Thursday, February 23, 2017

Nvidia says Volvo is first customer for new autonomous drive computer

CALIFORNIA: Nvidia Corp. unveiled a new, lunchbox-size super-computer for self-driving cars and said Volvo Car Group will be the new device's first customer. Volvo, of Sweden, is owned by China's Geely

IBM veteran Steven Mills retires

NEW YORK: International Business Machines Corp said on Monday Steven Mills, executive vice president, software and systems, decided to retire on Dec. 31, after a career spanning more than four decades. Mills,

Europe to build Moon town by 2030 in bid to discover alien life

PARIS: A MANNED base on the moon should become reality by 2030, according to the European Space Agency. ESA chiefs say the planned “Moon Village”, which would be built by 3D printers, could help

Planning for 2016: Zuckerberg wants to build an Artificially Intelligent Butler

CALIFORNIA:  Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has on Sunday unveiled in his 2016 plans that he wants to build an artificially intelligent assistant to help run his home and assist him at work,

Drones Will Control Air Traffic Systems By 2019

CALIFORNIA:  Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) “Focus Area Pathfinders” initiative, designed to explore the next steps in unmanned aircraft operations

Political gaffes and Twitter will once again be preserved on Politwoops

    CALIFORNIA: Twitter has announced that political gaffes and Twitter will once again be preserved on the website Politwoops.   Twitter that has blocked API access for Politwoops

Latest iPhone leak confirms Apple’s newest technology

NEW YORK: There have been a number of discussion in recent weeks over the next-generation of screen technology that Apple will use in a new iPhone. Apple continues to use LCD screens for its smartphones,

WhatsApp users still facing service disruption

CALIFORNIA: WhatsApp, a messaging service owned by Facebook Inc, said some users were still facing issues while accessing its messaging service.   The problems were primarily centered in the

SpaceX booster to be tested at historic KSC pad

CALIFORNIA: Several days after its historic Dec. 21 landing at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket booster moved into the shelter of the company’s new hangar near Kennedy Space


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