Dunkin' Brands Group has held early talks about being acquired by Inspire Brands, which owns Arby's, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Jimmy John's.
The storied Special Boat Service took control of the Nave Andromeda by fast-roping from helicopters after the crew sounded a distress call.
As you drive down the road leading to Jodrell Bank Observatory, a sign asks visitors to turn off their mobile phones, stating that the Lovell telescope is so powerful it could detect a phone signal on Mars. Radio telescopes are designed to be incredibly sensitive. To quote the legendary astronomer Carl Sagan, “The total amount of energy from outside the solar system ever received by all the radio telescopes on the planet Earth is less than the energy of a single snowflake striking the ground.” The total energy now is probably a few snowflakes’ worth, but nevertheless it is still… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: NASA,Nokia
The majority of football fans will never attend a match. Clubs must embrace emerging technologies if they are to cater to the modern, global fan.
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The dating game may never be the same again, that’s right: the iPhone 12 Pro can measure people’s height. One of the new features on Apple’s most recent premium handset was the introduction of a LiDAR sensor. If you’re uncertain of what this is, we put together a rather handy explainer here, but basically, LiDAR is like a light version of sonar. The lens fires out beams and then tracks how long they take to return. This allows the computer to understand and map the space, as it can accurately measure the shape and distance between things. And that, friends, is how… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: iPhone
The OnePlus N10 5G has four rear cameras and is powered by a Snapdragon 690. | Image: OnePlus
OnePlus has announced a pair of new phones for its midrange Nord lineup — the N10 5G and N100. Both sit below the existing £379/€399 OnePlus Nord in terms of specs and price. The N10 5G starts at £329 in the UK and €349 in Germany (around $412) and is powered by a Snapdragon 690, while the N100 starts at £179 and €199 (around $235) in the same countries and is powered by a Snapdragon 460.
Unlike the original Nord, which was only released in Europe and parts of Asia, OnePlus says the N10 5G and N100 will eventually launch in North America. The company has confirmed that both phones will be available there “at a later date,” following their European release. OnePlus says the N100 will arrive in the UK on November 10th, with the N10 5G...
Next comes all the joy and laughter of the standards process The Internet Engineering Task Force has set November 16th, 2020, as the final date for comment on Quick UDP Internet Connections, the would-be TCP-killer that Google and Cloudflare have offered up as part of HTTP/3.…
Collector is leaking regolith, sparking swift stash plan We’ve all been there: you go on holiday, find lots of fabulous stuff and when the time comes to return home, your suitcase just won’t close.…
A TechNode reporter takes on 30 million Singles Day livestreaming shoppers in a race to buy discount hand cream from the Lipstick King.
To keep Campbell's ads relevant, Meredith created new artificial intelligence technology to track hyper-contextual data.
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Eater's making a play for more national scale consumer revenue with the launch of its new wine club.
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by Adam Singolda, founder and CEO, Taboola While the term AI can be found in virtually every investor’s deck and every company’s page on the web, it’s actually quite rare to witness real artificial intelligence at work — because it’s a very complicated thing to do. There is a world of difference between machine learning […]
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(New York University) Kids with wildly popular YouTube channels are frequently promoting unhealthy food and drinks in their videos, warn researchers at NYU School of Global Public Health and NYU Grossman School of Medicine in a new study published in the journal Pediatrics.
Many join the superyacht industry with dreams of getting paid to travel. But at the core of the industry may be an endless cycle of abuse.