Ukrainian engineers are scrambling to keep cell phones working

Kyiv, Ukraine – with Ukraine In an effort to keep lines of communication open during the war, an army of engineers has mobilized from the country’s phone companies to help the public and policymakers stay connected during frequent Russian missile and drone strikes. Often invisible and unknown in peacetime, engineers often work around the clock … Read more

Idealab founder Bill Gross sold solar kits in 1973

Idealab and Heliogen founder Bill Gross speaks onstage during Vox Media’s 2022 Conference on September 08, 2022 in Beverly Hills, Calif. Jerrod Harris | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images Bill Gross He is best known for establishing a technology incubator Idealab In 1996, after setting up a few companies in the software, educational technology, … Read more

Apple restricted AirDrop in China before widespread protests broke out

Clarification: quartz Anti-government protests erupted in several Chinese cities and on university campuses over the weekend. But the country’s most widespread display of public dissent in decades will have to manage without an important communication tool, because Apple restricted its use in China earlier this month. AirDrop, the file-sharing feature on iPhones and other Apple … Read more

The biggest risks of using fitness trackers to monitor health

Fitness trackers, which help monitor sleep quality, heart rate, and other biological metrics, are a popular way to help Americans improve their health and well-being. There are many types of trackers on the market, including those from well-known brands like Apple, Fitbit, Garmin, and Oura. While these devices are becoming increasingly popular—and have legitimate uses—consumers … Read more

Trapview: Could an AI-powered insect trap solve a $220 billion pest problem?

London CNN Business – Pests destroy 40% of the world’s crops each year $220 billion in economic losses, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Trapview is harnessing the power of artificial intelligence to help tackle the problem. The Slovenian company has developed a device that catches and identifies pests, … Read more

For mobile data groups, the product business manager is ‘looking forward to the needle’

Ari Kaplan recently spoke with Monica Harris, product business manager for Cellebrite, a digital intelligence software company that provides digital data collection, review, analysis, and management tools to law enforcement agencies, organizations, and service providers. Ari Kaplan: Tell us about your background and your role at Cellebrite. Monica Harris: I’ve been in electronic discovery, on … Read more

From Paphos to Zagreb: Technology helps visitors see ancient cities through a new lens

Imagine that you are traveling to a city where all the tourist offers are available in Application And in your country language. where you do not need to a line For exhibitions because installs can be invoked using your smartphone. Or where virtual reality (VR) reconstructions of historical events bring them to life Heritage Sites. … Read more

Dave Chappelle on ‘SNL’: A timeline of the controversy over his transgender jokes

CNN – Tonight Dave Chappelle will host “Saturday Night Live” For the third time – an appearance that aroused controversy even before he went on stage. The comedian has sparked growing outrage in recent years for releasing transgender jokes, and outrage increased last fall when Netflix released a Chappelle special, “the closest,” He doubled down … Read more

Guangzhou lockdown: Chinese criticize COVID-free state – language watchers apparently don’t get it

Hong Kong CNN – In many countries, swearing on the Internet about the government is very common and no one cares about it. But it is not an easy task on the heavily censored Chinese internet. This does not appear to have stopped Guangzhou residents from venting their frustration after their city – a powerful … Read more

Apple sued iPhone privacy settings after Gizmodo story

picture: LOIC VENANCE / Contributor (Getty Images) Apple is facing a class action lawsuit for allegedly collecting iPhone user data even when the company’s privacy settings promise not to. The lawsuit, which was filed Thursday in federal court in California, comes days later Exclusively reported by Gizmodo When looking at how many iPhone apps send … Read more