Google Glass arguably always only made sense as an enterprise-focused product, but now it’s officially back and customized for those applications, with Glass Enterprise Edition (EE). Read more at TechCrunch.
Day: July 23, 2017
Apple filed a patent for a more discreet way to contact 911 using fingerprint technology. Read more at USA Today.
A single smartphone has put Alexa on par with its native competitors. Just say “Alexa” to the HTC U11 flagship, and it’ll appear. It’s a small step, which needs some refinement. But it’s one that Amazon needed to take, before the voice… Read More ›
If you drive for a living, you’re likely worried about what self-driving technology will do to your livelihood, and for good reason. But if you’re a “can’t-beat-’em-join’-em” type, and figure you might as well make a few bucks helping ease the inevitable into… Read More ›
Some have despaired that emojis are the harbingers of the end of the written word. But experts say that far from destroying language, emoji are enhancing people’s ability to fully express themselves as text-based communication increasingly replaces face-to-face interaction. Read… Read More ›
Next-generation tech like self-driving cars and augmented reality will need huge amounts of computing power. AT&T detailed its plan to use “edge computing” and 5G to move data processing to the cloud, in order to better support these new technologies…. Read More ›
Amazon is likely working on a standalone messaging app called Anytime that would be available across smartphones, smart watches, tables and PCs. Read more at Marketing Dive.
Newspapers are resorting to some desperate measures. The latest is a bid from the leading newspaper industry trade group, the News Media Alliance, to get special permission from Congress for its roughly 2,000 member companies to negotiate with Facebook and… Read More ›