Who knew that the combination of a person responding to car troubles by skateboarding to work, along with the beverage he consumed and the classic rock track he chose to complement a video post on TikTok would lead to a signature moment for the platform? No one could have possibly been prepared for this confluence...
You can't run iPhone apps on a Mac computer without an emulator, though that will change with a new set of Macs, coming out by the end of 2020.
Potential targets for the blank-check firm include intellectual property and "audience aggregation platforms," an SEC filing said.
Apple’s big iPhone 12 event may have four phones, but some of the most hotly-anticipated accessories – including AirPods Studio headphones and Apple’s first tracking tags – could end up MIA, new leaks suggest. The “Hi, Speed” event on October 13 is expected to cover a number of bases, with the iPhone 12 range adding 5G and ceding a little … Continue reading
(University of Birmingham) Seismic waves, commonly associated with earthquakes, have been used by scientists to develop a universal scaling law for the sense of touch. A team, led by researchers at the University of Birmingham, used Rayleigh waves to create the first scaling law for touch sensitivity. The results are published in Science Advances.
The next-generation Acura MDX will be revealed in prototype form on Oct. 14.
(DOE/Idaho National Laboratory) Idaho National Laboratory is a member of two new Department of Energy research consortia charged with exploring new methods and technologies for hydrogen production. Hydrogen can effectively store excess electricity, which can be harvested later via fuel cells.
A new report, cowritten by a workers union and an advocacy group, says that the company has limited fiber upgrades to wealthier areas.
The recall covers cars in China and parts of Europe but doesn't affect cars in the US or Canada, a Polestar spokesperson told Business Insider.
NASA has unveiled images of the first-ever craters on Mars discovered by AI. The system spotted the craters by scanning photos by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which was launched in 2005 to study the history of water on the red planet. The cluster it detected was created by several pieces of a single meteor, which had shattered into pieces while flying through the Martian sky at some point between March 2010 and May 2012. The fragments landed in a region called Noctis Fossae, a long, narrow, shallow depression on Mars. They left behind a series of craters spanning about 100 feet (30 meters) of the planet’s surface.… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: NASA
Gigantic internet radicalization operation calls time on volunteer efforts YouTube has removed the capability for netizens to add captions to videos after it said the feature was hardly ever used – and if it was, it was used to slap “spam, abuse, and low quality submissions” on web vids.…
(McGill University) Simultaneous heatwaves and droughts are becoming increasingly common in western parts of the Unites States, according to a new study led by researchers from McGill University. Periods of dry and hot weather, which can make wildfires more likely, are becoming larger, more intense, and more frequent because of climate change.
Software giant is 'investigating', infosec gurus reckon it looks legit The source code for Windows XP and other elderly Microsoft operating systems appears to have leaked online as the mega-corp's Ignite developer shindig came to an end.…
It looks like those who missed out on the first run of pre-orders will get a second chance.