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Matt “Dellor” Vaughn is sacked by Toronto eSports after footage of a racist rant was posted on YouTube.[…]
25.04.2017 10:03   (BBC News)     More…
A toy-inspired device for malaria detection that costs 20 cents is shown off at the Ted conference[…]
25.04.2017 08:09   (BBC News)     More…
A first glimpse of the flying car backed by Google co-founder[…]
25.04.2017 07:01   (BBC News)     More…
John Krafcik, Waymo’s chief executive, in January. The company is seeking a broader range of feedback from riders in self-driving cars, he said.[…]
25.04.2017 07:00   (New York Times)     More…
Investors and entrepreneurs are betting that tiny satellites called CubeSats can fuel the growth of new markets for imaging and telecommunications.[…]
25.04.2017 04:00   (MIT News)     More…
The spooky-sounding name was probably never a good idea.[…]
25.04.2017 04:00   (MIT News)     More…
The president’s proposed cuts to research funding would cripple American innovation. We should be spending more on R&D, not less.[…]
25.04.2017 04:00   (MIT News)     More…
We have to at least consider geoengineering. And that’s where the problems start.[…]
25.04.2017 04:00   (MIT News)     More…
Nearly five decades ago it seemed as if we might gain mastery over the weather—but what of the risks?[…]
25.04.2017 04:00   (MIT News)     More…
Desktop Metal thinks its machines will give designers and manufacturers a practical and affordable way to print metal
parts.[…]
25.04.2017 04:00   (MIT News)     More…
Many forces have slowed the development of better contraceptives for men.[…]
25.04.2017 04:00   (MIT News)     More…
Verizon Plaza, outside the company’s headquarters in New York City. Verizon is close to buying Yahoo for .48 billion.[…]
25.04.2017 01:35   (New York Times)     More…
A start-up company is persuading local councils in the UK to turn local plastic waste into roads.[…]
25.04.2017 00:11   (BBC News)     More…
Rushed off your feet? Not enough hours in the day? Here are some apps to help you take control.[…]
25.04.2017 00:00   (BBC News)     More…
Many people are unsure about what machine learning is, but the chances are they are using it every day.[…]
24.04.2017 23:52   (BBC News)     More…
Wikitribune will be written by professional journalists and edited by volunteers.[…]
24.04.2017 23:50   (BBC News)     More…
Slice Intelligence, the data firm that uses Unroll.me to scan people’s email inboxes, performs market research on everything from Ivanka Trump brand shoes to Uber and Lyft.[…]
24.04.2017 23:31   (New York Times)     More…
Denmark’s defense minister, Claus Hjort Frederiksen, last week. He blamed Moscow for cyberattacks against the Danish Defense and Foreign Ministries.[…]
24.04.2017 21:36   (New York Times)     More…
Using three-dimensional images is a better way of mimicking the way animals perceive things.[…]
24.04.2017 20:50   (MIT News)     More…
Using biomass to capture carbon dioxide sounds like a good idea at first blush. New studies will help us find out if it really is.[…]
24.04.2017 20:00   (MIT News)     More…
The lobby of the Bacara Resort and Spa in Goleta, Calif. The hotel, like many others, offers a variety of technology to aid guests.[…]
24.04.2017 18:50   (New York Times)     More…
Report claims Apple boss Tim Cook personally intervened to stop ride sharing firm.[…]
24.04.2017 17:28   (BBC News)     More…
The results from “Mozak” have a higher degree of accuracy than conventional computer-based modeling tools. […]
24.04.2017 17:13   (New York Times)     More…
Ambitious trials of autonomous cars between London and Oxford could inspire more companies to freely share data between vehicles.[…]
24.04.2017 16:30   (MIT News)     More…
Pop-up alerts that constantly pester you about fixing your system drivers for a fee want money for something you can do yourself free.[…]
24.04.2017 16:26   (New York Times)     More…
The search giant is betting that more content will lead to wider consumer adoption of virtual reality.[…]
24.04.2017 16:00   (MIT News)     More…
The ticket is for a journey between towns 64 miles apart making the trip cost £156 per mile.[…]
24.04.2017 15:49   (BBC News)     More…
The most fascinating and important news in technology and innovation delivered straight to your inbox, every day.[…]
24.04.2017 12:45   (MIT News)     More…
Video-makers had complained that their content was being hidden by YouTube’s “restricted mode”.[…]
24.04.2017 12:26   (BBC News)     More…
The Kitty Hawk Flyer is one of several prototypes being designed by Kitty Hawk, a start-up based in Mountain View, Calif.[…]
24.04.2017 12:05   (New York Times)     More…
Kitty Hawk, a Silicon Valley company backed by Larry Page, a Google founder, began testing a prototype over a lake in Northern California.[…]
24.04.2017 11:08   (New York Times)     More…
The project will include a journey between London and Oxford in 2019.[…]
24.04.2017 09:23   (BBC News)     More…
BBC Click followed four men as they trekked in the Arctic Circle for charity trialling some of the latest tech.[…]
24.04.2017 07:15   (BBC News)     More…
Legislation to bring in the registration was passed in December but systems not in place for 8 June.[…]
24.04.2017 05:15   (BBC News)     More…
Why do most patients fail to respond to the newest cures?[…]
24.04.2017 04:00   (MIT News)     More…
Law enforcement agencies around the world are concerned about an increase in fake celebrity social media accounts.[…]
24.04.2017 00:10   (BBC News)     More…
The technology which underpins the internet’s security has always been disputed.[…]
23.04.2017 23:03   (BBC News)     More…
Anthony Davis, a member of Nashville’s city-county Metro Council, introduced legislation to speed Google Fiber’s expansion in the market. AT&T sued to stop it.[…]
23.04.2017 21:02   (New York Times)     More…
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The Madison Reed company, started by Amy Errett, sells hair-coloring kits online for home use.[…]
23.04.2017 16:03   (New York Times)     More…
More than a third of pupils have felt the need to ask adults to put down their phones, suggests a poll.[…]
23.04.2017 10:27   (BBC News)     More…
Students at West Chester University in Pennsylvania have volunteered to take part in ancestry DNA testing. Anita Foeman, a communications professor, says she has found that conversations around race are “complicated and jagged.”[…]
23.04.2017 04:54   (New York Times)     More…
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.[…]
23.04.2017 04:00   (MIT News)     More…
The mobile phone company says some customers were unable to send texts or make calls on Saturday.[…]
23.04.2017 02:19   (BBC News)     More…
A Juicero machine.[…]
22.04.2017 13:00   (New York Times)     More…
Why the billionaire is wrong that telepathy technology will be available in a few short years.[…]
22.04.2017 04:00   (MIT News)     More…
Guo Wengui in London in 2016. Facebook restored an account for Mr. Guo, who has accused the relatives of Communist Party officials of corruption, after automated systems blocked it Friday.[…]
22.04.2017 01:20   (New York Times)     More…
Valery Seleznev said the sentence was “passed by man-eaters” and that his son was “abducted”.[…]
21.04.2017 20:38   (BBC News)     More…
The maker of the gene therapy Glybera says it doesn’t have enough customers.[…]
21.04.2017 20:36   (MIT News)     More…
Cyber attacks on universities and gaming websites, including Minecraft, cost them millions, a court hears.[…]
21.04.2017 19:54   (BBC News)     More…
Six people in a home can all receive tailored responses from the same device—but it’s still at risk of hijack.[…]
21.04.2017 19:10   (MIT News)     More…
The search giant plans to reach a milestone in computing history before the year is out.[…]
21.04.2017 19:00   (MIT News)     More…
Investigators seized evidence from Roman Seleznev’s computers of his hacking schemes and photographs of him with flashy sports cars.[…]
21.04.2017 18:17   (New York Times)     More…
The marriage of SAP HANA and IBM’s Power Systems has created a next-generation platform tuned for the flexibility, resiliency, and performance required by the digital age.[…]
21.04.2017 17:02   (MIT News)     More…
Ajit Pai, the F.C.C. chairman, in Washington in February. The agency voted on Thursday to roll back rules restricting telecom companies and broadcasters.[…]
21.04.2017 16:52   (New York Times)     More…
Charity urges caution after a ruling in Italy about mobile phone use and brain tumour growth.[…]
21.04.2017 16:39   (BBC News)     More…
Analysis by Semantic Visions reveals intriguing differences between Russian and Western commentary about the shooting down of an airliner in 2014.[…]
21.04.2017 16:37   (MIT News)     More…
A number of factors may be causing your web browser to lock up, but you might be able to find the culprit yourself with a little troubleshooting.[…]
21.04.2017 16:36   (New York Times)     More…
The order comes after an investigation into the sharing of images of female marines on Facebook.[…]
21.04.2017 15:03   (BBC News)     More…
Jake Davis, aka Topiary, is a former cyber-criminal who now gets paid to legally hack company websites.[…]
21.04.2017 14:17   (BBC News)     More…
The veteran hardware maker worked on the Eniac machine and helped Alan Turing build a computer.[…]
21.04.2017 14:00   (BBC News)     More…
Landing page on Google Voyager.[…]
21.04.2017 12:53   (New York Times)     More…
Gregory D. Wasson, the former chief executive of Walgreens, is now working on a smaller scale to build up new companies.[…]
21.04.2017 12:00   (New York Times)     More…
Hacker Jake Davis says he was motivated by the idea of the internet as a ‘Utopian space’[…]
21.04.2017 08:23   (BBC News)     More…
BBC Click’s Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week’s technology news stories.[…]
21.04.2017 07:18   (BBC News)     More…
Easy to use hacking tools make it easy for teenagers to get started in cyber-crime, finds a report.[…]
21.04.2017 04:38   (BBC News)     More…
Stem subjects – science, technology, engineering, maths – have an image problem. But not in Russia.[…]
20.04.2017 23:17   (BBC News)     More…
Ajit Pai, the F.C.C. chairman, in Washington in February. The agency voted on Thursday to roll back rules restricting telecom companies and broadcasters.[…]
20.04.2017 21:01   (New York Times)     More…
With people keeping their vehicles longer, a visit to the dealership may leave some feeling like Rip Van Winkle.[…]
20.04.2017 20:50   (New York Times)     More…
Buyers who have held on to their cars for a long time may feel a bit like Rip Van Winkle when they shop for a new one.[…]
20.04.2017 20:50   (New York Times)     More…
Harry Huskey, circa 1950, with an early computer prototype.[…]
20.04.2017 19:39   (New York Times)     More…
Ajit Pai, chairman of the F.C.C. Since being appointed in January, he has abolished a plan to open the cable box market, suspended several participants from a program for low-income broadband subsidies, and chipped away at net neutrality.[…]
20.04.2017 15:58   (New York Times)     More…
Hackers have been trying to fool people for years by hiding malicious software in seemingly friendly messages, but don’t fall for it.[…]
20.04.2017 15:33   (New York Times)     More…
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A French presidential candidate makes use of the Victorian Pepper’s Ghost illusion.[…]
19.04.2017 23:26   (BBC News)     More…
Ajit Pai, chairman of the F.C.C. Since being appointed in January, he has abolished a plan to open the cable box market, suspended several participants from a program for low-income broadband subsidies, and chipped away at net neutrality.[…]
19.04.2017 20:47   (New York Times)     More…
Early-morning commuters at a BART station in Fremont, Calif., a part of the Bay Area where many residents with tech jobs live.[…]
19.04.2017 20:08   (New York Times)     More…
A miniskirt sold by Zara, printed with cartoon frog faces, became a subject of social media controversy because of the graphics’ resemblance to Pepe the Frog.[…]
19.04.2017 17:48   (New York Times)     More…
Lis Tyroler, center, helped start Nido, a co-working space that offers on-site day care, in Durham, N.C.[…]
19.04.2017 17:11   (New York Times)     More…
President Trump’s order calls for a series of steps aimed at reforming the visa program for foreign technical workers.[…]
19.04.2017 17:06   (New York Times)     More…
A pretzel made with a new 3-D printing technique that uses fused silica glass.[…]
19.04.2017 17:00   (New York Times)     More…
Home security technology linked to smartphones is helping to keep people and property safe.[…]
17.04.2017 23:15   (BBC News)     More…
S-Town and Serial might be hits, but will listening to podcasts ever be more than a niche pursuit?[…]
16.04.2017 23:51   (BBC News)     More…
Cutting edge construction and design tools help transform Dundee’s waterfront[…]
16.04.2017 23:00   (BBC News)     More…
BBC Click’s Spencer Kelly tests headphones which have been 10 years in the making.[…]
05.04.2017 09:36   (BBC News)     More…
BBC Click’s Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week’s technology news stories.[…]
31.03.2017 07:06   (BBC News)     More…
Free high-speed wi-fi is now being offered at 115 stations on India’s railway network.[…]
29.03.2017 10:18   (BBC News)     More…
India’s Team Indus is one of five groups in a race to put a privately funded spacecraft on the Moon.[…]
27.03.2017 10:16   (BBC News)     More…
BMW has said that they will be able to deliver level 5 Autonomous cars by 2021. A level 5 autonomy is the ultimate goal of autonomous driving and it means, the driver will completely be able to take his or her hands off the wheel, during the entire duration of the the trip. Source: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/bmw-says-self-driving-car-135956879.html
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16.03.2017 14:17   (Robot Magazine)     More…
Fedor is a humanoid robot in development in Russia, which is designed to help astronauts in space. It can turn valves, drive car, use drill, do pushups and a lot more useful tasks such as lifting up to 20 kg, walk, crawl, get into the car all by itself, turn door keys, and use various […]
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13.03.2017 01:03   (Robot Magazine)     More…
IBM has just started a new division, IBM Q, in order to start working on quantum computers. Although the technology to enable quantum computers are still in research phase, IBM executives believe that the current results are sufficiently promising, in order to start working. The company will, for now, create the infrastructure to work on […]
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06.03.2017 12:27   (Robot Magazine)     More…
CHINAPLAS 2017 to inspire smart manufacturing through Industry 4.0 Conference “Industry 4.0”, one of today’s hottest topics, deserves our attention. It potentially will impact nearly every major manufacturing operation around the globe. Germany and China launched their respective “Industry 4.0” and “Made in China 2025” strategies with the similar purpose of upgrading their industries and […]
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03.03.2017 07:26   (Robot Magazine)     More…
Again an amazing robot from Boston Dynamics… Source: Boston Dynamics – www.bostondynamics.com
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28.02.2017 20:58   (Robot Magazine)     More…
Robot Operating System (ROS) http://www.ros.org Today by far the most commonly used robotics software is ROS, which stands for Robot Operating System. This is an open source software, and the most number of developers and robotics users are involved with this program with an ever increasing rate. It contains set of libraries, algorithms, developer tools […]
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The Best Things Come in Small Packages US Digital Introduces New Addition to Miniature Optical Encoder Portfolio at ATX West 2017 Anaheim, California – February 7, 2017 – US Digital, a US manufacturer of quality motion control since 1980, today announced the introduction of the E8T miniature optical encoder. Combining small form factor and resolutions […]
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10.02.2017 20:17   (Robot Magazine)     More…
Drone Racing is the fastest growing sport in the world; in less than two years MultiGP Drone Racing has registered over 14,000 pilots worldwide. The emerging sport of drone racing is something that almost anyone can compete in; with over 450 volunteer run MultiGP race chapters in the United States (over 900 chapter worldwide), most […]
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