Amazon announced updates to Alexa’s Video Skills API, which will soon allow users of TiVo, DirectTV, DISH, and Verizon television services to record their favorite shows using their voice on an Alexa-enabled device so a user will be able to… Read More ›
Day: April 1, 2018
Mobile advertising offers marketers a wealth of opportunities, but transparency is still causing a headache for the digital marketing industry. Read more at Adweek.
Under Armour announced about 150 million accounts on the popular health app MyFitnessPal were hacked. Read more at CNN.
Our eyes are hardening; we can barely see our phones anymore. We must learn to look at the wider world. Read more at Wired.
MoviePass is going to start playing favorites. The company just announced a partnership to offer a set of exclusive perks through Landmark Theatres, the indie theater chain co-owned by Mark Cuban. Read more at TechCrunch.
In a new twist aimed at customer service, Walmart has filed a patent for drones to aid shoppers in stores. Read more at MediaPost.
The Federal Communications Commission is expected to unveil a proposal Tuesday aimed at blocking Chinese-made wireless equipment from being installed in America’s next-generation data networks. Read more at The Washington Post.
A new technology—virtual embodiment—challenges our understanding of who and what we are. Read more at The New Yorker.
In November 2016, around seven hours after Abdul Razak Ali Artan had mowed down a group of people in his car, gone on a stabbing spree with a butcher’s knife and been shot dead by a police officer on the… Read More ›