5 ways AWS RoboMaker is transforming the robot programming game

AWS DeepRacer Image: Amazon Amazon’s new AWS RoboMaker puts a whole workshop of robotics software tools into the AWS cloud, making it easier than ever for businesses to automate their offices, workshops, and warehouses with robots. RoboMaker includes development tools, simulation environments, and deployment tools—all your organization has to do is supply the robots. Knowing … Read more5 ways AWS RoboMaker is transforming the robot programming game

Facebook and MIT tap AI to give addresses to people without them

According to a paper published by the researchers earlier this month, the team trained a deep-learning algorithm to scan satellite images and identify pixels that contain roads. Another algorithm took those pixels and stitched them together into a network of roads which could then be analyzed and split into quadrants. Once everything is laid out, … Read moreFacebook and MIT tap AI to give addresses to people without them

 Why a Hacker Exploited Printers to Make PewDiePie Propaganda

By now, you’ve probably heard of PewDiePie, a Swedish comedian and video game commentator who has been the most followed creator on YouTube for years. But you might not be as familiar with T-Series, an almost equally popular Indian media company. For months, T-Series and PewDiePie, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, have been dueling … Read more Why a Hacker Exploited Printers to Make PewDiePie Propaganda

More Pokemon Go PvP Trainer Battle Details Revealed

After many rumors and teases, Niantic finally announced that PvP Trainer Battles are on the way to Pokemon Go. The developer hasn’t confirmed when the highly requested feature will go live, but it did share some more details about how it’ll work via Twitter. While it’s still unclear how Trainer Battles are initiated, Niantic revealed … Read moreMore Pokemon Go PvP Trainer Battle Details Revealed

Survey says teens find some benefit from social media

The center surveyed 743 teens, aged 13 to 17, between March 7th and April 10th of this year. It found that more than 80 percent of teens surveyed said social media helped them feel more connected to their friends, and more than two-thirds said social networks helped them interact with a more diverse group of … Read moreSurvey says teens find some benefit from social media

GM’s Dan Ammann to Lead Cruise, Its Self-Driving Car Effort

General Motors has given itself a deadline of 2019 to roll out a self-driving car service, a feat it would achieve though Cruise, a startup it acquired in 2016. And now Cruise has a new CEO in Dan Ammann, who is leaving his role as president of GM to take the full-time position. Founder Kyle … Read moreGM’s Dan Ammann to Lead Cruise, Its Self-Driving Car Effort

Apple Music Lands on Amazon Echo, as Apple Branches Out

In news that might help you make some sense of your fragmented, frustrating device setup, Amazon announced today that its Echo devices will support Apple Music starting December 17. It’s a small breakthrough in the streaming wars, one that should help bring some sense to your streaming strategy. And you’ve got Apple’s increasing need to … Read moreApple Music Lands on Amazon Echo, as Apple Branches Out

Some companies are considering ditching WiFi for private 5G

Mobile internet is already faster than WiFi in many countries, and the shift to 5G will ensure connections are even speedier. Low latency, flexibility, sturdier security and data-prioritization functions have also helped make 5G an attractive proposition. According to MIT Technology Review, Audi is among those considering private networks and this summer it started testing … Read moreSome companies are considering ditching WiFi for private 5G