Uber Is Working On A Vertical-Takeoff Aircraft Sep27

Uber Is Working On A...

By Kelsey D. Atherton Aviation Might settle on autonomous helicopters instead Uber is interested in vertical takeoff and landing aircraft…...

Self-Driving Chairs Are Coming Sep27

Self-Driving Chairs ...

By Xavier Harding Technology Nissan’s ProPILOT chair will make waiting in line autonomous Nissan wants to make your wait in line much easier…...

Google is teasing Cardboard news in a few days Sep27

Google is teasing Ca...

By Napier Lopez Google’s October 4event is shaping up to be a veritable marathon of announcements: Two new Pixel phones, a new laptop and OS, new Chromecasts, Google Home, a new router and maybe a new tablet too. But there’s at least one bit of news that might be coming before...

Google unleashes deep learning tech on language with Neural Machine Translation Sep27

Google unleashes dee...

By Devin Coldewey Translating from one language to another is hard, and creating a system that does it automatically is a major challenge, partly because there’s just so many words, phrases, and rules to deal with. Fortunately, neural networks eat big, complicated data sets for...

How to Create a Phot...

By Mohammad Jeprie What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to add a simple photo effect using actions in Adobe Photoshop. First, we’ll edit the background and then place the object into a set of shapes. Each step will be recorded into actions which can...

Meet The Mavic, DJI's New Foldable Drone Sep27

Meet The Mavic, DJI'...

By Kelsey D. Atherton Aviation Compact camera, carried conspiciously Mavis is a folding camera drone....

If Europa Has Ice Plumes, Maybe They Work Like Earth’s Volcanoes Sep27

If Europa Has Ice Pl...

By Erik Klemetti Advertisement. Slide: 1 / of 2 . Caption: A composite image of Europa, showing potential ice plumes on the southern (bottom) limb of the moon. Taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.NASA Slide: 2 / of 2 . Caption: Ice plumes (left) and an enhanced image emphasizing fissure...

The trail of post-de...

” With no La Niña to help cool Earth’s fever, last month shattered the mark for warmest August on record Last night’s climate claim was just one of many going back years. Others include falsehoods on energy, China and climate change, and drought in California. Donald Trump,...

Google's Official Phone May Have Better Software Than Your Samsung Galaxy Sep27

Google's Official Ph...

By Xavier Harding Gadgets The Google Pixel and new Android additions could be revealed on October 4 The famed search company may finally be releasing an official Google-branded phone…...

Nissan reveals its own autonomous driving technology — a self-driving chair Sep27

Nissan reveals its o...

By Bryan Clark Nissan’s ProPILOT technology could one day power a fleet of self-driving cars. Today, it’s powering a chair. The self-propelling chair detects surrounding chairs and moves patrons through lines in a predefined path. It’s probably not the most exciting use of...

Occipital launches $500 dev kit to turn your iPhone into a room-scale tracked VR headset Sep27

Occipital launches $...

By Lucas Matney For iOS or Mac users interested in VR, there isn’t a lot you can do right now without migrating to the dark sides of Android or Windows. Occipital is aiming to get people on the iOS platform access to some more cool VR opportunities. Today, the company opened up a $500...

IBM releases DataWorks to give enterprise data a home and a brain Sep27

IBM releases DataWor...

By John Mannes While the gears of research are turning fast developing new methods of machine intelligence, another, perhaps more impactful, trend is brewing in the field. Open source frameworks like Apache Spark are hitting their stride at the ideal time to put data analytics in the hands of...

Watch A Sneak Peek Of SpaceX's Interplanetary Transport System Sep27

Watch A Sneak Peek O...

By Mary Beth Griggs Space With a terraforming bonus thrown in Elon Musk is heading for Mars....

Honeywell’s new HomeKit and Alexa compatible smart thermostat runs $149 Sep27

Honeywell’s new Home...

By Brian Heater Honeywell’s been doing its thing for well over a century now, with its thermostatic roots stretching back even further to the 19th century days of coal heating. The company’s connected thermostat history, meanwhile dates roughly back to 2013, with the simply named...