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War Machine Is Your Sneak Peek at Netflix’s Blockbuster Future
Brad Pitt's combat satire is the streaming service's riskiest original film yet. But where does the company grow from here? The post War Machine Is Your Sneak Peek at Netflix's Blockbuster Future appeared first on WIRED.
14 hours ago
Wired
War Machine Is Your Sneak Peek at Netflix’s Blockbuster Future
Google’s AlphaGo Trounces Humans?But It Also Gives Them a Boost
The world's top Go players are now taking pages from AlphaGo's playbook. The post Google's AlphaGo Trounces Humans?But It Also Gives Them a Boost appeared first on WIRED.
15 hours ago
Wired
Google’s AlphaGo Trounces Humans?But It Also Gives Them a Boost
Assistants, Please
Is there anything your phone can't do these days? The post Assistants, Please appeared first on WIRED.
16 hours ago
Wired
Assistants, Please
Obesity Surgery May Work by Remaking Your Gut Microbiome
A mounting body of evidence suggests that it may be possible to get all the weight-dropping effects of obesity surgery without going under the knife. The post Obesity Surgery May Work by Remaking Your Gut Microbiome appeared first on WIRED.
19 hours ago
Wired
Obesity Surgery May Work by Remaking Your Gut Microbiome
Where"and When"You’ll Find America’s Worst Traffic This Memorial Day Weekend
And some tips for dodging the worst of the worst. The post Where"and When"You'll Find America's Worst Traffic This Memorial Day Weekend appeared first on WIRED.
20 hours ago
Wired
Where"and When"You’ll Find America’s Worst Traffic This Memorial Day Weekend
9 Essential Summer Reads?From Sci-Fi to Philosophical Superheroes
Summer is nigh. These are the books to keep on-hand while prepping for your next vacation. The post 9 Essential Summer Reads?From Sci-Fi to Philosophical Superheroes appeared first on WIRED.
22 hours ago
Wired
9 Essential Summer Reads?From Sci-Fi to Philosophical Superheroes
Crunch Report | Sprig Is Shutting Down
Sprig is shutting down, Sergey Brin is building a giant airship, Nielsen’s latest data show a ton of people still watch content on TV and bitcoin experiences an outage from all the bitcoin ups and downs. All this on Crunch Report. Read More
7 hours ago
Techcrunch
Crunch Report | Sprig Is Shutting Down
Reid Hoffman, Bill Gates, Sam Altman invest $30 million in Change.org
LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman announced today that he’s making a big bet on Change.org, the site for social justice petitions. Hoffman is leading a $30 million round, with other investors including big names like Bill Gates and Y Combinator president Sam Altman. “Change.org, the global ...
9 hours ago
Techcrunch
Reid Hoffman, Bill Gates, Sam Altman invest $30 million in Change.org
Google has reportedly launched a new AI-focused venture capital program
Google has launched a new venture capital program focused on artificial intelligence, Axios is reporting. Google declined to comment on the report, which states that the initiative will be led by longtime Google VP of engineering Anna Patterson and involve a rotating cast of engineers instead of the ...
12 hours ago
Techcrunch
Google has reportedly launched a new AI-focused venture capital program
The 18 most memorable quotes of Disrupt New York 2017
TechCrunch Disrupt NY was one of the best yet, and we had a lineup of fascinating speakers discussing everything from CRISPR to online media. Here are a few of the highlights. Read More
13 hours ago
Techcrunch
The 18 most memorable quotes of Disrupt New York 2017
Weekly Roundup: DJI's Spark drone, Mark Zuckerberg addresses Harvard
This week, DJI announced a brand new drone, Mark Zuckerberg delivered the Harvard commencement speech and Airbnb’s internal data science program was announced. These are the top stories of the week. This post is also a newsletter, so you can sign up to have it delivered to your inbox on Saturday ...
14 hours ago
Techcrunch
Weekly Roundup: DJI's Spark drone, Mark Zuckerberg addresses Harvard
This robot arm's AI thinks like we do about how to grab something
Robots are great at doing things they’ve been shown how to do, but when presented with a novel problem, such as an unfamiliar shape that needs to be gripped, they tend to choke. AI is helping there in the form of systems like Dex-Net, which uses deep learning to let a robotic arm improvise an effective ...
15 hours ago
Techcrunch
This robot arm's AI thinks like we do about how to grab something
Study hints that wearables are terrible at counting calories, just like their users
A new study out of Stanford measured the accuracy of seven wristband activity monitors and found that while six out of seven wearables measured heart rate accurately, none of them were able to accurately measure calories burned. The study involved 60 volunteers from a larger pool, selected specifically ...
4 hours ago
Readwrite
Study hints that wearables are terrible at counting calories, just like their users
Eye tracking in VR/AR: The promise and the perils
What if everyone knew exactly what you are looking at? Chat with a stranger and she will know if you focus on her eyes, chest or belt. Talk with a neighbor and he’ll know when your gaze is wandering away. A couple of years ago, I met a salesperson demonstrating an eye tracker for a... Read more ...
4 hours ago
Readwrite
Eye tracking in VR/AR: The promise and the perils
AT&T completes its nationwide LTE-M network ahead of schedule
Your IoT devices may soon have a new network to connect to in order to transmit data directly to the cloud. AT&T has completed its nationwide rollout of its LTE-M Internet of Things (IoT) network. This rollout, which involved a software update to AT&T’s existing LTE network, enables IoT ...
2 days ago
Readwrite
AT&T completes its nationwide LTE-M network ahead of schedule
Volvo wants to automate your weekly garbage pickup
Volvo is working on a project that it hopes will make the job of garbage pickup safer and easier for sanitation workers. If successful, it will also reduce the number of workers required to complete each route. By automating the truck’s bin-to-bin travel, the worker doesn’t have to continually ...
2 days ago
Readwrite
Volvo wants to automate your weekly garbage pickup
I Hated Growing Up Evangelical In Sweden, But It Made Me A Better Entrepreneur
I was brought up in a highly religious family in Sweden, where evangelizing was encouraged from a very young age. I was just seven years old when I first had to preach to a crowd of over 700 adults. Soon afterward, I was sent out to go knocking on doors in search of potential converts. I ...
5 hours ago
Fast Company
I Hated Growing Up Evangelical In Sweden, But It Made Me A Better Entrepreneur
A Rugged Box Of Education Tech With Its Own Internet Connection, And Other World Changing Developing World Technology
A lot of technologists have worked to wire up the world’s classrooms, but few can claim this: the ability to wire up more or less any school anywhere. That’s what the KioKit does, and it’s one reason the Kenyan-born project won the developing world technology category in this ...
18 hours ago
Fast Company
A Rugged Box Of Education Tech With Its Own Internet Connection, And Other World Changing Developing World Technology
Credo Mobile Wants To Help Power The Resistance (And Give Away Millions In The Process)
Four months into the Trump Administration, political activists with their congressional representatives on speed-dial may be running a tad short on cell phone minutes. Credo Mobile, a small national cellular carrier, sees that as a good business opportunity. Earlier this month, the company launched an ...
19 hours ago
Fast Company
Credo Mobile Wants To Help Power The Resistance (And Give Away Millions In The Process)
Bryson Tiller, Carly Rae Jepsen, And That Lorde & Chromeo Remix: This Week In Music
Fast Company readers, lend me your ears for another week in music recommendations. (Or just scroll to the bottom and take our weekly playlist with you.) Track 1. Byrson Tiller – Don’t Get Too High Why set a release date anymore" Bryson Tiller announced his sophomore album, True to Self, ...
22 hours ago
Fast Company
Bryson Tiller, Carly Rae Jepsen, And That Lorde & Chromeo Remix: This Week In Music
Five Job-Search Myths That Are (Still) Holding Back Your Career
Between parents, friends, colleagues, and common “wisdom,” there’s no shortage of sources you can get advice from when you’re applying to jobs. The problem is, however, that not all of that advice is good advice. While our friends and family often mean well, the labor market ...
22 hours ago
Fast Company
Five Job-Search Myths That Are (Still) Holding Back Your Career
Are Tech Companies Funding Online Intolerance?
“Follow the money.” That Watergate-era mantra has been reinterpreted for today’s politics–not as a tip for how to investigate a scandal, but as a road map for how to attack your political enemy. In recent months, activists have organized boycotts of Ivanka Trump ...
22 hours ago
Fast Company
Are Tech Companies Funding Online Intolerance?
Amazon UK's new video options will require a TV licence
Live TV viewers in the UK are supposed to pay a fee that supports services and content from the BBC. Lately, despite changes that closed the "iPlayer loophole," that still doesn't apply to people who only watch streaming video on-demand, so some cord...
2 hours ago
Engadget
Amazon UK's new video options will require a TV licence
Hisense 4K TVs look for a place to fit on crowded shelves
At CES we were quite impressed by the Hisense lineup of smart TVs, and now the company says its 2017 models are arriving at retail. The H6D, H7D, H9D and H9D Plus series cover a range of price points and sizes, with 4K models ranging from the 43-inch...
6 hours ago
Engadget
Hisense 4K TVs look for a place to fit on crowded shelves
BMW's latest motorcycle concept links futuristic style and tech
No doubt, BMW has come up with some cool conceptual vehicles lately, with a color-changing Mini and a futuristic, self-driving Next 100 auto. Its Motorrad Vision Next 100 motorcycle, revealed last October, is maybe the coolest yet with a gyroscopic s...
8 hours ago
Engadget
BMW's latest motorcycle concept links futuristic style and tech
Now you can design Google Photo Books on iOS or Android
Among the many things Google announced at I/O 2017 last week, one of them was the ability for people to create and order physical albums with Google Photos. The only problem with that, however, is you could only use it through a desktop browser. Than...
9 hours ago
Engadget
Now you can design Google Photo Books on iOS or Android
Apple 'Neural Engine' chip could power AI on iPhones
Apple's focused on increasing the speed of every new mobile processor generation, most recently pairing its quad core A10 Fusion chips with its iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models last September. But to keep its devices competitive, Apple is building a second...
9 hours ago
Engadget
Apple 'Neural Engine' chip could power AI on iPhones
Watch us play the Nintendo Switch 'Arms' Global Testpunch
When Nintendo announced Splatoon for the Wii U, gamers weren't quite sure what to make of it. The idea of a competitive shooter from Nintendo was so bizarre, it was kind of hard to assess from a distance -- so the company invited players to try the g...
11 hours ago
Engadget
Watch us play the Nintendo Switch 'Arms' Global Testpunch
These were the 10 biggest European tech stories this week
This week, Tech.eu tracked 15 technology M&A transactions, 3 IPOs and 68 tech funding deals totalling about ?596 million (about $665.8 million) in Europe, Turkey and Israel. Here’s an overview of the 10 biggest European tech news items for this week: 1) London-based Space Ape Games, a social ...
4 hours ago
Venturebeat
These were the 10 biggest European tech stories this week
League of Legends gets its first million-dollar pro: Faker
Arguably the best player in one of the world’s most popular games has just surpassed a huge benchmark in tournament earnings. Lee “Faker” Sang Hyeok has won over $1 million playing League of Legends competitively, according to data-tracking site Esports Earnings. Faker is the first ...
6 hours ago
Venturebeat
League of Legends gets its first million-dollar pro: Faker
Watch us play Arms for Nintendo Switch
Nintendo has launched the test of its upcoming fighter Arms for Switch, and we’re playing it right now. Arms has you using motion controls or a traditional gamepad to fling your characters wacky arms at an opponent in one-on-one combat. This is the latest game from the team at Nintendo responsible ...
10 hours ago
Venturebeat
Watch us play Arms for Nintendo Switch
Google reportedly launched an AI investment program
Google has reportedly launched a new program to support promising AI ventures. The initiative will provide services ranging from mentorship to workspace, according to Axios. The most promising startups or projects may receive co-investments from the new initiative and Google Ventures ranging from $1 ...
10 hours ago
Venturebeat
Google reportedly launched an AI investment program
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds lag fix is incoming
Your experience in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds may improve soon. Bluehole announced today in a post on Twitter that the studio is making some adjustments to its servers in an effort to reduce the lag that a significant number of Battlegrounds players are encountering during matches. Battlegrounds ...
11 hours ago
Venturebeat
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds lag fix is incoming
Financial services sector needs AI, not "Customer Service for Dummies"
GUEST: The financial services sector is lagging in customer engagement, despite being a leader in modernizing across more complex functions, like trading and managing transactions. What gives? The handbook Customer Service for Dummies says to “design customer-centric processes and technologies” ...
11 hours ago
Venturebeat
Financial services sector needs AI, not "Customer Service for Dummies"
Uber, Lyft returning to Austin as driver-fingerprinting dispute ends
Legislation, to be signed by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, paves way for some comebacks.
15 hours ago
Ars Technica
Uber, Lyft returning to Austin as driver-fingerprinting dispute ends
Radio-controlled pacemakers aren't as hard to hack as you (may) think
The four major makers aren't properly securing critical cardiac devices, report says.
17 hours ago
Ars Technica
Radio-controlled pacemakers aren't as hard to hack as you (may) think
Memorial Day weekend means F1, the Indy 500, NASCAR, and the Nürburgring 24
It's the biggest weekend in racing, so what are you planning to watch?
17 hours ago
Ars Technica
Memorial Day weekend means F1, the Indy 500, NASCAR, and the Nürburgring 24
Dealmaster: Memorial Day deals like $350 off a Dell Inspiron 15 and more
Plus savings on dash cams, smart TVs, monitors, smart vacuums, and more.
17 hours ago
Ars Technica
Dealmaster: Memorial Day deals like $350 off a Dell Inspiron 15 and more
Uber walks away from Otto trademark
With a litigation deadline in the Waymo v. Uber case, the company has enough going on.
18 hours ago
Ars Technica
Uber walks away from Otto trademark
Comcast customer satisfaction drops 6% after TV price hikes, ACSI says
Customers unhappy with Comcast TV and Charter's Time Warner Cable Internet.
18 hours ago
Ars Technica
Comcast customer satisfaction drops 6% after TV price hikes, ACSI says
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