Home / Technology (page 99)

Technology

Tesla faces unbending hurdles with Model 3

International Reaction

Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk has come one step closer to realizing his long-held dream of bringing affordable, zero-pollution vehicles to a world’s highways. After months of secrecy, he denounced a antecedent for his designed $35,000 Model 3 battery electric ...

Read More »

Microsoft puts Windows Phone on hold

International Reaction

Well, now we know why Microsoft’s Windows Phone didn’t appear during Microsoft’s Build keynote on Wednesday: it simply isn’t on Microsoft’s radar shade during a moment. The question, of course, is either it will ever be again. “We’re going to ...

Read More »

Affordable Model 3 Is Tesla’s Biggest Test Yet

International Reaction

Tesla Motors built a repute creation sporty, voluptuous and really costly electric cars. It’s staking a destiny on something some-more affordable. Tesla skeleton to betray a Model 3 electric automobile Thursday night during a Los Angeles pattern studio. At a ...

Read More »

Facebook Safety Check glitch sent out misdirected notifications following Pakistan blast

International Reaction

Facebook has apologized for a glitch in a Safety Check use that sent out misdirected notifications after a Easter Sunday bombing that killed 70 people in Lahore, Pakistan. Designed for times of disaster or crisis, Safety Check lets users in ...

Read More »

The Oculus Rift Is Here, though Virtual Reality Is Still Rough Around a Edges

International Reaction

To save articles or get newsletters, alerts or recommendations – all free. Don’t have an comment yet?Create an comment » Subscribed by iTunes and need an NYTimes.com account?Learn some-more » Need to bond your Home Delivery subscription to NYTimes.com?Link your ...

Read More »

Microsoft HoloLens delivers ‘Star Wars’ holographic summary we’ve been watchful for

Microsoft’s HoloLens has delivered some flattering cold imagery in new months, though many are still wondering what unsentimental use they’d have for a device on a daily basis. Microsoft competence have usually answered that doubt by display off a HoloLens-powered ...

Read More »

Microsoft’s AI Tay offends and goes offline; Deepdrumpf AI snarks

Artificial Intelligence is wily stuff. When it works right, it does extraordinary things like thrash a World Champion Go player by winning 4 games to one in a $1 million tournament. When it goes wrong, well, that’s a whole opposite ...

Read More »

AppleInsider podcast talks iPad Pro, iPhone SE, True Tone arrangement and more

  By Lester Victor Marks Friday, Mar 25, 2016, 05:29 am PT (08:29 am ET) This week on a Appleinsider podcast, Victor and Shane plead a iPad Pro, iPhone SE, Apple’s servers, a embedded Apple SIM, and a FBI’s probable ...

Read More »

Netflix: We’re a ones throttling video speeds on AT&T and Verizon

Enlarge Image Netflix says it has been negligence video speeds on Verizon and ATT for 5 years. Netflix If we watch Netflix on Verizon or ATT, a streaming video use is gripping we from removing a full design — and ...

Read More »

Microsoft’s teenage AI shows we know zero about millennials

Microsoft has a new synthetic comprehension bot, named Taylor, that tries to reason conversations on Twitter, Kik, and GroupMe. And she makes me feel terribly aged and out of touch. Tay, as she calls herself, is a chatbot that’s targeted during ...

Read More »