Tag: tech

Development Software, Software Category

Developing bionics: How IBM is adapting mind-control for accessibility

August 17, 2018

Via: The Next Web

What if there was a way to give everyone suffering from conditions like paralysis or Locked-in syndrome the means to operate prosthetic devices and tech gadgets using mind-control? Well, there is – or at least, there will be. IBM Research […]

Development Software, Software Category

Scientists just ‘proved’ that it’s easier to influence children with robots than adults

August 16, 2018

Via: The Next Web

A much-ballyhooed study published yesterday indicates children are more easily influenced by robots than adults. Perhaps next we’ll discover that robots find it easier to take candy from babies than grown-ups. I’m a parent. When a study titled “Children conform, […]

iOS, Operating systems

iOS 12 developer beta 7 is available to download right now

August 13, 2018

Via: BGR

We’re well into August and with the next iPhone event theoretically just around the corner, iOS 12 beta updates have hit a frenzied pace. iOS 12 developer beta 7 just dropped, only a week after developer beta 6 landed. Of […]

Mobile Apps

Android 9 Pie Review: Google’s OS Gets Smarter

August 10, 2018

Via: Tom's Guide

Android has always been about control, offering myriad ways for users to tailor their smartphone experience to their preference, even in granular ways. But that approach often flew in the face of simplicity and ease-of-operation for newcomers, and it’s given […]

Operating systems, Windows

How to disable fast startup in Windows 10

August 10, 2018

Via: PC Advisor

Fast Startup is a feature that allows your PC to boot up rapidly which is particularly useful for computers that are still using a mechanical hard drive. This feature was first implemented in Windows 8 and then carried over to […]

Development Software, Operating systems, Software Category, Windows

Microsoft is working on InPrivate Desktop to protect Windows 10 from iffy apps

August 10, 2018

Via: The Inquirer

MICROSOFT IS planning a ‘sandbox’ for apps you don’t trust in a forthcoming edition of Windows 10. First spotted by Bleeping Computer, the InPrivate Desktop feature would allow you to try anything that you’re not sure about in a way […]

Development Software, Software Category

Data is the lifeblood of AI, but how do you collect it?

August 8, 2018

Via: InfoWorld

When it comes to artificial intelligence (AI), there is no such thing as data overload. In fact, it’s quite the opposite—the more data, the better. Because AI systems have the ability to process enormous amounts of data, and their accuracy […]

MAC OS, Operating systems, Windows

macOS Mojave’s updated Migration Assistant will make switching from Windows easier than ever

August 6, 2018

Via: TechSpot

If you’ve been looking to make the switch from Windows to macOS for some time, but you’ve held off because of Apple’s less-than-ideal data migration utility, there’s good news now. As reported by 9to5Mac, the next release of Apple’s macOS […]

Operating systems, Software Security, Windows

Microsoft brings Windows Hello support to the Edge browser

August 1, 2018

Via: The Inquirer

MICROSOFT EDGE, the browser named after what a cockney calls the shrub fence around their garden, has announced that it has, once again, done something that its rivals were doing already. On Tuesday, Microsoft announced that it was adding the […]

Mobile Apps

Leaked benchmarks reveal a Galaxy Note 9 that would crush the iPhone X

July 16, 2018

Via: BGR

We’re just days away from Samsung’s next Unpacked event in NYC where the Galaxy Note 9 will be unveiled. As has become the norm in recent years, the upcoming phone has already leaked extensively in the months leading up to […]