This was my seventh year I’ve covered CES, and after the first day on the show floor I was ready to wash my hands of the whole spectacle for good. Then I went to the Sands, and all of a sudden I never wanted to leave. Read more…
Announced last month, HP’s VoiceTab 7 has finally hit the stores in India. The tablet supports voice calling and it comes with dual-SIM support. Inside is a 1.2 GHz quad-core Marvell PXA1088 processors coupled with 1 GB of DDR2 RAM. The display is IPS type with pixel dimensions of 1280×720. There’s a 5 megapixel camera […]
The wing-shaped drone promises to be as easy to fly as the company’s quadcopters, so that anyone can pilot one.
This question was inspired by a recent article in Harvard Business Review: It’s become abundantly clear that passwords are an untenable way to secure our data online. And asking your customers to keep track of complicated log-in information is a terrible user experience… The threat to security when relying on passwords is one reason businesses […]
Yeah, maybe I forgot to do this last week. Whoops.
Google on Wednesday announced Accelerated Mobile Pages, or AMP, an open source initiative to speed up mobile Web page loading. The aim is to have Web pages with rich content — such as video, animations and graphics — work alongside smart ads and load instantly, with one code working across multiple platforms and devices. The […]
A data-sharing deal between DeepMind and London's Royal Free Hospital Trust was struck on an "inappropriate legal basis," a top UK government advisor has said. In April 2016, NewScientist revealed that the company had received 1.6 million patient rec…
Peter Mayhew has Twitter all aflutter, saying he’ll share pages of an early draft of the first film a little at a time and then make a “big announcement.”
Opinion: Despite what John Oliver says, the FCC isn’t the one that can solve the net neutrality issue once and for all. Congress can. The post Only Congress, Not the FCC, Can Fix Net Neutrality appeared first on WIRED.