It's a warm day in Mountain View, and just outside the Computer History Museum, Lexus SUVs are pulling up to the curb. The Lexus RX450h is a beautiful car, but today my eye travels immediately to its where
Net neutrality supporters gear up to take on the FCC After years of pressure from ISPs, net neutrality is under threat by the FCC itself. Chair Tom Wheeler promised to revive the Open Internet Order after
The first set of eye glasses with embedded iBeacon Bluetooth LE technology and certified under Apple’s Made-for-iPhone/iPad/iPod (MFi) program are coming soon. We’ve seen a growing number of companies
Tom Wheeler, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, is moving forward with a controversial plan that would allow Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to charge content providers for faster
Google wants to make it easier for lots of wearables to run on the Android operating system. In about two weeks, the tech giant will release an Android software-development kit (SDK) for wearable devices.
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Facebook poaches an NYU machine learning star to start a new AI lab that may very well end up knowing more about your social life than you do. Facebook users upload 350 million photos onto the social every
The Largest Class At Stanford Right Now Will Produce A New Generation Of 'Machine Learning' Startups
Getting machines to "learn" from what they are doing is incredibly complicated, but it's a problem that, if solved, will be a huge step toward creating genuine artificial intelligence in machines. This
Image credit: Additive Analytics and Unsplash. You probably already know that your email provider uses a machine learning algorithm to identify spam. And that Google uses machine learning to identify deindex
Samsung steals its own limelight with a smartly designed fitness band The original Galaxy Gear was always a beta device. Samsung’s first smartwatch was testing waters the company had never waded in before,
(but we can fix it) Here’s a simple truth: the internet has radically changed the world. Over the course of the past 20 years, the idea of networking all the world’s computers has gone from a research
There’s no shortage of gadgets designed to help you never lose your belongings. Take the Cobra Tag for instance, a Bluetooth-enabled fob that you can clip to anything and connects with your phone to tell
Lasse Clausen is the co-founder and CEO of FOUNDD, a Berlin based discovery engine. This post originally appeared on his blog. For anyone who thinks Facebook paid too much for WhatsApp, I beg to differ.
There are wearables to track your exercise activity, food consumption and sleep habits. There are even wearables that want to be smartphones-lite. But never before has there been a portable tracker for