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Melania Trump's 'I Really Don't Care' Jacket Tops This Week's Internet News Roundup
The First Lady wore a "I really don't care. Do U?" jacket on her visit to the southern border.
9 hours ago
Wired
Melania Trump's 'I Really Don't Care' Jacket Tops This Week's Internet News Roundup
Ford's Train Station, Elon's Angry Emails, and More Car News
Plus, VW builds an electric racer for a mountain climb, and Colorado sticks it to the EPA.
9 hours ago
Wired
Ford's Train Station, Elon's Angry Emails, and More Car News
Let's Use Physics to Model a Curving Soccer Ball
You could practice out on the pitch, or you could use a numerical calculation.
10 hours ago
Wired
Let's Use Physics to Model a Curving Soccer Ball
How to Use a Google Clips Camera
Google's clever new AI-powered camera is designed to grab stellar 7-second snippets of family shenanigans. Here's how to get started.
10 hours ago
Wired
How to Use a Google Clips Camera
Finally, a Problem Only Quantum Computers Will Ever Be Able to Solve
Computer scientists have been searching for years for a type of problem that a quantum computer can solve but that any possible future classical computer cannot. Now they've found one.
11 hours ago
Wired
Finally, a Problem Only Quantum Computers Will Ever Be Able to Solve
Westworld's Real Villain Has Always Been Its Privacy Policy
Those rich people really should have read the Delos terms of service.
11 hours ago
Wired
Westworld's Real Villain Has Always Been Its Privacy Policy
Zcash: life on the crypto roller coaster
Suppressed in Japan. Championed in New York. Accused of betraying the billion-dollar community he created with an arcane and byzantine ritual, while accidentally solving — maybe — a transnational clandestine mining mystery. All this while leading the rollout of some of the world’s most ...
9 hours ago
Techcrunch
Zcash: life on the crypto roller coaster
Snag your super early-bird passes for Disrupt Berlin 2018
Der frühe vogel fängt den wurm! Yikes, if we're trotting out our tortured German to say 'the early bird catches the worm," it can mean only one thing, folks. It's time for all you European startup fans to go catch super early-bird tickets to TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2018 on November 29-30. Our pricing ...
13 hours ago
Techcrunch
Snag your super early-bird passes for Disrupt Berlin 2018
In Army of None, a field guide to the coming world of autonomous warfare
The Silicon Valley-military industrial complex is increasingly in the crosshairs of artificial intelligence engineers. A few weeks ago, Google was reported to be backing out of a Pentagon contract around Project Maven, which would use image recognition to automatically evaluate photos. Earlier this year, ...
21 hours ago
Techcrunch
In Army of None, a field guide to the coming world of autonomous warfare
Open source sustainability
Open source sustainability has been nothing short of an oxymoron. Engineers around the world pour their sweat and frankly, their hearts into these passion projects that undergird all software in the modern internet economy. In exchange, they ask for nothing in return except for recognition and help in ...
1 day ago
Techcrunch
Open source sustainability
Are scooter startups really worth billions?
It’s been hard to miss the scooter startup wars opening fresh, techno-fueled rifts in Valley society in recent months. Another flavor of ride-sharing steed which sprouted seemingly overnight to clutter up sidewalks — drawing rapid-fire ire from city regulators apparently far more forgiving ...
1 day ago
Techcrunch
Are scooter startups really worth billions?
How backups, backups, backups protect NYC's cellular infrastructure
The infrastructure that underpins our lives is not something we ever want to think about. Nothing good has come from suddenly needing to wonder 'where does my water come from'' or 'how does electricity connect into my home'' That pondering gets even more intense when we talk about cellular infrastructure, ...
1 day ago
Techcrunch
How backups, backups, backups protect NYC's cellular infrastructure
Enterprise App Design: Does iOS Fare with Android in terms of Security?
More enterprises are investing in mobile applications on platforms preferably iOS. The 2016 enterprise mobile apps report brought out by Adobe reinforces the growing need for enterprises to invest in mobile apps. With Apple constituting a major share of the world smartphone market, iOS tend to be the ...
7 hours ago
Readwrite
Enterprise App Design: Does iOS Fare with Android in terms of Security?
5 Tips for Protecting Your FinTech Data Assets
Nasdaq's automated quotations in the mid-seventies and online shopping in the mid-eighties were disruptive technologies for financial field. The latest disruptive fintech innovation, cryptocurrency, is gaining popularity with consumers, businesses and governmental bodies. Large corporations and governments ...
1 day ago
Readwrite
5 Tips for Protecting Your FinTech Data Assets
Technology and FIFA World Cup 2018 – How will the Internet of Things impact football?
Technology in Football: Yes or No' It's one of the biggest talking points today. While supporters of the tech innovations suggest that technology would significantly reduce referees' errors, thus stopping injustices, some people believe that it would ruin the charm of the game. 'It'll kill the football ...
2 days ago
Readwrite
Technology and FIFA World Cup 2018 – How will the Internet of Things impact football?
The XaaS Economy is Here: How Well Are You Serving Your Customers?
We recently commissioned an independent global study of senior management and C-suite executives that looked at the business model changes services organizations are making in the Everything as a Service (XaaS) economy. The XaaS economy is where products and services are delivered in a continuous relationship ...
2 days ago
Readwrite
The XaaS Economy is Here: How Well Are You Serving Your Customers?
BET Awards 2018 live stream: How to watch the red carpet and ceremony without a TV
Raise a glass to the perpetuity of awards season, because the BET Awards are happening tonight at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles. Viacom-owned BET Networks will broadcast the event, with red carpet coverage beginning at 6 p.m. ET (3 p.m. Los Angeles time). Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx will ...
9 hours ago
Fast Company
BET Awards 2018 live stream: How to watch the red carpet and ceremony without a TV
These Red Hen restaurants settle it: Online mistaken identity is out of control
Imagine this scenario for a moment: You own a restaurant called the Red Hen, you’re minding your own business, and you wake up one day to a torrent of vicious online rants directed against your establishment—not because of something it did, but because it happens to share the same name ...
9 hours ago
Fast Company
These Red Hen restaurants settle it: Online mistaken identity is out of control
Everyone suffers when you apologize for asking questions
I was teaching a class recently when somebody raised his hand to ask a question. After I answered it, then he asked a follow-up, which I responded to as well. Both times, he apologized for asking those questions, despite my assurances that questions are important. How often do bosses and managers ...
17 hours ago
Fast Company
Everyone suffers when you apologize for asking questions
The case against teaching kids to be polite to Alexa
Should children be polite to virtual assistants' It’s a simple question. And for most parents and child development experts, the answer is simple, too: Yes, of course they should. Nobody wants to hear children rudely barking orders at, or verbally abusing, an adult voice. But teaching kids to ...
22 hours ago
Fast Company
The case against teaching kids to be polite to Alexa
Five ways consumer brands can become more queer-friendly
Pride started as a radical protest in New York City to assert the dignity, humanity, and equality of LGBTQ people. Since then, however, it’s been commodified–especially by brands–as a monthlong festival that gives companies a chance to appear inclusive and diverse each June, simply ...
1 day ago
Fast Company
Five ways consumer brands can become more queer-friendly
Coming soon to cities: one transit app to rule them all
If someone living in Logan Square, the hip Chicago neighborhood in the northwest side of the city, wants to head out to the suburb of Naperville one day to pay a visit to her family without taking a car, she has a multi-step journey ahead of her. She could get on the Chicago L’s Blue Line, which ...
1 day ago
Fast Company
Coming soon to cities: one transit app to rule them all
Domestic abusers are exploiting smart home devices
Smart home devices are supposed to make life easier, but it's now apparent that their convenience carries unintended consequences for domestic abuse survivors. The New York Times has conducted interviews showing that abusers are exploiting smart spe...
1 hour ago
Engadget
Domestic abusers are exploiting smart home devices
VW electric racer smashes Pikes Peak's overall record
VW may have been overly cautious when it hoped to beat Pikes Peak's electric vehicle record with its purpose-built racer. Official lap time data has confirmed that Romain Dumas' I.D. R Pikes Peak made it up the legendary hill in just over 7 minutes...
2 hours ago
Engadget
VW electric racer smashes Pikes Peak's overall record
Tesla will charge for 'premium' internet on new cars starting July 1st
Ever since Tesla started offering cellular data access in its cars, there's been the implication that it would eventually charge for service. In 2014, it indicated that would start charging in 2018. Four years later, that moment is at hand... altho...
4 hours ago
Engadget
Tesla will charge for 'premium' internet on new cars starting July 1st
What's the best blender for smoothies?
By Lesley Stockton This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its work. Read the full article here. A thick and vel...
5 hours ago
Engadget
What's the best blender for smoothies?
DNA synthesis breakthrough could lead to faster medical discoveries
For all of the advancements in genetic research, DNA synthesis hasn't changed much in over four decades. That could make it a serious obstacle to scientists who are otherwise racing to develop a new drug or understand the human body. It might final...
7 hours ago
Engadget
DNA synthesis breakthrough could lead to faster medical discoveries
Ben Heck's Alexa clock crane
While the element14 Community is running a design challenge to help those with mental and physical impairments (which you can join in on), Sean and Connor Miller work with Ben, Felix and Karen to help a family member with multiple sclerosis. Watc...
9 hours ago
Engadget
Ben Heck's Alexa clock crane
GungHo aims for broader audience with Ninjala bubblegum game
GungHo Online Entertainment has been printing money with its Puzzle & Dragons mobile game in Japan. But the Tokyo company is trying different strategies to make its games more popular on the global stage. And its latest attempt is Ninjala, an online and local multiplayer game for the Nintendo Switch. ...
3 hours ago
Venturebeat
GungHo aims for broader audience with Ninjala bubblegum game
Hiring for the blockchain revolution: How to create an expert team
GUEST: As head of human resources for a rapidly-expanding company within the blockchain industry, I am constantly faced with a variety of challenges that are unlike any I've encountered in my nearly 10 years of experience working in the corporate and financial sectors. Very early on, I realized that ...
4 hours ago
Venturebeat
Hiring for the blockchain revolution: How to create an expert team
Tencent drums up an audience for its mobile esports game in the West
For the first time, Tencent, the world’s largest game company, had a big presence at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), the big game trade show recently held in Los Angeles. The Shenzhen, China-based company teamed up with ESL to create a booth where the stars of its Arena of Valor mobile ...
6 hours ago
Venturebeat
Tencent drums up an audience for its mobile esports game in the West
When anyone can make games, 'soul? will make some rise to the top
OPINION: As exciting as the democratization of game development may sound, it's problematic in practice. Pretty soon, it's going to be easier than ever to make a game, but harder than ever to convince people to give it a chance.
9 hours ago
Venturebeat
When anyone can make games, 'soul? will make some rise to the top
Game Boy emulator Gearboy has an Oculus Go port
Nintendo's Game Boy was one of the first all-in-one portable gaming systems in the world, and now you can play its huge line-up of games on one of the first all-in-one portable VR systems in the world. Reddit user CidVonHighwind has ported Gearboy, a Game Boy and Game Boy Color emulator, to the new Oculus ...
11 hours ago
Venturebeat
Game Boy emulator Gearboy has an Oculus Go port
HTC Vive's Libraries Program will bring VR headsets to 110 libraries
Almost a year ago to the date Oculus announced an initiative to bring VR headsets to 90 different California libraries. Now, HTC has announced the Vive Libraries Program, which is set to bring VR headsets to 110 different libraries in California and Nevada. It's hard to know how similar the programs ...
20 hours ago
Venturebeat
HTC Vive's Libraries Program will bring VR headsets to 110 libraries
Supreme Court surveillance opinion nudges us to think nationally, act locally
Op-ed: Think police have gone too far? Tell your city council. Seriously.
8 hours ago
Ars Technica
Supreme Court surveillance opinion nudges us to think nationally, act locally
India eyeing a new monster 100GW solar-capacity goal
Country still working to meet its current solar goals and staggering under pollution.
9 hours ago
Ars Technica
India eyeing a new monster 100GW solar-capacity goal
Acer Chromebook Tab 10 review: Chrome OS revives Google's tablet future
Acer made a capable tablet, but Google still has to work out kinks in Chrome OS.
1 day ago
Ars Technica
Acer Chromebook Tab 10 review: Chrome OS revives Google's tablet future
How American Vandal expertly crafted a doc (that just happened to be fiction)
It takes more than 30 iPhones and access to Nana's house to make a fake doc this realistic.
1 day ago
Ars Technica
How American Vandal expertly crafted a doc (that just happened to be fiction)
Tesla fires back against alleged whistleblower: "He is nothing of the sort"
Martin Tripp, who has yet to secure a lawyer, tells Ars he stands by his comments.
1 day ago
Ars Technica
Tesla fires back against alleged whistleblower: "He is nothing of the sort"
Buzz Aldrin returns to Twitter, sues his son and former manager
"I told him to finish well. He doesn't listen at all."
1 day ago
Ars Technica
Buzz Aldrin returns to Twitter, sues his son and former manager
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