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Hospital robots are gaining ground, but the user experience is insufficient

Telemedicine is becoming widespread and coincides with the rise of conversational artificial intelligence (AI) tailored to health care. More than 71% of healthcare providers now have robots for good reason: studies show that hospitals could save more than $ 100… Continue Reading →

X2 Games, founder of Atari, Nolan Bushnell, announces the planned launch of 6 new voice-centric games focused on Alexa in 2019, the first of which will arrive in March

Nolan Bushnell, CEO of X2 Games. Ry Crist / CNET "Alexa, put on my shoes." An awesome old man on stage at the Alexa Chattanooga, Tennessee conference smiles as the sole of his shoes begins to glow. Later, he asks… Continue Reading →

Google buys Fossil Smartwatch technology for $ 40 million

Rumors about a pixel watch abound for years. Such a device would certainly make sense since Google is trying to prove the viability of its portable operating system, Wear OS, in trouble. It seems like society is finally starting to… Continue Reading →

Who is MacKenzie Bezos?

"I would say that the main theme of the book is the idea that the things that worry us the most in life, the things we feel trapped in, the mistakes we made, the misfortune we encountered, the accidents that… Continue Reading →

Leave the charger behind: the wireless headphones will have an epic life for their battery in 2019

Rich Shibley / Digital Trends Even as we comfortably explore the 21st century, recharging wireless headphones – whether finding the cable, finding the time, or just remembering to do it in the first place – is a struggle for everyone… Continue Reading →

Microsoft Pledges $ 500 Million to Tackle Housing Crisis in Seattle: $ 475 Million for Three-Year Real Estate Loans and $ 25 Million for Resident Services

Engagement is the most important of the last 44 years of society. Microsoft and other technology giants, who spurred the region's economic boom, are facing increasing pressure to help ease the shortage of affordable housing. Benefiting from a radical balance… Continue Reading →

How Google plans to reinvent the user interface

When the late Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, introduced the iPhone 12 years ago, he also introduced to many people the concept of multitouch user interface. He stressed the interest of using "the pointing device with which we are all born":… Continue Reading →

App Annie: WhatsApp is now the most popular application of Facebook

WhatsApp's $ 19 billion bet on Facebook in 2014, while the email app had 450 million active users, is really starting to pay off. According to industry estimates, WhatsApp has surpassed the popularity of Facebook's famous brand application in recent… Continue Reading →

Alation, which indexes the databases of a company to create a data search catalog, raises $ 50 million in Series C, under the direction of Sapphire Ventures

Alation, a start-up that helps explore a company's databases to build a data search catalog, today announced a $ 50 million investment in Series C. The round was led by Sapphire Ventures and Salesforce Ventures. Existing investors Costanoa Ventures, Data… Continue Reading →

Jack Dorsey has no idea what he wants

A conversation with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey can be incredibly disorienting. Not because he is particularly intelligent or stimulating, but because he seems to be. He takes long breaks before speaking. He frowns, preparing you for a thoughtful response from… Continue Reading →

Why Does Quantum-Resistant Encryption Need Quantum Key Distribution for Real Security?

The idea underlying the use of quantum computers to break encryption is that the encryption keys used by the current encryption methods depend on a secret key used to encrypt and decrypt the protected information. These keys are long, random,… Continue Reading →

MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro

Riley Young / Digital Trends As Apple has just launched a new MacBook Air, you may be wondering how it compares to that of the Apple MacBook Pro base model. Although they both share Retina displays and similar keyboards, and… Continue Reading →

Ryan Cairns, a former engineer at Google AR / VR, is hiring Facebook to head Portal, while the current portal manager, Rafa Camargo, turns to the latest hardware for AR / VR

Facebook gives the entire Google AR / VR team the role of technical manager to tackle the portal hardware. Ryan Cairns joined Google after 12 years with Google, where he was most recently the Technical Manager for a team of… Continue Reading →

Huawei employee sent back to Poland arrested on charges of spying

BEIJING – Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei fired an employee arrested in Poland for spying for the Chinese government, saying in a late statement Saturday that the worker had "discredited" the company. Huawei said the actions alleged against the employee, Wang… Continue Reading →

Check Point finds a loophole that could allow hackers to break into Fortnite user accounts

Check Point said its researchers had discovered vulnerabilities in the popular Fortnite online game. The security software company has informed the manufacturer of Fortnite Epic Games, which has corrected the flaw, which could have allowed hackers to secretly intercept the… Continue Reading →

Amazon Web Services Announces AWS Backup, a Fully Managed Centralized Service for Customers to Back Up Their Data Through AWS and Onsite Services

The centralized backup service allows customers to automate backups of their data more easily and cheaply while meeting business and regulatory requirements. State Street Corporation, Smile Brands and Rackspace among businesses using AWS Backup SEATTLE – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Jan…. Continue Reading →

Apple CEO Tim Cook calls for a new privacy law with the right to delete your data

Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday called on the US Congress to pass a new comprehensive federal privacy law that would give every American access to personal data collected about them by technology companies and the public. possibility to delete… Continue Reading →

German submarine of the First World War discovered in northern France

More than a century after sinking into the sands of a beach in northern France, a German submarine from the First World War was unearthed. The UC-16 was stranded on the shores of Wissant, France, in July 1917, because of… Continue Reading →

Tyto Care, an on-demand telehealth company, adds Sanford Health, Itochu and Shenzhen Capital Group as strategic investors

Tyto Care, a telehealth company that allows physicians to conduct remote examinations on demand, today announced that it has added $ 9 million to its Series C, bringing the total to $ 33.5 million. The new funding comes from strategic… Continue Reading →

The database "Collection No. 1", which claims to contain records of about 773 M unique e-mail addresses and 21 million passwords, some of which have been chopped, is displayed on the Web.

There are violations, there are megabreaches, and there is Equifax. However, a newly revealed treasure of disclosed data surpasses them all for their volume: 772,904,991 unique email addresses, over 21 million unique passwords, all recently posted on a hacking forum…. Continue Reading →

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