Calling itself the "internet of blockchains," Cosmos could benefit the entire crypto market.
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Intel Corp. Chief Executive Pat Gelsinger still hopes to win back Apple Inc. as a customer, but says Intel will have to outcompete the tech giant to do so.
Apple's new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro may use speedier M1 Pro and M1 Max chips.
With the Lucid Air finally trundling down the production line, Lucid is opening up about what the Air will be able to do. DreamDrive is the name of the nascent automaker’s driver assistance tech platform, delivering the batch convenience features expected of any luxury EV. Up to 32 sensors enable DreamDrive's abilities: 14 visible-light cameras; four surround-view cameras; one long-range radar unit; four short-range radar units; a solid-state, ultra-wide-view lidar unit; and ultrasonic sensors forming a perimeter.
- Men's Health
The "Special Purpose Unmanned Rifle" has materialized from your Black Mirror nightmares.
What does it mean, and what have Facebook and Fortnite got to do with it?
Even with minimal impact from the latest iPhone launch, the growing competitiveness of the wireless industry will be on full display when telecommunications companies start reporting quarterly results in the week ahead.
You're about 40 if you're on your way out soon from this demographic and 25 if you've just made your entry into this select age group. We're the generation that grew up with the internet in our teens (and pretty much contributed to making it the over-utilised, super-connected global network that it is today). As millennial photographers, we're also probably the youngest generation to have made a foray into digital photography after cutting our teeth on 35mm film. We'd pop in a roll into an autof
- Yahoo Entertainment
See why more than 12,000 Amazon five-star reviewers are singing the praises of SoundPeats wireless earbuds.
- FX Empire
After a bearish end to the week, avoiding a fall through the day’s pivot levels would support a bullish start to the week for the majors.
- Yahoo Canada Style
Right now, Amazon shoppers can save $110 on this top-rated robot vacuum cleaner.
From Palantir to Ring, to body cameras and GPS databases, technology has transformed policing — and incorporated the biases of its creators.Why it matters: These advances can fight but also foster racial discrimination.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeDetails: The death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police was caught on a teen's cell phone video. Images of a white officer kneeling on Floyd's neck sparked worldwide p
Windsor, Colorado--(Newsfile Corp. - October 16, 2021) - Today, Liquid Craft has announced the launch date for their first NFT series that is set to go live on Oct 29th, at 12 PM PST. The launch is expected to be an important first step in their plan to redesign the traditional liquor investment market by using blockchain technology in the form of the non fungible tokens or NFTs. The first Liquid Craft NFT series ...
- FX Empire
Following last week’s bullish week, avoiding the week’s pivot levels and a return to last week’s highs would support another breakout, with Bitcoin targeting $68,000 levels.
This Week in Apps: Apple appeals Epic Games suit, Google files a counterclaim and Twitter adds more ads
Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The tech giant and Android maker denies Epic’s allegations of antitrust behavior and instead says that it’s owed relief, as Epic Games breached the Google Play Developer Distribution Agreement (DDA) by allowing Fortnite players who download the app through Google Play to use Epic’s own payment processing technology.
Better sensors, more intelligent AI, and the coming wave of 5G wireless could finally fulfill the promise of the smart city.Why it matters: How we organize, run and power our cities will be increasingly important in the years ahead, as urbanization expands and the damaging effects of climate change compound.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeA smarter city can be a more sustainable and livable one, but connecting where we live carr