesize experience for its mother. Would you ever want VR to do something similar for you? Is it ethical or not? As the VR tech evolves the answers to these questions will remain crucial. Link.

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#4

Sneaky Tesla Removes Autopilot Feature In Used Model, Without Notice

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Tesla has removed its autopilot feature in a used Tesla model without even informing the owner. According to Jalopnik, the car in question was sold to a Tesla dealer in an auction with the full self-driving tech feature mentioned in the feature list. Sold on November 15 car had the feature and on November 18 the feature was missing. Tesla removed the feature during a remote audit of the car. Link.

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#3

Pope Calls Out To Web Companies, Urges Measures Against Traffickers

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On Sunday, Pope Francis called out on web firms to take actions against traffickers so that they are not able to use the web to entrap innocent people. Pope quoted research which states that traffickers use the most modern form of communication to snare their victims. Link.

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#2

Stop Using Bluetooth On Andriod Devices Till You Patch It

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According to researchers, many Android devices that are not using the latest OS can be hacked through Bluetooth use. Both Android 8 Oreo and Android 9 Pie are under threat. Hackers can sneak in malware through Bluetooth and steal sensitive data of users. Update your phone to Android 10 to prevent such an attack. Link.

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#1

Forget Houses Now Even Parking Spaces Are Pricey In SanFrancisco

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Image Credit: Business Insider Bill Williams

 Ever heard of residential parking spaces selling for $100,000? Well, a recent listing for a single parking space is asking for $100,000. The owners of this parking space were previously renting it out for $300 per month. Link.

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