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The US Army begins deploying FLIR Black Hornet nano-drones measuring 6.6 inches in diameter, weighing less than 33 grams, and providing HD photos and live video footage to soldiers

FLIR The US military aims to equip almost all of its ground combat units with tiny drones capable of spying on other forces in the sky. The awarded $ 39.6 million contract has enriched the coffers of FLIR Systems, an… Continue Reading →

Archiving: Amazon Names Rosalind Brewer, Chief Operating Officer and Director of Starbucks Board, on Whiteboard, Making It Second Black Director and First since 2009

Jessica Guynn UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 6:49 pm EST on February 4, 2019 Corrections and Clarifications: Rosalind Brewer is the second black director to sit on the board of directors. SAN FRANCISCO –… Continue Reading →

Black spots force Vic firms to suspend parts of the Telstra radio network

The Victorian State Fire Authority has partially suspended the roll-out of its digital radio network in the remaining areas of the state due to coverage issues. The emergency services agency began deploying the network to its regional and rural firefighters… Continue Reading →

The black hole plasma jets shine like cosmic lighthouses in these gorgeous images

A new computer model captures the twist lines of plasma jets that escape the edges of a black hole. Here, a relativistic plasma simulation says collisionless shows the density of positrons, or antimatter partners to electrons, near a rotating black… Continue Reading →

How black, long underrated and neglected technology-rich women are now collecting millions of dollars in venture capital and forcing Silicon Valley to pay attention

Jessica Guynn UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 8:59 pm EST January 24, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO – At the beginning of Zume Pizza, visitors to Julia Collins' robotic meal preparation company in Silicon Valley sometimes greeted her… Continue Reading →

Start-ups of black women begin to change Silicon Valley

Jessica Guynn USA TODAY Published 2:33 PM EST January 24, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO – In the early days of Zume Pizza, visitors to Julia Collins' robotic food pre-factory in Silicon Valley sometimes greeted her at the door and said, "Can… Continue Reading →

Thanks to The Dark Knight, the black panther has just made the history of the Oscars

Black Panther marked history with the announcement of the 2019 Oscar nominees on Tuesday, becoming the first superhero movie to be nominated in the Best Film category. It's also the very first nomination for best film for Marvel Studios. Black… Continue Reading →

Black holes of 13 billion years discovered

Doyle Rice UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 4:46 pm EST on January 23, 2019 It took 13 billion years, but the light of the first black holes in the universe finally reaches our telescopes. And now… Continue Reading →

Facial recognition struggles to interpret the emotions of black faces

Facial recognition technology has progressed to the point of interpreting emotions in facial expressions. This type of analysis is increasingly used in everyday life. For example, companies can use facial recognition software to facilitate hiring decisions. Other programs analyze the… Continue Reading →

Black & Decker sits in the smart home with a Wi-Fi router and an innovative home care assistant

Whether the Black & Decker brand evokes images of power tools or appliances such as the Dustbuster, you probably will not think about it in the context of the smart home. It could soon change. The company is developing two… Continue Reading →

This huge black hole turns at half the speed of light

The illustration of this artist shows the area around a supermassive black hole after a star got too close and was torn apart. Some star remains are drawn into an X-ray shiny disc where they encircle the black hole before… Continue Reading →

The cow that explodes in space could be the first birth of a black hole ever seen

Do not have a cow, man. Last June, an incredibly bright supernova called "The Cow" swept the sky, hovering over the Earth for several weeks. While the cow aroused great enthusiasm among astronomers, who learned that it had traveled 200… Continue Reading →

Netflix sued by publishers of Choosing his own adventure on Black Mirror: Bandersnatch

The publisher of the Choose your own adventure series of books continues Netflix on its interactive content Black mirror episode Bandersnatch. Chooseco filed a lawsuit against Netflix today in a Vermont court, accusing Netflix of deliberately undermining the "Choose Your… Continue Reading →

Rainy spiders? Brazil sky covered with black dots during the 'strange' phenomenon & # 39;

Parts of a cloudy sky in southeastern Brazil are painted with tiny black dots – and no, it has nothing to do with birds. The residents of Minas Gerais, inland, have recently seen thousands of "rain spiders". The eight-legged creatures… Continue Reading →

NASA telescope sees black hole shrink after devouring a star

NASA / Goddard Space Flight Center / CI Laboratory About 10,000 light-years from Earth, a black hole is engaged in a stellar feast, devouring the gases of a nearby star – and we observe it. The black stellar mass hole,… Continue Reading →

‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’: All the Easter Eggs in Every Timeline and the Tuckersoft Website

Read More:‘Black Mirror’ Easter Eggs: How All the Episodes Connect in Charlie Brooker’s Dark Universe “Bandersnatch” might be the ultimate Easter egg delivery episode yet. Not only are there plenty of references throughout, but diehard fans figured out that one… Continue Reading →

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch: A Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Review

It’s another installment of Black Mirror that raises questions about technology, free will, and the impact of innovation on mental health. It’s also an installment of Black Mirror unlike anything else in the series, or on most of Netflix, for… Continue Reading →

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