Law enforcement is tapping the tech for low-level crimes like shoplifting, because there are no limits. But the tool often makes errors.
On Wednesday, North Korea's state-run Rodong Sinmun newspaper warned people of the "danger of invading malicious viruses" inside an approaching storm.
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This week, Tesla began pushing its “Full Self-Driving” (FSD) update to a select group of customers, and the first reactions are now beginning to roll in. The software, which enables drivers to use many of Autopilot’s advanced driver-assist features on local, non-highway streets, is still in beta. As such, it requires constant monitoring while in operation. Or as Tesla warns in its introductory language, “it may do the wrong thing at the worse time.”
Frankly, this looks terrifying — not because it seems erratic or malfunctioning, but because of the way it will inevitably be misused.
Early reactions to the software update range from “that was a little scary” to full-throated enthusiasm for CEO Elon Musk’s willingness to let his customers...
The Neabot robot vacuum doesn't just take out its own trash. It also has lidar for mapping its route and lets you create no-go zones and named rooms.
Samsung this week announced that it will release its new flagship processor Exynos 1080. It sounds not as attractive as Qualcomm’s statement, but you should ...
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In southeastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean, NATO allies are "gnawing on each other" in simmering disputes over territory and influence.
PlayStation Trophies have been around since the days of the PlayStation 3, and for the most part, they’ve remained unchanged all this time. That’s changing later today, as Sony will be rolling out some update to the trophy system ahead of next month’s launch of the PlayStation 5. The changes aren’t huge by any means, as they mostly focus on … Continue reading
Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel, and Andrea Ghez share top honor
The mile-long network of barriers, named MOSE in a nod to the the Biblical figure Moses, blocked high water from entering Venice's lagoon.
This is the standard-sized version of the bag that costs $229.99
Samsonite has debuted two new Konnect-i backpacks, one standard-sized for $230 and one slim-sized option for $200, each equipped with Google’s Jacquard technology that can make fabric respond to your touch.
The technology is employed in the same way as in the $880 Yves Saint Laurent Cit-E backpack: a fabric module on the left shoulder strap (made easy to find by parallel lines of raised paint) is sensitive to your touch, allowing you to assign actions to gestures. They’re both available through Samsonite’s web shop.
Once you charge up the Jacquard module with the included micro USB cable, you slide it into place over the pins on the shoulder strap. It vibrates the bag when it’s correctly installed and is restrained with some fabric to...
In a couple of weeks or so, Apple will hold a new product launch conference. As you understand, at this event, the Cupertino-based company will ...
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Peter Beck and 300 seconds of really rather interesting data A month can be a long time in space exploration. Since we last spoke to Rocket Lab's Peter Beck, scientists have published results that hint at life in the clouds of Venus, while Beck's rocketeers popped a Photon demonstrator into Earth orbit.…
With telehealth, people can get diagnosed at a push of a button. But as lockdowns ease up, how can providers convince patients to keep using their apps?