Apple potentially allowing users to change default apps on their devices • a mea culpa regarding Chinese laser • Kickstarter employees unionizing • NEC, a major player in facial recognition technology.
Legislation is tilting the scales to establish data privacy as a basic human right. A panel of experts discuss this trend and the huge implications for business models that involve personal data collection and use.
The Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy S20 • Cancelation of MWC Barcelona and the impact • Essential closing down • China's new laser gun, the ZKZM-500, which can actually kill people • A facial recognition moratorium.
In 2003, Anthony Casalena founded Squarespace in his dorm room at the University of Maryland and 16 years later, the all-in-one website building platform is a global company with millions of customers. What’s next?
The Razr phone tries to capitalize on the nostalgia for the original 2004 Motorola Razr flip phone while pushing the new tech of foldable touch screens forward. This is the first phone with a foldable screen.
The Iowa caucus voting app • Fujifilm announces its latest compact systems camera • Nvidia challenges Google with its online gaming option • A facial recognition AI leads to cease and desist order. • And, more.
The Z Flip pricing and availability has been leaked, reportedly, and the good news is, at $1650, the Z Flip should cost less than the Galaxy Fold. Also, with a European Valentine’s debut, when will it come to the US?
Sun's surface with a new Inouye Solar Telescope. • Death of MoviePass • Impact of the Wuhan coronavirus on big tech. • Cruise Origin autonomous vehicle. • Why free apps and services aren't actually free.
Wearable technology, like the Apple Watch can have a profound impact on our lives and even save them. Learn about the future of wearable technology in healthcare. How did we get here? And where is this going?