Hurricane Michael made landfall in the Florida panhandle as a Category 4 storm on Wednesday, causing widespread and sometimes catastrophic damage. So far, two people have died as a result of the storm.SEE ALSO: Watch from the cockpit as storm hunters enter Hurricane Michael's eyeAs Michael,
The 5G future might be on its way. But for iPhone owners, it'll be delayed.An Intel executive told members of the press that its 5G modems likely wouldn't appear in "products in market" until 2020, according to Reuters. Apple is Intel's primary mobile phone customer.
There's more evidence that just ignoring your eccentric boss' bad ideas is the best way to deal with them.The co-creator of Google Maps and current Salesforce president Bret Taylor decided that Feb. 23, 2019 was a perfectly good time to blow all our damn minds.SEE ALSO:
Verizon just took a pro-tip from the fashion industry with Tech Pack, a subscription box that lets users try different tech products for up to two weeks before deciding if they want to keep them. The new service was announced Friday, in emails sent out to select Verizon customers.
Tech optimism can be hard to come by these days. But the idea that tech will empower us to make the world a better place abounds at Magic Leap — it just all depends on 5G.Magic Leap, the company best known for its augmented reality headsets,
Fans of Marvel Comics probably know a thing or two already about the Skrulls that apparently fill the role of villain in Captain Marvel. But not everyone knows about the green-skinned alien shapeshifters.In this new "Intergalactic War" featurette from Marvel,
YouTube said Friday that it would pull advertising from videos that espouse anti-vaccination conspiracy theories, according to BuzzFeed. The action contributes to a growing trend of social media companies taking action to combat the spread of vaccine misinformation online.Social media companies,
PETA is facing negative backlash (again), this time for calling out Google and Steve Irwin on Friday.The Google homepage featured an illustration of Irwin, the late Australian zookeeper and conservationist, holding a crocodile on what would have been his 57th birthday.
When it comes to classic cinema, there are few names as revered as Alfred Hitchcock. The master of suspense directed some of the greatest thrillers of all time, tapping into people's fears with movies like The Birds, Vertigo, and Psycho. Just in time for Halloween,
Spoilers for American Horror Story: Apocalypse and Coven lie ahead.That poor woman. Those poor frogs.Over its eight seasons, American Horror Story has put its viewers and cast through a lot. Max Greenfield was forcibly sewn into mattress. Frances Conroy got burned at the stake—twice.
When the steep-walled eye of Hurricane Michael passed over Stefan Melendez Wednesday afternoon, he stepped into the temporarily tranquil Florida environment and saw blue skies above.Melendez captured the footage during a Facebook Live video,
Wearables continue to be an area of focus for device makers, large and small. Here's another would-be entrant to the space: Tinitell is a wearable phone and GPS tracker for kids, with electronics small enough for the whole device to be strapped to a toddler's wrist. Read More
It is built on SoftLayer technology and allows companies to use big data capabilities that are needed in this new age of huge amounts of data.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/06/25/ibm-aims-manage-big-data-through-navigator-cloud-solution/
This interview with Googler Pete LePage took place at Google I/O 2014, where Pete and coworker Matt Gaunt set up a Device Lab with 46 different devices on their display wall.
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Wysada, an online home furnishings store based in Amman, Jordan, announced today that it has raised a $5 million Series A led by Badia Impact Fund, a venture capital fund owned by Silicon Badia.
While the world and his dog builds wearables of all kinds, Nintendo seems to be headed in a different direction. The ccompany's CEO, Satoru Iwata, tells Reuters that a newly created healthcare division is building a sleep and fatigue tracker—that you won't wear.Read more...