New York’s Museum of Modern Art is under siege. Well, a virtual siege, at least. A group of renegade artists has co-opted the brightly-lit Jackson Pollock gallery on the museum’s fifth floor, turning it into their personal augmented reality playground. Read… Read More ›
The Facebook data appropriation by Cambridge Analytica is just the tip of the iceberg, according to cybersecurity experts. In fact, our data is being culled from a variety of sources and our ability to stop it is essentially impossible. Did… Read More ›
Exposure to the kind of blue light emitted by outdoor LEDs, smartphones and tablets may increase your risk of breast or prostate cancer, a new study suggests. Read more at CNN.
The country’s biggest seller of police body cameras convened a corporate board devoted to the ethics and expansion of artificial intelligence, a major new step toward offering controversial facial-recognition technology to police forces nationwide. Read more at The Washington Post.
Snapchat introduced a new type of augmented-reality-enhanced interactive lens, Snappables, calling them the first shared AR experiences on the messaging application. Read more at Adweek.
FreeUP Mobile is aiming at the price-sensitive segment of the prepaid market by offering subscribers a way to reduce or eliminate their monthly bills via ads and other rewards. Read more at FierceWireless.
Verizon Communications Inc.’s wireless subscriber rolls surged last quarter, but it was thanks to smartwatches and other wearables — not the phones and tablets that were once its mainstay. Read more at Bloomberg.
Domino’s Pizza is adding artificial intelligence to pizza ordering by way of a voice-recognition application that can take telephone orders. Read more at MediaPost.
U.S. mobile phone users are slowly reducing their reliance on Wi-Fi as carriers continue to ramp up their unlimited data offerings. Read more at Venture Beat.
Most consumers have not tried augmented reality on their smartphone, but those who have tend to use it frequently. Read more at MediaPost.