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T-Mobile Black Friday deals are live: Free iPhones, LG and Samsung Galaxy phones
Remember, you'll need to trade in an eligible device in "good condition" to get these deals. Eligible devices vary, but range from the iPhone 6S or later,Galaxy S6or later,Google PixelandMoto Z2 Play. You can checkT-Mobile's Magenta Friday pagefor the full list.
AEye raises $40 million for sensor that merges camera and lidar data
With some analysts predicting as many as 10 million self-driving cars will hit the road by 2030, it's no wonder that the lidar market is projected to be worth $1.8 million in just five years. Lidar - sensors that measure the distance to target objects by illuminating them with laser light and measur
How Amazon's deal with Apple puts the hurt on small sellers
The new iPhone XR, which Amazon will start selling directly soon. CNET About five years ago, Page Weil needed to make some extra cash to support his wife going to nursing school and help pay for costly surgery she needed. He turned to Amazon's marketplace for help. He started listing used electroni
Tim Cook defends using Google as primary search engine on Apple devices
Enlarge/Apple CEO Tim Cook looks on as the new iPhone X goes on sale at an Apple Store on November 3, 2017 in Palo Alto, California.Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Apple reportedly cuts both iPhone XR and XS orders | Cult of Mac
The problem seems to mainly be affecting Apple’s suppliers, however. An anonymous source tells theWSJ, “Growth fixes a lot of sins. When it slows, rocks start to show up in the bottom of the ocean.” They also claim that, “doing business with Apple is very risky as it often reverses what it has promi
Huawei said to have completed 5G folding phone ahead of MWC 2019 launch
Huawei has reportedly completed the development of a 5G compatible foldable phone.ETNewsreports that Huawei has shown the phone to high ranking officials at carriers in Korea, one of whom told the publication the phone was a finished product, not a prototype.
Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 with notch display leaked online
Taiwanese smartphone maker Asus is scheduled to launch its latest budget device, the Zenfone Max Pro M2 in Indonesia on December 11 and ahead of the date, a render of the device has been leaked online, revealing the design of the device.
You Know What? Go Ahead and Use the Hotel Wi-Fi
As you travelthis holiday season, bouncing from airport to airplane to hotel, you’ll likely find yourself facing a familiar quandary: Do I really trust thisrandom public Wi-Fi network? As recently as a couple of years ago, the answer was almost certainly a resounding no. But in the year of our lord
Technology in tourism inevitable
Addressing the opening of an expo on the use of drones in tourism at the Arthur Chung Convention Centre, Hughes, according to the Department of Public Information (DPI) said the partnership between the tourism industry and technology has long been a “foregone conclusion.”
Women , Technology , and the Future of Work
The way we work is changing at an unprecedented rate. Digitalization, artificial intelligence, and machine learning are eliminating many jobs involving low and middle-skill routine tasks through automation.
Honeywell Aerospace introduces new technology to reduce runway collisions
Developed under the Single European Sky Air Traffic Management Research program with program partners Airbus, Dassault and Eurocontrol, the software-based Surface Indications and Alert System (SURF IA) gives pilots visual and audio warnings about approaching hazards on the runway. In Europe, runway
Free event designed to spark interest in science , technology
PETERSBURG, Va. (AP) — Virginia State University is offering is offering a new event for children designed to spark interest in science, technology, engineering, agriculture and math.
Faculty Senate discusses new technology , job outsourcing
Faculty Senate discussed new technologies, doctoral and master students, and job outsourcing at the Nov. 14 meeting.
De Pere police use technology to identify people
Police in De Pere are using technology to help identify people when they try to give officers false information.The department is using a device called a Fast ID. It scans fingerprints and searches for matches from a database.Officer Jedd Bradley says police sometimes have trouble getting straight a
Princeton Identity Creates New Technology for Targeted Advertisements
Princeton Identity, a company that develops iris scanning devices (U.S. 1, November 2, 2016), has been granted three new patents for its iris recognition technology by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office including a novel use for the technology: targeted advertisements.
Technology After the Great War
Today marks the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, which brought the Great War to an end. The Great War, of course, would later come to be known as the First World War because an even greater war would follow within twenty years.
Manufacturing Technology Centre eyes NASA partnership
The MTC is one of the founding partners of North American standards agency ASTM International's Manufacturing Centre of Excellence in Manufacturing, alongside EWI, Auburn University and NASA. The MTC and NASA are also in discussions on other technologies including robotic processing, high-temperatur
Samsung 's New Patent Facial Recognition Technology
According to thepatent report, Samsung’s granted patent / invention covers a biometric camera system for a mobile device that includes a near infrared (NIR) light source on the mobile device that flashes a user of the mobile device with near infrared light during image capture; a biometric camera lo
Operation Convergent Response delivers technology in action for first responders
PERRY, Ga., Nov. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hundreds of first responders and industry partners gathered last week for Operation Convergent Response 2018 (#OCR2018), an immersive learning experience for first responders that shows them how emerging technology can be used to help them save lives. Ev
New FIA crash assessment technology makes F1 debut
The basic premise is being able to send data to race control without using radio, and feeding back video, which is in its early stages.