The open-source nature of Android means that you can run the mobile operating system on just about anything if you've got the know-how. Case in point: a YouTube user named Josh Max has managed to get it running on his Texas Instruments TI-Nspire CX.
President Obama’s appearance on WTF With Marc Maron was as big a deal, podcast-wise, as you’d expect. Posted online early Monday morning, the podcast was downloaded 735,063 times in its first 24 hours online, and more than 900,000 times in the first 36 hours.
Meredith Talusan: It was Thursday, May 29, 2014, a month after I publicly disclosed myself as a transgender woman in an article for The American Prospect, after being away from the community for more than a decade. I didn’t expect to spend that morning on Facebook trying to convince a trans woman I had never met not to commit suicide.
To thwart and extract hacks from anti-virus software companies, the spy agencies reverse engineered software, intercepted email and spied on web traffic. Kaspersky Lab was a major target. The result was potentially a gold mine of exploits.
As Uber expands around the world, the rideshare service has found tough opponents in city governments, taxi drivers and even its own employees, who have faulted the company for deregulating an industry protected by strict laws.
If you were a radio nerd in the 1940s, this was your dream set. Built by Kluge Electronics in Los Angeles, the California Kilowatt could not only send and receive messages, but it came with all the bells and whistles — including built-in speakers and an illuminated map of the world, all housed in a sleek fold-down desk.
Well, this is scary. The head of artificial intelligence at Facebook now says the social network’s experimental facial recognition technology is so advanced that it can read other clues in photos to recognize individuals. In other words, Facebook’s technology no longer needs to see your face to know you’re you.
We’ve been imagining a future of ubiquitous videophones for over a century. And today it’s considered no big deal that we’re able to make video calls with devices that we carry around in our pockets. But it took a while to get to that point. One reason? It was incredibly expensive.
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