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4 Tech Giants Rain Down New Gear

4 Tech Giants Rain Down New Gear

The last week of October brought a handful of new devices and gadgets: Macbook Pro finally starts to integrate touch… Microsoft Surface Studio, basically the Lenovo Horizon but with better hinge tech an interesting add on handheld tool… Tesla takes to the roofs… China is slowing killing bezel… Peak into the future of what iPhones… Continue Reading

BMW’s vision: a motorcycle that won’t crash

BMW’s vision: a motorcycle that won’t crash

Looking ahead to its second century, BMW this week completed the vision for its four groups: BMW, BMW Motorrad (motorcycles), Mini, and Rolls-Royce. Tuesday in Santa Monica, CA, it was BMW Motorrad’s turn, and it showed a conceptual bike called the Vision Next 100 that keeps itself upright while driving or standing. While the BMW concept… Continue Reading

Brain implant restores paralyzed man’s sense of touch

Brain implant restores paralyzed man’s sense of touch

The human nervous system is a delicate thing. Damage it in the right place, and a person can lose the ability to control much of their bodies. Since the nervous system is largely based on the transmission of electrical impulses, scientists have long experimented with ways to replace the missing signals with artificial ones. In… Continue Reading

MIT just got close to energy-positive fusion

MIT just got close to energy-positive fusion

With nothing to lose, the team decided to push the reactor to the redline. “We’ve learned new things… and we haven’t broken the machine,” team lead Earl Marmar had told the MIT news in the last days of September. “It’s not over yet.” Continue Reading

A Week With Sony’s Virtual Reality Headset

A Week With Sony’s Virtual Reality Headset

The PlayStation VR ($399) has been out in the wild for about a week now, and I’ve been busy giving it a thorough workout. Since my headset arrived last Thursday, I’ve spent countless hours fixing cars, golfing, defusing bombs, and leaning perilously over the virtual abyss. With a few days of VR exploration under my… Continue Reading

Surviving the Internet’s Troll Apocalypse

Surviving the Internet’s Troll Apocalypse

Social media has sharpened humans’ age-old appetite for public shaming, providing a stage and unlimited seating for a seemingly unending stream of immorality plays. Those who share even the simplest identifying details about themselves are vulnerable to being pushed into the glare of the spotlight. The anonymity the Internet provides frees many individuals of the… Continue Reading

T-Mobile pays $48M for misleading unlimited data plan

T-Mobile pays $48M for misleading unlimited data plan

T-Mobile has agreed to a $48 million settlement with the Federal Communications Commissionfor misleading consumers about its “unlimited” data plan. On Wednesday, the FCC said an investigation found the wireless operator didn’t make clear to customers the speed and data restrictions on its unlimited data plan. Specifically, the FCC received complaints from customers who said… Continue Reading

CBS joins YouTube’s streaming in early 2017

CBS joins YouTube’s streaming in early 2017

YouTube’s rumored TV service just got a major new partner. According to reports in The Wall Street Journal and Variety, CBS has signed a deal with Google to provide content to a new TV subscription service that will launch in early 2017. That service, first reported by Bloomberg News earlier this year, would launch under… Continue Reading

Uber- self-driving cars won’t replace human’s for awhile

Uber- self-driving cars won’t replace human’s for awhile

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick says his company’s efforts to automate vehicles is an “existential” decision to be able to survive the next big shift in transportation. Yet when speaking at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit in San Francisco this evening, Kalanick says that the technology won’t eviscerate millions of jobs, as many economists and… Continue Reading

Possible Google Search Rank Update

Possible Google Search Rank Update

Data collected from Glenn Gabe at G-Squared Interactive shows strong evidence that a Google algorithm updated occurred this month. Throughout the month of June, Gabe says he has seen some major volatility in search rankings, with some websites soaring in rankings and others falling. Continue Reading

End Of The Line For Note 7

End Of The Line For Note 7

Samsung will permanently stop selling its new flagship phone amid fears that it could blow up, it has said. The company has already sold millions of the new handset and has already launched a program to have those dangerous handsets recalled. It has also told owners that if they own a phone they should be switched… Continue Reading

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