• November 28, 2022

Top 2023 IEEE Andrew S Grove Awardee Stanford’s Philip Wong Shares Deep CHIPS Insights

Semiconductor devices / chips are foundational to all future technology powering transcending innovation, investments, economic development, and societal benefits. Professor Philip Wong’s creative passion continues to drive this work globally with …

Fujifilm Instax Square Link Vs Instax Share SP-3: What’s The Difference?

Fujifilm’s new Instax Square Link is the latest in the company’s range of pocketable instant photo printers. Using the same film cartridges as the supremely successful Instax instant cameras, these printers …

It’s An Omnichannel Holiday: Online Stays Strong As Shoppers Return To Stores

Americans embraced in-person shopping this Black Friday weekend, returning to stores and malls in big numbers. But early results for the weekend showed that consumers’ love affair with online shopping remains …

Advanced quantum computing made available to the public for first time

A computer capable of achieving quantum advantage – a demonstration of supremacy over conventional machines – is the first that anyone can use over the internet   A quantum computer that encodes information …

Mysterious, well-liked egg's Instagram account is all about mental health -  ABC News

Instagram egg cracks open, revealing a wholesome mental health message

History will show that two events defined Feb. 3, 2019: Super Bowl 53 and big reveals about the Instagram egg. First, the egg’s identity was traced to an employee at a London advertising agency, …

How Instagram's Algorithm Really Works (2021 Inside Look)

As the web turns 30, its creator offers a message of hope for its future

  The web is turning 30 on Tuesday, but its creator, Tim Berners-Lee, is already looking ahead to the next 30 years. In his annual letter on the web’s birthday, Berners-Lee spent …

T-Mobile confirms TV service launch postponed until 2019 - SlashGear

T-Mobile’s TV service said to face launch delay

T-Mobile’s much-anticipated TV service has proven more complex than originally thought, forcing a delay in its launch, Bloomberg reported Wednesday. T-Mobile CEO John Legere promised the service would launch this year …

Facebook's Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe Steps Down

Facebook’s Oculus co-founder Brendan Iribe is leaving

Brendan Iribe, the co-founder of Facebook-owned Oculus, is leaving the virtual reality company.  ‘This will be the first real break I’ve taken in over 20 years. It’s time to recharge, reflect …

TruffleHunter: 15% OFF LAST CHANCE FOR MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS | Milled

Last-chance Mother’s Day gifts you still have time to get

  OK, it’s crunch time: Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 12, which means your online-gift-ordering window is closing rapidly. Indeed, if Mom lives far away and you’re hoping to have …

YouTube Premium is changing because it has to - The Verge

YouTube reportedly making future exclusive content free with ads from 2020

YouTube will reportedly make all its upcoming original programming free and ad-supported from 2020. That’ll mean you won’t need a YouTube Premium subscription to watch the Google-owned video sharing site’s original …

The FCC just admitted it lied about a cyberattack to avoid net neutrality  comments

FCC’s net neutrality DDoS attack didn’t happen. Here’s what you need to know

Net neutrality may be dead, but questions remain about how seriously the Federal Communications Commission considered comments from the public. The FCC’s system for submitting those comments was a hot mess. …

Give up your smartphone for a year? Vitaminwater will pay you $100,000 to do  it :: WRAL.com

Vitamin Water will pay you big bucks to give up your phone for a year

One year, a full 365 days. No smartphone. No tablet. No using other people’s smartphones. Does that sound doable? If so, you might want to enter Vitamin Water‘s $100,000 #NoPhoneForAYear contest. …

House Dem wants probe of White House call to FCC chair over  Sinclair-Tribune merger | The Hill

FCC chair calls for more oversight of Facebook, Google and Twitter

Do big tech companies need more government oversight? That’s the question Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai pondered in a blog post Tuesday, just as Congress prepares to grill executives from Facebook …