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- IBM built a handheld counterfeit goods detectorJust a month after IBM announced it's leveraging the blockchain to guarantee the provenance of diamonds, the company has revealed new AI-based technology that aims to tackle the issue of counterfeiting -- a problem that costs $1.2 trillion globally....
- HTC rejoins the dual camera fray with the U12+There's no better Android underdog than HTC. Long before Samsung cemented itself as the high-end Android leader, HTC was pumping out innovative devices like the One X and One S in 2012. It followed up with the flagship One (M7), which featured a...
- IBM built a handheld counterfeit goods detector
- Few Rules Govern Police Use of Facial-Recognition TechnologyGroups call for Amazon to stop selling facial-recognition tech to police departments after documents reveal the practice.
- How the LAPD Uses Data to Predict CrimeThe Los Angeles Police Department is using "predictive policing" to prevent crime, but this innovative approach has its problems.
- Few Rules Govern Police Use of Facial-Recognition Technology
- Apple Supplier TSMC Begins Production on Processors Destined for 2018 iPhonesApple supplier TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) has started production on the next-generation 7-nanometer A12 chips that will be used in the 2018 iPhone lineup, reports Bloomberg. TSMC in late April announced that its 7-nanometer process node has entered into high volume manufacturing, but did not specify that it was working on the Apple A12 […]
- FBI 'Grossly Inflated' Statistics on Investigations Stymied by Encrypted SmartphonesThe United States Federal Bureau of Investigation provided Congress with "grossly inflated" statistics on the number of electronic devices it has been been unable to access due to encryption, reports The Washington Post. Last year, the FBI claimed to have been locked out of close to 7,800 devices that were connected to crimes, but the […]
- Apple Supplier TSMC Begins Production on Processors Destined for 2018 iPhones