Global Technology News for 21 Jan 2017
Apple Inc. is suing mobile chip maker Qualcomm Inc. for $1 billion in a patent fight pitting the iPhone maker against one of its major suppliers. The complaint filed Friday in a San Diego federal... court depicts Qualcomm as a monopolist abusing its power in a key segment of the mobile chip market...
Last night, a few members of our NYC staff attended a Fujifilm event--and there, we got a special exclusive inside scoop on the Fujifilm GF670. No, this isn't the brand new digital camera, but instead... the folding rangefinder 6x7 format camera that they discontinued a while back.
If you're looking for a great weekend project that will make your dog one happy pooch, this insulated dog house is perfect. It looks great and will keep your dog nice and comfy year round.
Six scientists simulated a stay on Mars to gain insight into the psychological toll a real-life voyage would have on astronauts
You can purchase a smart lock that you control with your phone easily enough, but it's much more fun to actually make one yourself. YouTubers Hacker House make one with a Raspberry Pi.
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Jenny Fowler, manager of social media strategy in MIT's Communications Initiatives, shares tips for those building a social media presence for their DLC or group.
Researchers have new insights into the "turning point in Earth history" that killed the dinosaurs
If you’re thinking about moving to Micro Four Thirds or buying the E-M1 Mark II, read this first… it may actually save you money and headaches down the line. For the past year and a half I have... been shooting both the top of the range MFT and A7RII on professional assignments. Sadly, I often […]
Intel is getting proficient at developing small computers. First, came its Compute Sticks and then its credit-card-shaped Compute Cards. But nothing's quite like the mysterious Euclid, which is a... self-contained computer the size of a thumb designed to be the brains and eyes of a robot. More details have emerged about the computer, which was announced in August and has yet to be released. The Euclid is so small and light that's possible to hold like a pen. It has a built-in 3D RealSense camera, making it like a PC fused into a Microsoft Kinect. The design makes it possible to install the Euclid where the eyes of a human-like robot would be typically placed. The 3D RealSense camera will act as the eyes of a robot, capturing images in real-time and helping with movement.
I had just finished hacking the Gibson when I heard the news: Rudy Giuliani, the guy who said he was gonna solve cybersecurity, had just been named Trump's cyber advisor. I hopped onto our hacker... mafia's government-proof encrypted chat app to make su...
It's easy to open links in the opposite window, or juggle Chrome tabs between both viewports. Android 7.0's multi-window feature is great, letting you split your display between two full screen apps.... But it comes with a few caveats, including the fact that you generally can't run different instances of the same app in both windows. Google Chrome, however, is smart enough to juggle tabs between windows, letting you view different pages in each half of the screen. It's a neat trick that you might not be aware of, so here's how you do it. Creating two Chrome windows Open Chrome Long-press the recent apps key to open multi-window mode. Tap the overflow menu (three dots) in the top right corner Tap Move to other window That's it! Your Chrome tab will pop into the lower half of the screen. And...