Wymo fleet of self-driving cars log 3-M miles
May10

Wymo fleet of self-driving cars log 3-M miles

There are a lot of companies running the self-driving car race. Is it possible that autonomous vehicle company Waymo is leading the long race since its fleet of cars has covered more than three million miles of public roads? The milestone was achieved over a period of eight years of operations in Mountain View, Calif., Austin, Tex., and Phoenix, Ariz., using an assortment of Waymo self-driving vehicles such as the tiny Google Car and...

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U.K. Home Secretary seeks backdoor to WhatsApp following London Attack
Mar27

U.K. Home Secretary seeks backdoor to WhatsApp following London Attack

United Kingdom’s Home Secretary Amber Rudd, wants the government to gain access to the encrypted data held by instant messaging freeware WhatsApp in order to thwart terrorist attacks. British-born Khalid Masood reportedly used WhatsApp shortly before he ploughed through the crowds on Westminster Bridge on March 21st. Three people, he ran over and an unarmed policeman whom he later stabbed just outside the Parliament died, while scores...

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075 | Facebook app that fights your parking ticket, email that prioritizes itself, and a super minimal phone
Mar10

075 | Facebook app that fights your parking ticket, email that prioritizes itself, and a super minimal phone

In the show today, we will talk about two chatbot apps that can help you challenge your parking ticket and organize your emails. Also, are you looking for a secondary phone to take with you on that hike? We will talk about an option that is light, thin and small as a credit card. Show Notes: DONOTPAY  Chatbots are increasingly providing services today that humans did only a few short years ago.   DoNotPay is a chatbot which was...

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Eurocom Commander I offers secure computing for enterprise users
Feb17

Eurocom Commander I offers secure computing for enterprise users

Eurocom – the name is synonymous with fast and powerful gaming rigs like the Sky X9E laptop which we reviewed a while back. This time, the Nepean, Ontario-based computer maker is training its sights on enterprise and government organization users with one of its latest creations. Grab a look at its Commander I laptop.   Slab-like appearance. Smooth but grippy matte black finish all around. The rig has a solid feel to it...

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What if you could tell Photoshop what to do instead of using a mouse?
Jan13

What if you could tell Photoshop what to do instead of using a mouse?

A Siri-type digital assistant for Photoshop? Yes, Adobe is looking into adding a voice-activated virtual assistant to help users edit and share their photos. “With Adobe Sense, we combine the emerging science of voice interaction with a deep understanding of both creative workflows and the creative aspirations of our customers,” according to Adobe. The company teased viewers yesterday with a 30-second which featured a user issuing...

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Dell dives deeper into gaming
Jan06

Dell dives deeper into gaming

The growing surge of consumer interest in computer gaming appears to have prompted technology manufacturer, Dell, to double down on its offerings to gamers. At the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 in Las Vegas, not only did the company release a new laptop aimed at computer game enthusiast, Dell also refreshed its hardcore gaming Alienware line and announced a partnership with one of the world’s premier eSport organization. “The...

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