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CTRL-labs raises an additional $ 28 million for its cuff and SDK that translate impulses from the brain to the muscles of the hand into digital signals for gesture control

On the software side, the SDK provided is "more mature", with built-in JavaScript and TypeScript toolchains and new pre-built demonstrations that give insight into hardware capabilities. Programming takes place primarily via WebSockets, which provides a full-duplex communication channel. "We are… Continue Reading →

Lyft launches Shared Saver, a ride option that it says is "the most affordable", allowing riders to control prices even at rush hours in Denver and San Jose

Lyft announced today what it said was its "most affordable" driving option: Shared Saver. Starting this week in some cities – Denver, Colorado and San Jose, California for now, with others to follow – motorcyclists can keep prices down even… Continue Reading →

Amazon will one day be able to control your house: does it suit you?

Jefferson Graham UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Published at 15:56 EST on 19 February 2019 Amazon recently acquired another startup, the maker of the beloved technological product Eero, a mesh router that improves Wi-Fi dead spots at home…. Continue Reading →

A researcher discovers a remote exploit in Xiaomi's popular M365 scooter, used by Bird, Lime and others, allowing a hacker to install malware via Bluetooth and take control

The electric scooter fleets that have flooded the cities are alarming enough. Let's add cybersecurity issues to the list: Zimperium mobile security company researchers warn Xiaomi's M365 scooter model of a worrying bug. The flaw could allow an attacker to… Continue Reading →

Naspers takes full control of the Russian classifieds site Avito in $ 1.16 billion

The South African Internet conglomerate Naspers is best known for the support of the Chinese tech giant Tencent, but it also operates an extensive network of online advertisements. That network has become slightly bigger after Naspers took over full control… Continue Reading →

How the air traffic control system works and fails

On Friday, January 25, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) staged a stopover at LaGuardia Airport (LGA) in New York. In other words, if you are trying to go or come back from LGA: Forget it. Also: Government's decision: TLS certificates… Continue Reading →

€ 50 million fine imposed on Google by the CNIL, data control authority, under the GDPR, for lack of transparency, inadequate information and lack of valid consent regarding the personalization of ads

The CNIL, the French data protection supervisory body, has released its first $ 57 million GDPR fine (50 million euros). The regulator claims that Google failed to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) when new Android users set… Continue Reading →

Quicken Deluxe 2019: Control your money

Quicken is still the king of personal finance software, but in recent years has attracted a legion of challengers to his throne. Just take a look at our personal finance software guide to see how tough the competition is. Perhaps… Continue Reading →

Tim Cook calls on Congress to enact privacy legislation and the FTC to create a "data exchange center," allowing users to track and control their data.

In 2019, it is time to defend the right to privacy – yours, mine, ours. Consumers should not have to tolerate for an additional year companies that irresponsibly accumulate huge user profiles, seemingly out of control data breaches and the… Continue Reading →

Pandora launches a custom voice wizard on iOS and Android that will provide personalized search results and allow users to control music playback.

Pandora today announced the launch of its own in-app voice assistant that you can call at any time by saying "Hey Pandora", followed by a request to play music or to podcasts you want to listen to. This feature will… Continue Reading →

How Mastercard improves fraud detection through identity control

Online credit card fraud is a major concern for businesses, consumers and sellers. Mastercard is one of the largest brands in the field of payment cards. It quietly strives to apply the technology it has named Mastercard Identity Check to… Continue Reading →

Razer will allow you to control the light effects of your PC gaming console with the help of Alexa

Razer has always relied on the game stereotype of bright and conspicuous LED lights and other customizable neon aesthetics for PC gaming. It will now allow you to verbally control these lights using Alexa from Amazon. Today at CES, Razer… Continue Reading →

Eufy RoboVac 30C test: a reliable cleaner gets control of applications and smart home integration

You do not meet déjà vu. Eufy's latest RoboVac 30C product line looks so familiar because it has a design almost identical to the Eufy RoboVac 11 and Eufy RoboVac 30. In fact, it's essentially RoboVac 30 with the addition… Continue Reading →

Lutron adds control of fans to its intelligent lighting system during CES 2019

Lutron Caseta switches Is there something in a house that will not be smart finally? This week we saw smart toilets, robot kitchens and about a decade of video bells before CES 2019. Therefore, the news that Lutron Electronics will… Continue Reading →

Doctors want to use smartphone apps to control depression in teens

Experts point to youth depression and rising suicide rates among smartphones. However, these same devices could also be used to alleviate adolescent mental health crises. (Pixabay) The increase in suicide rate and depression among American teens and young adults has… Continue Reading →

Google sensor allows you to control your phone with the hand gesture

A Google sensor that allows users to control their smartphone using hand gestures has received the green light from the regulators. Alphabet is currently developing a radar-based motion detection device known as the Project Soli that it wants to integrate… Continue Reading →

Google sensor allows you to control your phone with the hand gesture

A Google sensor that allows users to control their smartphone using hand gestures has received the green light from the regulators. Alphabet is currently developing a radar-based motion detection device known as the Project Soli that it wants to integrate… Continue Reading →

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