The approval of the AT&T/Time Warner merger sets a precedent that could equate to a real threat for streaming services and the companies behind them, among other casualties. Paid fast lanes and throttling are now possible, thanks to the finalization of net neutrality’s repeal, which turns a potentially troublesome precedent into a very urgent source of […]
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Researchers at the Tokyo Institute of Technology have created a 28GHz transceiver that uses a local oscillator for phase shifting instead of usual RF shifting, making for more precise beam steering and thus a more powerful, faster and more reliable connection for 5G gear. This transceiver measures only 4mm by 3mm, and includes an onboard […]
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Ford announced back at CES 2018 that it was partnering up with Postmates to roll out self-driving delivery vehicles, and the fleet has now been updates with a number of multi-locker vehicles that will be prowling the streets of Miami, Florida with deliveries for multiple customers on hand. The vehicles feature a touchscreen and audio […]
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Augmented reality goggles are only now starting to find their place in the wider consumer market, but a small company called eSight has been using the technology to give visually impaired and legally blind people their sight back for quite some time. Those who are interested in eSight can book a session to go give […]
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The proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint is drawing ever closer to becoming a reality, and the United States Department of Justice is currently in the process of investigating just how the deal may affect smaller carriers like MNVOs, especially those who use T-Mobile and Sprint’s networks. Authorities are worried that the $26 billion merger […]
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AI researchers are working on a project that will teach drones to analyze footage of crowds and root out violence. The project uses ScatterNet Hybrid Deep Learning to allow drones to pick humans out from aerial footage and look for violent acts. In order to do this, the drones use pose estimation, wherein they look […]
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Tech giant Google has a large suite of tools for businesses and employees in its G Suite ecosystem, but the company is also announcing a number of new ways to integrate an even wider suite of outside tools with its own services to make things that much easier for those who need to wander outside […]
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Unicode 11.0 is here, and it brings a grand total of 66 new emoji, including components for red and white hair, superheroes and supervillains, and a few new animals, such as llamas and kangaroos. The emoji components for red and white hair apply across races and genders. Components for curly hair and baldness have also […]
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Tech giant Google is currently doing work for the Pentagon under the controversial Project Maven, but it seems that will be coming to an end once the contract is up. According to some anonymous insiders and internal emails obtained by Gizmodo, Google Cloud head Diane Greene announced that the company would be backing off the […]
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The Signaling System No. 7 vulnerability, SS7 for short, is a well-documented worldwide network issue that affects all major carriers in the United States and potentially allows anybody with your phone number to intercept SMS messages meant for you, and it seems that hackers have done just that in order to gain illicit access to […]
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