It's cheap-ish, it's versatile and it has a great name. Some people very strongly believe that robots will eventually replace humans in the workforce. Those people probably wouldn't like KATIA, a surprisingly
A tweet from CNBC (and a report from The Wall Street Journal) indicates Apple has purchased Emotient, a service that gauges your emotional response to things like videos. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Facebook is narrowing the focus of the LiveRail ad platform that it acquired in 2014 — the company says it will no longer be accepting new customers to LiveRail’s ad serving business. Facebook’s head advertising
More powerful machines and higher quality screens Breaking down and accepting the Oculus Rift's $599 price tag is just the first step of experiencing virtual reality. The second step is getting yourself
A simmering rumor suggests that in addition to dropping the audio port on the next iPhone, Apple may also have a dual-camera system around back. It sounds crazy, but a new patent details how it might out.
Kill SMS, spawn a chat bot platform, bring friends together offline, improve artificial intelligence, and delight people. That’s Facebook Messenger’s roadmap for 2016 now that it has 800 million monthly
Tonight, Google and Lenovo teamed up to announce the first consumer Project Tango device, a smartphone. GPS is remarkably well adept at helping us travel across town or across the country, but what it’s
(Reuters) - U.S. cyber intelligence firm iSight Partners said on Thursday it has determined that a Russian hacking group known as Sandworm caused last month’s unprecedented power outage in Ukraine. A types
Is it possible to charge your phone from 0% to 100% in less than a minute? Yes. I just saw it happen. But you'll need to put a special battery in your phone, drill holes through the case directly into
We heard a report in November that Apple was testing an iPhone 7 model with dual rear cameras, and a patent application published today not only confirms that Apple is indeed exploring the idea, but reveals
Time Warner Cable (TWC) revealed on Wednesday that up to 320,000 of its customers’ passwords may have been stolen. The company said it was recently notified by the FBI about some of its users’ account
On Wednesday, a little-known Chinese drone manufacturer decided to make a splash at Las Vegas’ Consumer Electronics Show. Shooting for headlines, Guangzhou-based EHang unveiled its EHang 184, a passenger-carrying
We’re still a while away from the launch of the iPhone 7, but rumors have been running rampant recently concerning the design and features of Apple’s next flagship device. Fast Company has now published
Minecraft: Pocket Edition consistently sits atop the iTunes paid app chart. Right now, the wildly popular block-building adventure game is in the number-two spot. Until a few moments ago, it was closely
Samsung rarely disappoints when it debuts new TVs. Its latest marvel, launched at this year's CES, definitely is one of the best ever. The new TV technology allows you to stack televisions like Lego bricks.
In the span of the past year, drones have almost become mainstream consumer devices. Lily Robotics, maker of a forthcoming drone that follows users around while filming them, is one of the benefactors
Why it pays to commute: House prices rising so fast in commuter towns they pay for season tickets in a week
Zoopla study compares average house price increases in popular commuter towns with cost of annual rail fares to cities nearby House prices are rising so fast in some commuter belt areas that they are home
Every Monday, we put the spotlight on a wonderful curator in our MagMaker blog. We ask them to share insights about their media diets and habits, both on and off Flipboard. In doing so, we also learn what
(CNN) — In the summer of 2002, the first Bonnaroo Music Festival was held in Manchester, Tennessee, a 20-year-old Britney Spears was named the world's most powerful celebrity by Forbes, and "American debuted
By Sarah Kaplan Sarah Kaplan Reporter for Speaking of Science Email Bio Follow Elaine Harmon and her comrades flew Army planes across the country. They helped train pilots on how to operate aircraft and
U.S. news Emergency crews raced Thursday morning to free the remaining miners trapped in an elevator more than 70 stories below ground in upstate New York, officials said. By 8:40 a.m. ET, the 17 men hoisted