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- OnePlus ain’t interested in virtual reality or wearablesOnePlus, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, has no plans to invest heavily into smartwatches or virtual reality in the near future. Co-founder Carl Pei made it clear that while it has worked on devices for both markets in the past, it does not want to become a competitor. Instead, the focus is back onto the single... […]
- Why are moral decisions so important for self-driving cars?Self-driving cars are in the news again, after several surveys were released showing how people would want their computer-controlled car to react in a situation where it has to decide whether to save the driver or pedestrians. Most survey results suggested the driver would want to limit the amount of casualties, though we have seen sometimes... […]
- OnePlus ain’t interested in virtual reality or wearables
- Further Zika studies increase the chances of a vaccineThe hopes for a Zika vaccine are seemingly getting stronger by the day. To start, Harvard researchers have successfully tested two vaccine candidates in mice -- reportedly the first instance of such a treatment working in an animal. One of them rel...
- 'Batman: Return to Arkham' delayed indefinitelyThe cheery news that Batman: Arkham Knight players get a weird new costume has been overshadowed by an update that Batman: Return to Arkham, a remastered collection of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, would be delayed. A post by a WB st...
- Further Zika studies increase the chances of a vaccine
- Benghazi Report Shows the Internet Is Killing ObjectivityAs it becomes easier for anyone to build their own audience online, it becomes harder for those audience members to separate fact from fiction. The post Benghazi Report Shows the Internet Is Killing Objectivity appeared first on WIRED.
- Uh Oh: Google Expands Its Ad Tracking. But, Yay: It’s Opt-InGoogle's got a new privacy setting, and it leaves the choice in your hands. The post Uh Oh: Google Expands Its Ad Tracking. But, Yay: It’s Opt-In appeared first on WIRED.
- Benghazi Report Shows the Internet Is Killing Objectivity
- Apple Modeling Apple Music Exclusive Content After ‘MTV in its 80s and 90s Heyday’Apple has consistently been securing exclusive content, like Drake's latest album "Views", Taylor Swift's "The 1989 World Tour" concert film and music videos from The Weeknd and Eminem. In a new feature from Rolling Stone, Larry Jackson, Apple Music's head of original content, said the goal of securing that exclusive content is to put the […]
- iPhone 7 Again Rumored to Have Flush, Touch-Sensitive Home ButtonApple may be planning to introduce a Force Touch home button on the iPhone 7, according to analysts at Cowen and Company (via Business Insider). Citing supply chain "field checks," Cowen and Company predicts the iPhone 7 will do away with a physical home button, instead adopting a home button that sits flush with the […]
- Apple Modeling Apple Music Exclusive Content After ‘MTV in its 80s and 90s Heyday’