SpaceX hosted its fourth annual SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition finals on Sunday at the test tube it built outside its Hawthorne HQ. We were on site for the competition, and watched as Team TUM, from the Technical University of Munich,
D-Wave Systems announced a partnership with Japanese industrial giant NEC today to build what they call “hybrid apps and services” that work on a combination of NEC high-performance computers and D-Wave’s quantum systems.
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An update to Apple’s iOS operating system, out today, will give parents a new set of tools to fight back against kids’ iPhone addiction. With the release of iOS 13.3, parents will for the first time be able to set limits over who kids can talk to and text with during certain hours of the […]
Zetwerk, an Indian business-to-business marketplace for manufacturing items, has closed a significantly large financing round as it scales its operations in the nation and also helps local businesses find customers overseas.
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Apple has fixed a bug in iOS 13.3, out today, which let anyone temporarily lock users out of their iPhones and iPads by forcing their devices into an inescapable loop. Kishan Bagaria found a bug in AirDrop, which lets users share files from one iOS device to another.
We’ve talked about securing your startup, the need to understand phishing risks and how not to handle a data breach. But we haven’t yet discussed one of the more damaging threats that all businesses large and small face: the insider threat.
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When tech companies sue cities, it’s rare to see a resolution — albeit a temporary one — in favor of the tech company happen so quickly, if at all. Lyft sued San Francisco in early June,
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iOS notifications are great for keeping you up to date with whatever's happening in your apps, but they get overwhelming quickly. With If This Then That, you can now refine those notifications so they're less intrusive, smarter, and more useful. Here's how.Read more...
Dating app Tinder for a long time had been flooded with spam bots – fake accounts that flirt with users in order to redirect them to adult sites, and yes, take their money. This summer, security firm Symantec detailed the spam bot problem, and later,
2014 年尾，對 Gamer 來講是非常艱難的時間，皆因大作都選在這兩個月連環推出，甚至出現同一廠商同時出幾隻大作的情況，真是做三失青年/隱青都不夠時間玩。還未知道有什麼作品快推出嗎？
Today marks a moral victory for the flesh-twinkies of the animal world. Naked mole-rats have been slandered for years as inbred monsters, but at last research shows that that’s not always true. #notallmoleratsRead more...
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再一次，Windows Phone在美的市场份额继续下跌。来自comScore最新统计数据显示，微软Windows phone今年2月份在美国市场份额下跌到了2.5%，同比去年11月减少了0.3%。也许一些拥趸还相信Windows Phone有朝一日一定会死灰复燃，但微软手机面对的显然不单单只是市场对它需求减弱这个问题，同时它还得解决各大运营商对老款Windows phone库存的减少、产品线更新的延迟等难题。
Some say there’s no such thing as a new idea, which is just a nice way of saying that humans are a staggeringly unoriginal bunch. But a nifty, homemade Raspberry Pi-powered “camera” takes this idea and turns it on its head.Read more...