Also known as the spinning thing atop self-driving cars, lidar is the technology that could unlock autonomy for everybody.
Under the terms of the deal, RadioShack stores and participating dealers will market and advertise nationwide rate plans for cellular services beginning in November, the company said.
That might sound like a niche operation. But at the moment, this kind of subscription service is all the rage. Everyone from Birch Box and Dollar Shave Club to Blue Apron is giving it a go. It’s an old idea made new by the internet, and many see it as a better way to bring retail to the world, to make it more automatic while still giving people what they want. Cratejoy, which officially launched its service this month, aims to make life easier for this growing group of businesses.
Aside from a place to plug in a lightning cable, there are no ports on the iPhone X. By contrast, the Galaxy S8 offers a headphone jack (because people still like using wired headphones) and a tray for a MicroSD card. The latter allows consumers to buy a device with less storage and expand it if necessary. Of course, Samsung is one of the companies that manufactures MicroSD cards, so it only makes sense that it offers S8 users the option to use one.
The hacker, whose March 15 attack was traced to an IP address in Iran, compromised a partner account at the respected certificate authority Comodo Group, which he used to request eight SSL certificates for six domains: mail.google.com, www.google.com, login.yahoo.com, login.skype.com, addons.mozilla.org and login.live.com.
Reporters Without Borders, a Paris-based group that acts as a watchdog for press freedom worldwide, has criticized her arrest.
There are lots of free online art tools, and lots of free online physics simulations. There are very few online tools that combine the two ideas, and fewer still that do it as well as Kinetic Sketch.
General Mills has a “DJ Tool” for kids at its reesespuffs.com site. Kids can share the site with a friend, asking for both their e-mail address and name, as well as their friend’s e-mail and name.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini signed a letter, dated Tuesday, to the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation that supported legislation to “ensure the internet remains open and neutral.” The other co-signers were the CEOs of Google, eBay, Amazon, Microsoft, Yahoo and IAC/InterActiveCorp.
We’re not saying Facebook is evil. Quite the opposite, Facebook is awesome, it does what it does better than anything else out there. The problem is that it does it on its terms, not your terms, not my terms.
RBN offers customer support, has partners and subsidiaries, and sells various tiers of service. “If I were engaged in cybercrime, I would totally use them,” says the analyst.