It's difficult to understand just how much goes into running a business until you actually do it yourself. But with the evolution of digital commerce comes increased opportunity for automation, making it possible for creators to run everyday operations with limited manpower. "The revolutionary thing about the ecommerce landscape today is that what used to...
All we are eagerly waiting for July 29, when Huawei will introduce its new flagship smartphone series – the Huawei P50. Though it won’t bring ...
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For those skilled and hardy enough to make it to the top of the 400-foot Castleton Tower, a rugged landmark in Utah, the reward is a panoramic view of the surrounding Moab desert and, certainly, bragging rights. But a recent stunt from Charlotte's Web gave adventurers a tangible bonus once they reached the summit--a vending...
In fact, the advertiser is still sticking with what it calls “evidence-based journey management” even though the evidence is getting harder to gather.
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Apple is delaying its plan to return to mandatory in-person work because of the increase of COVID cases driven by the Delta variant, according to Bloomberg. The company had laid out a roadmap for returning to its offices in early September, with employees expected to come in at least three days a week, but now that deadline has reportedly been extended “by at least a month to October at the earliest.”
Apple’s return to offices was controversial among some of its employees. A group of workers in an internal Slack channel for thousands of “remote work advocates” collaborated on a letter to CEO Tim Cook and the rest of Apple’s leadership, making the case that the company should embrace a more flexible work-from-home policy. Deirdre O’Brien,...
Here on Earth, mountains get extremely tall, thousands and thousands of feet high. However, new models of neutron stars show that the tallest mountains on these objects are only fractions of millimeters high due to the massive gravity of the incredibly dense objects. Neutron stars are some of the densest objects in the known universe, weighing about as much as … Continue reading
Police seized the rigs from miners who allegedly stole $2 million worth of electricity.
Lenders try to free up capital ahead of the launch of NARCL
Droom founder Sandeep Aggarwal noted that while many of the investments made in the earlier years were in personal capacity, the new ones are routed through his family office
The British-American tech tycoon, who once had a $100m fortune, died by apparent suicide in a Spanish prison on June 23 while awaiting extradition.
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The British Government's long-running road safety campaign "Think!" is closing in on three-quarters of a million minutes of viewing time after having taken its "Good Driver" campaign onto streaming service Twitch. The "Think!" campaign, which has been running for 21 years, was created to lower the number of deaths and injuries on Britain's roads with...
Don’t kill me, please. | Photo by Sam Byford / The Verge
SoftBank’s Pepper robot is dead, and The Wall Street Journal is dancing upon its grave with a thorough account of how the “emotional robot” failed to live up to the hype. Expectations were so inflated back in 2014 that the first batch of 1,000 robots sold out in a minute, despite being priced close to $2,000.
The entire article is well worth a read as a reminder that tech is hard, and predicting its impact on society is even harder.
Although SoftBank certainly overhyped Pepper, saying its launch would be remembered “100, 200, or 300 years” into the future, humans are also to blame for getting sucked in by the bot’s doe-eyed demeanor, despite The Verge’s article titled “I met an emotional robot and felt nothing.”
The WSJ report does...
Promises better images, improved safety through 'CornerPixel' technology Samsung's ISOCELL imaging sensor line-up is making a shift into the automotive industry as the company pledges to expand into autonomous vehicles and in-cabin camera systems.…
Researchers have used information-rich optical imaging to provide multidimensional information enabling observation and analysis of a detected target using spectral-volumetric compressed ultrafast photography. The special photography can simultaneously capture 5D information in a single snapshot. The technique can capture highly dynamic scenes on picosecond and femtosecond timescales. Researchers note that ultrafast multidimensional optical imaging has applications for the detection of … Continue reading
Multiplier will use the fresh funds to expand its operations in Asia and add more features to its platform.
The service will let consumers finance Apple Pay purchases on a monthly payment plan, Bloomberg reports.
A US$120 million funding round from Temasek and IFC led to a small secondary share sale by early and long-term employees.
Here's a look back at the biggest stories from the week ending July 10.
Elon Musk's third company, after Tesla and SpaceX, bid to build a new transit tunnel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.