A Swiss company called Sintratec is planning to release the world’s first sintering 3D printer for the desktop. Sintering, which is a the process of building a 3D object by shooting lasers a layer of nylon powder, is one of the best ways to make high resolution objects that are completely solid.
Google today launched a new way of buying virtual machines in its cloud. No matter whether you choose the Google Cloud Platform, AWS, Azure or another player, the way you buy virtual machines is pretty much always the same:
The new system, which will address the gap between different types of memory, will be out in 2017 at the earliest and could be a “revolutionary” development.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/06/12/hp-will-launch-machine-based-high-speed-memoristor-technology/
Some more reorganization afoot at Stratasys, the 3D printing and manufacturing company: it has announced that it has spun off Bold Machines, a unit of the company founded in September 2014 focused on incubating new products made with 3D printing. Bre Pettis,
Microsoft is introducing a new cloud-based service called Azure Machine Learning that helps companies use data analysis to predict behavior.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/06/17/microsoft-brings-machine-learning-into-the-cloud/
Ever wondered what machine learning was and still failed to understand it no matter how much you read? Then this neat visual introduction to the topic should do just the trick. Read more...
My kitchen opens up to my family room, where right smack in the middle sits “Alexa,” an Amazon Echo device. It feels strange to call Alexa a device, because she has been chatting with my family and is building out her personality. As Amazon applies machine learning,
Enterprise software is about to undergo radical transformation — a substantial change that will make the shift to software as a service (SaaS) look like a simple facelift. This transformation is being powered by machine learning. Read More
For the entire day today, you can watch Hot Tub Time Machine (Unrated) on Xbox Video for free (US only). If you are looking for a decent comedy to check out, this is your movie. The movie runs for one hour and forty three minutes and will definitely have you laughing.
How do you compete with well-established mobile carriers in France, such as Orange, SFR and Bouygues? You automate everything. Free is proving once again that it can remain much leaner than its competitors by replacing brick and mortar stores with vending machines.
Machine learning is hot. Where it applies, it heatedly enables data-rich and knowledge-lean automation of valuable tasks of perception, classification and numeric prediction. Its sibling, machine discovery, deals with uncovering new knowledge that enlightens or guides human beings.
A couple of weeks ago, when Pinterest filed its S-1, its AWS bills raised eyebrows and questions about cheaper alternatives for startups. Render is a small startup with a big idea to provide infrastructure services for developers,
New Enterprise Associates, the 42-year-old venture capital firm, has invested in the $23 million Series B round for Mejuri, a startup capturing millennial women’s penchant for affordable and treat yo’ self type of jewelry rather than diamonds and precious stones for special occasions.
The Entrepreneurs’ Roundtable Accelerator is today presenting yet another batch of startups to the world at its Demo Day in NYC. ERA has already launched a total of 180 startups which have raised more than $300 million and are collectively valued at more than $2 billion.
Adobe today used the OFFF festival in Barcelona to show off an experimental feature for its Illustrator vector drawing application. The basic idea here is to allow Illustrator users to easily experiment with color palettes based on photos and other images.
Walmart this morning unveiled a new “store of the future” and test grounds for emerging technologies, including A.I.-enabled cameras and interactive displays. The store,
For the last year or so, you could ask the Google Assistant on your Google Home device to read your kids a story. Today, just in time for National Tell a Story Day, Google is bringing this feature to Android and iOS phones, too. It’ll be available in English in the U.S.,U.K.,Canada, Australia […]
Analysts have been all too happy to discuss 5G’s cart and horse problem, even as they wax poetic about the wireless technology’s future. Networks require devices and devices require networks. And while many have positioned 2019 as the year of 5G, both seem to be trickling out at a 2G rate.
As we detailed this morning, Reddit CEO Yishan Wong has resigned from the company after what Y Combinator President Sam Altman called a “disagreement with the board” about the location of Reddit’s new office. If that reasoning sounds a bit strange to you… you’re not alone.
Hot off of their Haxlr8r demo day presentation last week, hardware startup Prynt was nice enough to drop by TechCrunch HQ to show off the latest prototypes of their smartphones cases, which contain built-in printers so you can instantly get a copy of that selfie with your best friends.
With Advanced Warfare, Activision is taking the extremely successful Call of Duty mostly to places it’s already been, which is to say this is a game about war, shooting, explosions and guns.
If I have to look at one more half-melted slushy snowdrift, I'm going to junkpunch the nearest passerby. Luckily, there are things like amazing honeycomb sculptures and insane light installations to bring everyone off the ledge that winter has put them on.
How much track do you need to become the 'fastest production car' in the world? If you're behind the wheel of the Hennessey Venom GT going 270+ mph you have to go where NASA landed freaking space shuttles. Read more...
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据路透社报道，GT Advanced周五表示，将裁员890人，关闭原本预计为苹果生产蓝宝石屏幕的亚利桑那州工厂。GT Advanced还暗示，可能会在破产重组期间对苹果提起法律诉讼。
Asana, the team productivity software that’s raised $38.2 million from high-profile investors like Founders Fund and Andreessen Horowitz, just got called out on Twitter for its lack of diversity. Asana CEO Dustin Moskovitz was quick to respond and he handled it well. In fact,
It was a sunny Saturday afternoon in San Francisco’s Dolores Park and kids on gyroscopic single-wheeled skateboards seemed to float uphill. I sitting next to the “Fuck the techies” graffiti, waiting to score some weed. But my eyes weren’t on the park — they were on the skies.