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If 4K is the new selling point for PlayStation NEO and Xbox Scorpio, shouldn't all 4K owners want to get the new consoles without question? Turns out it's a bit more complicated than that.
Companies and developers have shown a surge of interest in bot technology and their potential to change the way people talk to businesses, receive customer service, complete transactions or consume entertainment.
What are some of the most creative/challenging problems you've seen at the ICPC? This question was originally answered on Quora by Bill Poucher.
An IMAX Private Theatre is only a $400K spend, so what are you waiting for?
The fifth in a preview from cartoonist Ted Rall's upcoming graphic biography of Donald Trump, "Trump: A Graphic Biography."
BMW, Intel and Mobileye have announced today that they are joining forces to create what they hope will become an industry standard platform for safe automated driving. BMW plans to integrate Intel and Mobileye technologies into BMW’s “iNext” platform, the company’s target vehicle for fully automated (driverless) cars in 2021. [...]
Newdiscoveries at the archaeological site of Kalkriese in Germany point towhere many Romanlegionarieswere massacred. Sarah Bond and ancient historian Adrian Murdoch explore the discovery. There is no doubt that the Roman emperor Augustus was successful in expanding and securing the Roman empire, but in the strike column was one of the [...]
Maple, a food delivery service in New York City, wants to make its own mark in a crowded market by using kitchen operations optimization and artificial intelligence software to speed menu prep and delivery.
And the sunset’s red glare, the clouds bursting in air…
The anatomy and science of what’s required for such a spectacular show.
Yeast are finicky eaters. That, in a nutshell, is the basis of the business plan for Celtic Renewables, which hopes to produce butanol from pot ale and draff, the barley sludge left over from producing whisky. Yeast consume the six carbon sugars in barley mash to produce ethanol. When distilled in copper [...]
Summer is the high season for tourism as millions of vacationers head for beaches, historical sites and museums all over the world. Traveling is an amazing thing: an opportunity to learn new things, see new places and meet new people. However, as with most amazing things there are drawbacks. We [...]
The promise of the Internet of Things turns surprisingly ugly when it comes to security, particularly in the business world, down to your office light bulb. But there's a champion technology waiting in the wings to help.
There's no excuse today for nontechnical leaders to say they aren't tech-savvy.
The promise of virtual reality is immense, and obvious to anybody who has seen a 90s cyber-thriller (Johnny Mnemonic,anybody? How about Strange Days?): A portable holodeck that can transport a user to any time or place, while main-lining the nervous system with an almost overwhelming sense of "thereness". But while the [...]
The Mini Vision Next 100 is BMW's concept for what personal urban mobility could be in the coming decades (photo credit: BMW) By the middle of the 21st century, there’s a strong probability that humans will no longer be allowed to drive in the world’s cities. By that time as much [...]
The tragic death highlights two important things: First and foremost, Autopilot does not magically transform a Tesla into a self-driving car; and Elon Musk was almost certainly wrong when he said last fall, 'I don’t think you need Lidar. I think you can do this all with passive optical and then with maybe one forward radar.'
Expedia’s hotel business contributes to around 70% of its revenues and this percentage is expected to increase to almost 80% by the end of our review period. We expect Expedia’s hotel revenues to rise by about 129% over the next 5 years. Below, we outline some of the reasons for [...]
Facebook has shut down their Paper app. The obvious headline is "shred", but that's just too easy.