Lo and behold! A new wave of technology is preparing to crash down upon the unsuspecting consumer. Chatbots are surging towards our conversations at breakneck speed! Read More
It seems as though every device manufacturer in the world wants to connect its products to the internet, from mattresses and washing machines to toasters and juicers. There’s so much data out there that is just sitting around waiting to be analyzed. The amount of this kind of data that exists will only go up, and the capacity to transmit it is slowly becoming available from companies… Read More
Après avoir croisé un iPhone 6s avec un Apple ][ et proposé une déclinaison en marbre du MacBook Pro, les équipes de Colorware ont entrepris de relooker un iMac 5k dernier cri en utilisant les codes en vigueur dans les années 90.L'"iMac Retro", fabriqué en 25 exemplaires seulement, est ainsi équipé d'une coque beige, à l'instar des premiers ordinat...
Tesla makes some great cars but it still has to deal with production and delivery related issues. Praise was heaped on the company when it unveiled its truly mass-market Model 3 all-electric car
recently but many are wondering if the company will be able to start production and deliveries on time. It appears that Tesla may have once again been too optimistic about the production deadline.
During the company’s earnings call yesterday, CEO Elon Musk set
a production deadline of July 1st, 2017 for the Model 3, but later admitted that it would be “impossible” for the company to meet that deadline due to supply issues.
Musk said that nevertheless, it was important to set the date even if Tesla is unable to fully develop the supply chain for Model 3 in time. He did mention that this new car has been designed to be less complicated to mass production than the Model S and the Model X, which Tesla recently admitted is being delayed because of its own fault
The CEO predicted that if production is able to start next year, Tesla is looking at an initial production of 100,000 to 200,000 units of the Model 3 in 2017. That’s not nearly enough to meet orders which have crossed well over 400,000 now
. Tesla aims to start producing 500,000 cars a year by 2018.
Musk also hinted that Tesla could establish factories in Europe and China to simplify global shipping while pointing out that this will only be done after production has been maximized at its Fremont factory.
Musk Says It’s ‘Impossible’ For Tesla To Meet Model 3 Production Deadline
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While Siri now lives on the phones of hundreds of millions of Apple users, just a few people are responsible for helping get the now ubiquitous assistant off the ground.
One of those people is Dag Kittlaus, co-founder and CEO of Siri and now co-founder and CEO of Viv, a new platform-based AI product. Read More
If you are looking to purchase a new Samsung smartphone and don’t mind using T-Mobile as a cellular provider then you might want to check out this deal. T-Mobile customers can get $150 rebate on some of Samsung’s best smartphones like the Galaxy S6 Edge and the Galaxy Note 5. These are last year’s flagship smartphones so discounting them is a great way to clear the inventory. Rebate is not available on the Galaxy S7
and the Galaxy S7 Edge.
Starting May 4th and through June 14th, customers can get a $150 rebate when they purchase a Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+ or Galaxy Note 5 from T-Mobile with a qualifying postpaid service.
Once the phone is purchased customers need to fill out
a rebate form and provide an image of their receipt as confirmation of purchase. When all of the information has been submitted they will have to wait from four to six weeks to receive the $150 rebate check.
If rocking the latest flagship doesn’t concern you then you should opt for any of these devices as they’re bonafide flagship smartphones with specifications to rival the best to them. They’re merely a year old and are much better than most of the mid-range smartphones on sale today. Take advantage of this deal if one of these phones appeals to you.
T-Mobile Customers Can Get $150 Rebate On Some Of Samsung’s Best Phones
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There’s been an explosion of niche, over-the-top video streaming services in recent months, as consumers cut the cord with traditional pay TV in favor of videos they can watch at any time on any device. Today, yet another over-the-top service is making its debut – this one from Time, Inc. which is introducing the blandly titled “People/Entertainment Weekly Network.”… Read More
Read here: Persona 5 Japanese Release Date, Trailer, E3 Presence Confirmed
The “Take Tokyo Tower” Persona 5 live stream, which we previously discussed, is now over. It brought with it several exciting pieces of news, including the Persona 5 release date for Japan. Persona 5 will be available on September 15 in Japan. A fantastic new trailer accompanied the news, as well. Let’s check it out. […]
Les requins affamés de Future Games of London sont de retour cette semaine dans l'App Store, avec la sortie d'un sixième titre édité cette fois par Ubisoft.Hungry Shark World - Announcement trailer par mac4everHungry Shark World reprend le gameplay qui a fait le succès des premiers opus, et consiste donc à diriger un requin pour dévorer un maximum ...
The team who brought you gifyoutube.com is back. Having been part of gifs.com for a while, their new tool still lets you convert many video formats into gifs but adds a host of functions to your gif-making needs like: blur, stickers, hue changes and more. We covered the first version of this a few years ago when they were using a special URL to intercept and convert youtube videos.… Read More
If you’re in the market for a mid-range Android-powered tablet you might want to consider this deal we’ve spotted on the Samsung Galaxy Tab
E 9.6. This tablet is normally sold for $249.99 but if you hurry and get one before they run out of stock, you can get it for $199.99 from Amazon. This is the 16GB Wi-Fi only version and it’s available in black.
The Galaxy Tab E was launched last year
. It comes with a 9.6-inch TFT LCD display with 1280×800 pixel resolution. It also has a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, 1.5GB RAM, microSD card support and a 5,000mAh battery. Since it’s an old tablet it comes with Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box but you’ll likely get an update to Lollipop.
Google has just updated Google Sheets and Google Slides. The mobile Android apps now allow more productivity, making them ideal for work on-the-go. On the Google Sheets mobile app, drawing and image functionality has been improved so the sheets won't be messed up while Google Slides app now allows audience to submit questions during a presentation for better participation and engagement.
Updates on Google Sheets are only minor but they are very much appreciated. Usual problems while using the app involve images or drawings not being shown or rendered in frozen cells. That's quite a challenge because nobody wants to miss some images or illustrations especially since we're talking about numbers, figures, or data. Expect the app to work more smoothly now than ever.
As for the Google Slides app, the Slides Q&A feature has been added to allow the audience or participants to give feedback or ask questions directly. This eliminates the process of having to write down the questions or asking them to the presenter. This works not only on desktop/notebook computers but also on Android and iOS devices.
The Slides Q&A can be used if a person has comment or edit access to a presentation so make sure you set the access or privacy settings to allow others to send their questions.
Download Google Slides
and Google Sheets
from the Google Play Store
SOURCE: Google Apps Updates (1
Satoshi Nakamoto, 2016 edition, might not be Craig Wright after all. Just a couple of days after claiming that he was the creator of bitcoin, the Australian entrepreneur updated his website with a note that says that he won’t share the proof that he’s Satoshi Nakamoto. Read More
Humanyze, a company that helps businesses better understand how their employees spend their days at work, today announced that it has raised a $4 million Series A round led by Romulus Capital. The company, which was spun out of the MIT Media Lab in 2010, provides businesses with a high-tech employee badge that includes a microphone, accelerometer and bluetooth connection that then allows them… Read More
Netflix propose aujourd'hui une mise à jour de son application iOS, qui passe en version 8.4.0 et gagne plusieurs nouveautés pratiques.L'app prend désormais en charge les capteurs 3D Touch des iPhone 6s et 6s Plus, et se dote pour l'occasion d'un menu d'actions rapides qui se déroule après un appui sur son icône. L'interface de l'application s'adap...
Samsung unveiled a Family Hub smart refrigerator with a giant touchscreen infotainment system
during CES 2016. Users can not only keep a tab on their grocery stock, but also stream music using the company’s most high-end refrigerator. The company has now announced that it is now on sale in the US.
The Family Hub smart refrigerator
is now on sale through home appliance stores across the US. The stainless steel model with a standard depth costs a whopping $5600 while the black stainless steel model with counter depth costs at $6000. As opposed to a run-of-the-mill $1000 refrigerator, the Family Hub smart fridge can be a menu planner, a media streaming device, a weather forecast information system, or a smart calendar. On top of that, it comes with three cameras that keep a snapshot of your grocery inside the refrigerator and send those images to a smartphone.
When users are running low on grocery, they can order it through MasterCard’s new Groceries app using the refrigerator’s 21.5-inch touchscreen system. Apart from coming integrated with Pandora, TuneIn, AllRecipes, Sticki, and Instacart, the smart refrigerator can mirror the company’s Smart TV or become a whiteboard. The company recently released a TV commercial for its Family Hub refrigerator featuring conversations between veggies and chocolate syrup
As Hadoop becomes the primary data repository in enterprises, EMC is clearly looking for ways to stay relevant in those environments.