As cord-cutting becomes more popular, TV networks have responded by bringing their popular cable channels to the internet. That means you no longer need expensive satellite or cable TV service to watch local news, sports, and your favorite shows. But with all this competition comes more confusion. Between Sling TV, YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, and others, cord-cutters have a lot to think about. Each service has its own quirks and caveats, and their channel lineups are constantly in flux. We...
Google is adding Dark Mode support to its Google Search apps for iOS and Android, with the new feature to begin rolling out tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time. Google says that it wants to give search app users more options to customize their Search experience, and when Dark Mode is enabled on Android 10 and iOS 13, the Search app will be displayed in Dark Mode. The same goes for Light Mode, with the feature following the overall system settings. Dark Mode can also be...
Samsung has launched its latest product today that sees its QLED Smart TV series expand outside. The new Terrace 4K outdoor TV comes with an IP55 dust and water resistance rating, a bright enough screen to enjoy content even in direct sunlight as well as Apple TV, iTunes, Apple Music, and AirPlay 2 integration. Samsung
Hollywood will be using a germ-zapping robot that can kill 99.9% of the coronavirus. Meanwhile, a new study has shown that COVID-19 can block human genes, making it easier for the virus to multiply.
PM set to shrink Chinese firm’s involvement to zero by 2023 after caving to backbench pressure
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Just a small-scale pilot for now.
In 1999, CNET's Wendy Walsh sat down with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, then aged 35, to talk about his biggest worries, the future of Amazon and what he thought of being called a modern-day Thomas Edison.
One of the biggest perks with buying a Tesla is access to its international network of fast-chargers, also known as the Supercharger network. Though it’s a little less sweet than it used to be as Tesla has removed free Supercharger access for new Model S and X customers. The update came earlier today along with news that Tesla is lowering the prices of its Model X and S, Reuters reports. All things considered, it’s probably not such bad news for potential new Tesla customers, but Supercharger...
In a newly published preprint study, researchers propose a "fairer" product recommendation algorithm that's ostensibly less biased against certain shoppers.
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To say it has been a tumultuous past week in the United States would be quite the understatement. The death of George Floyd and the blatant racism projected at Christian Cooper sparked outrage that unleashed pent-up frustration surrounding centuries of the mistreatment and abuse of Black lives in this country. Some courageous brands stepped up
Welcome to 🏳️🌈TNW Pride 2020!🏳️🌈 All throughout June we’ll highlight articles that focus on representation for LGBTQPIA+ people in the STEM communities. Let me start this off right. I am transgender. I am a trans woman in tech. And I am an opportunity that you don’t want to miss. I’ve been working in tech for 10+ years now – ever since I started selling MySpace design and automation as a teenager. I’ve worked with some of Australia’s biggest technology companies and startups, collectively...
The market for robotic process automation (RPA) has been in hyper growth for a while now, but rational, pragmatic advice is needed for organizations to succeed with RPA. Here are some important considerations to keep in mind, whether you are starting out or looking to scale your RPA program.
Millions of debit cards with Economic Impact Payments are on the way.
Self-driving cars, long touted by developers as a way to eliminate road deaths, could likely only prevent a third of all U.S. road crashes, an analysis of traffic accidents released on Thursday has found.
Right artwork via Palestinian-American artist Shirien Damra
Self-driving cars are theoretically ideal for safety. Take human limitations out of the mix and no one gets hurt, right? Not necessarily. A new IIHS study (via Autoblog) suggests that completely switching to autonomous technology would only prevent a
It's the fourth recall to fix a hood latch that could see the hood pop open while driving.
Danish researchers have developed a fully automated robot that can take coronavirus swabs so that health care professionals are not exposed to the risk of infection.