Eye tracking? Dual 8K displays? A controller the size of a thimble? It’s not as crazy as you think, according to reports.
Dorsey shared the news in a tweet, of course.
After the deadly Jan. 6 attack, and a vote by some politicians not to certify the 2020 election results, tech giants are rethinking their political contributions.
Amazon pushed for an in-person vote and wanted to appeal a decision that OK’d a by-mail process. But the National Labor Relations Board wasn’t having it.
CEO Satya Nadella and President Brad Smith see better ways to rein in big tech.
A backlash movement against the messaging app is partly rooted in a distrust of its parent company, Facebook.
In today’s top stories, Amazon announces plans to put AI cameras in its delivery vans. Meanwhile, Google Fit’s new features bring breathing and heart-rate tracking using your Android phone’s existing hardware.
From declining sales to shuttered stores, the underlying value of this company is still questionable, and stock gains…
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